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St Michael's CE (A) Primary School Ofsted Report (December 2017)

St Michael's CE (A) Primary School - SIAMS Report 2023

St. Michael’s is an aided Church of England School and has strong links with St. Michael and All Angels’ Church in Tettenhall Regis Parish. As a church school, it is run by the Church Authorities in co-operation with the Local Education Authority. Our school was erected about 1825 and refurbished in 1995.

As an Aided school we show a positive Christian emphasis in worship, religious educational teaching and our general ethos.

St. Michael’s is set on the north western side of Wolverhampton on the A41 not far from the village of Tettenhall. There is a playing field at the back of the school, a school pond, a wild garden and a nature walk which can be used for environmental work.

The school is a two storey building with Foundation and Key Stage One classrooms downstairs and Key Stage Two classrooms upstairs. There is an outdoor Reception classroom which is used on a daily basis regardless of inclement weather.

St. Michael’s is a one form entry with seven classes. Children range from four to eleven years of age. As there is currently no nursery attached to the school the Reception class is made up of children from different nurseries. The children settle into school life during an induction period prior to their admission. The maximum class size in Key Stage One is 30 children.

Inclusion Statement

At St Michael’s CE (A) Primary School we are committed to ensuring equality of education and opportunity for all pupils, staff, parents and carers receiving services from the school, irrespective of race, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, pregnancy and maternity, and age for staff. We will adhere to the legal definitions of these protected characteristics as set out by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) code of practice.


We aim to develop a culture of inclusion and diversity, in which all those connected to the school feel proud of their identity and able to participate fully in school life.


The achievement of pupils will be monitored by race, sex, age and disability and we will use this data to support pupils, raise standards and ensure inclusive teaching. We will tackle discrimination by the positive promotion of equality, challenging bullying and stereotypes and creating an environment which champions respect for all. We believe that diversity is a strength, which should be respected and celebrated by all those who learn, teach and visit here.

Magic Breakfast

St Michael's CE (A) Primary School is proud to be in partnership with Magic Breakfast, providing healthy breakfasts to our pupils so that they are settled and ready to learn.


Magic Breakfast provides us with nutritious breakfast food to ensure children start their school day in the best possible way. Breakfast gives children the energy needed for the busy school morning, enabling them to focus on their lessons.


In a recent survey of the children at St Michael's, it is clear that some children have had no breakfast and many have the wrong type of breakfast. Many children report they have a very sugary breakfast which will initially fill them up and give them a quick rush of energy, but will not keep them going throughout the morning.


We do not expect the free breakfast to completely replace a breakfast at home for everyone. However, there will be enough food available for the children who choose to have their breakfast once they arrive at school.


We  deliver the breakfast in the following way:

Class Bagels or Toast – A warm bagel or toast is offered to every child in their classroom when they arrive in the morning. Each bagel/slice of toast is cut into small pieces to allow the children to eat as much or as little as they like. 

From September we will be trialling, Cereal Friday in two classes.


We are really pleased to be able to offer this to the children of St Michael's as, looking at evidence from school locally and nationally, having a low sugar, high wholegrain breakfast makes a big difference to the children.