The ethos at St Christophers is firmly built on relationships and trust and on a strong conviction that the individual lies at the heart of the school.
There is here, a tangible sense of shared values strongly held, and this is at the heart of what makes our diverse school vibrant, dynamic and distinctive.
We are not a large school and this, I feel, is our strength. We have a strong sense of community and have been described as a ‘village school within a town’ and it is this description that captures the very essence of our identity.
We strive to provide our children, not only with a first rate Primary education that prepares them well for their onward journey, but with fond lasting memories of their Primary years that will linger on.
Pam Jones - St Christophers Academy Headteacher
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What an amazing turn out for our World Book Day event this week!Read More
Year 4 are having a wonderful morning at Verulamium in St Albans today. Learning lots and bringing history to life. https://t.co/YaBzfc1X68
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We really enjoyed our time on the lake today. Another day of new experiences @PGLTravel https://t.co/LEfbyxFUjS
What a wonderful Wednesday we have had. Non stop fun all day and all evening. We will sleep well tonight @PGLTravel Liddington https://t.co/H0ZjBjKQSQ
Well done to the Year 3 and Year 4 boys who took part in the Tag Rugby competition today. They played extremely well and came 3rd out of 12 schools from the Dunstable and Houghton Regis area. Well done boys!
Don't forget the Communication course for Early Years parents is on 2-3pm Thursday 23rd March with Neila. We are looking forward to seeing you there.
Science Fair The children enjoyed exploring the different aspects of science and completing the different experiments and games. All the children were great in communicating and directing their science knowledge for the other children. We are very proud of all them. Well done!
St Christophers Academy