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Our school Twitter feed

We are very excited to have a school twitter feed where we can share news and events. 

The autumn term begins for children in Years 1-6  on Friday 3 September.

Home visits for children beginning in our Reception class will begin on Friday 3 September.  Our new Reception class begin school on Wednesday 8 September at 9.00-12.00.

Online Safety if you  are concerned about the way someone has been communicating online with you or your child use the link below to make a report to a National CEOP Advisor.  This links through directly to CEOP managed by a command of the National Crime Agency

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Term dates- scroll down to see them

Welcome to St Michael's Primary School in the village of Withyham.  We are a small Community School with wonderful children, dedicated staff, a strong Governing Body and supportive parents.  

St Michael’s is set in a beautiful village, offering each child high quality learning opportunities.  Our strength is our size, we know each child as an individual, ensuring teaching and learning meets the needs and interests of each pupil.

Our mission statement is 'learning and growing together'.  As well as high quality teaching, we offer a broader curriculum related to the local countryside. We grow herbs by the school entrance for use in cookery lessons, We have a well-tended school garden and  we sell produce after school on Fridays to the community during the growing season. I look forward to meeting you

Mrs O'Shea Headteacher

During our Ofsted inspection in March 2018 Inspectors said: The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.  The school has  retained the charm and appeal that makes St Michael’s a popular school with parents, carers and pupils alike.' 'Parents really like the small, family feel of the school.... many parents choose to travel to St Michael’s from further afield because of the care and guidance you offer to your pupils.'

Term dates 2021-23

As the additional bank holiday on 3 June 2022 falls within the spring break (half-term) in East Sussex a report is being presented to the Lead Member for Education and Inclusion, Special Educational Needs and Disability meeting on 22 July 2021.  The report will recommend to the Lead Member that the 2021/22 school year finishes one day early, on 21 July 2022.

Should the Lead Member approve the change to the final day of the 2021/22 academic year, a new school term and holiday calendar for 2021/22 will be uploaded to the local authority’s website.  Headteachers will be notified on 6 August 2021.. 

Training Days Wednesday 1 September and Thursday 2 September are training (INSET) days.  We also have training day on Monday 3 January 2022.  Two other training days will be confirmed at a later date. Term 1 begins on Friday 3 September 2021 for years 1-6.  Reception children begin school on Wednesday 8 September 2021.

Children Taking Medicines in School We are unable to administer medicines unless the form below has been completed (this is in word so it may be returned to us via e-mail if easier).Please note: medicines must be in their orginal packaging with dosage information included.  Ms Udell and Mrs O'Shea have received specific training to administer medicines.  The form below is a crucial part of our procedures, please hand this information in at the office or if easier email it to the school office at:  office@st-michaels.e-sussex.sch.uk.  Thank you for your support and understanding in ensuring we can always administer medicines safely in school.

Our Library was Opened by the author Chris Riddell

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The 'CLICK CEOP' button below clicks through directly to a page to report any e-safety concerns.  

CEOP is managed by a command of the National Crime Agency.

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