School Aims

The aims of the school are:

  • To enable all children to achieve personal highest standards and to make good progress during their time at St. Michael’s
  • To recognise the value of each child as an individual, nurturing the intellectual, creative, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of their personality.
  • To provide children with teaching of high quality.
  • To provide a broad and balanced curriculum and a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
  • To promote Christian values and a love of God, while appreciating that we serve a multicultural society.
  • To foster a caring, safe and supportive environment in which pupils understand what is expected of them to enable them to become responsible citizens in the school and wider community.
  • To continue our effective partnership with parents and the wider community.

What this means for us:

  • We know that we are all different but we work hard to achieve our personal best.
  • We make the most of our school, take responsibility for learning and seize all opportunities.
  • We respect each other, care for each other and understand other people’s points of view, even if we don’t agree about everything.
  • This is a Christian school while we understand that the people within it may not all be Christians.
  • Good behaviour is expected at all times.
  • We try hard to be well-mannered, helpful and responsible citizens.
  • We help the school to be a safe place for everyone.
  • We help our school to work with our parents and the wider community.
  • Our days at this school are special. They help prepare us for our futures.