KS2 (Year 3/4) Teaching Post

Required January 2021 
Part-time 0.2 (1 day per week)
Salary Range M1–M6


Fair Frome
Food @ Five Takeaway

The Mount Community Garden 
(next to The Key Cantre)

5pm every Monday.
FREE to anyone on benefits or low income.
Strict social distancing and hygiene practices will be in place and we kindly ask you help us with this to keep everyone safe.
For details, click here.


Frome Middle School Open Days:

   Letter from Oakfield and Selwood
Oakfield Invitation
Selwood Invitation

Important letter (dated 29/9/20) about keeping school safe and ventilating classrooms.
Click here.

To read our latest Newsletter
for parents and carers,
please click here.


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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) testing: A quick guide

For the latest guidance from Somerset County Council, please click here.

This document includes helpful advice about symptoms and what to do and who to tell.


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Do not post abusive or offensive comments online

Prejudice and discrimination are wrong and will not be tolerated. Please work with us to make sure that everyone feels safe, respected, valued and welcome at our school. 

Any adults who use threatening, abusive, racist, homophobic, biphobic, transphobic or other offensive language when speaking/writing to, or about, any Christ Church school staff, pupils or parents/carers will be banned from entering the school premises.

Please note: this applies regardless of where or when this was said/written. This includes postings to a “closed” Facebook group.

Hate crimes will be reported to the Police.


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Do not post photos online  without permission

It goes against school policy and safeguarding guidelines for anyone to post photos online without the necessary permissions. This applies to all children (whether Christ Church pupils or not) and adults (including parents and school staff).

Anyone posting photos of others online (including to a “closed” Facebook group) may have committed a crime. They will be reported to the Police. 


Christ Church C of E First School and Nursery says, “Thank you, Frome!"  

Click here to read about our partnership with Fair Frome to ensure families have enough food.

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Is your child 5-19? 
Are you looking for confidential 
help and support? 
Click here for information about a safe and easy way to contact your Somerset County Council School Nursing Team.

Our school’s inclusive
Christian vision

We want Christ Church to be a shining example of Jesus' love and kindness. We are an inclusive Christian learning community where everyone is welcome and valued, and all are inspired to be the best they can be. We want all children to thrive and flourish in every way, developing a love of learning, discovering their unique strengths and talents, and growing in character and confidence so that their light shines brightly for all to see.

This is what Ofsted inspectors say about Christ Church:

“ Parents are very positive about the time children spend in Nursery and in the Reception classes and have great confidence in the care their children receive ... The school’s commitment to keeping pupils safe is exemplary. The headteacher leads by example and all staff are highly vigilant ... The behaviour of pupils is good. The school is orderly and pupils are polite to adults and visitors ... Bullying is very rare and any concerns are quickly and effectively dealt with ... The most able pupils from all backgrounds make good progress ... Support programmes and progress for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities are good. ”

Who are we?
Where are we?
What makes us tick?

We are proud of our school and the community it serves. We trust this website gives you a flavour of who we are, what we do and why Christ Church C of E First School really is the friendliest, most nurturing, most exciting, most ambitious first school in Somerset.

Christ Church is a Somerset County Council co-educational day school and nursery for children aged two to nine. Situated in inspiring and spacious school grounds in the south of the market town of Frome, less than ten miles from Longleat Safari Park, Christ Church provides an idyllic environment for children’s early physical, intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

We believe a great school overflows with the sound of cheerful children playing and learning with their friends. Yes, academic standards are important and learning is at the heart of all that we do, and, like other schools, we want every girl and boy to achieve their academic potential. But, at Christ Church, we believe a first class education should value excellent character (being kind, friendly and honest) every bit as much as academic effort (hard work, progress and attainment). Equally importantly: we believe school should be fun.

Click here to read more about what makes our school so awesome.

Click here to read our school Privacy Notice.

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    Christian values
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    Beautiful environment
    A lovely place to learn.
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    We believe school should be fun
    Children love it here!
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    Out of school clubs and trips
    Amazing activities for all.
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    Christian values
    Nurturing curiosity, creativity, ambition and resilience.


