LOVING GOD, CARING FOR EACH OTHER
AND ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
LOVING GOD, CARING FOR EACH OTHER
AND ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
LOVING GOD, CARING FOR EACH OTHER
AND ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
LOVING GOD, CARING FOR EACH OTHER
AND ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
LOVING GOD, CARING FOR EACH OTHER
AND ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
LOVING GOD, CARING FOR EACH OTHER
AND ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
October 1, 2021 | Front Page
All Crompton House students attended a Founders' Day Service at Oldham Parish Church on the 1st of October.  The ceremony celebrated the founding of the school in 1926 after Crompton House was donated to the Church of England by Miss Mary Crompton and Mrs. Anne Ormerod, on the grounds that it would become a school with a strong Christian ethos.  Thanks to Reverand Derek Parker (Vicar of Oldham), Deborah Smith (Diocesan Director of Education), the Right Reverand Mark Davies (Bishop of Middleton), Reverand Katy Cunliffe, Mr Andrew Holt and Mrs Nixon and the music team.
August 12, 2021 | Front Page
The students of Crompton House Church of England School received their GCSE results on Thursday 12th of August 2021, and it was another excellent set of grades with the students’
August 10, 2021 | Front Page
The students of Crompton House School received their A Level results on Tuesday 10th August 2021 and it was another excellent set of grades. The students achieved an impressive 100%
August 5, 2021 | Front Page
Congratulations to ex-students Matt Walls and Stuart Bithell who have both won gold medals in the Tokyo Olympic games.  Bithell struck gold in the men's 49er sailing followed by Walls
July 31, 2021 | Front Page
Congratulations to ex-student Stuart Bithell on his gold medal in the men's 49er sailing at the Tokyo Olympics.  Crompton House is proud to have two of its alumni representing Great

Headteacher's Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Crompton House School. Crompton House is an 11 -18 co-educational Church of England comprehensive school. It is school with an inclusive Christian ethos where every student is valued and treated as an individual. We set high standards and expectations and we encourage and support our students to achieve their very best. The school is situated in pleasant and spacious grounds and students benefit from a varied curriculum with access to modern facilities.

The School Prayer

Father,

We thank you for the goodly heritage into which we have entered and we pray that you will show us how to maintain and strengthen it.

Enlarge our vision, fill us with high ideals, and inspire us with love and goodwill to all people, so that we may follow in the steps of Jesus Christ, your son, our Saviour.  

Amen.

WHAT OFSTED SAYS

Pupils’ attainment in their GCSE examinations continues to be above the national average.

Pupils enjoy coming to school

They (pupils) like their teachers and work hard for them. They enjoy the wide range of extra-curricular activities that are available to them and participation is high.

Parents and carers are very positive about the school. They feel that leaders ensure that their children are safe and make good progress.

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