SMSA meeting 16/11/17 - in the staff room from 8pm. Class reps are expected to attend but everyone is welcome. Come and see what we do or get involved! The meeting should be about an hour.

Bonfire Night Saturday 4th Nov.  Gates open 5.30pm   Fireworks at 7.30pm.   There are a few tickets left but we will NOT be selling them on the door- YOU MUST BUY IN ADVANCE.  The last few tickets will be on sale in the playground at drop off and pick up on wed, thurs and fri next week.  Kids are £6  adults £12  Family ticket- 2 A and 2C- £30  We need people to help to sell on the bar, work on the gate, set up, and most importantly marshalling. The event can not go ahead unless we have enough marshals. Any queries email the SMSA. 

Panto - The St Michael's panto is really what St Michael's is all about and we need you!  Acting and singing skills not required!  We need people for-set building, prop making, costume planning, making sets & painting, behind the scenes- cans, stage hands, make up, actors, singers, dancers.  We particularly need anyone who has any know how with lighting.  In short anyone who thinks they can help- we will happily accept your help!

We try to have pantos with lots of parts so lots of parents, kids can get involved.  Please don't feel the auditions will be stressful, we don't do traditional auditions and it's very informal. Kids from school in years 4, 5 and 6 are eligible to join in the dance troops. There will be rehearsals after Christmas in evenings and on some weekends. Please check panto dates and make sure your child is available before they sign up.

Children are only allowed to join in if a parent or carer offers help in some way. This can involve one of the jobs above or if this is not feasible for you we ask that you work on the bar for at least 3 performances, or chaperone the kids backstage for at least 2 shows.

Over the next 3 weeks email the SMSA to tell me if you can help with panto and what you would be happy  to help with.  If your child would like to be in a dance email their name, class, year and also what job the parent is offering to do.  Please also note if you have a role in the panto we expect parents to pay for their kids costume and potentially contribute to their own costume. We try to keep costs to a minimum.

Dates of panto shows are :

Thursday March 8th

Friday March 9th

Saturday March 10th - matinee and evening performance

Auditions are 

Thursday 9th Nov ( evening)

Tuesday 14th Nov ( evening)

No dancers are required to audition - This year we have a mum's dance and dad's dance and an alumni dance ( ex parents)- if you would like to be in the dance groups also email us your details

Full cast read through for all speaking parts is Tuesday 5th Dec - evening venue TBC.

Parents' DIsco - Saturday 14th October. 8pm. It's a really fun night, come and join us. £15 pp incl. food. If you can't join us, support us by purchasing a raffle ticket in the playground at pick up today or tomorrow.

Tickets £2 each.  We have some amazing prizes-
2 Arsenal tickets for Arsenal vs Huddersfield Wednesday 29th November
3x Family bonfire tickets for 2 adults and 2 children
HIX Soho restaurant voucher for a meal for 2
Hit Girl voucher worth £58
Beautiful salon voucher worth £50
sekonda ladies watch

SMSA DATES 2017 -18

SMSA Meetings (all now at 8pm start):

thurs sept 21st

thurs nov 16th

thurs Jan 11th

thurs Feb 22nd

thurs April 19th

thurs May 24th

AGM Thurs 5th July

Autumn Term

Parents disco sat 14th Oct

Bonfire Night Sat 4th Nov

Panto auditions thurs Nov 9th and Tues Nov 14th

Christmas Fair Sun 3rd Dec

Panto full cast read through ( not at school) Tues 5th Dec

Spring Term

Panto 8th, 9th and 10th March

Quiz night Thurs 22nd March

School disco KS1 and KS2 Wednesday 28th March

Summer Term

Sun 13th May Footie Funday

Sun !0th June Fun Run

Sat June 30th Summer fair

Sat 7th July Camp out


FIRST SMSA MEETING OF THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR - Thursday, 21st Sept. 8.00pm, Staff Room. All welcome


SMSA AGM - Thursday, 14th July, 7.30pm, Junior Hall.  Please see 'About Us' for the new committee.  Meeting papers - cake sale, finance update.

May 2017 Meeting Financials - Please click here for the latest financial statements and here for the latest cake sale balances.

Summer Fair - Congratulations to everyone involved for a fantastic afternoon, particularly Rachel and the Summer Fair team. Almost £10K taken on the day and we expect a net income of over £5,000.

Fun Run - Sunday, 11th June.  Registration starts at 2.15pm and the first race is 3pm.  There will be the normal refreshments including a BBQ and snacks, tea/coffee, soft drinks and a 'bar' with beer, wine and Pimms!  Click here for the full race schedule.  We still require volunteers to act as marshals - please email smsahighgate@gmail.com .

SMSA Meeting June 8th - Postponed due to School being used as a Polling Station.  The next meeting will be the AGM on July 13th.

Footie FunDay - Reception winners - Waterlow Class; Years 1 & 2 winners - Wilson Class; Years 3 & 4 winners - Dickens Class; Years 5 & 6 winners - Marx Class 

SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 27th April.  7.30pm in the Staff Room, all welcome.  Please note that the June meeting on 8th has been postponed due to the school being used as a polling station.

Cake Sale - Friday, 28th April, Lauderdale Class.

Footie FunDay - Sunday, 14th May.  Gates open 12.30pm and first game at 1pm.  Parents/Carers - please contact your class Rep. if you would like to manage your class team or if your child/children want to play.

Red Nose Day Cake Sale - Thank you for all the donations.  We raised an impressive £220 which increased to £275 with the benefit of Gift Aid.

SMSA Meeting - Thurs. 23rd March 7.30pm - All welcome.  Agenda includes discussion of the 'Fairer Funding for Schools' issue and a new Choir Club for parents/carers.

Quiz Night - Thursday, 16th March, from 7.30pm.  Tickets are £12 and include a delicious supper.  Contact smsahighgate@gmail.com for tickets or purchase in the school playground.

Funding For Schools - click here for the Ham & High article on the colourful protest in the school playground, organised by parent Anke Bohme.

SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 23rd Feb. 7.30pm.  There will be a vote on the funding of the iPads for the school at the meeting.  Please click here for more details.  You can also email the SMSA with your vote - state which option you are in favour of - 1 to 4 where options 1 to 3 are as per the school document and the 4th option is 'NO FUNDING'.

'Camelot - The Panto' - Four sold-out shows.  Thanks to everyone involved - cast and crew.  Pictures will follow shortly.

Fair Funding for all Schools 17th Jan. - Meeting at Rhodes Ave. School at 8.00pm - 9.30pm.

Panto Dates - Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th March 2017.  Tickets on sale after half-term.

Saturday Night Fever - Saturday, 26th November.  

