Welcome to Didsbury High School

We are a new 11-18 secondary school which opened in September 2019. Register your interest for a future place at our brand new school.

Unashamedly academic

For state students it hasn’t always been a level playing field, until now. We are unashamedly academic with a reputation for the relentless pursuit of excellence and a determination to ensure that every child succeeds.

We are very excited to welcome you to Didsbury High School, a brand new secondary school which opened 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.

Please follow this link to find out how to apply for a place. You can also register your interest which will ensure that you are kept informed of up and coming open events.

Linda Magrath
CEO, Laurus Trust

 

David Woolley
Head of School 

Didsbury High School news

DHS selected as Chartered College of Teaching provider

DHS selected as Chartered College of Teaching provider

Didsbury High School is delighted to have been selected by the Chartered College of Teaching as one of 11 providers to support the delivery of its Chartered Teacher Programme (CTeach). The school will play an important role in supporting teachers to achieve Chartered...

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Students take part in National Poetry Day

Students take part in National Poetry Day

Didsbury High School students celebrated National Poetry Day last term. All students ignited their creativity when crafting a range of poems centred around the theme of ‘starting High School’. Students came forwards with a range of poems including acrostic, haiku,...

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