Meet our Christian Ethos Team
Josh is our full-time School Chaplain, guiding students through the ups and downs of life and pointing them to Jesus. As well as co-ordinating Collective Worship and organising whole-group charity events with our Make A Difference group, Josh also co-leads our Worship Band and Big Questions Club, and directs our school musical.
L23 Youth Worker
Ethan is a Christian youth worker, employed by local churches to serve the young people of the L23 area. Ethan co-leads our Worship Band and Big Questions Club, and runs Friday Night Youth at StoryHouse Coffee Shop, which some of our students attend.
Click HERE to find out more about our links with StoryHouse Community Church.
Mr J Morrin
As Headteacher, a key part of Mr Morrin's role within St Michael's is to ensure that our Christian Vision is impacting all of school life. Mr Morrin chairs termly Ethos Committee meetings, where staff and governors seek to review and enhance our effectiveness in allowing all in our school family to grow in wisdom and stature, just as Jesus did.
Make A Difference (MAD)
Our Make A Difference group is made up of Year 10 students who gives up their time to serve our school family and our wider community. Their work displays our Christian Values as they show our Christian Ethos in action.
Our Worship Leaders are students volunteers who are a key part of our Christian Ethos team. As well as helping form tutors to lead morning form-time worship, they also help create and deliver Collective Worship and whole-school church services.
Revd Neil Short
Reverend at St Michael's Blundellsands
Neil is the vicar at St Michael's, a church with whom we have strong links. Neil often helps lead our Christmas and Easter Services which we hold at the church, as well as occasionally delivering Collective Worship in school for our students.
Click HERE to find out more about our links with St Michael's Blundellsands church.
Reader at St Michael's Blundellsands
Helen is a Reader at St Michael's Bludellsands, as well as serving as one of our school governors. Helen often supports whole-school church services, and has delivered Communion services and Agape Meals within school.
The Chapel is a warm and inviting room at the heart of the school which has been decorated and designed with help from our students. It provides students and staff the space and opportunity chance to relax, reflect, and pray.