Respect - Care - Responsibility

           Relationships - Resilience - Risk Taking - Reflective - Resourceful

 

Christ Church CE (c) Primary School

At Christ Church we value ourselves, each other and the environment by showing respect, caring and taking responsibility.

 

Alongside this, we strive to:

 

 - Form strong relationships with both our peers and adults in school, looking after one another.

 - Be reflective and taking responsibility for our learning.

 - Show resilience towards any challenges that we face.

 - Take risks so that we can aspire to be the very best learners, workers and members of society.

 - Be resourceful, in challenging situations by using our problem solving skills.

 

It is through our beliefs and values that we ensure enjoyment, happiness and academic excellence.

 

Our British values also underpin our school ethos and we develop our understanding of these throughout our curriculum.

 

We are proud to be a Church School, which continues to nurture and develop our Christian ethos through links to both our Church and the Diocese.

 

 

USEFUL INFORMATION AND LINKS

 

NEWSLETTER

Click on the date to download a copy of the latest school newsletter:

Issue 29, 29th January 2016 

 

NEW ASSESSMENT

Click on the link below to download a copy of the PowerPoint that was shared at the recent meeting about the new assessment taking place in school.

New Assessment at Christ Church

PARENT PAY:

 Click here for the link to parent pay.

LUNCH MENUS:

New WINTER 2015 menus (amended slightly due to pupil voice):   

week 1              week 2            week 3

EASYFUNDRAISING:

Click here for a link to Easyfundraising - please support Christ Church so that we are able to raise lots of money for our school!

(For more information about easyfundraising, click here).

 

Take a look below at what we have been learning, inside and outside of school..!

(to see past events and pictures, please go to the gallery section under 'News and Events') 

 

Christ Church has talent!

On Wednesday 3rd February, twenty two children from Year 1 to Year 6 took part in a fantastic talent show at the Guildhall. We are so incredibly proud of all the acts that took part. We really do have a lot of talent at Christ Church. Thank you to all of those who came along and supported the event; raising money for the Mayor's charities.

  

 

Balanceability

The children in Reception have had a wonderful week improving their balance whilst taking part in balanceability. Specialist instructors have been in school for the week where they have worked with the Reception children, allowing each child to explore the balance bikes.

 

 

An interesting visitor in Year 2

Last week Year 2 had a visitor from South Africa who had some fascinating things for the children to look at!

 

 

Digital Leaders

Introducing our wonderful Digital Leaders from Year 5 and Year 6:

Many children across the two year groups completed an application form for the new role in school. Thank you to all of those who applied, it is great to see and read about how interested so many children are in Computing and leading it across Christ Church. The first mission for our Digital Leaders will be to lead a whole school worship next Monday where they will be launching Safer Internet Day. We know that they will do a brilliant job! For updates from our Digital Leaders, please visit the 'Digital Leaders' tab under 'Who's who?'

 

Baking and Writing in Year 2

Year 2 have had a very exciting week! Some of the children learnt how to bake a cake and then produced some fantastic writing about this.

   

 

 

Year 5 Inspire Workshops

Over the last two weeks both Year 5 classes have hosted their Inspire Workshops. It has been great to see so many adults from home in school. We hope you have enjoyed learning with your children for the morning.

 

 

Where is the Big Bad Wolf?

What an exciting week it has been for Year 1!
They received a video message from a policeman telling them that the Big Bad Wolf had escaped and could be in the Lichfield area. After discovering a number of clues around school, the wolf was found!
The children then questioned the wolf and found out that he really isn't that bad after all.

 

 

 

Visiting the Church

Earlier this week, Year 2 visited the Church.

 

 

Talent Show Auditions

On Friday 15th January, auditions were held in Year groups for the forthcoming 'Christ Church has talent' show at the Guildhall on February 3rd 2016.
Well done to all of those who auditioned!
We certainly have a lot of talent to be proud of at Christ Church.

 

 

 

Young Voices

On Thursday 14th January, 50 children Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 took part in Young Voices  in Birmingham. It was a fantastic show and we are extremely proud of all the children!

 

 

Learning in Year 4

Year 4 have had a great week taking part in practical measuring in maths and exploring their drama skills in literacy.

 

 

Creativity in Year 1

Year 1 have been busy being budding artists and furthering their maths learning.

 

 

Winter Walks

As part of their learning, Reception enjoyed a winter walk around the outdoor environment of school.

 

 

 

Job Success!

Year 6 enjoyed an afternoon treat of a movie and popcorn earlier this week after filling their job-o-meter!

Well done to all of Year 6 who have collected credits over the past few months.

 

A busy week for Year 3!

Year 3 have had a fantastic week! In literacy they transformed their classroom into a court room to decide if Mr Wolf was guilty of eating the Three Little Pigs. Whilst in music, they have been learning to play the glockenspiel.  

 

 

Learning in Year 6

Year 6 have explored the Ancient Greeks today by carrying out their very own archaeological dig where they looked at a number of ancient artefacts.

 

 

 

Learning in Year 4

It has been a great week for Year 4! They have explored different parts of the digestive system thinking about where food goes once we have eaten it. Also as part of their history the children created their very own cave paintings from a cave that was constructed in their classrooms!

 

 

Learning in Year 5

This week Year 5 launched their spring term Big Question: What's so special about the USA. They explored the different States by locating them on maps around school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School News

  • INSET Day
    On Friday 12th February, there is an INSET day in school for the teaching staff. This means that school will be closed on this day to all pupils. We look forward to welcoming all the children back to school on Monday 22nd February.
  • Year 6 Parents' Evening
    On Thursday 11th February Year 6 parents' evening will take place between 1.30pm and 6.30pm. We look forward to seeing Year 6 parents on this day.
  • Cross Country
    Some girls from Year 5 and Year 6 will be attending a cross country event at Whittington Primary School during the afternoon of Wednesday 10th February. Good luck to all of those involved!
  • Author visit
    On Wednesday 10th February, KS2 will have a visit from the author Harriet Goodwin. She will talk to all of the children and will then hold workshops with both Year 5 classes. We can't wait to be inspired by her books!
  • Safer Internet Day
    On Tuesday 9th February it is Safer Internet Day. Each class will spend time during this day discussing the importance of remaining safe whilst online. Our wonderful Digital Leaders will launch the day by leading their own worship about Internet safety.
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Latest School Calendar Events

Safer Internet Day09Feb2016

Author Harriet Goodwin visiting KS210Feb2016

Girls' Cross Country at Whittington Primary10Feb2016

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Year 6 Parent's evening 1.30pm - 6pm11Feb2016

1:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ School

Children break up for half term (INSET day Friday12th)11Feb2016

3:15 pm - 3:30 pm @ School

Calendars page(s): School Calendar >>

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 JAM tots

Every Wednesday from 2-3pm, during term time, the Church will be hosting sessions for babies, toddlers and pre-school children, with their grown-up.

The sessions are free of charge.

If you require more information please call:

Linda: 01543255948

Carol: 01543264000

 

Every month in Church, there is a family worship, which everyone is welcome to attend. Click on this link for more information.