BONFIRE NIGHT PARTY - 5TH NOVEMBER.  GATES OPEN 5PM - A great evening with approx. £5,000 raised for the school.  Thanks to everyone who helped and supported this fantastic event.


New Parents Evening - Thursday, 13th October at 7.30pm.  Junior Hall

SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 29th September - Main points : The Head Teacher requested that the SMSA fund bark chippings for the KS2 climbing frame £1800) and plastic wallets for all children to display their work in (£800).  Both requests were unanimously agreed.  It was also agreed that a new marquee would be purchased for use at SMSA events (cost c. £700). Cake sale balances will be circulated to Class Reps.

Meeting and event dates - please click here 

New School Year 206-2017 - We are looking for new parents to become actively involved with the SMSA, particularly a Vice-Chair and new committee members.  Please email smsahighgate@gmail.com for more information.

Kirima School - Helen Brough has done a fantastic job raising money for this school in Uganda and will be handing over to teacher Abigail Wegner in September.  Message from Helen : "Dear Parents, Carers and Children. Thank you all so much for the continued support of the 3 children from Kirima School. The letters that they have written to the school are lovely and will be on display in the Noticeboard in the top playground.  So far we have raised  £1478.61 and are looking to try and get this to £2000  before August 5th 2016.  Here is the address for the online Virginmmoneygiving.com page.   http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserPage.action?userUrl=Challenge4Kirima&faId=611565&isTeam=true  The page will be up for another month so please, if you can, any donations appreciated!  All the money will be given to the school to supply new furniture and chairs for the class room.  Next year there will be a fundraiser for the nursery equipment.  The school  will be taking over the charity  from the parents committee and we are delighted to have Ms Abigail Wegner as the main point of contact.   Thank you !  Helen Brough"  To see some of the letters click here  .

Campout - Saturdary, 16th July. 

Summer Fair - Saturday, July 2nd - Over £5,000 raised!.  A fantastic day with over £5,000 rasied for the school.  A huge  'thank you' to Rachel and all of the Reps. and special mention to the BBQ team of Bill, Bryce, Andrew and John; thanks to Troy and Maurice for their work, plus a commendation to Mrs. Parker for putting her head in the stocks!

Thursday, 30th June - 7.30pm Junior Hall.  SMSA AGM.  Details to follow.

Fun Run - Sunday, 19th June.  Children can wear the t-shirts to school on Thursday, 26th May, Friday 10th June and Friday 17th June.  Download the Entry Form here and the Race Timetable here.  Forms should be dropped into the SMSA post box opposite the entrance to the School Office.

SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 19th May, Staff Room, 7.30pm.  Minutes available here

Footie Fun Day - A great afternoon  in glorious sunshine.  Congratulation to all the players and thanks to Bill, Andrew and Bryce on the BBQ, Alison and her team on the refresments stall including Sharon, Zoe, Marianna, Alicia, Aoidin, Polly and Anna, the brave refs including Steve, Colin, Richard, Stef, Fran and Mario, and well done to the team managers for organising the players.  Particular metion goes to the year 6 classes who proved that football is NOT a game of 2 halves, but 3.

Cake Sale Balances - as at 19th May 2016, including each class detailed spend.  Please click here

Forthcoming Events - including Cake Sale Dates & Classes, Fun Run, Footie Fun Day and Summer Fair - please see 'Events'.

Next SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 21st April 7.30pm, Staff Room.  All welcome.

Disco Tuesday, 22nd March - Infants 4pm -5pm, Juniors 5.30pm - 7pm.  Entrance £3 to include snacks and drinks.

Quiz Night - Thursday March 17th Junior Hall, hosted by Mark Dolan. 

SMSA Meeting Dates - 23/3 (Wednesday), 21/4 (Thurs.) 19/5 (Thurs), 7/7 AGM (Thurs.).  All 7.30pm start in Staff Room except AGM - Junior Hall.

Panto - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs : All shows sold out! 

SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 26th Feb. 7.30pm.  There will be a vote on whether to amend the SMSA Constitution and changes the financial year-end from 31st March to 31st Juily.  To view the documents in advance please click on the links : 'Notice of Amendment', 'Resolution to alter the Constitution', 'new Constitution' and 'notes to the Resolution and existing Constitution with amendments highlighted'.

SMSA Meeting, Thursday, January 21st, Key Points : Agreed spending - £10,250 to supply and fit a new climbing frame in the Key Stage 1  playground. The Governors' Premises Fund will pay for the new ground surface;  Library - £250 approved for purchasing books and graphic novels.  Change to Year-End - from 31st March to 31st July subject to agreement.  All members (parents/carers, staff, support staff) will be invited to attend the next SMSA meeting to vote on this proposal.  Further details will be sent out before half-term.

2016 Diary Dates - Panto; March 3rd,4th,5th.   Quiz Night; Thursday, March 17th.  Next SMSA Meeting - 25th February.  School Disco - Tuesday, 22nd March

Xmas Fair Sunday 6th - This year's Fair was possibly the best ever, with lots of fantastic stalls, great food, entertainment and over £6,000 raised!

SMSA Meeting - Thurs. 26th Nov.  Key Points - Bonfire raised approx. £4,000 and Battle of the Bands approx. £2,300.  Parents are invited to send in suggestions for future projects that the SMSA can help fund (So far - a bubble/balloon over the cage play area; floodlights for the cage; a minbus;).

Battle of the Bands Sat. 21st November - Congratulations to the winners "Dead Stones of the Unbeaten Consciousness".  A fantastic sold-out event with over £2,000 raised!  Well done to James and Bryan for organising; Andrew Rogers for equipment and sound mixing; Troy and Maurice for their support and help; and the door/vote sellers/bar and food team - Laurence, Rachel, Alison, Clare, Jo, Hind, Chloe and everyone unmentioned!

Children in Need Cake Sale - Raised £85.  Thanks to everyone who donated cakes.

Bonfire and Fireworks Night - Another fantastic event with £5,000 raised.  A massive 'thank you' to everyone who helped make this a memorable night with almost 1,000 people coming through the gate.  Special thanks to Bill and his BBQ team; Rachel and her fantastic helpers on the bar and food stall; Jess and the glowsticks gang; Alison and Caroline on the gate; the marshals for keeping everyone safe; the Year 2 children for making the Guys (Mrs. and Mrs. Fawke); Alicia and Paul for building the bonfire; Troy and Maurice for all their hard-work right through to almost midnight on Saturday night; and Ghislaine, Alison, Trixie, Joel and Grace for cleaning up on Sunday.

SMSA MEETING MINUTES SEPT. 2015 - click here to view.  Main Points - the path between the cage and the pavilion has been completed, fullyfunded by the SMSA.  The 'Timeline' to the Infant Playground wall is also ongoing and we have committed up to £1,000 to support this.

