About Christ the Saviour
Our school was formed in September 2011 following the amalgamation of two Victorian schools: St Saviour's Infant School and Christ Church Junior School, Ealing Broadway. Whilst browsing through our website, we hope that you will catch a glimpse of our vibrant, exciting, diverse and over-subscribed school.
High academic standards in English, mathematics, science, RE, and ICT are the foundations upon which the rest of our curriculum is built. These standards are enhanced by enriching programmes of study in music, art and sport. Christian values and a civilised ethos pervade the school.
Inclusion is at the very heart of what we do, and we boast an above-average number of pupils with statements of special educational needs. We admit 120 reception pupils each year which makes our school the largest CofE voluntary aided primary school in England.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, (now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge) defines the nature of a Christian School:
“A Christian school is one in which the atmosphere has that kind of openness about it, that sense that people are worth spending time with, that people need time to grow, need loving attention.
The Christian Gospel says that every person has a unique task to do, with God, and for God, whether they know it or not. It doesn’t necessarily mean than everyone involved has to share the same theology or philosophy. It doesn’t mean that everyone knows that they have this relationship with God, and is consciously working at it. But a Christian school is one in which the entire atmosphere is pervaded by the conviction that there is something mysterious, and potentially wonderful, in everybody.”
We look forward to welcoming you.