St Michael's
We believe that a three way partnership between the school, its students and their parents is vital to success

Events

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St Michael's Winter Fayre is coming soon!

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Special Invitation: exclusive preview for St Michael's Parents/Carers

We are pleased to invite you to the Sandwell Launch of 21st Century Child on Thursday 8th November 2018.  Please click the picture below to see the flyer.

Invitation to 21st century child event

This event will showcase not only the benefits of the programme but also SafeToNet.  SafeToNet’s award-winning software safeguards children and young people from online risks such as bullying, extortion, abuse and aggression. It stops young people from making mistakes and prevents harmful messages from being sent on social networks and messaging apps.

Due to our partnership with SafeToNet and West Midlands Police, we will be offering our parents/carers a FREE 3-month trial in 2019.  To find out more about the software please click on the following link

https://www.safetonet.com/

SafeToNet is not just an app, it is an automated and sophisticated journey in safeguarding that picks up trends, dangers and alerts from around the world to better inform parents and children about online risks.

To confirm your attendance at the launch please email kerry.whitehouse1@st-michaels.sandwell.sch.uk

 


 21st Century Child Event

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Parent and Carer Forum

2nd October 2018

6th November 2018

4th December 2018

This is an informal opportunity to find out more about school life and to work in partnership with our school community for the benefit of your child.

Venue: St Michael's Church of England High School, Community Office

Times: 5-6pm

Tea/Coffee will be provided.

Any further questions please email: Jenna.Preston@st-michaels.sandwell.sch.uk

 


 

Mickies' Biccies & Brew

Mickies’ Biccies & Brew is our weekly coffee morning for the over 60s.  The group has been running since 2015 offering local residents the chance to drink tea, talk, learn new skills and, most importantly, socialise with others.  The group develops its own timetable of activities and regularly has guest speakers from local organisations.  Students attend the coffee morning on a regular basis to meet the residents and take part in games and activities such as beetle drive, knit and natter, card making, flower arranging and much more.   They also showcase their work and talk about school life.  Our coffee morning runs every Monday morning and if you would like to find out more please contact Kerry Whitehouse or Carole Annetts on 0121 561 6881.

 


Rowley Multi-Agency Forum

As a school we strongly believe in success through partnership and, with young people at the heart of our school, it is vital that we embrace a multi-agency approach.  The Rowley Multi-Agency Forum (RMAG) has been running for more than a decade, bringing together agencies and organisations from the local area.  Our meetings take place every half term and we regularly invite students to lead on agenda items or showcase examples of ‘good practice’.  Members of this group include West Midlands Police, Local Neighbourhood Team, Young People’s Services, local councillors, Community Alcohol Programme, St Giles Church, primary schools and more.  If you would like to find out more about attending one of our meetings, please email Kerry Whitehouse at kerry.whitehouse1@st-michaels.sandwell.sch.uk 

 


 

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.