A very warm welcome to our school where we all are ‘following Jesus’ footsteps in our living and learning’ each day.
I hope this website gives you a flavour of life at our school and helps you to find information about the wonderful things we do here.
We are a caring, friendly school where the staff, Governors and parish community work together to provide a loving and safe environment in which children thrive.
We aim for our children to leave here resilient, respectful, skilful, ambitious and with a thirst for life and all it has to offer.
We follow what Jesus taught us in the Gospels. We know that God made us and that we are all equal - no-one is better than anyone else so we respect, value and learn to tolerate everyone in our school community.
We are thankful for the talents and gifts God has given each member of our school community and we all work hard to use them to make sure we make our school, our local community and the world a better place.
We are very proud of all of our children.
Have a look at our class blogs to see the wonderful things that happen in school.
Reception enjoyed looking for and exploring the first signs of Autumn.
11:19am - 27th September, 2022
Year 6 have been really enjoying our current class text, 'Pig Heart Boy'. Our next class text will be exploring poetry through the text, 'Moonjuice' by Kate Wakeling
9:42am - 27th September, 2022
Poppy, our school dog, had a lovely birthday with the children yesterday🎂🐶
9:40am - 27th September, 2022
Well done to some of our Y6 boys who competed in the Harrier League Cross Country at the weekend, they were brilliant! They came 7th, 12th and 32nd out of 68 competitors.
2:14pm - 26th September, 2022
Year 6 have been learning about Kathe Kollwitz in our art lessons so far this term #art🎨
3:41pm - 21st September, 2022
St Charles' had a special visit this morning from Adam Whitehead, an Olympic/Commonwealth swimmer #BeckyAdlingtonsSwimStars 🥇🏊
3:35pm - 21st September, 2022
Year 6 and reception had a great time with their buddies on Friday
12:02pm - 21st September, 2022
Lat week St Charles' voted for their House Captains and this morning, the Captains and Vice Captains were announced. Well done to all of the Year 6's who took part. It was a very close call!⭐️
11:28am - 21st September, 2022
We cannot wait to find out who are House Captain's will be tomorrow. Thank you to everyone who voted last week. not long now....
11:14am - 20th September, 2022
We join with Bishop Robert and the whole of BBCET, to mourn the loss of our beloved Queen. We pray for the repose of her soul and for her family. We are very grateful for her years of service. We give thanks to God for everything she has done. May she rest in peace.
10:39am - 9th September, 2022
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