Virtual Open Event

Welcome to Christ's School. We are sorry that we are unable to show you our fantastic, vibrant school in person this year. We have prepared a number of short videos to give you an insight into life at Christ's School. Click on each of the images below to hear from our Headteacher, our Head Students, our new Year 7 cohort and each department in the School.

Any questions? Have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christ's Open Event Frequently Asked Questions

We really like Christ's School but don't attend church. Can we still apply?

At Christ's School we welcome applications from all members of the community. If you do not attend church, you do not need to complete a Supplementary Information Form. Your application will be ranked according to our Open Criterion, of which distance from home to school is the determining factor. Find out more about how to apply here.

How far does your catchment area reach?

We do not have a fixed catchment area. The home to school distance to the furthest place offered varies each year. To find our more about home to school distances over the last three years, visit our Admissions page.

Do you have a prospectus I can look at?

You can download a copy of our school prospectus here.

Where can we see your Headteacher's presentation?

Click here to view the slides Mrs Dixon normally presents at Open Events.

Where can I see your latest Ofsted report?

You can read our latest Ofsted report here. As a church school we are also inspected by SIAMS. You can read our latest SIAMS report here.

Where can I see your latest exam results?

In 2020, despite the challenges of lockdown Christ’s School students celebrated exam success with outstanding GCSE and A Level results. Click here to see a full the results.

What extra curricular clubs and enrichment opportunities do you offer?

At Christ's School we aim to develop all of our students through not only excellent teaching, but also the provision of a varied enrichment programme. The wide-ranging programme of opportunities offered to our students is exceptional, and caters for all groups and students and interests.

We offer a large number and variety of extra curricular clubs before, during and after school.

We have a well-established and high-profile Duke of Edinburgh programme at Christ’s which is a cornerstone of our enrichment provision.

Find out more about our extra curricular programme here.

My child currently receives support at primary school. Where can I find out more about your learning support provision?

If you would like to find out more about our learning support department, please call Mrs Crayton, our SEN lead, on 020 8940 6982 between 10-12 daily to arrange a virtual appointment.

Which languages do you offer?

In Year 7 all students learn both French and Spanish for the first half term. After this students choose their preferred language which they will study throughout the remainder of year 7 and in years 8 and 9.

How do you challenge more able students?

At Christ's we have an able and ambitious programme to challenge our most able students. Our Able & Ambitious policy was created to ensure the highest outcomes for our brightest and most ambitious students.

Our programme for supporting and challenging our Able & Ambitious students is multifaceted and centres on the highest quality teaching in every lesson ensuring every student is challenged. In addition to this, all subject areas provide opportunity outside of the classroom to challenge their Able & Ambitious students through Trips, guest lectures, programmes of study and more. Find out more here.

Do you set students for lessons?

Unlike some other local schools, we do not stream. We do, however, set in Maths from Year 7 and Science from Year 9.

I know we can't see the school right now but can we see your facilities?

We are very proud of our fantastic facilities here at Christ's School. To get a 360 degree view of our departments and playing fields, click here. You can also see photographs of our buildings here.

Can you tell me more about your music facilities? My child is currently having lessons at primary school. Do you offer those?

We have a thriving music department where we aim to nuture the musical talents of all of our students. To find out more about our music provision including music lessons, music technology and our extra curricular provision, please click here. You can also view a selection of our recent music performances by clicking on the following links: Carmina Burana, An Innocent FugitiveSaint-Saens, Slow Dance and Rimsky Korsakov.

 

  • 07:39 PM - 10th September, 2021 Great day out with our new year 12s. Lots of and team bonding. Kudos earned by the 6th form tutors and HoY taking a fully clothed plunge! Read more
  • 07:15 AM - 10th September, 2021 I met my first new Year 7 English class today. 🌟 In-person. 🌟 In the library. It was wonderful! They were so excited to talk about Boy 87, their summer reading book - & to meet next week!
  • 05:18 PM - 8th September, 2021 Ready, hold steady, go! Brilliant to welcome our 90 new year 12s and we are full to capacity! (Delayed tweet- they started on Monday, but we are still 😊)! Read more
  • 02:22 PM - 7th September, 2021 We're offering school tours for Year 6 families instead of our traditional Open Evening on Thursday 23rd September. Visit Read more to book your place. Tickets are limited and entry is strictly by ticket only. All attendees including children must have a ticket.
  • 02:14 PM - 7th September, 2021 Have you ever considered becoming a mentor to a young person? Here at we are looking for volunteers to mentor some of our young people. Use this form to apply to take part. Read more Read more