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Our children are renowned for being independent thinkers who are aware of the world around them."

Annie Thackray

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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

A special visit to the Town Hall

We were delighted to head down to the Town Hall to meet the Mayor Councillor Neil Dallen and have a real life lesson in local government. The children all sat in the Council Chambers and stood as Rob the Mace Bearer and Mayor Neil Dallen entered.

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At the Car Wash…

Now that all of the cars have been fixed at  ‘The Nursery Garage’ our road area has become a car wash! It is so much fun riding the bikes and scooters through and we have some sponges to make sure they are very thoroughly cleaned too! It is important to keep a waiting list so we know whose turn it is next and this is another great opportunity for us to practise our name writing.

In phonics we are learning about rhyming words.

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Wonderful Wakehurst Place

It may be September but it felt like June as our Reception classes headed off by coach down to the beauty of Wakehurst Place. The wonderful staff at Wakehurst provided a day full of activities centred around treasure hunts and seed planting and identification.

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Show and Tell

In Year 1 we continue with our valuable Show and Tell lessons but the level of challenge goes up. The children have to prepare a sophisticated talk complete with props and then run a Q & A session.

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Investigating Italy

When you are lucky enough to be studying Italy as a topic it is essential to research the traditional food that Italians love. Accordingly Year 2 headed off to Dorking to see and experience how pizzas are made and then to visit a vineyard to see how wine is made.

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