Message from Mrs Bratley

I’d like to warmly welcome you to Chrishall Holy Trinity and St Nicholas CE (Aided) Primary School. I am extremely proud of our spirited, friendly village school and I hope that our website and blogs give you a flavour of what makes us so special.

At Chrishall, we provide a rich, creative and challenging curriculum in which children learn through inspirational, purposeful and real-life learning experiences. We have high expectations of all the children and want them to grow up enjoying learning and acquiring a thirst for knowledge and for life. By steering children’s natural curiosity through a wide range of independent learning activities, children are encouraged to use and develop key life skills.

As a Green Flag school, we are always exploring ways that the environment can be cared for and what we can do to keep the Earth healthy. We are lucky that within the school grounds and woodland areas, children are able to learn first hand about the wonders of the natural environment. Regular Forest School and outdoor learning sessions help children to develop confidence and valuable practical outdoor skills.

Please do read our Vision and Aims to see how a caring, Christian ethos underpins all that we do. Children at Chrishall are supported in their learning by dedicated staff, parents and governors. Feel free to call the school office to book an appointment if you would like to see us in action.

The current newsletter is available at: Newsletter 26 Feb 2015


Also please be aware of the forthcoming Cambridge Science festival

Booking starts on Monday at 10.30am and the shows get booked up quickly. The festival runs from 9th March to 22nd March. There are lots of hands on things for children.
Also there is ‘Unifest’ at Anglia Ruskin (East Rd, Cambridge) which is also for budding scientists http://ww2.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/microsites/outreach_and_recruitment/students/unifest.html
which also requires booking. The event is on Saturday 7th March.​