Cake Sale Dates - Autumn/Spring terms click here.  Spring/Summer terms click here.  Individual class cake sale balances and detailed spend for the year 2014/15 can be found here.

SMSA Accounts to 31 March 2015 - download here.  Key points :The SMSA made a number of significant contributions to the school infrastructure during the year, including: - £21,400 on play pods; £13,300 on playing field drainage; £6,300 on a new climbing frame; £6,100 on pavilion and shed refurbishment, £4,300 on classroom visualisers.  In addition, funding was also provided to the school library for books and a new IT system, £325 for cleaning of the pond and almost £6,000 from cake sales was spent on classroom supplies not provided or covered by the School.

SMSA Survey - Results here.

KIRIMA CAKE SALE - Rasised £545! - Approx. £300 on cakes, £145 in buckets (morning and afternoon), and £100 donation from Taylor Wessing LLP

SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 17th September.  Key Points : Brought Forward cake sale balances will passed on to all reps.; Path between cage and pavilion has been completed and will be paid for by the SMSA when funds are available; Dates for all events will be published shortly.

Diary Dates - Fireworks and Bonfire Night; SATURDAY 7TH NOVEMBER.  Battle of the Bands - 21st November.  Xmas Fair - 6th December

SMSA AGM - 16TH JULY.  Key points :  New committee members - Sharon Smith, Zoe Rahman, Kenneth Michaels, Olivia Reshat and Gudrun Hesper.  Spending Agreed - Approx. £8,000 for a new path from the 'cage' to the pavilion.  Works to be completed over the Summer.  All the existing Officers were re-elected to the their positions.  Please complete the SMSA survey - www.surveymonkey.com/r/NNY6GPN

CAMP OUT - SATURDAY, 11TH JULY.  Sun, rain, BBQ, 50 tents (and one camper van and one tent-on-a-car-roof).  Great fun.

Summer Fair - Well done to Rachel and her team.  A great day for kids and adults, and over £4,000 raised for the School.  Photos to follow ...

JUNE SMSA MEETING - Thursday, 18th June, 7.30pm.  Staff Room.  All welcome.

Fun Run - Another great day for kids and parents with beautiful weather and some close races!  Thanks to all who helped, particularly Chris McNeil and Ali Whelan for organising the event and managing the marshals, Bill and his BBQ team of John and Andrew, and Rachel and her team on the refreshments stand.

SMSA May Meeting - Key Points - Finances: Approx. £30,000 net raised this year from events.  Current balance approx. £1,700 after committed expenditure items not yet paid for.  In addition, there is approx. £5,000 of cake sale funds.    Wish List - Two sheds for EYFS to store their bikes, c. £400 with an additional £100 provided by each nursery class cake sale funds.  Click here for the Meeting Minutes.

Footie Fun Day - May 17th. - Reception winners - Inkpen Class,   Yrs 1 & 2 winners - Grey Class,   Yrs 3 & 4 winners - Morpurgo Class,  Yrs 5 & 6 winners - Horowitz Class

School Disco - Friday, May 22nd.  - Raised over £400!  Thanks to everyone who helped, particularly Andrea and Jess.

April SMSA Meeting - Minutes here

Visit to Kirima by the Hales Family - Heidi, Toby, Rhiannon and Jess have returned from Kirima and have brought back some fantastic photos of the school and the new TV that St. Michael's raised the money for. Please see 'Gallery'.  For the Hales family 'diary' of their trip (well worth reading!) - please click here

SMSA Meeting - Wed. 25th March.  Main points - Wish List Spending Agreed :
Grounds - £400 for soil, seeds and tools. Maths Week - £1,000 to enable Maths week in April for all years. Library upgrade - £1350 to cover an extensive up-grade of the Library software and training for staff, to allow children to review books at home, parents to see what their children are reading, and facilitate taking books out from the classrooms as well as the library. Annual fee of £580 from 2016 (1st year free).
Balance of loan from Governors re. drainage of field, to be repaid (c.£6,300) immediately. Approx. gross income for year to 31/03/15 forecast to be c.£65,000.
Donation of £1,000 made to the SMSA by former pupil William Schwitzer, from the Estate of his father Mat. William's mother Joan taught at the school and published in 2002 the history of the school for the 150th anniversary (“Model for London: Victorian Farm School to Modern Primary – The Origins and Development of St Michael’s Highgate”). His two children also attended the school between 1996 and 2005. This money will be used to enhance the library.
Giles Taylor was appointed as a Trustee and Co-Treasurer. We are pleased to welcome him to the team and thank Karel McNamee for her many years of hard work.
Cake Sale Balances - will be confirmed at the start of the new term. If you have not already emailed with details of deposits made this school year please could you do so before the start of the new term.
Football Funday, Sunday 26th April - Volunteers required to help run the event - scheduling, refereeing etc. (Please email smsahighgate@gmail.com). More information will be sent out after Easter. Each class will need a manager and help will be required on the BBQ and drinks stalls. There will be Mums and Dads matches ......
Fun Run - new date - June 7th. Children will be allowed to wear the Fun Run t-shirt on the 3 Fridays before the event (eg. 15th May, 22nd May, 5th June)PLEASE SEE MARCH MEETING MINUTES HERE


April 17th Yr1 Patel
April 24th Yr 3 Randall
May 1st Reception Jacobsen
May 8th Yr3 Salt
May 15th Nursery AM
May 22nd Reception Razvi
June 5th Nursery PM
June 12th Yr6 Paproski
June 19th Yr2 Castro
June 26th Yr 4 Stoker
July 3rd Yr 5 Ehrenfellner
July 10th Yr 1 Wagner

Quiz Night - Congratulations to the winning team from Morpurgo class and commiserations to the runners-up, Magorian.  A fantastic evening hosted with charm and wit by Mark Dolan, with questions set by Amy Brown.  Many thanks to all the helpers - Laurence, Claire, Jo, Jess, Rachel and everyone else who helped make this a fantastic evening, with over £1,000 raised!

