THANK YOU to our fabulous families. Thank you for hand washing, face covering and social distancing. Stay safe!
THANK YOU to NHS staff and all key workers! Together you are keeping Frome healthy and happy.
THANK YOU to Fair Frome and local shops and restaurants for your generous food donations!
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.
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.
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Please visit your child's class page to see class specific letters.
To read the Frome Times (26/3/20) article, click here.
To read the Frome Times (2/1/20) article, click here.
To read the Frome Times (7/11/19) article, click here.
To find out more about our October 2019 Ofsted inspection, click here.