Mr TTR Lockhart was Cheadle Hulme School’s longest serving Headmaster from 1922-1954. During the First World War he had been a captain in the Royal Engineers and was attached as a Scientific Instructor to both American and Italian armies.
He was aged only 32 when he then took up the position of Headmaster at Cheadle Hulme School, arriving with his wife and son George. He earned great respect and the admiration of many during his time at the school. He knew all his pupils and staff, even recalling the names of all 342 pupils from 1931 in his retirement!
Under his 32 year leadership at CHS, the school became well known for its academic successes as well as its growth in numbers of day scholars.