Our Vision

An exemplary school that aims to provide an inclusive environment for all.  St Michael's inspires everyone to achieve their full potential. 

Promoting British Values

The Social, Spiritual, Moral and Cultural Development of pupils is important to us and one way in which we foster this is by

 promoting our Vision and Values, and British Values by providing the pupils with a quality Personal Development



We believe it is important that our pupils have an understanding of how democracy works as a crucial part of our nation’s

 electoral system. We endeavour to encourage our pupils to engage with democracy through giving them the knowledge

 and skills to make informed decisions as adults. We believe that pupils should express their ideas and beliefs and

constructively challenge others. We also interpret democracy to indicate a state of society characterised by equality of rights and privileges. We teach children that everyone has equal opportunities and a voice.

Rule of Law

It is important to us that our pupils have a good understanding of the significance of rules and laws. We believe that all

people and institutions are subject to and accountable to law and that this is fairly applied and enforced. We try to instil in

our pupils a clear sense of right and wrong but also to be forgiving and ask for forgiveness when we have made mistakes.

Individual Liberty

We believe that individual liberty is fundamental for ensuring equality. We teach pupils that in Britain everyone has the

ability to exercise their rights. It is important for pupils to understand that rights come with responsibilities and we ensure that, as the children become more mature, they are given more responsibilities to develop skills that will enable them to become good global citizens.

Mutual Respect

Respect is at the heart of our Vision and Values and our British Values. It is important that pupils learn that their behaviours 

have an effect on their own rights and those of others. We believe that it is crucial that the entire school community

treats each other with respect at all times.

Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

We believe that everyone should be treated equally regardless of factors such as gender, ethnicity, sexuality, age, faith and

 beliefs. We actively celebrate the diversity of our community and instil in our pupils a fair and caring attitude to those whose

 faith and beliefs may differ from their own.

Our British Values statement can be found here.
Running alongside our British Values, are our St Michael's Values of :

Include, Inspire, Achieve

We include others in everything that we do.


We inspire others by our actions.


We aim to achieve to the highest standards.

The St Michael's Code

Our Code

Our code is a valued part of our school life, we actively encourage pupils and staff alike to follow the code every day. It contains 5 clear messages.

Our code is:

I will show kindness to others,

I will try my best at everything I do,

I will take care of all property,

I will look and listen when someone is talking,

I will show respect to everyone.