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St. Michael’s Parent Teacher Association Update

Parent Teacher Associations are a fantastic way for parents and guardians to get involved in their local schools through voluntary support and fundraising activities We recently caught up with St. Michael’s First School PTA to hear what they’re up to as the Autumn term is filled with activities that encompass bonfire night and Christmas! The St. Michael’s PTA has a ...

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Eleven School Join Forces for Choir En Masse

A 350-strong choir, including youngsters at a Stone school, were put together by top flight vocalists in one afternoon for a mass sing-along. Singers from St Michael’s First School united with choirs from 10 other schools when they gathered for a community choral day led by four expert tutors. In a series of workshops at Stafford Grammar School, pupils, aged ...

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Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations at St Michael’s First School

Julie Silvester, a teacher at St Michael’s First School in Stone, sent us these pictures of the school’s celebrations to commemorate Her Majesty The Queen’s recent 90th birthday. The children and staff all came dressed in red, white and blue attire – very patriotic.  A tea party was held in the afternoon, which began with everyone singing the National Anthem. Money ...

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Stone 10k – entries now open

stone 10k

Entries are now open for the Stone 10k road race, which takes place this year on Sunday 19th June. This year’s will be the 22nd time that the popular two-lap race around the town has taken place. It’s grown into a permanent fixture in the running calendar, with people travelling from all over the country to take part. It’s one of the flattest ...

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Thank you for the music, Mrs Campbell-Kelly!

All the very best to Sue Campbell-Kelly, the acting head of St Michael’s First School, who is retiring at the end of today (Friday 17th July). Today’s leavers’ service at the school will be a particularly emotional one as the hugely popular Mrs Campbell-Kelly bows out after 18 years at the school. Sue’s involvement with the school began as a helper ...

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Stone Choral Society concert celebrates summer

Members of Stone Choral Society recently returned from a five-day trip to south-east Poland, where they performed at two concerts and enjoyed exploring and sightseeing, topped off with evening meals with the Strzyzow choir which meant lots more singing to go with the beer, wine and vodka! They are now gearing up for their next concert, asking what sums up ...

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‘Outstanding’ inspection report for St Michael’s

St Michael’s First School in Stone has been rated ‘outstanding’ in a recent inspection. Inspectors from SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) were impressed by the school’s links with St Michael’s Church and their teaching of key Christian values. A SIAMS inspection focuses on the effect that the Christian ethos of the church school has on the children and ...

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Entries now open for the 2015 Stone 10k

Entries are now open for this year’s Stone 10k road race. The event takes place on 21st June and entry forms are available on the Stone 10k website HERE. Race director Chris Barlow said: “The race has grown from strength to strength, now becoming a family event which includes a children’s fun run and the St Michael’s chool fayre, making ...

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Church remembers the fallen with exhibition

St Saviour’s Church, Aston-By-Stone

St Saviour’s Church in Aston is staging an exhibition, entitled Lest We Forget, of First and Second World War memorabilia on Friday 7th and Sunday 9th November. The exhibition is open from 10am to 4pm on the Friday and on the Sunday from 11am to 4pm, after the Remembrance Sunday Service at 9.15am. There will also be a performance of ...

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St Michael’s fun runs in the hot sun!

Alongside today’s 10k run in Stone, as always, was the St Michael’s First School summer fair.  There are not many schools that have the finish line to one of the Midlands’ best 10k road runs right in the middle of their playing field! As well as lots of stalls and fun activities at the St Michael’s summer fair (and there ...

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