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 9 16th January 2015

PARENT PAY:

 Click here for the link to parent pay.

LUNCH MENUS:

New winter 2014/5 menus:    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') 

Young Voices January 2015

On Wednesday 14th January a group of children from Years 4, 5 and 6 attended the Young Voices concert at the LG Arena. They had an amazing time singing and dancing to lots of different types of styles of music, from lots of different cultures. Both the children, staff and parents who came to watch, had an fantastic time. Well done to all involved.

Carol Singing at Waitrose

 

Yesterday, 18 children from Christ Church (along with a few parent volunteers), sang carols at Waitrose to bring some Christmas cheer and raise money for Christ Church. They all sang beautifully and raised £123.11. Well done to everyone who sang and thank you to everyone for their support.

Police Cadets

Over the past six weeks, 10 of our Year 6 children have been learning how to become police cadets. The children have had a brilliant time taking part in   problem solving projects and learning about initiatives used to address key issues in their communities around crime prevention and community safety. Well done to all involved.

Sewing club

There was a new after school club this term - sewing club. The children had a fantastic time, learning how to create different sewing stitches. Their final project was to make personalised badges. Don't they look wonderful?!

 Year 6 Learning Outcome

This Tuesday afternoon, Year 6 held their Learning Outcome. Parents came to
see a big range of activities that the children had created themselves to show
what they had been learning this term. We were so proud of how much effort the
children put in to the afternoon, and grateful to parents for taking time out
to come.

Year 6 Art Gallery

On Friday 21st November, Year 6 hosted an art gallery for parents so that they could see the fantastic pieces of art they had created as part of their art topic, along with the work. Look out for some of their fabulous paintings displayed around school.

Year 6 go to Kingswood

Last week Year 6 had a fun filled week on their residential at the Kingswood Centre in Staffordshire. Each day was packed with activities, some of the favourites being: quad biking, zip-wire, power climb, abseiling and laser quest. Every child challenged themselves and loved being able to experience something new and exciting! In addition to the busy days, we also enjoyed a range of evening activities, such as, campfire, movie night and mini-Olympics. We are extremely proud of all the children and the way that they represented Christ Church.

Well done Year 6, a tiring but wonderful week away!

The Year 5 'Big Question' debate

 

Today, Thursday 23rd October 2014, Year 5 held their learning outcome debate all about deforestation...is it a good thing or not? Parents were invited to see this fantastic event take place. The children used all the knowledge that they had learned this half term around their big question 'Why is Brazil in the news again?'. It was a brilliant afternoon and the amount of knowledge that they children shared was unbelievable!

 

New books in each Year group

On Friday 17th october 2014, 14 children were selected to go to H & H Spalding Books in Barton to help choose some new books for their year group. We have kindly been given money from the School Association to purchase new books and shelving. It was a real treat for all the children who went, as they could choose 100 new books for their year group to read and enjoy. We can't wait to have the books and shelving in school after half term.

ALL THE CHILDREN AT CHRIST CHURCH WOULD LIKE TO SAY A MASSIVE THANK YOU TO SCHOOL ASSOCIATION FOR GIVING US MONEY TO DO THIS.

Rugeley Power Station visit Christ Church

On Wednesday 8th October, Rugeley Power Station visited the children in Year 4.  During the morning, the children learned about how to reduce energy
consumption and all about alternative sources. The children also created a range of circuits and carried out a variety of investigations. All the children had a brilliant time and were 'buzzing' about their learning.

Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School News

  • Year 6 Think Tank Trip
    This Tuesday, 27th January 2015, Year 6 are going on a trip to the Think Tank in Birmingham. We hope that you all have an amazing time, learning lots of new things.
  • 5ST Inspire Workshop
    On Thursday 29th January, it is Mr Tilt's class Inspire Workshop from 9am-11am. This is a fantastic opportunity for parents/carers to come into school to work alongside their child and take part in their learning. We hope to see you there.
  • INSET day Friday 30th January 2015
    Just to remind you that school will be closed for the children on Friday 30th January 2015 because we have an INSET day in school.
  • Christ Church have the best menus in the UK!
    Last night our catering team went to the National Blakemore awards. They had been short-listed for best menu. We are overjoyed to tell you that we came 1st place - Christ Church has the best school menus in the UK! AMAZING NEWS.
  • Easy Fundraising - please help us to raise money!
    The School Association have found a great way to raise money for Christ Church, simply by completing any online shopping you do through a website called 'easyfundraising'. Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/christchurchsa to sign up!
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Latest School Calendar Events

Year 5ST Inspire Workshop29Jan2015

09:00 am - 11:30 am @ School Hall

5ST have their Inspire workshop today, where parents and carers are invited to come and work with their children.

INSET day30Jan2015

09:00 am - 15:15 pm @ School

School is closed for all pupils

Year 6 parents evening05Feb2015

13:30 pm - 19:00 pm @ School

Parents evening for parents with children in Year 6 will be taking place from 2pm - 6.30pm

School closes for half term13Feb2015

14:15 pm - 22 feb, 18:30 pm @ School

School closes for the half term holidays.

Back to school23Feb2015

09:00 am - 09:15 am @ School

The children are back to school after the holidays.

Calendars page(s): School Calendar >>

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Church news

 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.