St Michael's CE A Primary School

St Michael's is a primary school in Wolverhampton. Please be advised that all children who currentl

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06/04/2022

Wolverhampton Art Gallery Easter Holidays HAF Programme

Try out lots of different artistic techniques throughout the Easter as you draw, paint, print, and collage your own sketchbook to take home, inspired by the artworks in the Art Gallery.

Learn how to prepare patterned paper, draw and landscape or a portrait, and use different artist materials.

Morning and afternoon sessions will include different activities, so families are welcome to book both.

Suitable for ages 5-16 years old.

To book tickets, please follow this link:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/holiday-activities-and-food-programme-easter-holidays-tickets-312831235647

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🐣⚽🐰Are your kids getting egg-cited for Easter? Yo! Wolves have a fantastic range of activities lined up over the school holidays for everyone to enjoy. For families that love the outdoors, there's Easter Egg hunts across the city and for those that like to keep active, choose from football to multi sports clubs. For an Easter to remember, check out all things fun at https://orlo.uk/4pRLf

01/04/2022

Easter Half-Term is fast approaching and we're excited to bring you a whole range of activities for your little ones! 🐰

Monday 11th April -

Ashmore Park Library
Story and Craft 3+ 11.00-12.00

Tuesday 12th April -

East Park Library
Story and Craft 3+ 11.00-12.00

Warstones Library
Creative Writing* 3.30-4.30

Penn Library
Story and Craft 3.00-4.00

Wednesday 13th April -

Central Children’s Library
Story and Craft 2.30-3.30

Tuesday 19th April -

Warstones Library
Story and Craft 2.30-3.30

Wednesday 20th April -

Pendeford Library
Story and Craft 2.30-3.30

Central Children’s Library
Creative Writing* 2.00-3.00

Thursday 21st April -

Penn Library
Games Hour 3.00-4.00

Friday 22nd April -

Tettenhall Library
Creative Writing* 2.00-3.00

Central Children’s Library
Animal Man* 12.00-1.00

Bilston Library
Animal Man* 2.00-3.00

Saturday 23rd April -

Central Children’s Library
Story Time 12.15-1.00

East Park
Story Time 11.00-11.45

For events marked with * please contact Central Children's Library on (01902) 552023 to book a ticket!

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🎨🎭⚽The Easter holidays are fast approaching so why not make this Easter a fun packed break to remember? With a wide variety of activities for children, young people and families including arts and crafts, outdoor fun days and drama workshops on offer, Yo Wolves has something for everyone! Book some Easter fun today at 👉https://orlo.uk/WOe01

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REMINDER: City of Wolverhampton Council is providing support during the Easter holidays to help families in need. Access to free food and activities is available for school-aged children up to Year 11, who currently receive benefits related free school meals. Applications open today for eligible families. Please apply here https://orlo.uk/vzWVM 👇 If you do not qualify for this support and need help, please visit https://orlo.uk/1C5hz

21/03/2022

21.03.2022 - Letter will be sent home today.

Children and young people in Reception to Year 11 inclusive entitled to benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM) are being offered support during the Easter 2022 holiday fortnight (11 to 24 April 2022).

Eligible children will be able to collect a food parcel and access HAF-funded activities with meals provided at the activity venue for free, funded through the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme and Household Support Fund.

To access this support, your child must be in Reception to Year 11 inclusive, attending a qualifying Wolverhampton school or Academy and have a current / protected benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM) in place.

You will need to register your interest online at www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/Easter between Friday 18 and Sunday 27 March 2022 inclusive, if your child is attending a qualifying setting in Wolverhampton and:
• your child has a current / protected FSM claim in place; or
• you meet the statutory eligibility criteria for benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM), not Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM)

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Voice4Parents, the SEND parent carer forum, is inviting people to join them and help start to create a new community garden at Sensory Park, Old Tree, Pendeford on Saturday 2 April - please see the image for details.

As well as help to clear up the site on the day, they would welcome donations of plant pots, compost, soil, seeds, plants and any small garden tools such as trowels and hand forks that children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities could use.

