Welcome to Christ Church Primary School!

Christ Church CE Primary School is a one-form entry Voluntary Controlled Church of England School situated close to Birmingham City Centre.

The school has around 230 children aged from 3 to 11 years old. There are six classes and an Early Years Unit. All classes have access to additional support form Learning Support Assistants and Bilingual support.

The school has three playgrounds, a field, a computer suite and a library. There is a hall which is used for Collective Worship, dance, music, gymnastics, games, drama and school productions, as well as for school lunches.

We are a Local Authority school although as a church school we are guided by the Birmingham Diocesan Board of Education. We are closely connected with Christ Church Parish and are thrilled with our new Christ Church. Our ethos seeks to promote Christian values and morals whilst being sensitive to the range of cultures present within our school and community.

School Vision

Our vision is for everyone in our family to feel equal, valued and prepared for life in modern British society. Our children will become independent and resilient learners in an inclusive, safe environment where spiritual fulfilment and success are our priorities.
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Mission Statement

Serving God's Community

In developing a greater understanding of Christian and other faiths within the community, we seek to develop the personality and potential of all, and to understand that we are created equally by God.

We are committed to providing an outstanding education to prepare our children for adult life in modern Britain in our locality by living in harmony before God.

By developing the social, moral and cultural and spiritual dimensions of pupils he school seeks to equip them to make a positive contribution to the community.

In finding time to be still and reflect, we seek to foster spirituality and a deeper relationship with God.

The School Aims

  • To prepare each child for the opportunities and experience of life in a multi-faith society.
  • To teach that caring for each other is central to promoting understanding, respect and consideration.
  • To have happy, healthy, independent learners who realise their full potential through personalised teaching and learning in a safe and secure environment.
  • To celebrate and nurture our faith commitment and show that God is at work within our community.