Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School News

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  • E-Safety Talks
    On Monday 22nd, Y5 children and their parents were invited to an E-Safety workshop held in the hall. These presentations were extremely informative about being safe and responsible when using social media sites.
  • Keeping Fit!
    Last week we had our wonderful outside gym equipment installed. Altogether, we have six brand new pieces that will help keep us fit and healthy. The children are extremely excited and cannot wait to have a go!
  • Tea and cake
    It was great to see so many people enjoying tea and cake last Friday. Thank you to the wonderful bakers who donated delicious treats! All of the proceeds will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
  • 'I see Jazz'
    Year 5 took part in an art and music project as part of the Lichfield Arts. The children designed CDs that will form musical notes for a future piece of music.
  • Vote for our wheelbarrow!
    Mrs Wilson and some Y1 and 2 children have been working hard on their Percy the Park Keeper inspired wheelbarrow. This will be on display at Curborough Garden Centre later this month; please take the time to vote for their hard work.
  • Drayton Manor
    On Friday 5th June, Year 6 enjoyed a super day out to Drayton Manor theme park. They loved the opportunity to spend a fun day with their friends after such a hardworking year. Take a look at the photos to the left of this newsfeed.
  • Residential Fun
    Year 4 loved their fun packed week at Whitemoor Lakes and took part in many adventurous activities. Take a look at the photos to the left of this newsfeed and on our school Twitter account.
  • School Disco raises money for school
    On Thursday 21st May it was the SA discos. Lots of children attended and had great fun. The discos raised an amazing £575 for school funds. Thank you to everyone who organised and supported the event.
  • 2DD Inspire workshop
    On Thursday 11th June it was 2DD's Inspire workshop. Parents/carers came into school to work alongside their children and be 'inspired'. They were asked, 'who wants to be an explorer?'
  • Back to school
    We hope that you all had an amazing half term break and are ready for lots of learning this half term.
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