Play Pods Open - The KS1 and KS2 playpods are proving to big successes with the kids.  More photos on the Gallery section.
February SMSA Meeting - Key Points - Karel is stepping down as co-Treasurer after 4 years and the SMSA Committee would like to place on record its thanks for all the hard work and effort she has put in during her time managing the accounts and financial records of the SMSA.  A replacement will be sought to take over her role.  Panto - raised approx. £4,400; Kirima cake sale raised £250 and they should have enough funds to purchase a new TV and DVD player.
PANTO - DICK WHITTINGTON.  The reviews are in and the consensus is that it was 'the best St. Michael's panto ever'!  Congratulations to everyone involved.  The DVD screening will be on April 16th.  Venue TBC
SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 11th Dec. 2014 , Main Points :  Visualisers for the class rooms have arrived and are being installed by Camden IT - many thanks from the Head and Governors for these valuable teaching aids; Play Pods - contents arriving in January.  Governors Meetings - minutes available on the school website.  Another surgery will be held in the New Year.  Xmas Fair - a great success with over £5k raised.  Panto dates - Feb. 5th, 6th, 7th.  See Meeting Minutes here.
Xmas Fair - Sunday, Dec. 7th.  Huge success and a fantastic day of fun and shopping.  Well done to Rachel and her team.  Approx. £5,000 raised for the school!  
Battle of the Bands - Saturday, 22nd November.   Congratulations to James and Bryan for organising a great night and managing to win as well!  Approx. £1500 raised.
SMSA Meeting - Thursday, 20th November.  Key Points : Governors' surgery - on Saturday. 6th December, between 10am and noon.  Please email the Governors on governors@stmichaelsn6.com .Play Pods - completed & ready to go.  Haringey H & S inspection due on 28/11.  Awaiting date from Play Pod company for kids to begin using them (subject to availability of external supervisors). Agreed Wish List Items - Grounds/Maintenance - New leaf blower (approx. £200), 50% contribution to tractor service (approx. £250).  Up to 11 new visualisers (to connect to the interactive whiteboards) - approx. £4,500.  These items have proved to be very useful in classes and this request was proposed by the Head Teacher and supported by the Governors Curriculum Committee.  Visualisers act in the same way as overhead projectors, allowing sheets prepared by teachers or children's work to be shown on the interactive whiteboard; Gardening Club - a paid, after-school club run by external experts will start in the Spring. Bonfire Night - approx. 950 attendees, with almost £4,500 net raised.; SMSA Bank account - signatories changed at last; Children in Need Cake Sale - raised £270; Cheap Theatre Tickets - check the SMSA website.  More shows will be available soon; Draft Accounts were presented.  Gross funds raised - circa £53,000.  Net funds raised circa £33,000.  Approx. £29,000 donated to the school.  Audited accounts will be circulated when available; Panto Auditions - coming soon.  Dates to be confirmed; Xmas Fair - Sunday, 7th December.
CHEAP THEATRE TICKETS  - The SMSA and Tickets4Schools offer greatly reduced prices on West End shows and raise funds for the school.  National Theatre transfer of Richard Bean’s Great Britain (“blessedly funny”- Guardian) (“****” Telegraph) – from £27.50  Made In Dagenham (“the best British musical since Matilda” – Time Out) starring Gemma Arterton – from £25  All prices include a mandatory donation of £5.00 to the SMSA. Dates are limited and subject to availability go to http://tickets4schools.com/st-michaels-school-n6
Bonfire Night - Friday, 7th November. Thank you to everyone who helped on the night.  A great event with over 900 visitors and fireworks that were better than ever!
Kirima Fundraising - The SMSA, the School and St. Michael's Church have a long relationsip with Kirima School in Uganda and for many years the SMSA has sponsored 3 children at a cost of £540 per annum.  We will be discussing this item at the SMSA meeting on Thursday.  In addition, Kirima is trying to raise money to pay for a new, large-screen TV for the 400 children to watch (to replace the 20" TV they currently use), plus mosquito nets and water pumps.  Please click here to donate via Virgin Money Giving.  The target is £2,000.
Diary Dates :
Bonfire Night - Fri 7th Nov.  Gates open 6pm
Battle of the Bands - Sat 22nd Nov
Christmas Fair - Sun 7th dec
Panto - 5th, 6th and 7th Feb, 2015
Quiz Night - Thurs 19th March
Football Funday - Sun 26th April
Fun Run - Sun 7th June (new date)
Summer Fair - Sat 4th July
Camp Out - Sat 11th July
SMSA meetings:
Thurs 23rd Oct
Thurs 20th Nov
Thurs 11th Dec
Thurs 22nd Jan
Thurs 26th Feb
Wed 25th March
Thurs 23rd April
Thurs 21st May
Thurs 18th June
Accounts due soon and will be circulated when available
Cake sale balances being prepared
Trustees details have been updated with new Committee members
Bank signatories being changed
Playpods due to be completed mid-October and may be in use before half-term
A Governors’ surgery will be held after half term – date tbc
Camp Out – Raised approx. £600
Hoe Down – Raised approx. £3500 !!
Bonfire Night – Friday 7th November.  Tickets will be £10/£5, or family ticket - £27 (2 adults, 2 children).  FSM - half price.  Increase due to loss of VAT reclaim on the fireworks (at a cost of over £600) and increases in cost of fireworks and insurance.  Each class expected to provide one marshal.  Help required on the BBQ, bar, etc.  Please email the SMSA (smsahighgate@gmail.com) if you can help.  2 volunteers required to help with set-up from 4pm - 6pm on the day.  Tickets will be available before half-term.
Battle of the Bands – musicians/singers still needed.  Bar & food helpers needed. Please contact the SMSA and we will forward your emails.
New (and Nearly New) Parents Evening -  Thursday 9th October, 7.30pm Junior Hall.
Are you a new Class Rep.?  If so you might find these notes helpful. 
BATTLE STATIONS! - Battle of the Bands is coming round the corner fast (Nov. 22nd) and we need YOUR help to make it a success. We have a good number of acts in place but one or two more are needed to make it fly.  Solos, duos, acapella, instrumental - all flavours are welcome.  We want to hear in particular from any guitar/bass players or drummers out there. Even if you don't have a band, please get in touch. We have some showstopping performers waiting to be unleashed - they just need a little musical backing!  Contact Bryan or James by the end of September and let's get rockin'.  james.pickford@ft.com or bryan.wingfield@ubs.com
Autumn Hoe Down, Saturday 13th September -"Can I say a huge thank you to all those people who made the Hoedown a big success. I hope everyone who attended had fun which was the main aim of the event.  Firstly, to all the guests who supported us by buying tickets and thanks to all of those people who helped set up and clear up - especially Troy and Maurice who tirelessly help us at these events.
The raffle and auction was amazing and people dug deep providing fantastic prizes and auction items. The parents that bid on the auction items with such generosity was hugely appreciated and really saved the fundraising of the Hoedown.
I would also like to thank Heath Meek who provided us with our superb marquee from Casablanca Marquees at an amazing price and Dan from the Bull who provided us with first class pints.
A huge thank you to Mark Dolan who ran the auction in an extremely entertaining way and helped us make some great money on very worthy auction lots. I am pleased to say we made £3600 profit which is at least a step towards the field works. Best wishes". Rachel ( vice chair SMSA).
And a massive "Well done and thank you" to Rachel from The SMSA and all the parents at St. Michael's   A fantastic event that took a huge amount of organising.
                   Our Bucking Bronco Winners (see 'Gallery' for more photos)   
SECONDARY SCHOOL EVENING - TUESDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER.  Click here for the information sheets handed out on the night and click here for the Haringey Council booklet on Secondary Schools.
HOEDOWN - SATURDAY, 13TH SEPTEMBER.  Tickets £50 includes supper, hog roast, welcome drinks, line dancing, disco, bucking bronco and more!
Please see the 'ABOUT US' page for the new SMSA Constitution and details of the current Trustees and Officers. 
SUMMER FAIR - SATURDAY, 5TH JULY. - The weather was kind and this was a fantastic event which raised approx. 
 £5,500.  Congratulations and thanks to Rachel and her team of dedicated helpers.   Click here for more photos.
SMSA AGM - THURSDAY, 7.30PM. 3RD JULY  Minutes to follow.  Main points : New Officers and Trustees - Chair - Laurence Penn, Vice-Chair - Rachel Maynard, Treasurer - Karel McNamee, Co-Treasurer - Jess Worthington, Secretary - Clare Leach.  In addition, Ruth McBurney will remain as a Trustee.  The SMSA would like to thank Ruth, who steps down as Chair ,for all of her hard work and dedication over the years, and thanks also to Sally Holyland who has stepped down as co-Treasurer.
Camp Out - Saturday, 12th July.  Forms available in the office. 
FUN  RUN - SUNDAY 22ND JUNE.  Well done to Kate Waine and Chris McNeill for organising a fantastic afternoon of fun and running!   Click here for photos.
SMSA May Meeting - Please click here for the Minutes.  Main points - Play Pods : A decision is still awaited but the school is optimistic that the Lottery Application will be granted.   Drainage Works to the Playing Field - The work to improve the drainage of the playing field has been costed at £16,000.  The SMSA has agreed to finance these works and they will be carried out over the Summer Holidays.  As the SMSA does not have the funds to finance the works at present the Governors have agreed to lend the money to the SMSA and to cash-flow the works.  It is intended that the funds will be repaid by the end of the 2014/2015 Academic Year.  Security Gate - The new security gate to the lane will be fitted in July and will be fob operated.  Access for parents via the lane will NOT be possible after installation.  Governors Fund - the Governors re-iterated their request for parents to make a Standing Order donation.  Camp Out - Forms will be available at the AGM on July 3rd.  New Constitution - a draft version will be sent to all parents for comments.  The new constitution will be agreed at the AGM on 3rd July.
Camp Out - Saturday, 12th July.  Forms available at the AGM.
Autumn Hoe Down, Saturday 13th September tickets will be £50pp incl. Hog Roast, buffet, reception drink, entertainment, dancing and disco. Fancy dress. Teachers and concessions may purchase tickets half price. Tickets will go on sale at the Summer Fair on July 5th.  We are still looking for any offers of raffle prizes and Auction items.
Footie Fun Day - Sunday, 18th May - Well done to David McBurney and his committed team of helpers who made Football Funday such a great success.  Pictures of the event to follow ..
SMSA April Meeting - Please click here for the Minutes.
SMSA AGM - The 2014 AGM will be held on Thursday, 3rd July at 7.30pm in the Junior Hall.  Elections will be held for the positions of Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer and if you would like to volunteer please email smsahighgate@gmail.com .  There will be a vote on a new Constitution to replace the existing version - to read a draft of the proposed Constitution please click here - the current one can be found on the 'About Us' section.  If you would like to comment on the proposed version please email smsahighgate@gmail.com .
Quiz Night - Thursday, 1st May 7.30pm.  Congratulations to the winning team (below) and thanks to :
The quiz setters - Rhys, Luca, Sharon, Litz, Peter and Debbie - all the helpers from Ridley class for setting up and leaving the hall and kitchens as they were found, Steve (right with James the winning captain) and Alison for their presenting double-act, and Maurice for setting up the chairs and tables and being the last to leave!
APRIL SMSA MEETING - Thursday, 24th April.  
Key Points : The SMSA has committed all of its available funds to the end of the year.  The works to the pavilion have been completed (new hot water system, new windows and decorations), accoustic improvements to some classrooms will be done in the Summer holidays, new climbing frames to the KS2 playground will installed in the Summer holidays, new planters to the KS1 playground - the layout and design of these will go ahead once the decision on the Playpods lottery appplication has been received as the position of a Playpod will influence where the new planters are placed, the Reading Hut has been upgraded and decorated.  Drainage to the field - it was agreed that this will be the next major fund-raising purpose and certain events will be ring-fenced to fund this plan, specifically the Fun Run, Football Funday and the Camp Out.  The cost of the drainage works are approx. £15,000.
New Constitution - a draft of this will be circulated for comments before voting on it at the AGM in July.  The current Constitution can be viewed here.
End-of-Summer Ball -  big, grand, fun event is being planned for mid-September.  Details to follow soon.
Key Dates - Footie Fun Day - 18th May; Fun Run - 22nd June; SMSA AGM - 3rd July; Summer Fair - 5th July;
Next SMSA Meeting - Wed. 21st May.
SMSA March Meeting Minutes - Click here for the Minutes of the meeting held on 19th March, 2014.  Key spending points : £6,300 on new climbing frames for KS2 playground; £5,440 on Pavilion upgrade including new hot water system (so that the children can use the toilets during lunch and break times which they are currently not allowed to do due to H & S rules); £4,384 on accoustic tiles/ceilings to improve sound levels in several classrooms that do not currently have this construction (excl. EYFS); £500 to improve the reading shed (agreed at Feb. meeting).  Please see the Minutes for full details of the meeting and further agreed or planned expenditure.
School disco Monday 24th Junior Hall - Thanks to all the helpers, particularly Jessica and Andrea.  A good time was had by all and almost £400 was raised.
Proposed Funding Requirements for the SMSA - Meeting Wed. March 19th, 7.30pm.   At the Feb. 2014 SMSA meeting a list of premises items to be funded was provided by the Head and Governors.  It is proposed that these items will be discussed in detail at the March meeting.  Further details will be provided on this website up to the meeting on Wednesday, March 19th.  To see a summary of these items please click here.  If you would like to comment on any of these proposals but are unable to attend the meeting please email smsahighgate@gmail.com
PANTO 2014 - Aladdin - "Critics hail masterpiece", "Calls for more shows" "Acting, singing, sets, props, direction, production and refreshments all at a new high - setting a new standard for Panto in North London",  "3 sell-out shows and one almost-sold-out Thursday show raise lots of money for school" "Ham and High review anticipated with much excitement", "Fire Brigade praise courage and calmness of audience as fire-alarms interrupt some performances".  "Cast and Crew all had a nice cup of tea after the last show and headed home for a well-deserved early night" say Producers.  Panto pictures to follow ......
SMSA JANUARY 2014 MEETING MINUTES - please click here for the Jan. 2014 Meeting Minutes.
SMSA DECEMBER MEETING MINUTES - please click here for the Dec. 2013 Meeting Minutes.
SMSA NOVEMBER MEETING MINUTES - please click here for the Nov. 2013 Meeting Minutes.
SMSA Meeting - Wednesday11th December - Key Points :
OPAL - Outdoor Play And Learning;
Mrs. Ross has asked for more donations of small toys - cars, animal, etc.  These are very popular with the kids and are kept in the playground for break times.
Playpods - the lottery applications has been made and we should hear within 60 days.  If this is successful there will be a seminar for parents next term from the OPAL consultant.  There are several options being investigated for the Pods themselves so that they are both practical and attractive.
Wellies - the children will be able to take a spare pare of wellies into school so that they can use the field whilst it is wet and muddy.  These wellies will be left at the school on the bespoke welly racks.  A request for unwanted wellies may be made.  Wellies should be clearly marked with the owners name - perhaps on the outside of the wellington in big letters!
The school would like the forms returned by this Friday (13th).  Volunteers are needed to help in classes OTHER than their own children's.  Those that can attend on a regular basis can volunteer to help with reading and a short training session will be held in January (see form).
Maths volunteers also required - a training session will also be held.
General Volunteering - if you are unable to commit to a regular session other help is often required in the classes eg. putting up displays and projects etc.
All parents are reminded that they must sign-in if they will be inside the school building during normal hours.  They should also insure that they sign-out!  (Assemblies are excluded).
Cake Sale;
There is an unknown deposit of £142.41 made on 14/10/13.  Please email  smsahighgate@gmail.com  if you recognise this amount!

