Welcome to our School!
Our Christian value for this half term is ‘Selflessness'
“Whatever you did for one of my brothers or sisters, no matter how unimportant they seemed, you did for me.” Matthew 25:40
"The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Chatburn as a Church of England school are outstanding. The Christian vision for a school with the love of Jesus at its heart and where all children are valued is evident in all aspects of school life. Consequently, pupils flourish in their academic and spiritual development. They are confident and actively compassionate. " SIAMS 2017
A warm welcome to Chatburn Church of England Primary School! We believe that every child is special, unique and loved by God.
Our dedicated staff have a breadth of knowledge and wealth of experience to inspire the children with exciting learning opportunities. We believe that good behaviour is crucial to maintain the positive and caring ethos of the school, and our priority is to engage children in their learning, whilst helping them develop a positive attitude towards one another and the school.
Chatburn Church of England Primary School is a place where children are encouraged to achieve their full potential. We are proud of our pupils, and consider it a privilege to serve the parish and local community by giving our children a sound education rooted in Christian values.
Visits to school by prospective parents are warmly welcomed. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Mrs Emma Gardiner
email : email@example.com
"All pupils make outstanding progress because teachers have high expectations and ensure that pupils think deeply about what they are learning. The curriculum is varied and provides rich learning opportunities" OFSTED 2012
The Downham Banner
Our children were delighted to be present as the Downham Banner, dating from 1885, began its journey from the church to Manchester to begin its restoration. The banner depicts the Parable of the Good Samaritian and we are proud to announce that Chatburn CE Primary School will be spearheading an educational programme which will be rolled out to local schools. The silk banner was commissioned to commemorate the Centenary of the Downham Benevolent Society in 1885.
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