Planning is well underway for the opening of Christ College Junior (JCCB) in September 2014, and it is enormously exciting. I am greatly looking forward to adding pupils in Years 3-6 to the Christ College family and to providing them with the same high quality education that we currently offer to those aged 11-18.
The update below aims to outline the ethos and culture of JCCB, and to provide answers to some of the questions most likely to be on the minds of families as they consider this brand new venture. To find out more, please click on the link here, browse our school website, or even better, come and see us, meet me, the staff and pupils, and see for yourself why we want to make the great experiences our pupils have available to younger children, too.We will be holding an Open Morning on Saturday 5th October at 9.30am for both the Senior School and new Junior Section. Prospective pupils and their families are welcome to come along and hear more details about the proposals for the Junior Section at Christ College.
To book a place at the JCCB Open Morning please contact Mrs Margaret Stephens, Admissions Registrar, on 01874 615440 or email email@example.com.
Head of Christ College
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