St Michael’s is a ‘good’ school
It is official – St Michael’s is a ‘good’ school with children who show ‘outstanding’ behaviour!
‘Pupils are exeptionally welcoming and polite. They understand fully and embrace the school’s core values of respect, care, tolerance and concern for all. They apply these principles consistently both in class, between lessons and during break times’.
‘Pupils are keen to come to school as is evident from their high attendance and excellent punctuality. Their exceptionally positive attitudes in class make a strong contribution to learning. They listen attentively when others are speaking and work productively on all tasks set.’
‘Pupils are confident they are safe at school. They have mature attitudes to personal safety including safe behaviour and ensuring the safety of others. This is because of the school’s highly effective personal development programme.’
Ofsted – 2013
‘The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Michael’s as a Church of England school are outstanding.’
‘The outstanding nurturing of pupils reflects the distinct Christian commitment of all staff.’
The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners.