Key Information

Pupil Premium Grant

Christ Church CEVA Primary School

Click on link:

Pupil Premuim Grant Policy Statement and Budget 2016-2017

Pupil Premium Grant Planning and Evaluation Outline 2016-2017

Sports Premium Funding 2016-17

Sports Premium Planning and Evaluation 2016-17

Sports Premium Planning and Evaluation 2015-16

Please click here for our Sporting Events.

Curriculum Provision

The children are grouped in seven single year group classes and the curriculum is delivered using a variety of teaching methods.

Children in the FS2 Class follow the new Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. In the other six year groups, our teaching covers all National Curriculum subjects and RE.

Each class works on a central theme for the term. We send out a ‘Topic Web’ to inform you of this each term.  Teachers firstly spend time finding out what the children already know and what they would like to find out, and then share the planning with them in the form of a ‘learning journey’. Whenever possible the theme will link subjects together, although there are some areas of these subjects that need to be taught separately, for instance the skills of Numeracy and Literacy. We place great emphasis on the basic skills of these subjects; literacy (reading and writing) and numeracy (number work).

Learning at Christ Church is a very active experience. We aim for our children to become fully immersed in everything they do, and we make full use of ‘real life’ experiences, the community and the world around them.

Our curriculum therefore, will help children in the following ways:

to acquire knowledge

·        to acquire knowledge

·        to acquire skills and practical abilities

·        to appreciate the natural and man-made environment

·        to develop a reasoned set of attitudes, values and beliefs – a sense of self-respect, respect for others and the ability to live and work together with others.

The encouragement from, and co-operation of, the home is essential if our aims are to be achieved. We believe that education takes place not just in our school. Many skills, experiences and attitudes started in school will be encouraged and fostered through the right support once our children are outside the school environment. We seek to encourage links with the community of which we are a part and thus we wish to involve parents, governors and friends in the achievement of our aims.

Please click on class links below to view the Class Topic Webs. We also attach some of our key Curriculum Policies.


Year 1 Topic Web           

Year 2 Topic Web          

Year 3 Topic Web             

Year 4 Topic Web          

Year 5 Topic Web           

Year 6 Topic Web            

Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Policy

Early Years Foundation Stage Policy

English Policy Handwriting, Spelling and Phonics

Grammar Progression Policy

Punctuation Progression

Maths Curriculum Provision

Mathematics Policy

Phonics and Reading

In school we teach phonics using the Letters and Sounds programme supported by the use of Bug Club resources.    The teaching of Letters and Sounds is differentiated within each year group across the school and common planning is shared to ensure continuity and progression.  As the children move through the early stages of acquiring phonics they practise by reading texts from the Rigby Star and Bug Club  schemes which support their decoding skills as well as introducing some high frequency words which do not always follow the phonic rules. In addition to this reading is also taught in all classes during differentiated guided reading sessions which link to phonics, spellings, comprehension and teaching objectives.

Throughout the development of their reading skills the children access our Book Banded reading scheme which contains book from various published schemes such as Rigby Star, Snap Dragons, Big Cat and Oxford Reading Tree which are designed to give children experience of a variety of reading genres.  There are fiction and non-fiction books within each level.  In addition to this children have access to Bug Club e-books at school and at homer from a personalised selection made by the teacher.

Once children can read fluently and with a good understanding, they self select books for independent reading from the school library or home.

All children are encouraged to select books from the classroom, library or home to share with their parents to foster a love of reading and in KS2 they may also be asked to give a written response to show the depth of their understanding.


The admission policy is controlled by the school Governors and the permitted number of admissions is 30.  

Children may be registered after their third birthday but this does not guarantee admission to the school until confirmation is given either by the school or the Authority.

In the Summer Term arrangements are made for parents and children to visit the school.  Parents who wish to move their child from one maintained school to another are requested to first consult the Head of the present school and then to consult the Head of the intended school which caters for the same age range.  Such changes of school are normally only permitted at the beginning of a school term except in the case of a changed address and will require confirmation from the new school or the Authority.

Admission arrangements

Individual queries regarding admission can be dealt with by contacting the Headteacher (01934 620738) or Schools Admissions Section, Town Hall, Weston-super-Mare, Tel. No. (01275) 884014/4078.

Parents wishing to view the school prior to applying for a place are welcome to do so by appointment.

To request a place in Years 1-6 please click the link below  and download a North Somerset application form. In Year Application Form

To view our admissions policy please click the correct version for the academic year of application.

For Admissions Policy 2017- 2018 

For Admissions Policy 2018-2019

For Admissions Policy 2019-2020

Any comments could be sent in to the School Office or North Somerset Admissions Team at the Town Hall.

Primary Appeal Timetable 2018

Primary Appeal Timetable 2017

Apply online or alternatively an application and guide are available from :The School Admissions Team at Weston Town Hall.

Induction of Reception children

We understand that beginning school for the first time can be a daunting experience for little children, and so we aim to ease the transition between home and school.

Opportunity is given for several visits to school by children and their parents prior to admission.  An extra booklet, with help and advice for parents of children who are starting school for the first time is given during these visits.

Key Policies

Please click on the link to view complete policy.

Anti Bullying Policy

Attendance & Punctuality policy

Behaviour Policy

Bursary Policy

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Complaints Policy

Computing Policy

Debt Recovery Policy

Equality Policy

Fire Policy

First Aid Policy

Health, Safety and Welfare Policy

Homework Policy

Intimate Care Policy

Marking and Feedback Policy

MFL Policy

Online Safety Policy

Privacy Notice Kaleidoscope

Privacy Notice

PSHE including Sex and Realationship and Drug and Alcohol Policy

SEND Policy

Send Information Report click here for North Somerset Local Offer

Social Media Networking Policy

Supporting Pupils with a medical conditions Policy

Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

Curriculum Policies are located within Curriculum Provision on this page click here.


For other documents and resoures to download please visit our:

Download section or click here (including Subject Guidence, Parent Agreement and Propectus)

Website section or click here (including E-Safety, Subject and General On-Line Support) 

School Performance Data

Please click on the following links which will take you to:

School Self Evaluation Summary of Achievement 2016-17

Department for Education  School Performance Tables

Data Dashboard 

Self Evaluation Data Dashboard KS1

Self Evaluation Data Dashboard KS2

Ofsted Report

Our Ofsted Report has now been published and I am delighted to advise that we have received a ‘Good’. Please click here for a full copy. Thanks once again for all your support.

SIAMS Report

Please click here  for our SIAMS report.


For further parent information please visit the Blue section of our website or click on the links below.

Parent Info    Parent Support   Useful Downloads