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  • New App for Parents

    Published 22/11/18

    New App for Parents

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  • Behaviour Awareness Week, Hello Yellow Day and Children in Need!

    Published 16/11/18

    Odd Socks Day, Hello Yellow Day and Children in Need... What a busy week we have had! 

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  • Girls Football League

    Published 08/11/18

    A great start for Y5/6 Girls!

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  • Children in Need / Hello Yellow

    Published 08/11/18

    Hello Yellow / Children in Need 2018 

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  • Churchtown Football

    Published 05/11/18

    Churchtown A Team Matchday 2

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  • Harry Potter Day!

    Published 17/10/18

    Year 5 Enjoy Magical Harry Potter Day!

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  • Harvest Celebration

    Published 12/10/18

    Thank you for all your contributions

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  • Early Years Open Morning - Saturday 3rd November 2018

    Published 09/10/18

    Early Years Open Morning - Saturday 3rd November 2018

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  • Harvest Festival Week

    Published 03/10/18

    Harvest Festival Week

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  • Consultation

    Published 20/09/18

    Please see below the letter to parents about Academisation

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  • New Behaviour Policy

    Published 06/09/18

    At Churchtown we aim to be an exceptional learning community with high expectations of achievement, attainment and behaviour through – 

    • High expectations
    • Ensuring that all children with a variety of needs and abilities can achieve their best 
    • Developing happy, successful and motivated children 
    • Motivating and inspiring the community to make learning irresistible, fun and life long for the children, families and staff at Churchtown Primary School

    Our core values drive everything that we do at Churchtown including our behaviour for Learning.

    Respect for all

    Love of learning

    Fun & Happiness

    Friendship & Family

    Skills for life

    Growth & Development


    Children learn best when they are happy, secure and clear about what is expected of them in all aspects of life and when they are encouraged, consistently, to behave well. At Churchtown we encourage and expect high standards of behaviour from and towards everyone. We realise that the great majority of children enjoy learning, work hard and behave well. These children must be recognised and rewarded.

    Over the last 3 months we have been developing a new Behaviour Policy. We have a new behaviour ladder which can be seen below and the new policy is also attached.

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  • Reading Lottery Visit

    Published 18/07/18

    Our trip to Broadhurst's bookshop

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