There will be another Governors' Surgery in the New Year.
Xmas Fair & Xmas Puddings;
Made approx. £6,500 NET
Feb. 6, 7 and 8.  Details of signing up for the parents who would like to be in the Mums and Dads dancing and singing groups will be sent out shortly.
School Zebra Crossing;
Those parents who are unhappy with the crossing guard outside of the school should contact Highgate School - office@highgateschool.org.uk  - for the attention of John Lewis.  Some parents felt that the crossing person actually makes it more dangerous for St. Michael's families as drivers assume he/she is the 'official' person and will stop the cars for all children, and if the crossing guard doesn't step out then it is safe to drive across.  In practice, the crossing person does not stop the traffic for St. Michael's children and this may cause confusion.  If you have any experience of this please pass it on to Highgate School.
Christmas Fair - 1st December 2013 - This year's Xmas Fair was a huge success, held on a lovely December day with lots of visitors enjoying the festive spirit.  A huge 'Thank You' to Rachel and Claire and their team of helpers, and congratulations to everyone for helping to raise approximately £8,000.  This year some external stalls helped to create a Christmas Market atmosphere and the class stalls were all great fun with parents and kids enjoying themselves and spending money!  Santa's grotto was a huge success with timed-slots reducing waiting times and the photo booth (kindly donated by Google for the day) was great fun for the whole family.  The BBQ and Cafe kept everyone refreshed and the hampers were over-flowing with goodies this year.  Well done to everyone involved.
Bonfire Night - 8th November - Another big success and generally considered "the best fireworks ever!". A big "Thank You" to Steve for arranging the fireworks andproviding the music to go with the display (and providing most of the pallets for the Bonfire), to Laurence for organising the event, to Ruth and her team on the stalls, to Bill and the BBQ team, to Matt for braving the rain to get Guy Fawkes onto the rocket, to all the stewards (some of whom were stuck in the school car park for the whole evening!) who helped make it a safe and secure event, to the ticket collectors who stood in the playground for several hours, and to the Saturday morning volunteers who helped pick up the remains of the fireworks.  And of course a huge thanks to Troy and Maurice for helping beyond the call of duty.  Please go to 'Gallery' for some great photos.
SMSA October Meeting Minutes - Please click here.
OPAL - For more information on the Outdoor Play And Learning scheme please click here
SMSA September Meeting Minutes - Please click here.  Spend agreed - £8,000 towards redecoration of KS2 building.

