From September 1st 2012, all schools need to present specified information to website visitors. This same information must also be available in hardcopy to school visitors on request. The information will be updated regularly. Please see the information and links below.
The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:
Mrs Tracey Cansdale, Headteacher,
Or for general enquiries
Mrs Jan Wells and Mrs Amanda Wagstaff
Christ Church CE Primary School, Sheinton Road, Cressage, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY5 6DH
The Chair of the Governing Body is Mrs Louise Wagstaff and she can be contacted at the School’s postal address or telephone.
Telephone Number and Email
Our telephone lines are open from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday, excluding school holidays. At other times you are able to leave a message. The number to call is 01952 510 383 or you can email us at email@example.com
Click here for information about admission arrangements for our school. As voluntary-controlled church school it is the local authority who determines our admission arrangements.
Click Christ Church CofE Primary School Ofsted Letter July 2017 for our latest Ofsted inspection report.
Click here for our latest SIAMS (Church School) inspection report.
Key Stage 2 Results & School Performance Tables
In 2017 80% of pupils in Year 6 achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and mathematics, compared to a national average of 61%.
20% of pupils achieved at the higher standard in reading, 20% at the higher standard in mathematics and 20% at greater depth in writing.
Average points scores from 2016 and 2017 in Maths, Reading, Writing and GPS can be found by clicking KS2 SATS Average Point Scores in 2016 and 2017. Progress Scores from KS2 SATS in 2016 can be found by clicking KS2 2016 Progress Scores. Progress Scores from 2017 can be found by clicking here KS2 Attainment and Progress Scores for 2017
School Performance Tables are published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education’s website, which can be found here. They also give information about progress scores. However as the 2017 cohort was too small for statistical comparison purposes they are not available for this year.
To go to our main curriculum page following this link.
Phonics and Reading
Click here or go to our policies and procedures page.
Safeguarding permeates every aspect of our School life and many of our school policies make reference to safeguarding and the Keeping Children Safe in Education documents and principles which we follow in all our practice.
Safeguarding is the action that is taken to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm.
- protecting children from abuse and maltreatment
- preventing harm to children’s health or development
- ensuring children grow up with the provision of safe and effective care
- taking action to enable all children and young people to have the best outcomes.
Child protection is part of the safeguarding process. It focuses on protecting individual children identified as suffering or likely to suffer significant harm. This includes child protection procedures which detail how to respond to concerns about a child.
Teaching children to be safe online is a key priority for us and e-safety is part of our Computing curriculum, as well as permeates our use of IT in all areas. In January 2018 Green and Yellow Class children took part in an e-safety questionnaire so that we could better engage with their issues online. You can see a copy of it by clicking here Pupil e-safety questionnaire and their answers by clicking here E-Safety Answers January 2018 We plan a school community meeting on e-safety early in the Summer term 2018 to respond to some of these challenges.
Click here or go to our policies and procedures page.
Please click Pupil Premium Strategy CC 17-18 Jan 18 internal review for information on past and proposed use of Pupil Premium funding.
PE and Sports Premium Funding
In 2016-17 we received £8,350 and click here Sports Premium Spending 2016-17 to find out how we have spent that money to improve pupil’s sport participation and attainment and how we make sure the impact is sustainable.
In 2017-18 we are focusing on increasing levels of fitness and participation in sport as a Key Priority on our School Development plan and so School Leaders are closely monitoring the current spend and its impact, in this area. You can see our planned spend for 17-18 here Sports Premium 2017-18 so far
All children in KS2 go swimming for a term every year (Year 3/4/5/6), using the pool at William Brookes and for 2017-18 schools were required to report how many Year 6 children could swim 25 metres confidently. 69% of our children (9 out of 13) could do this.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) and disability information
Click here for our SEN page, here for our Accessibility Plan which is found at the end of our Equalities policy and here for our Medical Needs policy, all of which are included on our Policies and Procedures page.
Governors Information and Duties
Please go to our Governors section in Key Information for governor details.
Charging and Remissions Policy
Click here to go to our Charging and Remissions Policy
School Ethos and Values
Parental Views about the School
You can find feedback from our Parents’ Survey 2018 here Parental Survey Feedback 2018
If you require paper copies of anything on the school website please contact the school office.