Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School News
The latest news stories from Christ Church C of E (C) Primary School.
- Year 3 Easter worship
Well done to Year 3 who performed their Easter worship in Church on Monday 21st March at 3.30pm.
We are all extremely proud of them all. Well done!
- Geography Week
Week beginning the 21st March was Geography week for children in Reception to Year 5. All of the children explored the Big Question: What is Geography? It was great to see what the different classes learnt about during this week.
- Chocolate Bingo - Thursday 17th March
Chocolate Bingo was a great success on Thursday evening. A huge thanks to the School Association for organising the event and to Miss Orme for being such a wonderful bingo caller! We hope you enjoyed the chocolate treats!
- Year 6 - Think Tank trip
On Tuesday 15th March, Year 6 visited the Think Tank in Birmingham as part of their learning in science. They had an exciting day visiting the different exhibitions in the museum.
- World Book Day - Thursday 3rd March
What a super Word Book Day we have had! We have seen so many creative costumes. Each class loved the opportunity to take part in a treasure hunt around school where they discovered a new, exciting book in their classroom.
- Football Match
On Monday 29th some boys from Year 5 and Year 6 took part in a football match against The Willows. All of the boys played brilliantly and Christ Church won 5-0! Well done to all of those who represented the school.
- Half Term
We hope you all enjoy the half term break! We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school on Monday 22nd February.
- Year 6 Parents' Evening
Thank you to all of the Year 6 parents that attended parents' evening last week, it was great to see so many of you there.
- Cross Country
Well done to the girls from Year 5 and Year 6 who attended a cross country event at Whittington Primary School during the afternoon of Wednesday 10th February. You made Christ Church proud!
- Author visit
On Wednesday 10th February, KS2 had a visit from the author Harriet Goodwin. She talked to all of the children and then held workshops with both Year 5 classes. We were all very inspired to read following her visit!