- Mrs Alison Rafferty – Head Teacher and DDSL
- Mrs Fiona Crooks – Deputy Head Teacher/SENCo and DSL
- Mrs Tracey Rigby – Office Manager (available for queries from parents and the public)
- Mrs Sarah Frost – Adminstrative Assistant (available for queries from parents and the public)
Please see our Admissions page.
Please see our Inspection Reports page.
To view the latest Teacher Assessment (TA) and SATs Results summary, please click the link below:
- Assessment Results 2018 (106KB)
For information on the school’s performance and financial position, please follow the link below:
Please see our Curriculum page.
Please see our British Values page
- Behaviour Policy (212KB)
- Complaints Procedure Booklet (110KB)
In 2011-12 the Government launched its Pupil Premium funding. The Pupil Premium is an initiative designed to narrow the attainment gap between economically disadvantaged pupils and their more advantaged peers.
St Michael’s School is committed to the principles of inclusion and has a determination to ensure every child succeeds. The strategies the school has devised for use of Pupil Premium Funding are in line with current educational research into good practice as identified by The Sutton Trust. We closely monitor the progress of all pupils in the school to ensure the best possible provision.
Measuring the impact of Pupil Premium spending
The school will evaluate the impact at the end of each term and will report this to the Governing Body. Evaluation will focus on academic attainment and progress and also on how self-confidence develops as a consequence of the planned support.
At St Michael’s C of E VA Primary School we understand the importance and necessity for children to lead active and healthy lifestyles. We ensure that all children have at least two timetabled PE sessions per week as well as offering a wide range of extra curricular activities. These include various Sports clubs, drama and cooking which promote a healthy and active lifestyle. During our PE sessions we use detailed schemes of work which we are able to adapt and change to fit the needs of our children.
We believe that all children are able to participate in PE lessons regardless of athletic ability, disability, or social or cultural backgrounds. The teachers are able to adapt lessons to ensure that the tasks are appropriate for all children to make progress. Children have opportunities to engage and interact in a safe and supportive environment which is vital for their physical and mental health as well as their well-being. Through P.E Children gain experience and skills in team work, decision making, organisation and confidence. Sports clubs and activities are also monitored to ensure all groups of children have equal opportunities to attend and enjoy them. We make sure the standard of teaching is consistent to ensure that the children lead active and healthy lifestyles and we encourage them to make healthy choices for themselves. This is also possible through cross curricular links with other lessons such as Science and Maths.
In 2013 we were given a grant from the Government to ensure PE is being taught to the best of our ability and primarily to give the children the opportunity to progress as learners. Below is a link to a schedule of areas we have highlighted to develop within the school, along with how we propose to allocate the funding.
The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 require all schools to publish an SEN Information Report.
- Equality Statement (177KB)
For information on our Governors, please see our Governors page.
- Charging and Remissions Policy (226KB)
Please contact the school office if you require a paper copy of any of the information found on this website.