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Positive Relationships

"I will praise You because I have been fearfully and wonderfully made” Psalm 139: 13-14

At St Michael's Church School, we pride ourselves on developing and maintaining positive relationships with the children in our care.

We know and value that every child is unique and has individual needs.

We deeply believe in Forgiveness and Reconciliation so if a child has one bad day, tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start and a chance to embrace something new.

As a school, all staff have been trained in Early Brain Development, Attachment and STEPs which means we are working from a positive mindset when dealing with behaviour and forging relationships with each other and children.   

 

Pupil Voice

We asked our children what they think about our school, here are their responses:

 

How do we look after each other?

“We are loyal to our friends”

“We help to keep each other safe”

“We are kind to one another”

“We are taught to be good Christians”

“We make great friendships”

“We show respect to each other”

 

How do we look after each other?

“We are loyal to our friends”

“We help to keep each other safe”

“We are kind to one another”

“We are taught to be good Christians”

“We make great friendships”

“We show respect to each other”

 

What is great about our school?

“We have great friends at school”

“The teachers are lovely”

“Our teachers make learning fun!”

“I love our Collective Worship time together”

“Learning with our fabulous teachers”

“Having challenging learning”

 

How is school like a church family?

“We are kind to each other”

“We are taught about Christians and how to be kind to one another”

 

What do you hope for your future?

“Our school teaches us to be kind to others.”

“Our school teaches us how to work with others and gives us a good education.”

“Our school helps us to know what to do in different situations”

“Gives us hope that we can do the best we can in our learning”

“St Michaels helps us to learn how to look after each other”