Teaching and Learning


At St Michael’s we strive to develop and inspire courageous, respectful and resilient learners encouraging them to serve with kindness and tolerance guided by our Christian values so that they can flourish, living ‘life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10).

Our Curriculum Vision

At St Michael’s, we strive for our children to develop a love of learning and enjoy the learning opportunities that are given to them. We want our curriculum to inspire them and encourage them to use the skills we have taught them to find out new knowledge themselves as independent learners. Our desire is that all our children develop a deep understanding of the knowledge and skills required as part of the National Curriculum and from Lichfield Diocese Board of Education, as well as striving to provide experiences beyond the classroom. 

Every child has the right to the best possible education. At St. Michael’s we aim to ensure that all children, regardless of ability, special educational needs and disability (SEND) or circumstances, reach their full potential and gain the skills and knowledge necessary to lead successful lives. This policy provides procedures aimed towards ensuring high quality teaching and learning throughout the school.