Due to COVID-19 Gillingham St Michaels is temporarily closed. We are currently offering places for children of critical workers at our federation school Ditchingham Primary, Rider Haggard Way, Ditchingham. If you are a critical worker and would like to access childcare provision in school, please email head@gillingham.norfolk.sch.uk or contact us on 01986 893277.

If you need to contact us for any reason, please contact us using the contact number above. This number will be monitored during school hours. If you have an emergency the out of hours number is 07376299193.

The safeguarding team will still be available during these closures. If you need to contact them, please use the contacts above or email:

Mrs Brand – head@gillingham.norfolk.sch.uk

Mrs Munro – lmunro4nru@nsix.org.uk

Mrs Adcock – senco@ditchingham.norfolk.sch.uk

You can also contact Children’s Advice and Duty Service (CADS) on 03448 008021


For all other enquiries please email office@gillingham.norfolk.sch.uk

Academy Vision
For
The Kingfisher Partnership of Church Schools

We are all children of God, each with our own unique gifts and potential. We provide an environment rooted in respect and Christian values, where every individual can flourish.

We strongly believe that children learn best when we work together at home and school, we  know that working together to support, encourage and guide your child will ensure their successful journey through education. Ofsted (September 2010) noted, ‘A significant strength in the school’s provision is the way it helps pupils to become thoughtful and responsible young people. Their social skills are well-developed. Consequently, they play and work well together…’

We are very proud of our school. We strive to create an environment which stimulates interest and motivates children to learn and succeed, but most of all ensures children are happy and cared for within a Christian Ethos. We respect every member of our school community as an individual and hope that throughout their time with us your child will be given tasks that match their ability whilst also challenge, excite and reward them so that they have the skills and confidence to be life long learners.

If you should have any questions I would be delighted to discuss them with you and to show you around.

Mrs Heather Brand
Executive Headteacher