WELCOME

St Michael’s RC Primary School is a Catholic family
of faith, following the teaching of Christ. We strive
to create an environment where all members of our
school community become caring, independent and
resilient individuals who fulfil their potential.


Congratulations everyone

St Michaels has now achieved the Primary Science Quality Mark at “Gilt” level for “sustained” leadership and work in science.

Welcome to St Michael’s Catholic Primary School and Nursery. We serve the local community providing a Catholic education within our whole school ethos embedded in Christian values. Our school values are called CIRCLE values and stand for Care, Independence, Resilience, Church, Learning and Enjoyment. We encourage our whole school community to follow these values to ensure that we all conduct ourselves with respect as individuals created by Christ.

Our whole staff, whether teaching or support, strive to provide our children with a world class education to equip them with the tools that they will need to lead successful and aspirational lives – always striving for the best that they can be.

I am honoured to be the Head Teacher of this school with its atmosphere of learning, fun and enjoyment. I hope you find this website helpful and informative. However this is only a snap shot of what we provide for our children and for all the adults working in our school community. Please do feel free to come and visit our vibrant school by contacting the school office by phone 01634 832578 or email office@stmichaeslrcp.org and Mrs Cleall Harding, Mrs Hurst or Mrs White will only be too happy to help.

Mrs Katharine Sexton


16th November 2018 Newsletter

Dear All,

What a busy week! Everyone looks very spotty dressed in their clothes for Children In Need, please remember it is the donation that counts– there is still time to make your donation if your child took up the offer of non uniform day in exchange for money for the charity.

It is also Anti Bullying week. We had a great assembly led by Open View Education on bullying, we took part in National Odd Socks day on Monday because we are all individuals and should be respected as such. We also met with our anti bullying champions– there is one for each class to advocate for their class mates and calm situations down. Sometimes children don’t like to tell an adult if they are unhappy, although we do have “worry boxes” in each class, having one of their peer group– a trusted friend is also an other means to voice a concern.

We had our first meeting of our Parent Forum last Tuesday. This is a means for parents to come along and have a cup of coffee/tea with myself and Mrs Collins to have your views heard about the school. The minutes of these meetings are on the school website under the “parent” tab. There were some interesting topics of conversation: the open mornings, the parent consultations now during the day rather than one parent evening and of course parking. Please do go to the website and have a look. Our next meeting will be 12th March at 8:30am– all are welcome.

Can I just remind everyone that children must only eat crisps at lunch time. Break time snacks should be fruit or sliced vegetables such as carrot sticks etc. We are a healthy school so no sweets or chocolate please. Thank you

On next Tuesday 20th November we will be having a special mass in school for the children and parents of year 5. This begins at 2:15pm. All parents are welcome, we will set room aside for car parking in the playground.

Mrs Sexton

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Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about our school. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected.

Pupils are glad to be green

We are embracing myriad ways of keeping fit and healthy – including walking to school once a week through the KM Charity Team’s Active Wow (Walk on Wednesday) scheme and skipping for two minutes every day.

GDPR

The new GDPR legislation determines how people’s personal data is processed and kept safe, and the legal rights that you have in relation to this data. Please visit our page on the Parents menu to find out more.

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