To view our Admissions Policies please select the academic year from the left hand menu.
SEPTEMBER 2019 YEAR 5 INTAKE
For Parents/Carers of children currently in Year 4 who would like to visit the Academy during the day, please contact Miss Fenton, PA to the Principal on 01785 334900 or email@example.com and we will happily arrange this for you.
We all look forward to meeting you and your children soon and welcoming you to the Academy.
SEPTEMBER 2019 INTAKE
Online applications for Year 5 September 2019 intake have now closed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0300 111 8007 if you would like to make a late application. Applicants will receive their decision on 16 April 2019.
Supplementary Information Form for those wishing to apply under Note 2 of the Admission Policy
FURTHER INFORMATION: FIRST TO MIDDLE SCHOOL
Please click here for a Parent/Carer Information Guide First to Middle School Information for Parents 2019
Parents/carers of children in Years 5 to 8 who are considering a place for their child at Christ Church Academy after the standard September intake are invited to contact Miss Fenton, PA to the Principal on 01785 334900 or email@example.com in the first instance.
Please click here for a Mid-Term Application Form
SCHOOL TRANSPORT TO CHRIST CHURCH ACADEMY
Staffordshire County Council operates a number of buses from the local area to the Academy. These are listed below.
|402||Moddershall, Rough Close, Meir Heath||Community Transport Ltd|
|409||Coton Hill, Fradswell, Dayhills, Burston||A1 Travel|
|410||Hilderstone, Garshall Green, Milwich, Little Stoke||Bennetts|
|421||Slindon, Standon, Yarnfield, Walton||Community Transport Ltd|
|422||Cotwalton||Community Transport Ltd|
|Aston Lodge||Aston Lodge Park||D&G|
STAFFORDSHIRE SCHOOL AND TRANSPORT SERVICE
If you have any general enquiries regarding Admissions or School Transport, please contact Staffordshire School Admissions and Transport Service via:
Telephone: 0300 111 8007
World Book Day 2019
World Book Day 2019 Thank you to everyone who took part or supported our World Book Day 2019! We had a wonderful day and the array of costumes was fantastic! From wizards to warriors, billionaires to berries, the effort that had gone into the fancy dress was amazing. Thank you as well to everyone...
MOMO Challenge We have recently been contacted by rightly concerned parents about the MOMO challenge that is being widely reported on social media. This guide below should give you the information needed to understand the issue and to deal with it. The challenge started as an urban myth and ha...
All Years Social Media Family Survey As part of our continual drive to keep our pupils safe online we are asking all pupils to complete a survey of their own and one member of their family's social media use for homework. The aim of the survey is not to pry into home life but to generate discussi...
Library Coffee Morning 16/10/18
Family members were today invited to join pupils to read together and enjoy refreshments in the school library. The day was a massive success. Thank you to all who took part. ...
Douglas MacMillan Coffee Morning
Douglas MacMillan Coffee Morning 2018 A fantastic achievement: the whole CCA community came together to raise a staggering £1117 for Macmillan. Particular thanks go to our Year 7 pupils who did an outstanding job manning the stalls and organising the sales. We are very grateful to all those who...
Parents Guide for Dealing with Self-harming Children
In light of the shocking recent statistics regarding self-harming in children, here is a guide for parents. Click here to open the website. ...
ASKIP Warning for Parents
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Parents Guide to Roblox
Many of our pupils use the app Roblox. This is a game with a chat element which may have hidden dangers. ...
Parents Guide to Fortnite
Christ Church Academy Pupils Meet Professor Brian Cox
Year 6 pupils today were asked to attend Stafford College Lego Innovation Studio for two programming sessions during a visit to the college by Professor Brian Cox. All pupils excelled themselves building robots with a forklift arm and completing a variety of space themed challenges. Professor...