If you have anything you can spare, you can either drop them off at Old Tree (Pendeford Hall Lane, Off Wobaston Road, Wolverhampton WV9 5ET) or email [email protected] and they may be able to collect.

Sarah Baker, Chair of Voice4Parents, said: "This is a really big project for us but we feel that the benefits will be massive to all our families. Any help you can give, either by joining us on 2 April or by donating any unwanted garden items, would be gratefully received."

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Wolverhampton's libraries are welcoming visitors old and new with a range of activities over the coming months.

Branches are now operating at their pre-pandemic opening hours, with each offering free Wi-Fi and free access to PCs, as well as printing and photocopying facilities. Study spaces can also be reserved at Central Library.

Free story time and rhyme time sessions at Central Children’s, Bilston, Spring Vale, Warstones, Wednesfield and Whitmore Reans libraries have new restarted, half-term events are being planned at Central Children's Library, while digital support sessions and the Adult Reading Group are due to resume in the near future.

Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "Our libraries are looking forward to welcoming back existing customers, and new ones too. Membership is free, so why not sign up today?"

Please click https://orlo.uk/IXBpe to read the full story.

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If you are looking for things to do this half term, there's lots of fun activities happening across the city. There's plenty to choose from at Yo wolves including arts & crafts, drama, music and film making to name but a few. Book half term fun today 👉 https://orlo.uk/KKLsf

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City of Wolverhampton Council is providing support during the February half term to help families in need. Access to free food is available for school-aged children who currently receive benefits related free school meals. Please apply here 👉https://orlo.uk/2LAEV

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City of Wolverhampton Council is providing support during the February half term to help families in need. Access to free food is available for school-aged children who currently receive benefits related free school meals. Please apply here 👉https://orlo.uk/O8dZ6

28/01/2022

Children and young people with a current / protected benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM) claim are being offered free access to food, funded through the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Household Support Fund, during the February 2022 half-term holiday week (21 to 27 February 2022).

To access this support, your child must be in Reception to Year 13 inclusive, attending a qualifying Wolverhampton school or Academy and have a current / protected benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM) in place.

You will need to register your interest online at www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/February between Friday 28 January and Sunday 6 February 2022 inclusive, if your child is attending a qualifying setting in Wolverhampton and:
• your child has a current / protected FSM claim in place; or
• you meet the statutory eligibility criteria for benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM), not Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM)

If you don’t meet these requirements, please contact your child/ren’s school/s, childcare provider or other educational setting to discuss your circumstances in confidence.

If you don't have access to the internet, you can apply by calling the Stay Safe Be Kind helpline on (01902) 290241 (during office hours) between Monday 31 January and Friday 4 February 2022 inclusive.
UIFSM are free meals provided to all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, regardless of their family circumstances. These are only available during term-time to children who are attending school.

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Testing rules for people without Covid-19 symptoms are changing temporarily – meaning that, from today, you don't need to get a confirmatory PCR test if you record a positive result from a rapid (LFD) test.

You must still report the result via https://orlo.uk/7PPEd and self-isolate immediately. You will be able to leave self-isolation seven days after the date of your initial positive test if you receive two negative rapid test results, 24 hours apart, on days six and seven.

If you have symptoms of Covid-19, you must self-isolate immediately and book a PCR test online at https://orlo.uk/sGCaW or by calling 119.

Please note that due to unprecedented demand nationally, home rapid Covid-19 test kits are currently limited to one box per person, so please instead consider ordering home test kits online via www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests. The process is quick and easy and you will receive a box of seven tests, delivered via Royal Mail, in as little as 24 hours.

Please click https://orlo.uk/bDhfb to read the full story.

08/12/2021

CHANGE OF ARRANGEMENTS: Tomorrow children can come to school in a Christmas jumper or jumper of their choice. Children DO NOT need to wear any school uniform tomorrow. Thanks

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Deadline to apply: Today...Friday 26th November.

