At St. Michael’s we are delighted to have such a competent and loyal team of staff. Those who work at St. Michael’s are dedicated to help the children in terms of social, pastoral and educational support and they are committed to help the children to flourish and be the best they can be. The teaching staff are the main point of contact for parents and below is an overview of the staff.
Our Coronavirus risk assessment is under frequent review and is shared with all the staff when updated. The school has fewer than 50 staff in total and therefore this information does not need to be published here.
The Governing Body meets as a full body at least once each term. There are two permanent sub-committees; the Resources Committee (dealing with finance, personnel, premises, health and safety and similar matters) and the Strategy and Standards Committee (dealing with curriculum, pupil progress and achievement, pupil premium, pupil welfare and safeguarding, marketing and the overall strategy of the school. The committees are currently chaired by: Resources - Ben Leslie; Strategy & Standards - Ben Leslie.
Other committees and/or working parties are formed as the need arises, e.g. for admissions, staff pay, grievances, disciplinary matters and the relevant appeals committees.
Our school has a total of fourteen governors all of whom act in a voluntary capacity:
Click here to download a copy of the Instrument of Government (pdf)
Click here to see full details of Governors, business interests, committee membership, roles and attendance at meetings in the last academic year.
Minutes from meetings of the Governing Body are a public record and can obtained from the Clerk or may be viewed in school - please ask the Business Manager. The minutes of the most recent meetings can be accessed below (please click on relevant date). Note that some minutes may be in draft and subject to amendment when presented for approval at the next Governors' meeting:
As a Church (aided) School, we have a responsibility for maintaining and improving our school buildings and we are helped with a grant from the Government for 90% of the costs. This means that we have to contribute 10% ourselves. We do this by asking all parents to contribute to the "Governors' Fund" each year. A leaflet about the Fund can be seen here.The current contribution is £30 per child per year which works out at just £2.50 per month
We are currently looking for dedicated and committed people to fill the following job opportunities starting in (month/year): Sorry, we have no staffing vacancies at the current time.