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St Michael’s is excited to offer this opportunity for our Year 11 and Year 10 girls to grab a bargain for prom. Every dress is only £50!

There will be a range of beautiful dresses on offer in sizes 6 – 18.

The sale is on Monday 26th March 2018 and will be open exclusively for Y11 and Y10 pupils from 5 pm to 6 pm. Staff are also welcome to visit the sale during this time.

The sale is open to the general public from 6 pm onwards. Click on the image on the left to view the poster.

Grab this opportunity for a bargain!

 

 

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To celebrate anti-bullying week, staff and students at St Michael’s held a full timetable of workshops, visiting speakers and activities led by our partnership agencies.  All were specifically designed to enable students and staff to recognise, identify and challenge all types of bullying and to support the school’s ethos of spirituality and peace, thus strengthening our fundamental principle, commitment to Christian values “to show love, care and kindness to all in our community. To value what we have and to share with others”.

Some of the activities held were:

Life Changing Decisions – Aaron Jarvis

Aaron is an ex-gang member who was involved in high levels of serious crime who has since reformed his life and is now passionate about helping young people to clearly understand the consequences of gang and crime involvement and the impact that it has on the person themselves, their loved ones and the wider community.

Knife Crime – Alison Cope

He said I love you, the next time I saw him he was dead - Alison Cope is, and always will be, the proud mum of Joshua Ribera, also known as popular Grime artist Depzman. Josh's career had just taken off, with a number one album and planned tours of the UK and Europe. In September 2013, at only 18 years old, he was murdered in a knife attack outside a private party held to commemorate the life of a friend who had been stabbed the previous year.

Alison now works alongside West Midlands Police, and independently, to talk to young people in schools, community organisations and youth offending institutions about the dangers of carrying knives. Her strength in turning the most tragic event any parent can imagine into positive change for other young people is an inspiration to us all.

SHAPE Event – Police and Youth Service

The SHAPE Team, in conjunction with Youth Services, Police and Community Safety Team, ran three workshops which included tackling prejudices and stereotyping and took part in a workshop on the Youth Bus to help compose songs reiterating the anti-bullying message for young people.

Other activities included:

Fusions of Faith – Celebrating Diversity: an understanding of the different faiths both within our school community and in the wider world to develop a more cohesive multi-cultural society.

Big Buddy Training – Training a group of our Year 10 students to support younger students and help them to cope with and overcome issues facing students in school today.

  • Resilience
  • Valuing Difference
  • Art Therapy – The impact of Social Media
  • Relational Aggression Drama Workshop
  • Anger Management – Boxing Workshop
  • Creating an Anti-Bullying Pledge
  • WBA Foundation – Dealing with Stress and Anxiety

 

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