Christ Church is a highly inclusive, successful and thriving primary school. Our last Ofsted inspection (section 8), in January 2017, confirmed that we were still a ‘good’ school, with many elements of ‘outstanding’ practice. We are particularly proud of our children’s behaviour and attitudes which were recognised as outstanding. Our pupils demonstrate respect and care for each other and everyone around them.
Christ Church is a one-form entry primary school with approximately 230 pupils between the ages of 3 and 11. There are currently 26 full time places for children aged 3 to 4 years old in our nursery and no more than 30 children in each class from Reception to Year 6.
The school has the following awards: the Camden Award for Inclusion, Healthy Schools Bronze and Silver, the Sports Mark, Sustainable Travel and FMSIS. We are also currently working towards the Eco-School Bronze Award, ArtsMark and the Rights Respecting Schools Recognition of Commitment.
We are a Church of England school and maintain strong links with St. Mary Magdalene’s in Munster Square. Click on ‘The Church’ in the menu above for more information.
At Christ Church we are very proud of our attendance figures, averaging at around 96%, which is higher than national expectation. We know that there is a clear link between good attendance and good learning and so we have very robust systems for ensuring that our attendance remains high.
We are a uniformed school and we believe it promotes a sense of pride, community, belonging and well-being.
“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10.
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