The 13-year-old was killed after being run over by an 'unattended car'.
The incident happened on Fowey Close, off St Austell Drive in Macclesfield, shortly before 9pm last night.
Police investigating the matter confirmed no one else was involved in the incident.
Kaden attended the All Hallows Catholic College in the town.
A police spokesman said:
At 8.49pm, on Tuesday 20 September, emergency services were called to an address in Fowey Close, Macclesfield following the report of an RTC.
The incident involved an unattended car and a 13-year-old boy from Macclesfield. No one else was involved in the incident.
Paramedics attended the scene but the boy had sustained injuries which later proved to be fatal.
Investigations are ongoing to establish the exact cause of the accident.
The boy’s next of kin have been informed.
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Watch Paul Crone's report on Granada Reports at 6pm tonight.