We are proud of the work which we do at St Michael's to promote sustainability and the environment.
Students are actively involved through a variety of projects including student allotments growing produce, memorial gardens, facilities for birds, working at the local duck pond. Areas of the site include rushes and reeds where a variety of bird-life flourish which leads to useful educational possibilities.
We won Merseyside Environmental Champion award in 2012!
Recently we won an award in the local 'in bloom' competition - well done to all those who took part!
A large number of trees have been planted within our extensive grounds.
In 2015 we opened a major project for the school - 'St Michael's Mere' - the transformation of an overgrown area of our large site into a superb woodland walk with a seasonal pond. His worship the Mayor was joined by members of the local authority and Diocese of Liverpool at the opening ceremony on May 1st 2015.
Students are able to learn about the environment and natural processes and alos experience the peace and tranquility for themselves.
Our extensive grounds are maintained to a high standard and are a great contribution to the well being of students and staff alike
Mrs K Smith leads our eco work