We are very excited to welcome you to Didsbury High School, a brand new secondary school opening in September 2019*, and a member of the Laurus Trust family.
Our sister school, Cheadle Hulme High School, is an outstanding and hugely oversubscribed academy with a reputation for the relentless pursuit of excellence and a determination to ensure that every child succeeds. Didsbury High School will embed the same vision and values through our partnership and aim to deliver the same outstanding education.
This is a unique opportunity for your child to be one of the first cohorts to secure a place at Didsbury High School, with the prospect of going on to study at the school’s Sixth Form.
Our website is designed to give you a taste of what is coming and to keep you up-to-date on our progress as we prepare for our doors to open in September 2019*.
Please follow this link to register your interest and to find out how to apply for a place. Registering your interest will ensure that you are kept informed of up and coming open events and any other important admissions information.
*Preferred opening date, subject to funding agreement. Planning permission has been granted for the school to be built.
Didsbury High School news
BAM, the contractor building our new school, has started on site. Exciting times! They have provided the attached newsletter which will be delivered to local residents in the vicinity of the site to keep them informed of the work being undertaken. It also provides...read more
We are delighted to announce that at Manchester City Council's Planning and Highways Committee meeting yesterday Didsbury High School was given the green light. This means that thanks to all the community support we have received, the hard work of the design &...read more
Please follow the link below to see the design proposals for our new school in Didsbury. These proposals will be displayed on boards at our information events on Thursday 23rd November at the Siemens building (5.30-7.30pm) and Thursday 30th November at The Albert...read more