We pride ourselves on putting young people at the heart of the organisation and on offering a broad and balanced curriculum with a determination to see every child flourish and reach their full potential. Many of our students are involved in top-level performance in sport, music, drama and the arts, several of them at a national or even international level.




Do you have a dream to learn something new in 2021?

If you would like to start instrumental/vocal lessons in the new year then please email Mrs Rowell (kathryn.rowell@churchillcc.org) for further details.

We have a range of lessons available including: vocal, drums, piano, guitar, bass and woodwind. The cost is £40 per term (£20 for PP) with payment required in advance.
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Automatic top-up payments now available with ParentPay at school
Auto top-up assists parents and carers in ensuring their child’s school meal balance is always in credit. It does so by allowing you to set a minimum balance which, when breached automatically credits your child’s meal balance by a fixed amount using a balance transfer payment.

In order to use auto top-up, you are required to set up the bank transfer facility on your Parentpay account. As soon as this is authorised and completed by your bank, you will be able to use the auto top-up facility.

For more information visit www.parentpay.com/bank-transfer-and-auto-top-up/ or email parentpay@northtyneside.gov.uk
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We are in Tier 3 from today. Everyone in our school community has a responsibility to ensure we follow the guidance. No one wants to self-isolate at Christmas, so we need to do all we can to ensure we avoid the risk of infection in coming weeks. We know the continuation of this is difficult, and as parents you will be worried about your children in school, but we are doing our best to keep them safe here. We want all of our staff and students to enjoy time with family at Christmas without the worry of contracting Covid in the run up to the holidays. Please ensure you follow the rules around self isolation and do not send your child to school if they have symptoms or if someone in your household does. 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

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Yesterday, Year 12 attended a virtual Goal Mapping Workshop, delivered by the Positively MAD team.

The workshop helped our students set their own personal goals and identify the routes to achieve them.

Well Done Year 12!
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Would an older relative prefer to vote by post? How will you vote at the elections in May? In person?, by post? or by proxy?

It's never too early to choose the best voting option for you. Find out how at electoralcommission.org.uk/voter.

Anyone can apply for a postal vote. Postal votes can be on a permanent basis or for just one election. APPLY NOW!!. You can get an application form by emailing us at elections@northtyneside.gov.uk or phone us on 0191 6432270
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Social Media

All our Curriculum Subjects have Facebook. Check out the latest from each department, as well as checking out the College Facebook and Twitter @EducatingCCC