The KS1 football team played against Firbank during the week before we broke up for half term. Well done to all of the players for winning the game 6-2. Thank you to Miss Smith for her inspirational team talk and coaching skills!
Over half term we have been busy developing the learning environment for the children and staff. The entrance to lower KS2 has improved with new coat pegs and a new wall making the area wider and more inviting for the children. In upper key stage two we now have two new intervention areas where children can either complete independent...
The school and community are very pleased with how Religious Education inspectors judged the school when it was inspected on the 1st March 2017.
Please click on the link below to read the report.
S48 report - Corpus Christi (March 2017) (2)
All prospective parents for places in Foundation Stage (reception or nursery) at Corpus Christi are invited to our open day on the 11th January. We feel sure you will find our amazing learning environment and forward thinking approach both impressive and thought provoking!
Please contact the school using the details on the advert to let us know you will be attending!
This Friday is our annual Harvest assembly. Year five will lead the event and the Mini Vinnies will take all food offerings to the Cornerstone homeless shelter in Manchester afterwards. Thank you in advance to all parents for your generosity as always.
There is a non - uniform day on Wednesday 5th October, children will bring in food to help...
Please read the document below which outlines the reasons why Corpus Christi R.C Church is under threat of closure.
The consultation period ends in October.
Please click the link below to access the document.
Closure of Church Consultation
Arrangements for our charity bike ride are in overdrive. The ride is being organised in memory of Mrs Paula White, a much loved parent who passed away in January 2014.
Paula worked for Franklin House, a home in Oldham for the elderly and the terminally ill and people suffering from dementia. This was a very important part of her life and...
The following links will reveal the manifesto for each of the four candidates for the upcoming parent governor elections. Please read them and decide which will best suit the needs of the school.
The new forest schools development is now almost complete. There is a clearly defined path running through the area with a series of hidden features for the children to find along the trail, including squirrels, spiders, bees and other wildlife! The area is now extremely special and will fit in perfectly with the exciting work the staff complete with...
The children have provided some amazing ideas to develop the KS1 playground through the school council. They have met with their classes and also the contractor commissioned to complete the work. They have almost decided on the plan and the activities they think will make their playtimes even more enjoyable than they are now! The development will start over...
In addition to the many other developments currently either in the planning stage or under construction, the governing body have recently approved the improvements to the KS1 shared area.
We are still discussing the best way to re - design the area but the children will soon have access to high quality library resources in a first class environment.