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Class 1 settle in

Date: 19th Sep 2017 @ 12:54pm

Class 1 reception children are settling in well to school and we welcome them all to our school family.

Pirate and Under the Sea Day

Date: 17th May 2017 @ 12:11pm

Ahoy Shipmates!

Class 1 had a great day going Under the Sea and being Pirates.

Class 1 watch the baby sparrows

Date: 10th May 2017 @ 8:19am

Class 1 have quietly watched the baby sparrows. We saw lots or sparrows on our Spring walk and now some are nesting at school.

Mini beast

Date: 3rd May 2017 @ 7:49am

Class 1 have had fun getting creative with clay.

Which mini beasts can you spot?

We raised £94 for VR Lions Club

Date: 27th Apr 2017 @ 10:16am

Class 4 win SACRE competition

Date: 18th Apr 2017 @ 3:06pm


Class 4 recently entered a competition organised by the  Standing Advisory Council on RE (SACRE) where they were asked to interpret 'compassion,' within any faith or none.

We are thrilled to be able to tell you that they were the KS2 WINNERS!

Here is a little piece about our entry......

Spring Shop Opens

Date: 6th Mar 2017 @ 2:12pm

Class 1 have a spring shop role play.

What do you know about Spring?

Date: 2nd Mar 2017 @ 7:57am

Class 1 are thinking about Spring.

SIAMS Inspection Report

Date: 28th Feb 2017 @ 10:20am


On 2nd February 2017 Crowton School was Inspected by the Church of England's Education Office.

All Church of England dioceses and the Methodist Church use the Church of England Education Office's framework for the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) under Section 48 of the Education Act 2005.

We were delighted and very proud to achieve an OUTSTANDING inspection, which showed we were outstanding in all of the four core areas:

  • How well does the school, through its distinctive Christian character, meet the needs of all learners?
  • What is the impact of collective worship on the school community?
  • How effective is the Religious Education? (in VA schools and academies)
  • How effective are the leadership and management of the school as a church school?

Please click on the link to open and view our full report

Crowton ethos group

Date: 26th Feb 2017 @ 9:15am

In the Autumn term- we will be looking at 'Hope.' 

The term leads us onto new topics. We continue to choose new topics for discussion each week in our collective worship and include a big question that we discuss with the children.

Keep an eye on our ethos board of achievement- each week new achievements are added such as music certificates, sporting achievements and even reading awards.

We give our Star of the Week certificates every week alongside our Value Awards. The ethos team quite often include drama in their collective worship and are always keen to develop ideas for competitions.

The Autumn term is going to be a busy one!

Class 1 take part in the KS1 production

Date: 7th Dec 2016 @ 12:14pm

We had great fun in the Christmas play. Singing new songs and feeling very proud.

Operation Christmas Child

Date: 10th Nov 2016 @ 12:00pm

The children filled shoeboxes with Cristmas gifts for needy children around the world as part of Operation Christmas Child's Shoebox appeal.

Thank you to all children who took part

We raised £339.44p for Macmillan

Date: 8th Nov 2016 @ 2:17pm

Literacy Project

Date: 25th Oct 2016 @ 10:55am

Transformation of Environments and Social Responsibility

During the first half of Autumn Term,  our topic in literacy has been ‘transformation of environments and social responsibility’. Each class group have been studying a text;

Class 1 – The Something (Rebecca Cobb)

Class 2 – The Greenling (Levi Pinfold)

Class 3 – The Promise (Nicola Davies)

Class 4 – (Varmints (Helen Ward)

To enhance our learning the whole school were involved in a literacy project led by a specialist education company, Literacy Counts. This included a series of professional workshops for all classes, including dramatisation -  to encourage evocative writing; art -developed from gathering words, phrases and poem extracts; music – inspired by the children, using extracts of figurative language, including phrases and ideas put together in the form of a school anthem.

We invited parents, family, friends and Governors to watch a performance of our new school anthem entitled, We Achieve, We Believe. Matt Baker, the musician involved with the writing of the anthem, was here to accompany the children. There was an opportunity afterwards to view the gallery of artwork and see the children’s written work in their classes.

Class 1 learn the new school song

Date: 17th Oct 2016 @ 8:27am

Class 1 had great fun with Mr Baker learning the new school song. The actions were great.

Crowton Girls Football team Runners Up

Date: 6th Oct 2016 @ 1:23pm

On Monday 3rd October our year 5/6 girls football team competed in a tournament at Weaverham High School. The event, organised by the Vale Royal School Sports Partnership, included teams from all of the Weaverham cluster primary schools. The girls not only conducted them selves impeccably, but also showed great sportsmanship.  On the pitch they displayed some fantastic football skills to become worthy runners up of the competition.

Well done to all of our girls!


