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Welcome to our School

 

Welcome to Aughton St. Michael’s CE School website. I trust it will provide you with an insight into what our school is about.

   Aughton St Michael’s is a small school within the village of Aughton, an area where the vast majority of our children reside. Our school provides a caring, happy and friendly Christian environment in which all of our children are seen as special and unique. We are committed to providing the best possible education to every child in our care, through which they can achieve their potential as individuals. 

   The strong Christian ethos of St Michael’s ensures our children feel part of our school family, in which they matter. Whilst striving for academic excellence, we encourage our children to become confident, independent and resilient young people. Our key values of honesty, compassion, doing your best, communicating effectively and resilience underpin all that is done within our school.

   We are committed to instilling in our children a life -long love for learning that will equip them to succeed in today’s ever-changing society. Whilst we follow the National Curriculum, we strive to make learning exciting and fun. Trips out and visitors play an important part in their learning. We are extremely fortunate to have vast school grounds, within which we have our own Forest School. The children access these areas as part of their curriculum. 

   We have high expectations not only academically but in terms of behaviour. Our children respond well to these and I am extremely proud of each and everyone of them. 

   Parents are key to the success of the child’s education. We value the relationships we have with our parents and constantly seek to build on these. Our ‘Open Door’ policy and close working relationships, ensures parents are involved with their child’s education 

   The local community is seen as a valuable asset. As such, we enjoy positive relationships within it and the children feel proud to be part of it. 

   I hope you find our website useful, but should you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

Fiona Cottam

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