Calling all parents and carers of Reception children in Diamond and Pearl Classes:

As partners in learning, Mrs L’Esteve (Diamond Class) and Miss Robinson (Pearl Class) would love to receive input from parents and carers for their child’s Learning Journey.

So, if your child achieves something special or does anything they are proud of – or if there is anything else you would like to share with your child’s teacher – please email the school office (sch.152@educ.somerset.gov.uk) FAO Mrs L’Esteve or Miss Robinson.

It would be a big help if you include a little information about any images you send. Thank you.


Start and finish times for class bubbles: September 2020

Click on the links below for details ...



PEARL BUBBLE - timings

AMBER BUBBLE - timings

RUBY BUBBLE - timings


TOPAZ BUBBLE - timings


Christ Church COVID-19 safety protocols for parents and carers

As from Monday 14th September, we politely insist that all parents and carers follow these rules:

1) Parents and carers must wear a face covering at drop-off and pick-up times.

2) Parents and carers must not gather in groups of more than six.

3) Parents, carers and children must stand on the pavement when queueing on yellow social distancing dots. Do not stand in the road.

4) Parents, carers and children who are not queueing on yellow social distancing dots must wait across the road on the grass at Tower View. Do not stand in the road or block pavements.

5) Vehicles must not park on the yellow zig-zags on Feltham Lane.

6) Vehicles must not park in front of the school gates or private driveways.

7) Vehicles must not park on the pavement.

8) Vehicles must not park on the grass.

9) Parents and carers must be punctual to drop-off and pick-up times for their child(ren)’s bubble(s). (If you are unsure of timings, please check the top of this homepage or see the posters on the school fence.) ​​​​

Christ Church School Nursery

We are taking bookings now for Autumn Term 2020 and Spring Term 2021.

Children may start Nursery the term after their 2nd birthday.

Phone Christ Church for more information about how to apply: 01373 463781

Or click here to find out more about Nursery fees and see our admissions policy and download a booking form.


Keeping children safe during the COVID-19 pandemic

We have produced two special policies to help us keep children safe during school closure and reopening:

COVID-19 Annex 1 - is about safeguarding 

COVID-19 Annex 2 - is about pupil behaviour

Letters and Sounds for home and school

All lessons are introduced by celebrities, including children’s TV presenters, which adds an exciting addition to the lessons. A new phonics lesson is uploaded every day, Monday to Friday. After upload, each lesson is then archived and available to watch at any time. There are three sets of daily lessons to choose from and we suggest your child starts with one set of lessons most suitable to their year group and reading ability. If you’re not sure which lessons your child should watch or your child finds the lessons too difficult, then please contact your child's class teacher. They will be able to recommend which lessons are the most appropriate for your child.

FREE e-Books, e-Magazines and e-Audio available from Somerset Libraries 

Click here to find out more.


These organisations offer help and advice to people suffering domestic abuse:

Domestic Violence Helpline, free and open 24hrs - 0808 2000 247

Domestic Violence Assist, which helps obtain emergency injunctions - 0800 195 8699

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Latest Newsletter and important letters:

Click here to view all Newsletters and letters.
Please visit your child's class page to see class specific letters.


Christ Church supports Fair Frome foodbank 

To read the Frome Times (26/3/20) article, click here.

2019 end of year report from Christ Church

To read the Frome Times (2/1/20) article, click here

Christ Church shines brightly for Ofsted inspectors!

To read the Frome Times (7/11/19) article, click here.

To find out more about our October 2019 Ofsted inspection, click here.

Now That's What I Call
Christ Church!

Not every school releases an album of eight original songs but,
with the help of Rocktopus, that is exactly what we have done!

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Limited edition CD now available for just £9.99 
(£2.50 to school PTFA and £2.50 to Toilet Twinning)

Track titles:

1) Be a Global Neighbour

2) Everyone deserves a place to do their business
(the Toilet Twinning song)

3) I’ll be a good friend

4) Save our world today

5) Come learn with me!

6) Jesus helps us make good choices (the Zacchaeus song)

7) Say thank you! (the Ten Lepers song)

8) We can overcome our fears (the David and Goliath song)

To read the lyrics to all eight songs click here.

To listen to the whole album for FREE just click here.

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