St Christopher's Catholic Primary School, Codsall.

St Christopher's Catholic Primary School, Codsall.


Happy Diwali

Happy Diwali for those celebrating. Diwali celebrations have been in full swing here, including artwork contributions from St. Mary's CE - VC Primary School St Christopher's Catholic Primary School, and Queen Victoria Primary. Their Rangoli designs have been proudly placed all over Compton Hall

Hello! We are MOVING PAGES! To find the latest updates about St Christopher’s on Facebook search for our NEW group: St Christopher’s Catholic Primary School Codsall (Same name as this page but with less punctuation!)

Our new page is easier for school staff to access (under the name ‘Christopher Saint’) meaning we can give you more access to school life than ever before! It is also a closed group to safeguard our lovely children so you will need to ask for permission to join.

We can’t wait for you to join us!
Great letter today Mr B. I know a lot are feeling the pressure of trying to work and teach from home. Much appreciated.
Beautiful. Well done St Christopher's x
Dear God please bless all of year six and especially those who have chosen to follow and extend their faith this evening xx congratulations to you all xx
Sending Mrs Evans much love and prayers for a speedy recovery x

Is it PJ day tomorrow (Thursday 15th Nov) and own clothes on Friday?
I have a shout out for Mrs brown and a group of her friends they need wool to knit things for the homeless so if you have any “odd balls” so to speak please send them in and we will be helping others to help others thank you God bless xx
Next week we have the fabulous Scholastic Book Fair coming again to our school. Books will be available to browse and buy everyday after school, so please come along and support our school. 📚
My daughter is in year 3 at this school. During her time in year 2 and now in year3 she is so happy and growing more confident all the time. The teachers at this school are brilliant with her. Xx
Without this school my daughter would never have been introduced to she is European and World Wado kai champion... thank you St. Christopher's!

What school gives out kindness awards? St. Christopher's! Thank you! It made my daughter feel very special!

What school encourages children to talk to walls and doors? St. Christopher's! You brought out the crazy, creative side of my daughter! Thank you St. Christopher's!

Three very different girls... all treated wonderfully as unique individuals at St. Christopher's!

Thank you St. Christopher's!

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Operating as usual


The completed creations, well done Year 3!


Year 3 painting their Cartouches.


Year 3 have created wonderful Ancient Egyptian Cartouches out of clay.


Year 4’s looking great in their new designer WWII gas masks.


Fantastic effort from the children in Year 3 for Roald Dahl dress up day! Thank you parents for costumes and donations 😁👍


Members of staff enjoying Roald Dahl day.


Y6 enjoying their Roald Dahl day


Year 4 having a great time during their Roald Dahl day.


Year 5 and their stunning Ancient Greek artwork!


Y4 showing their fantastic topic art work. The Blitz stencil art and model Anderson Shelters using natural resources.


The Snail Rescuer


Having fun in the rain today


A wonderful day learning with our little group of ‘Key Worker’ children.

The stimulus was ‘Toilet Roll’ chosen by the children.

We watched videos on how toilet rolls are made. We learned about the sewage and water treatment process.

Maths: We worked out the length and area of a Toilet Roll. (45m long and 4.5m squared) - Two Y5 learners, measured and calculated the area of the playground and calculated how many toilets rolls it would take to carpet the playground (incidentally is approx. About 319 toilet rolls)

History: Talked toileting habits throughout history from the Rotten Romans with sponge on stick to the Victorian outside loos to the Andrex puppies. We even had time to make our own Ancient Egypt Mummy

English: Wrote stories about the ‘Adventurous Toilet Roll.’ We created poems, information texts and even a playscript of a conversation between a toilet roll and a kitchen roll.

Who said that ‘creativity’ is dead?


Another tiny step along the road to normality. Y5 & Y6 joined Fr Craig in the Holy Celebration of Mass.
Thank you Fr Craig ❤️🙏💙


Frankie and Sofia have had the great news that they are both recipients of a GREEN Blue Peter Badge.

They used recycled materials, an old plastic dustbin lid and a solar powered fountain to make the rock pool (which BTW attracts the massive spiders 😔)

They also made a wildlife village with bug hotels, worm hotels and other abodes for various creepy crawlies.

