At St. Michael’s, our shared understanding of spiritual development is that:

Spiritual development is the growth of the human spirit, a spirit that cannot be seen, but is something that makes the individual precious and unique. It is essentially developing character and spirit, exploring the deep meaning of being human and responding to the experiences of life and living.

What does ‘developing character and spirit‘ look like?

Membership of the Intergenerational Community Club, a year 6 child raising money for the ‘Make a Wish’ charity by shaving her head of hair, a year 4 child sharing his medical journey and experiences of being born with a cleft palate and his ongoing fundraising for CLAPA – presenting this to all of the school, regular visits to Manor Lodge as a Dementia Friendly Hub school…and much more…..

Have a look at our Prayer Tree!

At St Michael’s, our beliefs, values and school life reflect the teachings of the Bible.


Reflection space

God is…

We have displayed pupil views reflecting their understanding of who or what ‘God is…..’

On their journey through St Michael’s, pupil viewpoints change and develop, this is reflected in their representations:

Our Uniqueness

Forest Schools

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Year 3 Cathedral

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Bhaktividanta Temple

Coming soon…..

Golden Rule

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