St. Michael's CE School

Working Together For The Good Of All

“St. Michael’s Church of England School, established upon Christian foundations and living out the Christian faith, is committed to providing every child with an excellent education.”

School Priorities & Celebrations

Our School Priorities

On this page, you will find the main priorities for the year and objectives/tasks set to achieve them. Different personnel monitor these priorities to see whether they need to be changed, to check we are ‘on track’ and to ensure they are being met.

The priorities and action points are outlined in individual subject action plans, which staff and Governors monitor. The priorities are divided according to the Ofsted evaluation areas.

  • Quality of Teaching (Including Assessment and Outcomes),

  • Personal Development,

  • Behaviour and Attitudes,

  • Leadership and Management

Our School Successes 2020

Please follow the link to our school priorities below and also the celebrations we have to date relating to the priorities set.

Introduction to our School Development Plan

When we revisited our School Development Plan (SDP) after COVID19 in readiness for the new academic year 2020-2021, we decided that it was important to ‘reflect, review and recover’ in order to plan the road to recovery. These three key words were at the forefront of our planning and thoughts in light of the changes in education during this time both from the home learning platform and as an operational organisation. We reviewed the SDP at the end of the Autumn term 2020 to gain an overview of the progress to date. Please click on the link below to see where we are currently.

Our intention is to make our school’s Mission Statement and Vision real and to build on the successes in all areas from the previous year, especially due to the time children were not in school due to COVID-19. As well as maintaining and embedding these targets, all areas, where applicable, will support children closing the gaps and support their wellbeing. We always take due regard to the need to: eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations as outlined in ‘The Equality Act 2010’.