Welcome to the Church Schools of Cambridge

The Church Schools of Cambridge (the Trust) is a registered charity established in 1703 to provide schooling with a Christian ethos for poor children in Cambridge. Today, the Trust provides facilities and targeted support to four Church of England primary schools in Cambridge – St Luke’s, St Paul’s, St Philip’s and Park Street. It provides additional targeted funding for specific school projects, along with making other relevant grants to the wider community of Cambridge and providing a range of RE-related workshops and resources.

We hope you find this website useful. If you have any queries, please contact us on admin@csoc.org.uk


Latest News

Easter activity for Home schooling

CSoC creates ‘An Easter Adventure’ to be used by parents and children as part of ‘Home learning’. Providing activities for the Holy week and supports the RE curriculum in schools. http://csoc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/An-Easter-Adventure-VA.pdf

Living in Creation – exhibition for Schools

The Church Schools of Cambridge ran an exhibition looking at Creation w/c 9th March. This delivered part of the RE curriculum on the Christian understanding of creation. Therefore it looked at the fact that Christians believe that God created the world. Alongside this, the children were told that Christians, Jews and Muslims share the belief …

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December 2019
Christmas  workshops

Church Schools of Cambridge will be running a series of Christmas workshops in December. Sessions for individual classes last approximately one and a half hours and are suitable for all year groups. Transport can be provided. For more information and to book, please email: admin@csoc.org.uk

Contact us

For general enquiries about the Trust’s work, please contact admin@csoc.org.uk.

For specific enquiries about working with the Trust, please contact Isobel Rawlinson, the Trust’s Director: i.rawlinson@csoc.org.uk

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The Trust produces a termly newsletter. If you would be interested in receiving it, please email: admin@csoc.org.uk