Our children are renowned for being independent thinkers who are aware of the world around them."
Discover St. Christopher's School
We are a small co-educational pre-preparatory school for children aged between 2½ to 7 years. Founded in 1938, we occupy a large residential house in Epsom. Our school was established as a charitable trust in 1965 and is administered by a board of eight amazing governors, many of who are parents of our former pupils.
We aim to create a happy and purposeful environment that provides every child with a broad and challenging education within our caring and secure family context. We promote mutual respect and understanding, co-operation and tolerance of others and place a strong emphasis on high standards of manners and good behaviour.
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The latest news at St Christopher's
9th July 2017
The sun shone brightly as the whole School enjoyed a day of competitive sport at its very best. Following the success of the Nursery Sports Day held in the morning, Reception, Years One and Two headed out with banners and flags waving to the annual Chariots of Fire theme.View full post
3rd July 2017
Reception had a wonderful morning exploring Space and Light inside the Dome and then finishing with a mesmerising Bubble show out of the dome. We began by looking at Planet Earth before moving to outer space with the sun, moon, nebula (space clouds) and stars.View full post
15th June 2017
To complement our Class Topic; `Round and Round we go` together with our Science Topic about `Materials’, the children in Year 1 were visited and totally inspired by the potter Claire Waterhouse. The children were fascinated to see how the potter`s wheel worked and were amazed at the wonderful creations she made .View full post
21st June 2017
On Monday Year 2 set off to Stoneleigh on the train to visit a Hindu Temple. We believe that it is essential to teach our young children about tolerance and understanding and in an age when we read about some grown-ups who struggle to remember kindness and empathy it is more important than ever to educate the young.View full post