Friends of Crowton News

Date: 23rd Sep 2016 @ 12:07pm

Speak Out. Stay Safe

Date: 5th Jul 2016 @ 4:06pm

Thank you to the NSPCC who delivered their excellent 'Speak Out. Stay Safe' presentation to all children in Classes 2, 3 and 4.

September Instrument Lessons available

Date: 30th Jun 2016 @ 10:12am


If your child is interested in trying a course of instrumental lessons, please visit www.musicforlife.org.uk/apply-nowInstrument lessons at Crowton School are provided by Music for Life - a not-for-profit music education service working in partnership with 130 schools to teach almost 4,000 pupils every week across Cheshire, Wirral and North Staffordshire. To discover more about the work of Music for Life, please visit:

WEBSITE:      musicforlife.org.uk
FACEBOOK:  facebook.com/Musicforlife1234
TWITTER:      twitter.com/MusicforLifeSCH
VIDEOS:        musicforlife.org.uk/videos

Music for Life can accommodate almost any child who books a course before the summer because it designs a new timetable from scratch every year to do so. After that, additional places may be available during the year but they tend to be more limited. It is important to note that anyone wishing to try a course of lessons in September needs to book before the end of this term (certainly before August) to be sure of a place when school reopens. 

Courses of lessons can be paid for in full or in monthly installments in a variety of ways including by debit or credit cards. Music for Life has developed a website to make it easier for parents and guardians to book, renew and pay for instrumental lessons online. Financial support with the cost of lessons may be available in cases of hardship. Please contact Music for Life before booking if you would like to discuss.

Involvement in music offers young people something very special. 130 schools, together with thousands of parents, young people, professional musicians and music teachers would tell you they feel Music for Life offers something special, too! Music for Life exists to engage children in high quality music making and to nurture and develop an interest many will have for life.

We are proud to have had the opportunity to work with some amazing young people over the last 21 years and hope that your child may join us soon!

Do check things out at www.musicforlife.org.uk/apply-now.

Best wishes

Music for Life Team

PS. Don't forget to book a place before the summer holidays for lessons to start in September!

Music for Life is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee
Registered in England and Wales Number 3548287

Class 1's new mud kitchen

Date: 8th Jun 2016 @ 12:35pm

Class 1's trip to The Blue Planet

Date: 17th May 2016 @ 12:09pm

Class 1's Fruit Salad

Date: 16th Mar 2016 @ 12:39pm

Class 1 have been talking about healthy eating and sharing the stories of Oliver's Vegetables and Oliver's Fruit Salad. We found out where some fruit comes from and made and tasted our own fruit salads.

Have a look at the fun we had on the photographs.

Class 1 Spring Dance

Date: 9th Mar 2016 @ 12:25pm

Class 1 worked as a team to make up a Spring Dance.

Spring in Class 1

Date: 9th Mar 2016 @ 8:32am

Spring has arrived in Class 1. We have been learning lots of facts about Spring. Our shop has been great fun so far.

A Place of Safety by Gripping Yarns

Date: 1st Feb 2016 @ 3:28pm

On Monday 1st February Classes 2, 3 and 4 received a visit from Gripping Yarns, an association of storytelling performers who are all actors with an expertise in theatre for young people. They delivered a story called 'Place of Safety' to support our work on internet safety and link to Safer Internet Day on 9th February.

The internet, mobile communications and e-mail offer young people unprecedented and exciting  opportunities to explore and interact from the safety of their own school, home or bedroom. 'A Place of Safety' is concerned with how children interact in  the electronic communication environment, and with how they  can do so with greater security.


Place of Safety tells the story of Jordan, who is struggling to build new friendships after moving school following a necessary family separation.  For Jordan, the internet, e-mail, chat and messaging offer an ideal way to keep in touch with old friends, and make new friends with interests similar to his own.  He is befriended by an apparently more experienced chat room user, with whom he develops a friendship, and with whom he shares personal information and photographs.  His trust in his new friend diminishes as he is pressured to allow greater degrees of contact and more personal information.  Having already taken risks with his online friendship, he is too scared to tell anyone what has happened in case he gets into trouble and he is considering agreeing to his new friend’s requests when a real-life friend from school uses online media to contact him, and encourage him get help from their teacher. 


Place of Safety was written for Cheshire Education Safeguarding in Education to promote safe use of the Internet and electronic communications media, encouraging children adopt an attitude of healthy scepticism towards what people tell them online, whilst stressing that using the Internet can and should be great fun.


Crowton Christ Church C of E Primary School

Kingsley Road,Crowton, Near Northwich, Cheshire. CW8 2RW

Heather Bettley | Headteacher

01928 788230


School Opening Times: School opens at 8.45am and closes at 3.15pm