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"He said, I love you. The next time I saw him, he was dead."

Join us on Tuesday 3rd July at 5pm, for a Special Parent Forum.


In response to recent parent feedback we have invited two special guests to speak to you;

Alison Cope: 'Anti- Knife Crime Campaigner'.

Andrew Turvey: 'Senior Youth Officer and Gang Specialist'.


Free refreshments will be available from 4:45pm.

Venue: St Michael's C of E High School.

If you require any further information about this event please contact,  



21st CENTURY CHILD EVENT (Parent and Student event)

Where's your head at?

Date: Thursday 7th June 2018

Time: 7-9pm

Venue: St Michael's C of E High School


  • Welcome refreshments & registration
  • Agency market hall
  • Key speakers / performance
  • Stall holder activities & networking

Overview:The evening will be led by young people and they have identified Mental HealthBody Image and Social Media as the key themes for this event. 

'Where's Your Head At?' will be focusing on mental health, body image/identity and social media which as we know is often at the core of all of the issues.  The theme of the event has been chosen by students as they feel these are the priority trends for their age group.  The evening will be predominantly led by young people with the opportunity to network with external agencies. 

Please register your attendance by clicking the link below and by doing so you will also be entered into a prize draw.

View the flyers for this event here 



Butler’s Creative Arts School 

Butler’s Creative Arts School (BCAS) takes place at St Michael's Church of England High School. It was founded in 2008 and developed further by Michael Butler, the Senior Tutor for the programme.  The ethos behind BCAS is to deliver artistic excellence to the pupils who have outstanding creative ability from Key Stages 3 to 5 (young people aged 11-18) and help them fulfil their creative potential.  These private art classes are based on practical application of the arts and teaching pupils about art history from a global perspective.  The programme aims to provide young students with access to a broad and in-depth cultural experience that goes beyond the school environment.