Start of school day : 7:55am sharp – Gates open from 7:30am
End of school day:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 4:00pm
Friday – 3:00 pm
Friday football ends at 5:00 pm.
Times of Day
|7.55am - 8.15am||Form time or Assembly|
|8.15am - 9.15am||Period 1|
|9.15am - 10.15am||Period 2|
|10.15am - 10.30am||Break|
|10.30am - 11.30am||Period 3|
|11.30am - 12.30pm||Period 4|
|12.30pm - 1.30pm||Lunch|
|1.30pm - 2.30pm||Period 5|
|2.30pm - 3.30pm||Period 6|
|3.30pm - 4pm||Form time|
|4pm||End of day and after school clubs|
This Half Term’s trip will occur on Thursday 30 March. Pupils will be dismissed between 2.30pm – 3pm.
Year 7 – Natural History Museum
Year 8 – National Gallery
Year 9 – Imperial War Museum/War Cabinet Rooms
Sport at Michaela
All pupils are expected to do PE at Michaela every week. The only exceptions will be for genuine medical reasons.
Please ensure that your child comes to school with their full sports kit. Please also ensure that all items of sports kit are labelled. At the very least families should mark items with the child’s initials. A permanent marker pen can be used to mark initials on the inside of trainers and on the yellow section of the school football socks. Pupils should also bring a Michaela water bottle to school on PE days. This too should be clearly marked with the child’s initials using a permanent market pen.
Pupils who fail to bring their PE kit will stay at school where they will do extra work. These pupils will also do a detention after school on the same day for 30 minutes. Currently this would be Tuesday for year 7, Wednesday for year 8 and Thursday for year 9. Repeat offenders will also be placed in lunch time detention on Friday.
Pupils who are fasting are not expected to participate in PE lessons if they choose. If they choose not to participate in PE lessons they will remain in school to carry out additional revision. If fasting pupils do choose to take part in PE lessons, they should notify a member of staff immediately if they feel that the physical activity is too strenuous.
We are a vegetarian school. All pupils attend family lunch daily. There are no exceptions. There are no packed lunches at Michaela. No food or drink is to be brought on to the school site. This includes all sweets, snacks, drinks and chewing gum. The school provides a morning snack for all pupils as well as a two course lunch.
Pupils sit at allocated tables of seven for lunch. Each table is led by an adult or a pupil who has been awarded the status of “Future Leader”. Each pupil has their own specified role at lunch. Each day a topic for discussion is set. Each day we celebrate acts of kindness as a whole school community. At the end of family lunch pupils have around thirty minutes in which they may do homework or spend some time socialising in the school yard.
At all times pupils are closely supervised by adults. This helps foster our central message that pupils should be kind to others. This also helps ensure that bullying does not occur.
Family lunch is squarely focused upon building strong common values and a sense of school community. W We pride ourselves on being a school with strong morals at our core. Family lunch, where all pupils come together for the duration, is a key part of this moral focus. We rigorously endeavour to avoid any potential for sectarianism in school. Instead we actively create systems which ensure all pupils, regardless of race or religion, mix fully throughout the school day.
Payments for Lunch & Snacks
As of May 2015 the cost of lunch and daily snacks is £2.50 per day, £12.50 per week, £75.00 per 6 week period. Families must pay for lunch and snacks in half-termly instalments to reach the school by the start of each new half term.
Payments are due on the following dates for the 2016/17 year:
15th September 1st November
1st January 1st March
15th April 1st June
To make a payment, please visit Parentpay.
Please call the office on 0208 795 3183 if you experience any difficulties making payments.
If families have a free school meal application pending they must still pay for lunch and snacks in advance. If the free school meal application is agreed, over payment will be reimbursed.
Find out more about Michaela by viewing our page on the Department for Education’s Performance Tables Website here: https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/140862
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If you would require any further information on the above or would like a paper copy of any of the information on our website, please email Ms Squire at firstname.lastname@example.org