Head Teacher: Mr B Mallon | Assistant Headteacher: Mrs K Rawson                          
London Road, Woolmer Green, Herts. SG3 6JP | Email: admin@woolmergreen.herts.sch.uk | Tel: 01438 813267 | Fax: 01438 815623                      

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Parents who are considering a place for their child at St Michael's Woolmer Green are warmly invited to visit the school. Please telephone for an appointment and for a full copy of the prospectus.

In joining St Michael's Woolmer Green your child will be part of a community which shares Christian values where everyone works together to create a happy and secure environment. It is our aim to care for particular needs of each child to ensure that every opportunity is provided for all pupils to develop and reach their full potential.

In order to achieve this we look forward to working in partnership with you as your child progresses through the school and we encourage you to visit us to discuss your child's development.

Above all this is a caring school, with caring adults, who seek to develop positive relationships with our parents and children. Together we can ensure that your child will benefit from an exciting and enriching education at St Michael's Woolmer Green and will enjoy a happy and successful time here.

Latest Blogs

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Beech Class visit to Monks Walk Languages Festival
Beech (Year 5)

We had a fantastic morning at Monks Walk School Languages Festival.  The children were given the opportunity to make 'Tartiflette' or make a German Mask or Salsa dance with the infamous 'Fire!'  Go to the gallery to see our wonderful photos.

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Elm - Cuffley Camp Summer trip
Elm (Year 4)

We all had a great day at Cuffley Camp. We enjoyed problem solving, orienteering and an assault course. Have a look at some of our pictures in the Gallery.

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Teddy bears' picnic
Sycamore (Reception)
On Thursday 16th July at 2.30pm Sycamore class will be having a Teddy Bears’ Picnic (to say goodbye to Mrs Corcoran) and the children are invited to bring one teddy from home. Please could you make sure that they bring one bear with them on the day, preferably with the child’s name on the label if it is possible, to avoid any mix up between bears! Any kind of bear is allowed to the picnic, large or small, although it might be best not to bring any expensive or precious bears just in case they get damaged or dirty during the school day.  Pa...
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Arts Week photos in the Gallery
Office Blog

Each class chose their own film on which to base their Arts Week projects. Sycamore chose Finding Nemo, Willow chose Paddington, Cherry 'Monsters Inc.', Redwood 'The Philosopher's Stone', Elm 'Up', Beech 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and Oak chose 'The Wizard of Oz'. Thanks must go to Mrs Corcoran for some fabulous organisation and a wonderful collection of photographs. Please look in the Gallery to have a look at some of them.

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Willow create minibeasts...
Willow (Year 1)

Willlow class had great fun creating minibeasts. They planned their creatures on paper, and then painted their designs onto large pebbles. Finally they created a habitat for their minibeast. Please look at the Gallery for photos.


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Camp Festival
Office Blog

The Camp Festival was a wonderful family/community occasion. Thank you to all those who took part in organising the festivities. Everyone had a great time and the weather held out for us all. The Friends will publish monies raised in due course, but in the meantime please have a look at a few photos in the Gallery. 

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Arts week photos and videos
Office Blog

Arts week was a huge success, filled with art, film making, music and dance based on a film chosen by each class. The children have been excited to learn and have impressed their teachers with their imagination and creativity. Thank you for your help and support with providing resources and do keep an eye on the website for Arts Week film showings and photos which will be uploaded this week on class pages and in the gallery.

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Elm do a helium balloon experiment...
Elm (Year 4)
As part of our Arts Week work based on the film 'Up', Elm class carried out a helium balloon investigation. They tried to get a balloon to hover and carry a message! Please see photographs on our class page from tomorrow (Tuesday).


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Governor news...
The Learning and Pupil Progress Committee met on 3rd June with a full and exciting agenda to work through. Mrs Rawson updated the Governors on Literacy issues. I am pleased to say she was able to paint a very positive picture with pupils' making excellent progress with their writing. The development of writing in all classes was the School's Priority Area 2 for this year. Our progress was moderated externally and an outstanding report on pupils' attainment in writing resulted. Writing in RE books is particularly strong. ...
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Photos from Walkern Saxon Church
Elm (Year 4)

Please go to the Gallery to see some photos of our wonderful trip to Walkern when we visited the Saxon Church.

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Our School Values Tree

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The History of St Michael’s

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St Michael's Church

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My trip to the House of Lords. BM.

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Be Cool, Walk to School

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