Support is available during the Christmas school holidays for families with school-aged children who currently receive benefits related free school meals. Applications close 26th November. To apply, please go to https://orlo.uk/i3pzQ

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City of Wolverhampton Council is providing support during the Christmas school holidays to help families in need to access free activities, and food for their school-aged children who currently receive benefits related free school meals. To apply visit https://orlo.uk/LiUZL

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Parents and guardians of children who will start school in Wolverhampton for the first time in September 2022 are being urged to apply for places online at https://orlo.uk/CzXl7 now.

The window for applications for reception class places at infant and primary schools in the city opened today (Wednesday 10 November) and Councillor Dr Michael Hardacre, Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and work said: “The application process is straightforward and should only take a few minutes to complete. Please make sure your get your applications in by the deadline of 15 January 2022, as applying after this time could have a detrimental effect on your chance of securing a place at one of your preferred schools.”

He added: “It’s important to remember that even if your child is in nursery provision at primary or infant school you still need to apply for a reception class place for them.”

Please click https://orlo.uk/Zz60X to read the full story.

03/11/2021

Bonfire Night Menu - Friday 5th November

Therapeutic and Mental Health Teaching Assistants for The Ark St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School | City Of Wolverhampton Council 02/11/2021

Therapeutic and Mental Health Teaching Assistants for The Ark St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School | City Of Wolverhampton Council

Therapeutic and Mental Health Teaching Assistants for The Ark St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School | City Of Wolverhampton Council £21,589 - £24,313 (pro rata). 37 hours per week, term time only. Permanent. Required for 1 February, 2022. Closing date Monday 8 November, 2021.

21/10/2021

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

For track and trace purposes if your child displays Covid19 symptoms on Saturday 23rd October 2021 or Sunday 24th October 2021 YOU MUST immediately get a PCR Test and notify school via email, this may have implications for staff members. Thank you.

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🏊🏾‍♂️ We still have places available on our FREE crash swimming courses this October half term!

The courses are at Bilston for children aged 5 and over. We are not offering beginners courses for those aged 8 and over. Each attendee will get a FREE packed lunch after their lesson too!

Call 01902 551010 to book now.

https://orlo.uk/WdqcA

Therapeutic and Mental Health Teaching Assistants for The Ark St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School | City Of Wolverhampton Council 19/10/2021

Therapeutic and Mental Health Teaching Assistants for The Ark St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School | City Of Wolverhampton Council

We are currently recruiting staff for our brand new SEMH Resource Base, The Ark.

Therapeutic and Mental Health Teaching Assistants for The Ark St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School | City Of Wolverhampton Council £21,589 - £24,313 (pro rata). 37 hours per week, term time only. Permanent. Required for 1 February, 2022. Closing date Monday 8 November, 2021.

19/10/2021

Super hero day menu - Wednesday 20th October 2021

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The deadline to complete application forms for students starting secondary school in 2022 as year 7 is 31 October.

Apply online here - https://orlo.uk/VJev7

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Wolverhampton's libraries are once again offering a packed programme of regular and holiday events for young bookworms, following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

They include Baby Book Time sessions at Bilston and Central Children's libraries and Bilston Library and Storytime sessions for under fives at Warstones, Wednesfield and Central Children's libraries.

In addition, there are a number of activities taking place over half-term, including a poetry workshop and story and craft sessions.

Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "It is great to be able to welcome youngsters back into our libraries to enjoy popular activities like Baby Book Times, storytimes and craft sessions. This is just a starting point and, all being well, we hope to launch more sessions in our other libraries in the new year.”

Please click https://orlo.uk/PZXT9 to read the full story.

Videos (show all)

St Michael's Christmas Service 2020
Harvest Festival Service 2020
LIVE Worship - 17 July 2020
St Michael's School Song
Lily's Radio Interview
A School Day At St Michael's School
A Tour Of St Michael's Primary School
Worship - Friday 3rd July 2020
Worship - Thursday 2nd July 2020
Worship - Wednesday 1st July 2020

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St Michael's CE A Primary School, Lower Street
Wolverhampton
WV6 9AF

Opening Hours

Monday 8:45am - 3:20pm
Tuesday 8:45am - 3:20pm
Wednesday 8:45am - 3:20pm
Thursday 8:45am - 3:20pm
Friday 8:45am - 3:20pm

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