Thursday, 15 November 2018 11:12am
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ST CHRISTOPHER’S IS  A ‘GOOD’ SCHOOL (Ofsted Jan 2017) You can read our report here.

We currently have places in our Nursery – we offer funded 15 hours in 5 morning sessions per week for any child, starting in the term after their 3rd birthday. We now also offer the 30-hour nursery entitlement. Please ask at the school office for more information.

Welcome to the St Christopher’s CE Primary School website.

homesideSt Christopher’s is situated in the heart of Temple Cowley in Oxford. The school has expanded over the past few years and we now have over 420 children on roll, taught in modern classrooms surrounded by our large field and new Forest School site. We serve our multi-cultural community by providing a creative and exciting curriculum that incorporates cultural and religious diversity; within the context of Christian belief and practice. The core Christian values of Love, Courage and Belonging are at the centre of everything that we do.

We provide the children with stimulating learning experiences that will help them make progress and reach their full academic potential. The school became an Academy on February 1st 2014, with the Diocese of Oxford as its sponsor, as part of the ODST multi-academy trust.

Our school motto is “Learning & Growing Together” and this sums up our aim to ensure every single child leaves our school with the confidence and ambition to succeed.

The website can only give a flavour of our fabulous school so, if you are considering us for your child, I would be delighted to show you around and answer any questions you may have. We occasionally have places in the school for in-year admissions and will happily discuss this with you. As an Academy, we are able to process our own school admissions, so please contact the school directly (apart from Reception September admissions which are centrally allocated through Oxfordshire County Council).
Please contact the school office on 01865 779772 to arrange a convenient time for a visit.

Sheenagh Broadbent

Headteacher