Friday 27th September - Kirima Assembly. Revd. Hamlet will be talking to the children at St Michael's in a full assembly from 2.45-3.10pm.  Parents are welcome to attend too, to hear more about Kirima school.  After the assembly parents are welcome to stay in the hall to talk with Revd Hamlet.  Parents can arrive at any time, and Hamlet will remain around after school pick up at 3.30pm, for those who cannot arrive early.  Refreshements will be available from the end of the Assembly at approx. 3.10pm.  In addition, there will be a full day of events on Saturday, 28th September, starting with a talk at St. Michael's Church Hall at 10.00am.  Please click here for more details of the Saturday events and click here for details of Uganda Day.

How to be a Class Rep - For some useful tips and helpful advice click here

Secondary School transfer evening - Thursday 5th September at 7pm, Junior Hall.   

Many thanks to the speakers - Lynne from Haringey Council, former parents at the school Sarah Thomas, Lynne Riley and Sarah Brown, and Year 6 teacher Mrs Parker - for their valuable and helpful contributions. Please click here(Docx) and here (PDF) for a summary of Secondary Schools (State and Independent) in Haringey, Camden and other local boroughs, including entry criteria and Open Days (SMSA document).  For details and the Local Authorities brochures and guides : HaringeyClick Here .  IslingtonClick Here.  BarnetClick Here.  CamdenClick Here. Please remember that the last date for applications through Haringey is 31st October 2013 for entry in Sept. 2014.



Camp Out - Photos of this great event are available in the 'Gallery' section.  Thanks to Ruth, Lynne and Rachel for all their work in organising this event, thanks to Adam and family on the BBQ, and Troy for his help with the tractor shifting tents and bedding, and clearing up! 

St. Michael's Summer Fair - Saturday, 6th July - A fantastic afternoon in the sun with over 30 stalls, rides and activities, from bouncey castles and donkeys to cakes and zorbs. See 'gallery' for photos. 

SMSA June Meeting and AGM Minutes - Please click here for the minutes.  Key points - A number of Committee members were leaving the school at the end of terms and new volunteers were elected.  Ruth Mcburney will be the new Chair, Laurence Penn will be the new Vice-Chair, Rachel Maynard and Clare Leach are the new co-secretaries and Sally Holyland is the new co-treasurer.  Please see 'About Us' for a full list of the new Committee.  The SMSA would like to thank Lynne for all her hard work as Chair over the last 3 years and many thanks also to Tessa, stepping down as co-treasurer, and Claudia, former co-secretary.

Fun Run - This year's event was another great success. Go to Gallery for photos of the event.

SMSA May Meeting Minutes - Click here for the Meeting Minutes.  For more information on the Outdoor Play and Learning Programme please click here.

