St. Michael's Church of England High School

Specialist Music with English College



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2014 GCSE Reults

GCSE Results Day The number of students gaining 5 or more A* - C Including English &… More...

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Formby Coaches Between Magdalene Square and St Michael’s High School Via Netherton and… More...

Sixth Form News June 2014

Goodbye to Year 13 The first graduating class of St Michael’s new Sixth Form spent their… More...

Year 11 Celebration Service 2014

Year 11 Celebration Service 2014 Tuesday 17th June the whole of year 11 came together to… More...

Robot Challenge Grand Final

The Robot Challenge Grand Final St Michael’s year 10 boys, Brogan Faulkner, Jonathon Wu,… More...

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Another egg-sciting day at St Michael’s today as the school farm project moved forwards… More...

Maths Competion 2014

Maths Competition 2014 Year 10 On Wednesday 12th March 4 of our brightest Year 10… More...

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 2014 GCSE Results Day 


The number of students gaining 5 or more A* - C

Including English & Maths has risen by 7%.


Number of students gaining A*- C grades in English has risen by 14%

and exceed national average by 10%.


Our most successful students achieved 5 A*and 4 A grades.


Dr Hulme,

congratulated students taking GCSEs in 2014 on their achievements.

“I am proud of the hardworking and self disciplined approach shown consistently by our students, which, along with the support of their parents and our staff has enabled them to achieve excellent results once again.”


St. Michael’s “Bucks the Trend”

“It is particularly pleasing to see a rise of 14% in the vital subject of English, exceeding national averages by 10% at a time of considerable change in the education system which saw a drop in English results nationally. Results have also risen in the great majority of subjects across the school."


St Michael’s Church of England High School is one of only four specialist Music with English colleges in the country.

We look forward to welcoming our students back to our Sixth form learning centre.

Outstanding individual achievements in this year’s GCSE results include Joe Roscoe and Ben Hawkins with 9 A*/A grades 




St Michael's Head Boy and Girl 

Head Boy and Girl 2014


The Robot Challenge Grand Final

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s year 10 boys, Brogan Faulkner, Jonathon Wu, Sam Hitchen and Shaun Baker became runners up on Tuesday 17th July, at the Robot Challenge Grand Final at Aintree Race Course. The event coincided with the International Festival for Business and was hosted by Liverpool Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and MerseySTEM to promote engineering and technology amongst young people.


More than 50 schools from Knowsley, the Wirral, Sefton, Halton and St Helens competed in the round robin heats in their local boroughs by building robots helped by manufacturing employers in the region.


The robots then had to compete in a series of challenges and winners and runners-up from each heat went forward to the Robot ChallengeGrand Final.


The final consisted of West Derby, St Ambrose Barlow, St Michael’s C of E, St Margaret’s, Halewood, St Edmund Arrowsmith, Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy, Wallesey School, Cowley International college and Caldy Grange.


St Michael’s went through to the final undefeated and were unlucky not to win. On behalf of St Michael’s, the students would like to congratulate West Derby on winning the competition.


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