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Pupils at Christ the King are surrounded by a vibrant, inclusive learning environment based on a Catholic ethos of compassion, love and respect. We strive to impart to our pupils a wide range of knowledge and intellectual, artistic and sporting skills, and to arouse and nurture within them an eager spirit of enquiry and wonder.
Our teaching philosophy is centred on an environment of mutual respect where the staff, the pupils and the whole community work together for the common aim of educating the children in our care to achieve the highest standards of competence and ability and to be responsible and worthy citizens of the world.
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Our school offers all-through primary education for 420 pupils, complemented by 52 nursery places.
We aim to develop and extend every pupil to enable them to achieve their full potential, irrespective of academic ability or social background. Our pupils make excellent academic progress, and impressive results are achieved also on the sports field and in the arts arena.
Pupils at Christ the King learn the academic and social skills required to take them forward in a caring atmosphere, with a love of their faith and with an understanding of the world of which they are citizens.
Our curriculum both fully satisfies accepted requirements and encompasses the widest range of concepts, attitudes, skills, responsibilities and cross-curricular issues relevant to a pupil’s life in its widest perspective. The school offers a wide range of sporting and artistic activities to complement the core academic subjects of the National Curriculum.
The diverse backgrounds represented by our pupils and staff contribute to a rich learning environment where the communication of knowledge is informed by professional expertise and personal experience. A differentiated teaching programme delivers the curriculum at the rate appropriate to the individual child.