A caring community. That’s what defines Churchill Public School, nestled in the heart of New Sudbury. Responsive and resilient, we are committed to promoting positive attitudes and nurturing strong character traits. We strive for high academic and personal achievements as we inspire students to reach their full potential.
Churchill Public School offers Kindergarten to Grade 6 in the English Program. The school draws its population from areas north of the Kingsway, south of Lasalle Boulevard, east of Notre Dame Avenue and west of Falconbridge Road. Three classes for students with special needs are an important part of the Churchill family.
Extra-curricular activities and special events enrich a student’s life at Churchill Public School. Students benefit from a strong circle of support from parents/guardians and community partners, which improves academic achievement.
Churchill Public School follows the Balanced School Day schedule. The Balanced School Day improves learning, promotes healthy eating and encourages daily physical activity. The schedule provides three 100-minute blocks of instructional time and two 40 minute nutrition and activity breaks throughout the day. Pizza lunches are available once a week for a nominal fee. There is also a daily milk and snack program. A Breakfast Program run by staff and volunteers provides a nutritious start to the day from 8:05 am to 8:20 am. It’s free and open to all students.
Licensed childcare services are offered at Churchill Public School through the Sudbury YMCA. Preschool care, full day childcare on Professional Activity Days/Holidays and a Before and After School Program (7 am to 6 pm) can be accessed at Churchill Public School by contacting the Sudbury YMCA.
Churchill Public School is home to New Sudbury’s Early On Centre, which gives pre-school children and their families a place to meet, to learn and to grow together. The goal of the Centre is to provide the best start for every child in an enriched environment. Experienced and caring staff offer resources on child care as well as pre-school learning programs, all free of charge. The Early On Centre provides support to families through a broad range of services to ensure that children from 0 to 6 receive the best possible opportunities. This is a period of significant development in children at all levels – intellectual, social, emotional and physical. The best start is achieved through a strong partnership between the Centre, the school, child care centres, community agencies and organizations, and, most importantly, children and families.
Churchill Public School’s focus on success for all provides the cornerstone for decisions made and programs offered. A multi-talented teaching staff, caring and competent support staff, and a strong parent/community relationship make Churchill Public School a vibrant and supportive place for children to learn.