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Winner of the ISA Junior/Prep School of the Year 2020

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

Annie Thackray
Headteacher

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Welcome to St Christopher's School and Nursery

Sparkling creativity is a hallmark of the provision in our award winning Nursery and School for boys and girls aged between two and a half and seven. St Christopher’s is a non-denominational school with a fresh and exciting approach to learning, blending the strengths of tradition with innovation.

If you would like your child to be part of this vibrant, forward thinking school please explore our website and, better still, book a tour and see for yourself why St Christopher’s has been described as “the best possible start”!

 

Winner ISA Junior School of the Year 2020

 

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The latest news at St Christopher's

World Book Day- Bedtime Stories.

Having enjoyed World Book Day on 4th March remotely with some lovely story based activities, we saved the best until the children returned!
On Wednesday 10th we had our themed book day – Bedtime Stories- where we all came to school in pyjamas together with our favourite bedtime story. Wonderful activities were on offer including a live zoom session with Claire Freedman author of ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ amongst 120 other triumphs! The children prepared some wonderful questions for her such as ‘Are you in any of your books?’(Izzy age 6).

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Fantastic Farmyard Fun

The Nursery Topic this term is ‘Amazing Animals’. The children created some wonderful farm animals to go on display before taking to the practical challenges such as ‘Pigs in the Mud’, ‘Milking a Cow’ and ‘Shearing a Sheep’.

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Reception are ‘Going on a Bear Hunt’

Last week Reception had fun retelling the timeless story, ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ by Michael Rosen through drama and ‘Talk for Writing’. In readiness for going on a ‘Bear Hunt’ in the grounds of St Christopher’s school, the children made binoculars so that they would be able to spot any hiding bears.

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Year 1 Explorers

Year 1 have really enjoyed their topic all about exploration. Having investigated ‘Space exploration’ they have moved on to studying the life of Captain Robert Falcon Scott including his ill-fated Terra Nova expedition in 1910.

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Coding in IT

Year 2 love their IT specialist lessons and this week learnt how to programme their own Lego Robot! This lesson required precision and attention to detail in order to get the most from their robot.  Working in teams also gave our young engineers the chance to practise their collaboration skills.

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