Shaw Lane
Tettenhall Wood
Wolverhampton
WV6 8EL

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Telephone: 01902 558945

Woodcote Road

Tettenhall Wood

Wolverhampton

WV6 8LG
 

Telephone: 01902 558700

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Welcome

Christ Church Junior School is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School. This reflects a partnership between the Church and the State in providing education for all within a distinctly Christian context.

 

Although maintained financially through the Local Authority, the school is still a Christian School, in which Christian worship, teaching about the Christian faith and a community life within a Christian atmosphere is cultivated.​ 

​The Aims of The School
  • We aim to promote the all-round development of each individual child- physical, emotional, social, spiritual and cognitive. 

  • We aim to create a happy, secure and stimulating environment with a structured and purposeful way of learning, for this is how children learn best.

  • We aim to help children prepare to fit into society at large by making them aware of the needs and rights of others, to value their contribution and to have respect and tolerance for all cultures within our society.

  • We aim to give each child a basic understanding of what Christians believe God is like and what living a Christian life might mean.

  • We aim to help all children develop their own spirituality, to learn respect for all religions and ways of life.

  • We will encourage children to take a responsible attitude to their schooling and to have confidence in themselves. 

  • We aim to assist parents in helping their children to prepare for adult life at home, at work, at leisure and as caring, contributing citizens in society. 

  • There will be equality of opportunity for all children. 

  • We hope that all parents will take part in school life. We consider that each child's education should be a 'shared' concern and this will develop worthwhile attitudes to education.

The School's Ethos

Recognising its historical foundation, the School will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church at parish and diocesan level. 


The School aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils. 

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(Instrument of Government 2004)