Jackson's Lane Postcard Festival - 13th-29th June 2013.  Favourites and future stars from the circus and cabaret world are coming together for Jacksons Lane’s Summer Postcards Festival. Featuring all-female acrobatic outfit Mimbre, juggler-comedian Mat Ricardo and a man dressed as a dragon, this is your invitation to join them for two weeks of funny, outrageous and awe-inspiring performance.  Click here for details

Football Funday - Sunday, 19th May. Sponsored by TMD Properties. A great day in the sunshine with lots of action and no injuries (except some minor sunburn). Please click here for the results and here for the league positions.  Thanks to all the organisers, referees and helpers who made this such a fantastic day.  Please go to Gallery for some photos.

A Big Thank You to our Sponsors TMD Properties - TMD sponsor many of the SMSA events throughout the year including Football Funday, the Fun Run, Panto and the Summer and Winter Fairs.  They also donate a share of their fee to the SMSA whenever parents use them to sell their home - a local agent with local knowledge.

Marquee Raising - Thanks to the Dad's who came along on Saturday to help with putting up the Marquee.

SMSA Meeting April - Please click here for the minutes and more information on the School Grounds Project.

Key Stage 40 Quiz Night - Thursday, 2nd May, 7.30pm.  A great night was had by all (particularly the winners from Hubble class) and many thanks to the quizmasters, Glen and Toby, and the team who provided a delicious supper.

Help/Volunteers needed - There are a number of parents leaving at the end of this school year and new blood is required!  Netball - new 'coach' needed next school year - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!  Co-Treasurer - ideally with some book-keeping experience, to help with the SMSA accounts and be a Trustee.  Head Librarian - a love of books but no other experience necessary, and the opportunity to shadow the current Librarian next school year.  These positions require no more than a few hours a month and lots of support and advice will be given.  Please contact laurencempenn@gmail.com if you are interested in these or if you would like to offer help in any other way.

SMSA Meeting March Minutes - Please click here for the minutes.

Gardening Club Volunteers - Could you help on a Friday or Wednesday lunchtime?  We need a few more parents to help and supervise the children in the garden on Friday or Wednesday every week, from approx. 12.30pm to 1.45pm.  Green fingers are not required!  Please contact aliciapivaro@me.com for more details.

Agents Boards - Could you have a board from local Agent TMD outside your house for a few weeks?  This is a great source of income for the SMSA so please contact jessica_ferrandiz@yahoo.co.uk for more details.

Planting Day - Saturday, 20th April.  We will have a whole range of new plants and shrubs so please come along from 9.30am.  More details to follow.

Fun Run - Sunday, 23rd June.  Can you help with this event this year?  We are looking for some parents from lower in the school who might be able to 'run' this event in the future.  Please contact kate.waine@blueyonder.co.uk for more details.

More dates for your diary - Quiz Night - May 2nd;   Football Fun Day - May 12th;   SMSA AGM - June 20th;   Summer Fair - July 6th;

Next SMSA Meeting - The next meeting is on Thursday, 21st March, at 7.30pm in the Staff Room.

Panto - This year's Panto, Cinderella, was a huge success with 4 sold-out performances and NO demands for a refund, so well done to everyone involved.  Special thanks to Ken (Director), Sarah and Kath (Producers), Wim and John for the script, Kate, Matt and Mario and their team for the great scenery and sets.  Congratulations and thanks to all the cast and crew, back stage and front-of-house teams, and Troy and Maurice.  Also, a big thank you to the school teachers and Mrs Ross for their help and consideration. See you all next year ! (Oh no you won't!  ....).  And to everyone involved, RELAX!  It really is  "Behind You" at last!  AND we raised approx. £6,000 net! 

SMSA Meeting - The minutes for the January meeting are available here.

SMSA Meeting - The minutes for the 12th December meeting are available here.  Year 5 presented to the SMSA some beautiful 'Thank You' cards and Nativity scenes for  providing the Maths trolleys and desks!  

Christmas Fair - Sunday 2nd December.  A fantastic afternoon of fun, games, eating and spending, with a guest appearance from Santa and one of his reindeer.  Almost £7,000 was raised thanks to the hard work of everyone involved, particularly Ruth the organiser.  Well done!

Cheap tickets for Shrek The Musical - Cheap tickets for Shrek The Musical - The SMSA has secured 100 top-price £62.50 seats for Shrek The Musical at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Thursday 6th December at 7.30pm available for only £22.50 plus a mandatory donation to the SMSA of £5.  Click here for more details and to buy your tickets.

PANTO 2013 - Casting for speaking parts only.  It's that time of year again.  If you would like to be treading the boards in the SMSA 2013 Pantomime, you need to come to casting on Tuesday 27th November or Wednesday 28th November, 8pm in the Junior Hall.  If you are interested in being a dancer or in the chorus, there is no need to attend.  This casting call is for speaking parts only. Performance dates will be Thursday 7th February, Friday 8th February, Saturday 9th February (matinee and evening shows on the Saturday).  Please ensure that you will be VERY available in the run up to and including these dates before committing to a part!  

Minutes for November SMSA meeting - please click here.

FLOWER BULBS & BIG DIG - THANK YOU! We have had over 500 bulbs donated to plant around the school grounds.  BIG DIG THIS SATURDAY (17th) - from 9.30 onwards for a morning of fun digging and planting!  Here is a photo of the Gardening Club working hard to clear the gardens for the winter.  See 'Gallery' for more pics.

Battle of the Bands - Saturday, November 24th.  Contact Kath McGeary kathryn.mcgeary@btopenworld.com for tickets.

SMSA Meeting Minutes - for 24th October 2012 Minutes click here.

Donations Wanted - If you have any of these items, in good working condition, that you are happy to donate to the school please email the contact.   Laptops (the SMSA will pay for all data to be professionally removed), Large portable CD Players and digital cameras - please email Lynne on lriley157@googlemail.com.  Wheel barrows, spades, forks and other garden equipment -  please email Alicia on alicia.paul@btinternet.com

Stagecoach Performing Arts Classes for Children with drama, singing and dance classes in Highgate London are held at St Michael's on Fridays after school5-8pm and Saturday mornings and afternoons. We offer a full and rounded education, teaching life skills to build confidence and stretch imaginations. We also do trials at the beginning of each term. Please visit us at www.stagecoach.co.uk/highgate to view what we do or call 07956436028 for more information.

September SMSA Meeting Minutes - Please click here.  For the Cake Sale balances brought forward from 2011-2012 please click here and for the Cake Sale guide click here.

New Class Reps. - Click here for the latest 'Class Reps Survival Guide'.

