The ‘Bristol at the Heart of our Art’ drop-in workshop will run over the weekend of Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th October, 11am-4pm, and will offer children under 5 the opportunity to be inspired by the art, architecture and music of Bristol, whilst discovering more about the artists who capture it.
Parents are invited to enjoy cake and refreshments whilst visiting the school’s own Art Exhibition and exploring Christchurch Primary’s inspiring architecture.
Situated at the bustling heart of Clifton Village, the school was transformed in 2014 when it was substantially extended and refurbished.
“It is so exciting to be able to open our school doors to our local community after so long,” said Headteacher Clare Jones. “The pandemic has taught us many things, but the North-West Bristol Arts Trail is a wonderful way to bring us all back together and inspire a new generation of artists.”
Anyone considering registering their child for a place at the state school is encouraged to visit the school as part of the Arts Trail or book a tour on their Open Days running on
Saturday 6th November 9am-12noon
Saturday 13th November 9am-12noon
The bookable hour-long slots will include an Introduction from Clare, as well as a self-guided tour with the chance to ask questions of the Senior Leadership Team, Key Stage Leaders and Year 6 pupils along the way.
To register for a tour contact Mrs Becky Herbert, 0117 3772830 or complete the school’s booking form https://christchurchps.schoolzineplus.co.uk/form/15?preview=1