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Churchfield Church School and Nursery

Learn to love, Love to learn

Being a Church school (SIAMS)

Our family of Church schools draws strength both from each other and from the Diocese. We value the individuality of each school, supporting and valuing staff and sharing what we do best, for a sustainable future.


Enabling children to flourish

A key aim of the school and Diocese is to enable children – and their families – to flourish. That means equipping children with the emotional and academic skills and resources to help form their aspirations, and providing the support and nurture to set them on their way to achieving them.

That means challenging them academically, but also spiritually, physically, artistically and technically. By working together, schools under the Diocese remit are able to provide a richer curriculum which helps to develop the character and talents of every young person.

High academic standards combine with Christian values to foster creativity, confidence and compassion, in order to develop wisdom, knowledge and skills.


Genuinely inclusive

Our schools are open to all and accepting of all, regardless of faith.

A Christian ethos sets the culture of the schools in the Diocesan family. The values behind this ethos are in our PRAISE values: 









Centred in community

Just as the church has always played a central part in local communities, schools within the Diocese of Bath and Wells education family play a cohesive and established role within those communities, as well as in the wider church community.

Education has a core focus on relationships and commitments, participation in communities and institutions, and the qualities of character which enable people to flourish together – recognising that in life as in education, we are always ‘stronger together’.


Being part of the Diocese of Bath and Wells education family allows schools to develop and nourish strong community links, providing opportunities and experiences across all ages and backgrounds which will allow our young people and those in the wider community to live well together.


We use Picture News to support our Collective Worship and visit the Church every Monday. We also sing together every week.


SIAMS March 2023 Key findings:


• The deeply held Christian vision is lived out in the school. The vision underpins the actions of school leaders. Christian love is at the heart of all the school does.

• This is a highly inclusive school of all pupils and families. In line with the vision, care abounds and adults are aspirational for all pupils to be the best that they can be.

• Religious education (RE) is effective and reflects the school’s Christian vision. It enables pupils to grow in their understanding of Christianity as a living world faith.

• Collective worship is carefully designed to include all pupils. However, it is not offering sufficient opportunities for pupils to design and lead their own worship.

• The school community supports national and international emergencies. However, pupil action in response to local need is under developed

Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.


Joshua 1:9


We currently have spaces available for 2 and 3 years olds in our OUTSTANDING nursery. Please phone or see the Nursery section for more detail