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St Michael`s C E Infant School
Douglas Road, ME16 8ER, UK Maidstone
+44 (0)1622 751398

Church of England Infant School

To teach a child is to touch a life forever

Our Vision

St Michael’s Church of England Infant School aspires to excellence in all areas of school life enabling each child to fulfil their potential, and following the values and teachings of the Christian faith.

Mission Statement

We provide a happy and stimulating learning environment in which all members of the school can grow in self-esteem and develop their full potential. We expect high academic standards and deliver a broad and balanced curriculum.

The aims of our school

At St Michael’s Church of England Infant School we aim to provide an environment where children can be happy so that they are able to enjoy their education.

  • We aim to assist children in developing intellectual, personal, spiritual, social and moral values from a Christian view, while also sharing respect for other religions and other ways of life.

  • We aim to make all children feel valued and want them all to receive support according to their needs.

  • We aim to maintain, and develop in children, lively and enquiring minds.

  • We aim to foster attitudes that will instil self- confidence, a sense of personal worth and help them to acquire knowledge and skills relevant to life and work in a changing world.


Click on the links below to visit our classes and see what we have been doing! You can also read our weekly newsletters by clicking on the links below.

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The Kent Messenger came to school a while ago to take a picture of all our Reception children together, it was published in the Kent Messenger last week, if you missed this or would like to order a copy please go to or visit your local Kent Messenger office.
The photo numbers are pd1091840 and pd1091842.

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St Michael’s Church of England Infant School admits pupils at the beginning of the Autumn Term. The early establishment of good relationships between home and school is important to ensure the children’s entry into school is a positive and enjoyable experience.

All families are offered a home visit or an individual liaison meeting at school by a member of staff. These have been found to be invaluable especially when the families have had no previous links with the school. Preschool visits take place in the term before entry when the children have the opportunity to visit their class and meet their teacher. During the pre-school visits the parents are welcomed by the Headteacher and given extra information on all aspects of school life. An information booklet is distributed which contains some practical suggestions of how best to prepare young children for school.

If the school is over subscribed, the Kent County Council Admissions Criteria will be used to determine further admissions. The admission arrangements for disabled pupils are the same as for any other pupils. The school will do everything possible to ensure such pupils are treated fairly and have the same opportunities as other children.


We offer a broad based curriculum in line with national requirements with an overall focus on the education of the whole child. However, an emphasis is placed on achievements in Literacy and Numeracy.

A whole Key Stage Curriculum plan has been developed and the staff work in Year Group teams to ensure consistency, balance and progression.

Our Assessment, Recording and Reporting Policy ensures the staff are continuously focusing on pupil achievement, hence pupil performance and standards.

Foundation Stage

Pupils within the Foundation Stage experience six areas of learning:

  • Personal, social and emotional development

  • Communication

  • Language and literacy

  • Mathematical development

  • Knowledge and understanding of the world

  • Physical development and creative development.

The Foundation Stage includes pupils from Nursery age through to the end of the Reception Year.

The Reception curriculum is planned and resourced to allow each pupil to expand and develop his or her skills in a safe, caring environment. Opportunities for learning are developed through a broad range of both indoor and outdoor activities.

Extra-Curricular Activities

A variety of after school clubs are organised for Year 2 children from January to July - Music, Drama, Cookery, Art and Computer Clubs. We also have a football club which is open to all age groups throughout the year.

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