Whoever you are, wherever you're from, whatever you believe, we welcome you into our loving, learning community. This is a place that nurtures everyone with the wisdom and resilience to face all that life brings. Each and every person has the opportunity to florish here and achieve their God-given potential.
St Michael's Church of England Primary School is at the heart of the village of St Michael's and adjacent to the Church of St Michael's and All Angels, with very strong community links.
From the moment you walk through the door you will feel the warm welcome that St Michael's Church of England Primary School is famous for. Generations have been sending their children to this school in the knowledge they will not only have an exciting learning experience, but also will be valued and cherished in our caring, Christian environment.
We are a single form entry primary school which means that your child will be taught in their age appropriate class. We have a maximum roll of 210 and a dynamic teaching team that puts excellence and enjoyment at the heart of their teaching. If your child requires additional support in order to access the curriculum, we have an incredibly experienced team of support staff who work closely with our SENCO and parents/carers to maximise each indiviual's potential.
So why not come and have a look and see for yourselves what we have to offer your child?
We look forward to welcoming you.
"Friendly, welcoming and hard working"
"The reason I chose to send my children was and still is as I like high standards of care and education, which I believe the School strives to reach"
"It feels a family community. Teaching values link with the church. The children are happy"
"Passion for the children to receive the best education possible"
"I feel the values are very important and from watching the children at shared worship, I feel it is a strength within the school"
"Great atmosphere, older children looking out for the younger ones, everybody knows everybody, very friendly. Monitoring of children's progress and moving them on if appropriate. Children are awarded for good behaviour and good work which encourages them to want to do more"