Secondary School Transfer Evening - Sept. 6th.  7.00pm, Junior Hall.  Please click the following for details of : Boys Independent Secondary Schools , Girls and Mixed Independent Secondary Schools , State Secondary Schools , Summer 2012 Year 6 Destinations  .  Please note - Parents only please, no children.

SMSA AGM - Please click for the 2012  AGM Minutes, Accounts (to y/e 31/03/12) and Wish List Expenditure.

Summer Fair - Early estimates suggest around £5,000 was raised.  Well done everybody!

Fun Run - Sunday, 17th June.  Please see the Gallery for lots of photos.  The SMSA Fun Run was a great success thanks to the warm, dry weather and a huge turnout of kids and parents.  Well done to everyone who ran and a massive thanks to all the organisers, stewards, helpers in the Refreshment Tent, the BBQ team and those on Registration.  The Fun Run was sponsored and supported by TMD Properties who will donate 10% of fees on sales of parents and teachers properties to the SMSA.

Jubilee Party - Friday, 25th May.  Please see the Gallery for some photos of this fabulous school event.

SMSA May Meeting - Minutes here. Main Points - The construction of the new fence will commence after the half-term holiday; A donation of £10,000 was agreed towards an upgrade of the ICT system; A donation of up to £7,000 towards Maths trolleys; Sponsorship - TMD boards promoting school events; Gardening update - more volunteers needed for lunch-time help on Fridays.  Please see the minutes for more details on the recent Haringey school budget, IT upgrade, Maths trolleys, Gardening and Cake Sale money.  

The following is a brief summary of 'Wish List' items purchased for teachers by the SMSA this school year : School literacy programme £6000, Min Art Island for Nursery £372, Retractable barrier kit for use at events £571, Cashmaster machine for school finance £350, Library bookcases x2 £176, Y4 shapes carpet £1040, Reading writing centre for Greenwich £260, Junior Hall stage system £1660, Cleaning of school pond £325, Play bark to make junior playground equipment safe £1596, Class Christmas Presents £430.   TOTAL SPEND - £12,780

After-School Gardening Club - If you are interested in this proposed after-school club for year 3 and above, please email lriley157@gmail.com .

Scrabble Club - If you're child might be interested in joining a Scrabble Club (years 5 & 6), please email lriley157@gmail.com .

New fence and gates - The proposed work will now commence after the Summer half-term holiday.

Minutes of SMSA April Meeting -  Click here .

Recent Events -Please see 'Events' to see how much was raised at Family Fortunes, Quiz Night and School Discos.

Artwork Raffle - This fabulous piece of art (below), kindly donated by artist Helen Brough, was raffled at the Quiz Night and rasied almost £400.  The winning ticket was drawn by Helen and the winner was Laurence Penn, which was rather suspicious as he was the person standing next to her holding the pot with the tickets in!  Did someone say fix?


SMSA Meeting 15th March 2012 - The minutes are available here .

SMSA Meeting 22nd Feb. 2012 - The minutes are available here.

Garden Club Help - There will be 2 gardening sessions on Wednesday and Friday lunchtime, 12.30 to 1.30pm, and 2 or 3 helpers are needed.  Please sign-up under the arch from Monday 27th.  No experience is necessary and you can volunteer for as many or as few sessions as you can manage.  You will need to be 'List 99' checked (go to the office - notification takes up to 48 hours and there is no charge).

Panto - Well done to all the parents and kids who helped make 'The Wizard of Oz' a huge success.  Four excellent, sold-out shows and standing ovations all round!  See 'Gallery' for Panto photos.  A huge 'Thank You' to Anscombe & Ringland for their support.

SMSA Meeting 12th Jan.  - click here for the minutes.

SMSA Shopping - You raised over £430 in December by shopping through the SMSA shopping site. Well done and keep going!  Click here for SMSA Shopping - over 150 stores including John Lewis, Amazon, Boden and more.

Christmas Fair - This year's fair raised around £6,000.  Congratulations to everyone involved.

Minutes of SMSA Meeting held on 1st December - please click here.

Information on the planned improvements to school security - please click here to read a letter from Karen Revel-Chion, Chair of Governors, regarding the upgrade of the school security.

Minutes of SMSA Meeting held on 9/11/11 - please click here.  Key points : agreed to £2K spending on new bark around climbing equipment in Junior playground; BBQ to be repaired; planning application for new security fence to be made to Haringey shortly; SMSA shopping to be widely promoted with a target of £500 to be raised between Nov. 1st and Dec. 31st.  See minutes for more details on these and other matters, incl. response from Lynne Featherstone, MP.

New guidelines for Class Reps. on Cake Sale funds - please click here.

SMSA October Meeting Minutes - Please see the minutes for details regarding plans to improve security at the school; finance update; upcoming events including Bonfire Night and Panto; and much more! 

Congratulations to the Gardening Club for winning 4 prizes at the Autumn Show of the Highgate Horticultural Society on Saturday 17th September.
1st Prize in Under 16s Mixed Vegetables; 2nd Prize in Under 16s Runner Beans; 3rd Prize in Mixed Herbs; Highly Recommended in Autumn Flower Arrangement.  See 'Gallery' for pictures.

SMSA Meeting 14th Sept - Main points :  Teachers wishlist items agreed; 4 large carpets for Yrs 3 & 4 class rooms, money counter for office.  SMSA to provide approx. £10,000 funding to school in 2011-12 for core activities. Governors updated on difficult LEA funding.  Please see minutes for more info - click here.

Secondary School Application: If you have children in years 5 or 6 you may wish to read the information regarding Secondary School applications. Click here for a summary of State and Independent Schools key dates.  Click here for information and key dates for Independent Schools and Click here for State Schools.

Are you a new Class Rep.?  If so you might find these notes helpful.

Panto DVD On Sale Now - the 2011 Panto DVD of Sleeping Beauty is available from Tessa in the School Office for £10 (or 2 copies for £15).

Zumba Classes - Every Thursday evening at St. Michael's School.  Click here for more information.

Saxophone & Clarinet lessons - Christian Brewer is an established jazz saxophonist (and a St. Michael's dad) and can provide tuition in both instruments (CRB checked).  Call 07966028777 or visit www.myspace.com/christianbrewer for further information.





2017 - 2018 KEY DATES

The St. Michael's School Website

Are you a new Class Rep.?  If so you might find these notes helpful.

Minutes of recent SMSA Meetings

Contact The SMSA by email


SMSA Shopping  Raise money for the SMSA when you shop online at all your favourite shops including John Lewis, M & S, Boden, Mothercare, Play, Amazon, Comet, Dixons, Tesco and many more. You pay the same prices and we receive a commission of up to 10% Click here - there are over 200 online retailers to choose from!

Governors Fund Standing Order Form - For more details on what the Governors Fund supports please click here

Governor S.O. form

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