Though COVID testing is not mandatory any more, children and staff who test positive are still currently required to isolate for 3 days and then only return if they feel well enough and do not have a high temperature.
"Journeying together with Christ"
 “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”

Proverbs 22:6

At St Michael’s C of E Primary School, we recognise the vital role that we have to help shape the lives of the children we are privileged to work with. Following Jesus’ example, we put the children at the heart of all we do, knowing that they are our future. Through both explicit and implicit teaching and modelling of our school vision and by living it out in practice through our four Christian Values of “LoveIntegrityCreativity and Resilience,” we aim to create a community within our school and beyond, which is principled and start these children off on a journey in which they will always know that Christ will be with them.

We aim to inspire children to do their best in all aspects of their lives and celebrate all their successes.

Andrew Cumpstey

Head Teacher 
 Festive Cheer - the St. Michael's Way
Staff frolics, FS Nativity and KS1 Nativity
During the first lockdown of early 2020, we identified five key areas which would help our school community while we were unable to be together:

  •     Mental and physical health
  •     Enjoyment
  •     Engagement
  •     Motivation
  •     Inclusion

As we are thankfully all now back together, staff aim to keep these principles at the forefront of what they are doing.