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To mark the opening of new classrooms, and a new look, to St Chrysostom’s School we’re posting a few blog posts about the school in the past. We’ve looked at the origins of the school (see here). Now we interview … Continue reading
St Chrysostom’s School is growing! Major work has taken place to extend and improve the school buildings and Year 4, 5 and 6 children have new classrooms. Mr Trevor Matthews, Headteacher, says; The time has come to move into our fantastic … Continue reading
We recently said goodbye to Miss Melanie Michael who has done very good work as Headteacher at St Chrysostom’s School for over nine years. Miss Michael, herself of the Jewish faith, has strongly encouraged all faiths in the school and … Continue reading
We’ve two new mosaics at the main door of church and they give a lovely colourful welcome. The mosaics are in the place where some time ago some untidy noticeboards were placed. Children from Year 6 (this year’s leavers) from both … Continue reading