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  • Christ The King RC Primary School

    Summer Term start on Tuesday 18th April at 8.50 am. Half Term dates are 29th May to 2nd June 

  • A welcome message from the Head of School

    On behalf of our school community I would like to warmly welcome you to our website.
    As the Head of a Catholic School, I believe that the life and teachings of Jesus Christ serve as an example to us all. At our school we:

    • Aim to educate our pupils in an atmosphere in which the love of God is shown in all aspects of school life, and in a caring and secure environment so that each pupil can discover and realise their own potential.
    • Seek to educate our pupils spiritually, morally, intellectually, physically and socially, through a broad curriculum based on Christian principles and centred on the needs and aspirations of each pupil.
    • Promote the dignity of each of our pupils who is a child of God, endowed with his/her own gifts and talents.

    My team of dedicated staff recognise that commitment to service is integral to Catholic Education. Our vision of promoting Gospel Values to prepare our pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life is shared by all members of our school community.

    I strongly believe that the success of the education process depends greatly on the strong partnership between school governors, staff, parents and carers.
    We are committed to the partnership of home, school and Parish and through all parties working together our children will be sure of success. Through this joint commitment we welcome new members to our school to grow and work in the love of Christ as we live out our mission statement ‘To grow and develop in Christ.’

    Miss Romy Hoster


    Children's Art Gallery

    Our children have been learning about African dance masks which are worn in many events and ceremonies in African villages.