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The local area guide to living in Tean

The large village of Tean is nestled in a classic English landscape of gentle, green countryside, with expansive hills lined by low stone barriers.

Situated in the county of Staffordshire, the village is about 9 miles south-east of Stoke-on-Trent and a short drive to the southern edge of the Peak District. Split into Upper Tean and Lower Tean, the village rests along the River Tean. The area is an excellent choice for walking and cycling enthusiasts, who can enjoy the pristine views.

This breathtaking, rolling green countryside is complemented red brick buildings that line Tean’s high street. They were originally built in the 18th and 19th centuries as manufacturing mills and factories, but are now converted into flats and apartments. The village has an old tape mill, also now converted into flats, and Heath House lies just east of the village. Weddings and banquets are common at this Gothic Revival mansion, and on its beautiful estate.

Information about the local residents

Upper and Lower Tean are part of the ward of Checkley in the district of the Staffordshire Moorlands. In 2011 the ward of Checkley had a population of 5,729 and it is considered a prospering country suburb. The majority of adult inhabitants are economically active, and those who are not are mostly retired couples. Students, and adults who stay at home to look after their household and families, are the next largest group of economically inactive. The most common occupations are Professionals, Managers and Senior Officials, and the population is predominantly British. Tean is a low-crime area with living conditions better than 72-84% of the rest of England.

Nearby schools

In the Staffordshire Local Education Authority, around 77% of pupils achieve level 4 in maths, reading and writing, which is nearly on par with the national average, but in the immediate area of Tean schools perform notably higher than this.

St Thomas’ Roman Catholic Primary School and Great Wood Primary School are the closest primaries in the area, with St Thomas’ achieving 94% level 4 and 50% level 5+ and Great Wood, a fairly small school of only 85 pupils, achieving 100% level 4 and 36% level 5+.

For secondary schools, the closest choices are in Cheadle and Uttoxeter, and Denstone College. The Cheadle Academy and Blythe Bridge High School are good options for secondary through to college. Denstone performs exceptionally well in A levels, with 94% of pupils achieving at least 3 A levels. In the wider county however there are many schools to choose from that perform well. With Tean’s excellent connection links, traveling a bit further is a viable option for your child’s education.

Getting around

Road, bus and rail connections serve the village well, with connections east to Uttoxeter and Derby, and west to Stoke. Railway stations include Blythe Bridge, Uttoxeter, Derby and Stoke. Wardle Transport X50 bus and First Bus both run through the village.

Several airports are in close proximity, with Manchester and East Midlands airports about 50 minutes away, and Birmingham airport only a bit longer at 1 hour 10 minutes away.

Roads are also well-placed, as the main A50 is only a 10-minute drive away, which then has direct links to the M1 and M6. Tean itself is reached by the A522.

Local shops

The village has a surgery, several nurseries, three churches, a number of pubs and local shops. A wider range of shops is available in nearby Cheadle and Uttoxeter, including shops for clothing, home furnishings, and cycling and sports goods shops. Lovely fresh farmers’ markets are also in the area, only slightly further afield.

Close by, Stoke-on-Trent offers extensive variety and options, including the well-loved Trentham Shopping Village, a beautiful outdoor shopping area with diverse shops and cafés, and a lovely garden centre.


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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.


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