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  • 29/09/20

    This year due to the current COVID restrictions we will not be able to host our annual Open Evening on site. Our online open evening presentation will be on Tuesday 20th October at 6.30pm

    It is obviously a real disappointment to have to go online as our evening is normally a lively one full of fun, music, and information, where you can meet us in person and feel the energy of our school.   Instead join us for a YouTube Premiere video on Tuesday 20th October at 6.30...
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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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  • 04/02/20

    Fund raising for Piam Brown

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  • 12/12/19

    School Carol Service

    Our Service this year celebrated journeys.
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  • 20/11/19

    Vocabulary Day

    St Michael's celebrated in style with an excellent profusion of flamboyant, creative and diverse costumes to celebrate vocabulary. 
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  • 19/07/19

    SIAMS Inspection.

    Excellent result in SIAMS inspection.
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  • 09/07/19

    Eco Club question their member of parliament.

    Michael Tomlinson was questioned by St Michael's Eco Club. On the 8th of July we had our local MP come to visit the Eco group as well as a lucky year 5 class (5M). It was amazing to talk to him and share our ideas with him too.  We learnt some new things about our Parliament- there are...
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  • 09/07/19

    An Afternoon of French Entertainment

    Monsieur Dan Roro et son bistrot visits St Michael's.
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  • 03/07/19

    RNLI Women In Engineering Day at RNLI College Poole

    Mrs Robinson our IT Technician took 7 Year 7 girls to this event for the first time.
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