Welcome to Christ Church C of E Primary School

Welcome to Christ Church C of E Primary School

Welcome to Christ Church C of E Primary School


Parents / Carers:

Agreement between School and Home – please see our Home School Agreement our Attendance information and our Policies


The school day:

7.45 – 8.45am – Shine Breakfast Club– access through Community door

8.45 - 8.55am– School day starts – access through classroom doors......

12.15-1.15pm – Lunch break

1.15-3.15pm – Afternoon session

3.15pm – School day finishes – pick up from classroom doors

3.15-4.45pm – Shine After School Club Session 1 – pick up from Community door

4.45-6.00pm – Shine After School Club Session 2 - pick up from Community door

Term dates and events: please see calendar


Christ Church School is a uniform school both for the school day and PE kit – please see the links to our uniform providers - Price & Buckland & Monkhouse

students on oval


  • Grey skirt, dress, shorts or trousers
  • White/ light blue blouse, shirt or polo shirt with school logo
  • Navy blue Christ Church jumper or cardigan with school logo
  • Dark shoes
  • White or dark socks/ tights


  • Navy blue shorts, skort or tracksuit bottoms
  • Navy blue Christ Church PE hoody
  • Navy blue Christ Church PE shirt
  • Any colour trainers
  • White socks

Our PTA also run a second hand uniform collection and sales in conjunction with a local charity shop

    School lunch:

    AIP year 6 children enjoying lunch

    Children have the option to bring in a healthy packed lunch to eat at school or book a hot or cold lunch provided by our school caterers, AiP. All school provided lunches must be pre booked (preferably weekly or termly) through our booking system – ParentPay. Children entitled to Free School Meals or Universal Infant Free School Meals (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) must still pre book a free lunch through ParentPay. The school lunch menu is on a 3 week rotation and changes twice a year.



    The school uses a number of formats in which to communicate with parents/ carers – text, email, website (letters/ newsletter) and school app SZapp (click for details to download). Where possible, communication will be electronic in format unless deemed appropriate/ necessary to send out a hard copy.

    Parent Teacher Association (PTA):

    student dress up

    The Christ Church School PTA is a Parent Teacher Association and every parent who has a child at the school automatically becomes a member.

    The PTA has two main roles:

    • to raise money to pay for additional items or experiences that the school suggests and that will enhance learning, playtimes or the school environment;
    • to organise activities and fundraisers for the children, families and staff of Christ Church School and so foster the growth of our school community.

    All parents, carers and teachers are warmly invited to participate actively in the PTA, so whether it's serving on the committee, planning activities or helping out at events, we will welcome anybody who would like to get involved. Being part of the PTA is a rewarding and fun way to contribute to, and be involved in, the school community.