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
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Our year UKS2 key worker group have been enjoying designing and creating their own pinch pots. We look forward to seeing the finished products. Such beautiful designs. https://t.co/Q5TQ0pPCNG
Meet Christopher, the newest addition to St Christopher's Academy. He's yet to receive his uniform https://t.co/Wzp3jI4J1B
Thank you to our lovely neighbour in Linden Road, for purchasing 3 new Kindle Fire tablets which will help our pupils with their learning. Your kindness and generosity is much appreciated. https://t.co/1MKfjjKBN2
As you have seen we are on a FareShare mission. To help us to store more food to feed more families we are on the look of for a fridge and a freezer. Please let us know if you or anyone you know has one they no longer need.
So excited FareShare our first food pick up. Thank you Tesco (2825) we have some very grateful families in need of this. Can't wait for our next collection. If anyone needs any help contact Mrs Lay, the school office or you're child's class teacher. We're all in this together. We're hoping to expand this support to our local area soon.
St Christophers Academy