To say they are happy would be an understatement!

Lovely lockdown memories. xx


Live storytelling session with Author Natalie Pritchard for St Christopher's School!

Thank you to everyone who tuned in to my St Christopher's exclusive storytelling session, I hope you enjoyed it. It was so lovely to chat with you all 🙂 If you missed it, you can still view it using this link:

Stay safe everyone and lots of love,
Mrs P ##

Hello to all of the of our pupils at St Christopher's Catholic Primary School, in Codsall! It's Mrs Pritchard here! I hope you are all keeping safe and well ...


Live storytelling session with Author Natalie Pritchard for St Christopher's School!

Our pupils have shown amazing courage and resilience throughout this period, despite losing the structure and stability of being at school and seeing their friends and relatives.

As a thank you for being so brilliant, I'll be doing an exclusive live story-telling session just for our pupils on Monday at 9am!

I'll be reading my book, Sully the Seahorse,
and we'll be doing my special song called the Sea School Shuffle. Type in Sea School Shuffle on You Tube to have a practice beforehand! 🧡

Children will be able to ask me any questions about being an author and writing books in the live comments section. They will also be able to say hi to some of their school friends in the live feed. 🧡

It will be a chance for our pupils to come together, have a bit of fun and share a story.

Here is the link for you to tune in to the special session on Monday:

Record Joe Wicks for later in the day, join Mrs Pritchard and your school friends at 9am on Monday! 🐳🐋🦈🐡🐟💙

Hello to all of the of our pupils at St Christopher's Catholic Primary School, in Codsall! It's Mrs Pritchard here! I hope you are all keeping safe and well ...


Em & Lissy are doing a rainbow treasure hunt around the village. Look out for them ###


Y6 enjoying their Wednesday ZOOM meeting. Today was a quiz and treasure hunt.
The blank screen was them off to find their chosen items.
Then they showed off their ‘Soup’ and at book with a person on the front’


The staff keeping up their morale with an on-line Zoom Quiz. ###


Good morning and whinging you all a beautiful and peaceful Palm Sunday.

Here is something that you could do with your little ones today.

Take care, stay safe, stay home and God bless you all.


Fun, play, hand washing, PE with Joe Wicks, tea and toast and a prayer with his holiness Pope Francis. Just another day at St Christopher’s. Keep safe and God bless you all. xx


Mrs Rodrigues our Chair of Governors has requested that we all login to Facebook at 11.00am to join his Holiness Pope Francis in a prayer for all those whose lives have been affected by COVID-19


Working out with Joe Wicks...


Watching our friend..... Pep the Poet 23/03/2020

Home Learning Planners

Our former Y5 teacher Miss Barnes now lives in the south coast and has a company Tutortastics. Here are a number of free resources that you can use alongside the resources you got from school last week.

Stay safe and you are all in our prayers. Download your FREE home learning planner for children in KS1 and KS2


By order of the Peaky Blinders - Pep the Poet’s ‘The Brummie Bumble Bee’


Pep the Poet and Willie the Worm


Pep the Poet and The Funky Peacock


Pep the Poet and Peter Pants xx


Amidst all the fear, worry and uncertainty. Pep the Poet brought a little bit of sunshine to his own school today. Y6 had a great time, dressing up, writing and reciting their own poetry as well as some of Pep’s


A wonderful day at Jaguar Landrover with Y6 encouraging and developing our future engineers.

One of the logos I saw was:

“Changing procrastination into facilitation.”


Hot chocolate for the writers. Cheers!


The Writers’ Room
......toast is fuel for authors. Writers need toast.

Videos (show all)

By order of the Peaky Blinders - Pep the Poet’s ‘The Brummie Bumble Bee’
Pep the Poet and Willie the Worm
Pep the Poet and The Funky Peacock
Pep the Poet and Peter Pants xx
Willie the Worm comes to visit Mr Anderson & Y6 at World Book Day 2020
Who said grammar was boring?!
Core work 💪🏼
Warm ups
We love our new laptops!
Year 4 World War II children travel back in time to visit Year 3 Ancient Egyptians.
Year 4 World War II children travel back in time to visit Year 3 Ancient Egyptians.




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