Where children can develop their friendships & learn the social skills & independence that will support them as they learn & grow.
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.
Thank you for all your positivity and cooperation during our Autumn return. We know it has not been easy as we strive to keep everyone safe but the children have responded well and it has been lovely to see them all back in the building!
Pam Jones - St Christophers Academy Headteacher
Please see attached letter with an update from our CEO.Read More
Please see the attached article from Public Health England.Read More
Our breakfast and after school clubs will reopen from next week, with sports clubs the following weekRead More
Just a little note to our parents and children who are self isolating that we are preparing home learning packs and we will be delivering them to your address soon. We are here for you and will be available to support you as much as possible. Stay well.
Latest advice: If you, your child or anyone in your household has a new continuous cough or high temperature please self isolate for 14 days. Please call the school on the first day of sickness, leave a message on the absence line to advise us that you are self isolating.
If your child is absent due to a high temperature or a continuous cough please keep them at home for 7 days. Please inform us of their absence on the first day and keep us informed of their progress. Many thanks for your support.
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