School Information

Sports FieldSt Michael’s Primary School

ADDRESS

Bridgend Avenue
Port Glasgow PA14 5SU

TELEPHONE/FAX NUMBER

Telephone: 01475 714690
Fax: 01475 714695

E-MAIL ADDRESS

INStMichaels@glowscotland.onmicrosoft.com

SCHOOL WEBSITE

View from St Michael'shttp://st-michaels.inverclyde.sch.uk

SCHOOL TWITTER ACCOUNT

@SMPG1964

PRESENT ROLL

AGREED CAPACITY 429

Parents should note that the working capacity of the school might vary dependent upon the number of pupils at each stage and the way in which the classes are organised.

St Michael's School EntranceCURRENT CLASS STRUCTURE

CLASSES

Primary 1 
Primary 2/1 
Primary 2  
Primary 3  
Primary 4 
Primary 5/4 
Primary 5
Primary 6

Primary 6/7 
Primary 7  

ACCOMMODATION

Our refurbished building includes:

13 Classrooms which includes our Rainbow Room
Computer Suite
Library
Parents’ Room
Staff Workroom and Common Room
Office accommodation
Separate Gym Hall, Assembly Hall and Dining Room
Medical Room
Classrooms have provision for a Soundfield/voice enhancing system
All classes have an interactive whiteboard
Ramp access and lift to all levels of the building
Security features include CCTV and electronic shutters
The school is equipped with a sprinkler system
School grounds are landscaped to provide adequate playing facilities for
pupils, picnic benches and staff/visitor car parking

STATUS

Roman Catholic – co-educational

COMMUNITY/FACILITIES

The school is currently used for Rainbows, Brownies and Guides on a Monday evening and a football club on a Tuesday evening. Further particulars on school letting may be had from:

Waterfront Leisure Complex
Greenock

Email: Booking.Office@inverclyde.gov.uk

Telephone: 01475 717171

Contact our school office if you wish to get in touch with any member.


Our associated pre-5 establishments are:

o Newark Nursery School
o Rainbow Family Centre
o Treetops Community Nursery
o Gibshill Children’s Centre


Registration takes place in January each year. Parents are encouraged to bring their child along to school on this occasion where provision is made for children to join in activities with school staff while parents complete the necessary documentation.

An induction programme is planned throughout the year with the main emphasis in May/June.

Pupils visit throughout their pre-school year for informal visits and to join in set activities with current Primary 1 pupils.

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