Head Teacher: Mr B Mallon | Deputy Head: Miss A Prentice
London Road, Woolmer Green, Herts. SG3 6JP | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 01438 813267 | Fax: 01438 815623
Mr B Mallon - Head Teacher
Parents who are considering a place for their child at St Michael's Woolmer Green are warmly invited to visit the school. Please telephone for an appointment and for a full copy of the prospectus.
In joining St Michael's Woolmer Green your child will be part of a community which shares Christian values where everyone works together to create a happy and secure environment. It is our aim to care for particular needs of each child to ensure that every opportunity is provided for all pupils to develop and reach their full potential.
In order to achieve this we look forward to working in partnership with you as your child progresses through the school and we encourage you to visit us to discuss your child's development.
Above all this is a caring school, with caring adults, who seek to develop positive relationships with our parents and children. Together we can ensure that your child will benefit from an exciting and enriching education at St Michael's Woolmer Green and will enjoy a happy and successful time here.
We would like to welcome everyone back to St Michael's School for the beginning of the Spring Term. We hope that you all had a lovely break and are ready to begin 2017 with renewed energy!
Our music and school choir assembly will be on Monday 19th December at 9.15am in the hall. Children who play a musical instrument are invited to play at our assembly on this day. Our school choir will also be singing, hosted by Mrs Hewitt. Parents and carers are most welcome to join us.
The Friends' Christmas Jumper Day will be on Wednesday 21st December this year. Please bring a £1 donation to participate. If your child does not have a Christmas jumper it could be a t shirt, a Christmas hat or anything else Christmassey in addition to their school uniform.
Beech Class competed in a Badminton competition for local schools at Stanborough on Thursday. The team played well and won most of their matches, but the overall winners that took home the cup were Applecroft School.
Thank you so much to those who donated to this worthwhile charity. So far we have collected £170, which is wonderful. The Friends.
This week, across the school, the children will be focussing on a new document called "Understanding Christianity". They will be discussing and writing about Christianity as well as other world religions, and doing linked practical activities. This time will give them opportunities to reflect on their religious understanding.