Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School News

School News

The latest news stories from Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School.


News Stories

  • 6KP Inspire Workshop - Tuesday 27th September
    Mrs Packham's Year 6 class can't wait to welcome adults from home to learn with them in school on Tuesday morning. See you in the School Hall from 9.15am - 11am.
  • School Association Coffee Morning - Monday 19th September
    Our wonderful School Association will be hosting a coffee morning at 9am in the school hall. Join them for a catch up, coffee and cake and to hear how they support our school.
  • Roald Dahl Day - Tuesday 13th September
    It was fantastic to see so many wonderful costumes on Roald Dahl Day last week.
  • Meet the Teacher: Monday 12th September 3.30pm-4pm & 4.30pm-5pm
    Thank you to all of those who attended the meetings last week. Any information shared can be found on the year group page of the website.
  • A great first week!
    We are really pleased with how well the children have settled back to school. It's been a super week at Christ Church and we can't wait for what they year will bring.
  • Welcome Back
    It's the start of a brand new year at Christ Church and we can't wait to welcome you all back and of course welcome our new Reception children to their very first school year. We hope everyone has a super week!
  • Summer
    From everyone at Christ Church, we want to wish you all a lovely summer holiday. We look forward to seeing everyone back at school on Tuesday 6th September 2016.
  • Farewell Year 6
    Goodbye and good luck to our wonderful Year 6 children. We have been extremely proud of you all and know that you will continue to work hard at your new school in September.
  • Good to be Green
    We've had yet another wonderful Good to be Green worship this morning where we've celebrated all the children who have managed to stay Green this half term. Well done Christ Church!
  • Sports Day
    Thank you to everyone for their support at today's Sports Day. Our winning teams were: Mambas (KS1) and Lions (KS2). It was great to see so many of you there.
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