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Football Opportunities

Hereford United Football Club will be welcoming interested students to attend a trial session during Term 1 of the 2019/20 academic year.  This is a really exciting opportunity for players of our football team and will give them an amazing experience and insight into the selection process for league teams in the UK.  It's very competitive, so best get practicing!
Weekly football training will continue for the new academic year, with the additional opportunity of weekly training sessions with local football club Tenbury United @TenburyUnitedFC every Wednesday.  We are looking forward to supporting KCSM football team in a wide range of tournaments and friendly matches over the coming months.

Graduation Ceremony 2018/19

Congratulations to students who were given a variety of awards in celebration of their achievements this year.  Awards were given for academic achievement, services to the community, excellent effort, most improvement, and progress in English.  We are very proud of all our students and their achievements.

Exploring Hereford Cathedral

Academic Preparation students and those who had finished their examinations, visited Hereford Cathedral this well to explore the tower and listen to a presentation on how the bells operate.  Hereford Cathedral is the cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of Hereford in Hereford, England. Its most famous treasure is Mappa Mundi, a medieval map of the world created around 1300 by Richard of Holdingham. The map is listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World.

On Top of the World!

Academic preparation and students who had finished their G2 examinations, accepted the challenge of walking the Malvern Hills this week.  The group worked together to reach the highest peak and were rewarded with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.  

Post Examination Fun at the Safari Park

As a special treat for students who had already finished their exams, we made a trip to West Midlands Safari Park in Bewdly.  Students enjoyed seeing all the amazing animals before heading to the fairground rides where teachers saw that they were still not too old for bumper cars!

Graduation Dinner

We had a wonderful evening at Cadmore Lakeside Hotel on Friday 7th June, where students and staff celebrated the end of another memorable academic year.  #celebrations #achievement #friendsforlife

Preparing for Graduation

The prefect team have been busy today making the final preparations for our Graduation Dinner this evening at  We are looking forward to a memorable evening of celebrations and fun #BritishEducation #Graduation #Celebrations

Visiting Berrington Hall

Our Academic Preparation group visited Berrington Hall (a Georgian country house just twenty minutes from school), where they explored the beautiful gardens and the mansion,  tried on some Georgian wigs and played a bit of cricket and croquet.  #Britishhistory #extracurricularlearning #Britisheducation

Pre-Exam Relaxation

To reward our hardworking exam classes for their diligent revision we have organised a number of mini-trips to give them a chance to relax. We all enjoyed a trip to Creams cafe in Hereford for an ice cream sundae or two!

Sports For All!

Staff vs Student dodge ball and an afternoon of football for Wednesday sports! #catchmeifyoucan #backofthenet

Sticky Business at Cookery Club

Wednesday evening cookery club was sticky business! Students enjoyed making chocolate truffles with nut, coconut and cocoa powder on the outside. #lifeskills #Britisheducation #friendsforlife

Quad Biking at Oaker Wood Leisure

Last weekend's adventure activity was quad biking at Oaker Wood Leisure, where students enjoyed racing each other and kicking up the dirt! #beyondthecurriculum #personaldevelopment #needforspeed

House Volleyball Competition

The House Volleyball competition was the most competitive to date, with every point played with passion and commitment. Everyone played really well: 4th place Drake; 3rd place Kingsley; 2nd place Cook; 1st place Scott. #teamwork #BritishEducation 

Lessons in Horse Riding

Sightseeing in London

5th May 2019 - Students had the opportunity to visit the capital city to see the sights and visit famous landmarks.  No doubt some retail therapy took place too! #BritishCulture #BritishEducation #Friendsforlife

Go Ape Adventures!

4th May 2019 - A group of daring students took to the trees at Go Ape deep in the Wyre Forest - one of the largest semi-natual woodlands in the UK.  The Tree Top Challenge is an adrenaline pumping activity, 14 metres above the forest floor.  Students climbed, swung and zip wired their way through the course!

Halloween Party

by Nevena Doknic On 29th October, Saint Michael’s organised an unforgettable party for pupils.  Everyone had to dress up in scary costumes because it was Halloween.  The party was in Berrington Hall, not so far from Saint Michaels.  It was decorated with lots of scary stuff and you could see lots of young and happy…


Geography Day Out

by Mrs. Cabra On Monday 24th October the Geography students spent a lovely day in Wales investigating different features of a river.  The weather was cloudy and chilly, especially in the upper course.  We started at the YHA (Youth Hostel Association) next to Tallybont reservoir, a beautiful location in the Brecon Beacons.   Steve (a member of…

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Football against Ludlow

by Mustafa H, Egypt. We arrived at the Ludlow pitch just on time.  The weather was cold but we soon warmed up.  Then the match started and it was all about the tactics.  At first they proved better than us and scored a goal.  But we didn’t give up and our coach, Simon, cheered us…


Horse riding

Every Wednesday students take part in a range of sports and activities.  On Sundays they have the opportunity to try something a bit different.  Some of our students made the short journey to the horse riding stables near Leominster.     A few of our students have tried riding a horse before, but for many…


Mid term exams

With the first exams of the year happening this month we asked for students to give us their thoughts before and after they took place. How we felt going in…  Two weeks before exams I started to really work hard and revise carefully for every exam. A good place to start was by asking teachers…


Open University Afternoon

  ‘Students were full of very appropriate questions.  They had a good idea of what they wanted to do in their futures.’ Nick, Liverpool John Moore’s ‘What very focused students you have here.’ Anisa Atlasi, Edge Hill University, Liverpool ‘Detailed conversations – querying what courses they wanted to study. I gave a talk about making…