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  • 15/07/21

    In a World Where You Can Bee Anything...Bee Kind.

    In a World Where You Can Bee Anything...Bee Kind.
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  • 15/07/21

    St Michael's in the News

    We were delighted to be visited by the South Today news team on Monday 12 July who interviewed Mr Wellman, Head of PE, Mr Jenkinson, Head Teacher and some members of a year 6 PE lesson. This was as a result of our history of sporting excellence, with many ex pupils representing Great Britai...
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  • 13/07/21

    MUFTI DAY - SUN CREAM APPEAL

    MUFTI DAY - SUN CREAM APPEAL FOR WIMBORNE FOOD BANK
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  • 30/06/21

    Wildlife Friendly Garden Award

    St Michael's have been awarded a Wildlife Friendly Garden award by Dorset Wildlife Trust.
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  • 26/04/21

    Spring 2021 ABC Awards

     Every term we celebrate our ABC (Aspiration, Belief and Creativity) through end-of-term awards. Each award is won by some who exemplified the qualities we value in all our pupils.
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  • 01/03/21

    New library Web App is launched

    St Michel's is excited to announce the launch of its new on-line library system.
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  • 08/02/21

    Rainbows -can be a promise of peace

    Like us, you might see the spiritual metaphor in rainbows or you may just like them. Rainbows can be a promise of peace and a reminder that the difficult moments do not last. We confess when we saw this rainbow, up so close today and landing in our grounds, we were considering dig...
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  • 29/09/20

    Virtual Open Evening 2020

      Click here to view our Open Event 2020 Page
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  • 16/07/20

    Black Lives Matter

    Over 170 pupils and staff at St Michael's Middle School, Colehill came together at the end of a hard term to look beyond their own circumstance to say Black Lives Matter.
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