First Boarding Committee Meeting

The committee consists of a small circle of people, as it is important that some matters are kept private and not discussed by all the students. The students trust us so it is important we are discreet with their problems.   The people involved are the heads of each residence: Alan from China for Orchard, Vasilisa…

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Cookery Club Meets

Cookery is an extracurricular activity which we have on Tuesdays from 18.30 – 19.30.  Our chef instructor works in the school dining room serving food to pupils.  We have already cooked a great variety of dishes such as: soup, chocolate cupcakes, bread, chocolate bread, quiche and granola.  All of the food cooked can be eaten…

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Interview with a Prefect

When I first came to SMC I felt homesick. Most students in Boarding schools sometimes feel the same and we all know how hard it is. I stopped feeling homesick in a very short time, thanks to my new friends and my understanding teachers. However not everybody can get rid of it and in the…

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University Open Day

September 29th saw our common room transformed into University Open Day.  Pupils from GCSE1 to A Level 2 and Foundation had been prepared in advance by their teachers to make the most of this afternoon.  Questions were to be asked and feedback to teachers the next day was to be given.  Over to Jessica A.…

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ICAEW Visit

On the last Wednesday 23rd September two representatives of ICAEW (the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales) paid a visit to our school. The aim of the visit was to get A1, A2 and Foundation students who do Business or Economics to participate in a game simulating the BASE competition, widely known by…

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Freshers Fair

The Fresher’s Fair took place on the first Thursday of term.  This provided pupils with a choice of activities for them to participate in over the coming term.  Both sports and extra-curricular activities were showcased at this event, sometimes spectacularly.  The Assembly Hall had been bedecked with posters in advance and there was a good…

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Tenbury Civic Parade

On Saturday 12th September pupils from Saint Michael’s College were invited to join the Tenbury Civic Parade – an annual event to celebrate the new mayor and his town councilors.  There was a ceremony and parade in which we marched with boy scouts and girl guides to the Pump Room, a Victorian Chinese Gothic building…

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