Courageous inspiration

On the way to Greenwich park last weekend, I walked across the Heath and saw a young girl wrapped up warm, with a stall. When I got closer, I realised she was a Year 4 pupil from St Margaret’s. She was selling models made from conkers and she told me about how she was raising […]

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RE Quality Mark – GOLD!

We were delighted to have been awarded the RE Quality Mark Gold for our RE teaching and learning. A quote from the assessment report: The school’s RE programme of study carefully blends the best of the old syllabus with the diocesan one. Deep thinking is promoted through excellent use of Philosophy for Children. As a […]

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Salad design

In food technology enrichment today, we designed our own salads. Alongside the designing, we had to chop, slice and grate in preparation for making our masterpieces. It was also a great opportunity for children to try new foods – nearly everyone in the group tried spinach and sugar snaps – many of them for the […]

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Courageous advocacy

Speak up for people who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless. – Proverbs 31:8 Following our school focus on courageous advocacy, several of our pupils are already thinking about what they can do to help others. Almost every day in the playground, I have groups of children saying what […]

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National poetry day

Yesterday was national poetry day and we celebrated with a special assembly that included a range of poetry read and performed by pupils and teachers. Mr Demeger performed a classic! Miss Higgitt read a poem written by a boy with Asperger syndrome and some children from Y4 read poems they wrote in the same style.

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Awesome librarians

We are fortunate to have a dedicated team of librarians from Y5 this year. They have been fully trained by Mrs McGregor, our reading leader and they have already been busy covering, stamping and sorting books and generally keeping the library in good order.

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