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19th December 14
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EYFS' 'Whoops-a-Daisy Angel!' Nativity!

We would like to say a huge congratulations to all the children in our Nursery and Reception children, their performance was outstanding! All the children were fantastic and had clearly worked extremely hard to learn all their lines, song lyrics and even sign language to accompany the songs!

Thank you to all the families who came along to support the children!

Please take a look at the amazing photographs below!



KS1's 'Noisy Nativity!'

The fabulous KS1 children magnificiently performed their Nativity, 'Noisy Nativity', for all our families this afternoon! The children were brilliant performers with loud, clear voices! The families thoroughly enjoyed it - thank to all who came to support the children! 

Take a look at the impeccable performance in the photographs below!

St Chrysostom's C.E. Primary School is an Outstanding school! (OFSTED, November 2011)

" Oustanding care, guidance and support ensure that all groups of pupils achieve outstandingly well. The outstanding promotion of equal opportunities for every pupil, regardless of ability and background, underpins every aspect of the schools work and its successes."

Ofsted November 2011


'Brothers and sisters, Respecting each other, Creating the future Generation'

" I really appreciate the opportunities to learn from our families. This year we have welcomed parents into the classroom to share stories, dishes and traditional dress. This enriches our topics and enhances our children's learning."
  Mrs Wilson EYFS Leader

" This half term the children have been teaching me how to greet people in many different langugaes. In Year 2 we speak 17 different Languages!"
Miss Berry KS1 Leader

      St Chrysostom's Church 
Our church is St Chrysostom's Church. It is a welcoming, inclusive and vibrant  Anglican church, 
which follows the catholic tradition. Serving the Church of England Parish
of St John Chrysostom,it are at the heart of our community in south Manchester, 
not far from the city centre and close to Manchester University. 
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