Welcome to St Michael and All Angels Website
Liverpool Archdiocese Spirituality Award Winner 2017
Our Mission Statement
Click Here Mission Statement
Our Outstanding Ofsted (Nov 2013) and R.E. (March 2014) Reports
Click Here Ofsted Report
Click Here St Michael and All Angels R.E. Report
On behalf of the children, staff and Governors of St Michael and All Angels, I would like to warmly welcome you to our school website.
We are a thriving school with amazing children whose families support our Mission Statement;
“At St Michael and All Angels School we are a Christian Community where everybody is valued and recognised for their unique contribution.”
Like you, we the staff and Governors are passionately committed to providing our children with a wide variety of engaging opportunities in our fantastic new building opened September 2009. High expectations support our high standards in all key phases.
Please click on the School prospectus link (right) to find out more about our school where “The Gospel values of love and respect are at the heart of our partnership with parents, carers, Governors, the parish and wider community.”
Ofsted Oct 2013 states;
” The school provides a calm and safe environment where pupils feel safe and can thrive.”
“Behaviour in and around school is exemplary.”
“High quality teaching ensures that pupils learn well. It is never less than good and a substantial proportion is outstanding.”
Ms Bowman – Head Teacher
Pope Francis tweets,
“Every Christian community should be an oasis of charity and warmth in the midst of a desert of solitude and indifference,” January 2016.
We are Christians because:-
– we follow Jesus;
– we love each other and those we don’t know;
– God loves us and will always be with us;
– we know that God’s love is unconditional;
– we pray to God;
– we know God believes in us.
(Year 6 2016-17)
We are fantastic because:
– we follow the Gospel Values
– we live a healthy lifestyle
– we love working because it is fun!
– our teachers care
– we welcome newcomers
– we make friends easily
Year 3 and Year 4 pupils (September 2016)