Welcome to the website for Christ Church Primary School in Hampstead.
We are a one-form entry primary school, admitting 27 children in each year group from Reception to Year 6. We are a voluntary-aided Church of England School and have close links with the parish church of Christ Church.
We hope this website will provide you with all the information you need whether you are a current parent or pupil or a prospective parent or member of staff.
The Mission Statement of Christ Church School
At Christ Church School we respect and value each individual’s contribution to our school community. We work to inspire our children with the love of learning and to strive for excellence in all aspects of school life.
We aim to make everyone’s time at Christ Church School an enjoyable and rewarding experience and achieve our mission statement by:
- promoting the highest standards of teaching and learning
- providing a rich and stimulating curriculum
- encouraging the development of self-confidence, self-discipline and healthy living
- developing a spiritual awareness
- promoting a Christian ethos whilst respecting other people’s faiths
- welcoming the involvement of parents and other members of the local community
- expecting everybody to understand their own rights and take responsibility to respect the rights of others
- expecting everybody to make a positive contribution to our school, the wider community and our planet
- providing an environment where all feel safe from bullying and discrimination.
Our school is guided by our Christian values of compassion, patience, understanding, simplicity, creativity and hope.
Article 28 of the UNCRC says that children should go to school and have an education.
It is important to me because children should be able to learn and be able to go to school. I do so why shouldn’t they? Katie, Y4
Article 42 of the UNCRC says that rights should be known to children. It is important to me because some children don't have these rights but at least they know people care about them. Natasza, Y4
Article 31 of the UNCRC says children have a right to play with other children. I think it’s important because I think it’s good for their health and exercise. Sam, Year 4