Year 5 have spent our final half term reading the wonderful Kensuke’s Kingdom! We wrote some superb reviews which we hope will convince you to read it yourselves over the summer break!Read More Kensuke’s Kingdom
Dear all, Another fantastic year at St Margaret’s is over! Thank you to all our families who provide so much support and encouragement – this really is a great place to work and learn. Our children have a range of different experiences over the summer break. We have three top tips whatever your children are […]Read More Summer break
Here are a few photos from our class picnic . We had a great time and had plenty of food! We will miss you all very much but look forward to seeing many of you in your smart new uniforms next year in reception! Have a fantastic summer everyone!Read More Park picnic!
The Summer Reading Challenge is here and this year – inspired by the 80th anniversary of the Beano – the theme is Mischief Makers. Keep your child’s reading skills and confidence up over the summer by visiting your local library and taking part. Children receive special rewards each time they finish a book. For more […]Read More Calling all Mischief Makers….
In Partnership between Saxon Crown and Fusion Lifestyle free school top-up swimming sessions are available for students at Lewisham primary schools. The sessions are provided to help swimmers improve and achieve the National Curriculum standard in swimming. The National Curriculum aims for children to be able to swim 25 metres and to tread water for […]Read More Lewisham Swimming: Free top-up school swimming lessons
The school library requires: Tom Gates books Diary of a Wimpy Kid books Book s by Robin Stevens Please donate any of the above to school!Read More Book donations!
Celebration of the men commemorated in the St Margaret’s Church WWI memorial In St Margaret’s Church we have a memorial to the young men who became soldiers and sailors between 1914 and 1918. They went to fight in World War I to help protect their families back home in London. The memorial names young men […]Read More WWI memorial
Congratulations to the winner of our World Cup Sweepstake competition – France!Read More Yr.4 – The FIFA World Cup 2018
Today Y3 to 6 were treated to a concert performed by a piano trio (piano, violin and cello).Read More Chamber music concert
On Thursday Year 3 had a great trip to The British Museum. They learnt about the Rosetta Stone and investigated the languages inscribed on it. From this they designed their own hieroglyphics and coded them using modern day techniques.Read More Year 3 visit The British Museum