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Welcome to the Christ Church School website

Christ Church is a Voluntary Aided Church of England School for boys and girls aged 3-11 years. 

It has been in existence for over 160 years, with the School, Church and Vicarage having been constructed

on St. Albans Road, Barnet in 1844. The school moved to its present site in Byng Road in 1957 and

stands in extensive grounds in a glorious rural setting surrounded by playing fields. In 2009 Christ Church 

Foundation Unit incorporating the Nursery and Reception classes was opened adjacent to the school. 

Christ Church is a friendly and inclusive school providing an orderly, calm and harmonious environment

in which each child can feel part of the Christ Church family.  It is a secure place to learn,  providing a

family atmosphere in which our children will be able to progress with self-confidence as they take further

steps into the wider world. 

Click to see our Aims, Vision and Values


 View from the school

Always remember what you have learned.

Your education is your life - guard it well.

               Proverbs 4:13 (GNB)



  • For a map to find us, please click here.
  • Click here for links to to our Church in Barnet.
  • Click here to see our school Aims, Vision and Values     
  • Click here to see our data protection policy

School News

Autumn Term News 2014   

Admissions Policy - Main School 2015

Supplementary information form (SIF)

Admissions Policy and Forms - Nursery 20155

click for access (password required)

Christ Church Primary School is the Lead School for a partnership working in conjunction with the London Diocesan Board for Schools School Centred Initial Teacher Training (LDBS SCITT) to recruit and train teachers on the School Direct programme leading to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).  For more information on this partnership click here.

Meet the teacher presentations.  Please click on relevant class:


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Key Messages from Miss Treacy