Sunday, 21 December 2014

St Michael's CE Junior School

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Welcome to St Michael's CE Junior School

Executive Head Teacher - Mrs L Priddle

Joint Head of School - Mrs L Majumdar 

Joint Head of School Mr A Bayford

 

Ofsted Inspection December 2013

"Pupils, regardless of their starting points, make good progress across the school."

"Teaching assistants make a strong contribution to the good learning taking place."

"Pupils behave well in lessons and around the school."

"The very strong leadership of the executive headteacher, supported well by the heads of school and the effective governing body, is responsible for continuing the significant improvements that were seen in the last inspection."

"Pupils have very positive attitudes to learning and they work hard in lessons."

"Teachers and additional adults use imaginative methods that capture pupils' interest and so pupils enjoy their lessons."


Term Dates 2013-2014 and 2014-2015

Term dates for the current academic year (2013-2014) can be accessed here

Term dates for 2014-2015 can be accessed here. Please note that Staff Development Days have not yet been set for 2014-2015.


Bel Air Children's Home

We are delighted to have set up a link with a children's home in Grenada. All proceeds from the sale of Christmas cards will be going to the Bel Air charity. If you would like more information about the children's home - Bel Air - please follow the link below:

www.belairchildrenshome.com

Water Aid

Thanks to Mrs Brown, organising a variety of exciting and entertaining events, the childern of St Michael's raised money for a wonderful charity.  Please click on 'children's activities' to see a selection of photographs from the day, read year 6's thought provoking poems and the beautifully written prayers from Cedar Class.


School Information

St Michael's Church of England Junior School is situated near Maidstone town centre. To see our exact location click on the link below:

Click here to view map

St Michael's Church of England Junior School was originally built during the reign of Queen Victoria. Today, it caters for children between the ages of 7 and 11. There are 5 classes, and approximately 150 children attend the school. Directly opposite the school is St Michael's Church of England Infant School. St Michael's Church is close by, and both the infant and junior schools have very close links with it. We also have close links with the local community.

Click here to go to St Michael's CE Infant School website


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