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OUR NEWS

Read about our latest news below.

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  • PIRATE DAY FOR YEAR 1

    Published 22/02/24

    Last Wednesday, it was Year 1's Pirates Theme Day.

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  • CCCS CELEBRATES CHINESE NEW YEAR WITH A FANTASTIC LUNCH

    Published 22/02/24

    CCCS recently hosted a delicious lunch to honour the recent Chinese New Year, with 2024 being the Year of the Dragon.

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  • CCCS TEAMS UP WITH THOMAS FRANKS TO PREPARE HOT MEALS FOR THE HOMELESS

    Published 22/02/24

    Last week, Christ Church Cathedral School lent its kitchen to Thomas Franks to prepare hot nutritious meals for the homeless in Oxford.

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  • CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL SCHOOL OFFER PRE-PREP EDUCATION FOR GIRLS

    Published 09/01/24

    We are delighted to share with you some really exciting news about our School.

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  • COP28: Year 3 CCCS pupil speaks out at Conference in Dubai

    Published 14/12/23

    The UN’s annual climate change conference, COP28, was held in Dubai, UAE, last week – bringing people from 197 countries together, in the hope that agreements can be reached on measures to tackle global warming. Children, from all over the world, attended to voice their deep concerns for the future in the face of climate change.

    One of our pupils, Lucas in Year 3, was invited to share his thoughts at COP28. His talk was broadcast live on the UN website. You can watch his presentation in the video below.

    Lucas, aged 7, said that the extreme weather will impact his ability to do things he loves, like playing football and tennis: ‘When there is a heatwave, I can’t go out to play football’.

    Lucas also spoke about how climate change and wildfires will threaten wildlife across the globe. His favourite animal, the honey badger, will find it harder to forage for earthworms or access water.

    The world’s 2.4 billion children are bearing the brunt of the climate crisis – an emergency that is taking lives, eroding children’s rights, and threatening their future.

    Lucas concluded his presentation with an important message, ‘our earth is important and fragile. We must save our earth’.

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  • The Cathedral Choir performs at St Mary's Church, Le Manoir, Great Milton

    Published 08/12/23

    On Monday, the Cathedral Choir travelled to St Mary’s Church (Le Manoir, Great Milton) to perform a Carol Concert.

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  • Carribean Joy comes to Christ Church

    Published 02/11/23

    Before half term, CCCS welcomed parents and music-lovers to support our concert with The Antigua and Barbuda Youth Symphony Orchestra (ABYSO) in the Cathedral.

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  • ‘Making the Most of Oxford’ Club

    Published 02/11/23

    This week the ‘Making the Most of Oxford’ Tuesday group climbed the tower at St Michaels at the North Gate.

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  • YEAR 1 VISIT TO RECTORY FARM

    Published 22/06/23

    Form 1 embarked on a trip to Rectory Farm.

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  • RUGBY ORCHESTERAL WORKSHOP

    Published 22/06/23

    Our senior instrumentalists spent this morning in a workshop with music staff from Rugby School.

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  • THE PRIMARY MATHS CHALLENGE

    Published 05/06/23

    Christ Church Cathedral School took part in a nationwide challenge for mathematics aimed at Primary Schools, called the Primary Mathematics Challenge.

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  • OSLO BOYS CHOIR

    Published 05/06/23

    Oslo Boys' Choir, a choir from Oslo Cathedral, came to meet our choristers for a singing session together today.

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