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Our New School Prayer - September 2020 - Thank you CCB School Council
Lent @ CCB
Year 3 Stained Glass RE & Art
C.C.B Christmas Card Competition Winners 2019
Year 1 Class Assembly 14.11.19
CCB's Harvest Thanksgiving Service @ Saint Paul's Church 2019
RE Day October 2019 started with an assembly led by Clare on the theme of "Community"
Year 5 - Class Assembly MAY 2019
Year 4 - Class Assembly APRIL 2019
"Happy Easter" - Our Easter end of term 4 assembly with our Easter bonnets / hats
Ash Wednesday & Lent - March 2019
Ordinary Time - Our Father
Christingle Assembly 2018 @ CCB - Led by our Rector Clare and our Curate Ali
RE Day at CCB 2018
An Advent Assembly led by our Rector, Clare Dowding
C.C.B Xmas Card Competition Winners 2018
Mrs Tyrrell, Mrs Elmonawir and members of the School Council visited St. Paul's Cathedral to celebrate the success of Church Schools. There were many other schools present . The Bishop of London and Liz Wolverson were praised for their tremendous service in promoting the work of Church Schools.
RE Day - October 2017
RE Day 'Do to others as you would have them do to you.' Luke 6:31
Our whole school prayer which was created by members of the School Council
Our Mission Statement
The distinctive Christian Character of CCB
We are all unique in the eyes of God
Pancake Race in the playground
The Golden Rule is important in many religions and cultures. It helps people to treat each other with respect - as they would like to be treated themselves.
IMPACT OF THE WORK OF THE GOVERNERS - Members of the Parents, Pupils, Parish and Community Committee (PPPC) looked at the quality of work in RE books, Portfolios and the whole school writing folders to monitor standards across the school. The governors also found out more about our successful RE day. They scrutinised and celebrated the range of creative work taking place in RE and were pleased with the increased opportunites for extended writing.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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