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Statement of Values

'Aiming to realise a child's true potential within a Christian Ethos'.

We belong to St Michael’s School

At St Michael’s School we have certain values and beliefs to uphold. These are expressed in our School Mission Statement. The Mission Statement forms the framework for all the School’s developments; it sets out the fundamental purposes and values of the school, which are the basis for its actions, policies and relationships; it affects certain areas of distinctiveness in a church school and encompasses:
The education it offers its pupils (the whole curriculum).
Its commitments to the staff, pupils and parents (the school community).
Its services to the Church and Parish (the wider community).
The management of the school (building, grounds, resources and finance).

Message from Rev'd Peter Organ
“And now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love.” 
1 Corinthians 13.13

It’s been my privilege to have been involved in the life of St Michael’s School on and off since 2001, as school chaplain, and more recently as Vicar of the parish.

The school manifests our diocesan bishop’s call to mission:
· In faith- Staff and pupils are confidant in speaking about their Christian faith, and the school day is built around times for prayer and worship, whilst at the same time, members of other faiths are respected and welcomed too.
· In hope- No matter what their backgrounds or personal circumstances, the school encourages the best in pupils.
· In love- striving to provide a supportive learning community, and encouraging the children to focus on growing together in love for one another.
The school is an integral and much loved part of the parish which I serve, and it’s staff and pupils are in my prayers daily.
God bless,
Rev’d Peter Organ,
Vicar, St Michael East Wickham.

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