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Lest we forget

We have a striking Remembrance display at the crossroads in school. A new addition this year to our regular display are the silhouettes of soldiers shown at the back of the poppies. Mr. Sellars has made these silhouettes and they have been personalised with the names of the 16 former Crompton House students who died …

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Summer School 2021

Overall the two week summer school was a huge success. The aim of our summer school programme was to deliver a 2 week summer school offering a blend of academic literacy education and enrichment activities.. All areas of the curriculum were represented with students being treated to a carousel of 12 activities which were truly …

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GCSE results success

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’ attainment being well above the national average.  27% of all results were at grades 7-9, 66% of all results were at grades 5-9 and 81% …

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Two gold medals in Tokyo Olympics for ex-Crompton House students

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 winning the omnium track cycling event.  Crompton House is proud to have two alumni students achieving excellence and hope our current students are inspired by …

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Achieving Olympic Excellence – Gold!

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 Britain in the games.  As well as Stuart,  Matt Walls is taking part in the track cycling.

Year 11 Prom

Year 11 Prom took place at The Saddleworth Hotel giving our Year 11 students the chance to celebrate the close of a very unusual school year.  The weather was beautiful, awards were given out, good food was eaten and the students took the chance to reminisce on the past five years at Crompton House, as …

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