Today Y3 to 6 were treated to a concert performed by a piano trio (piano, violin and cello).Read More Chamber music concert
In July and October, we hire Colfes swimming pool and two coaches to provide two series of intensive swimming lessons. The total time spent in the pool for each child is roughly five hours across the week, equating to 10-11 regular swimming lessons. The advantages of this approach to swimming lessons are that: We have […]Read More Y3 intensive swimming!
Congratulations to the 10 Year 5 and 6 pupils who represented the school at the Lewisham Quad athletics tournament. 19 schools took part, 190 children. St Margaret’s Lee finished in 4th place overall, with Millie finishing 5th girl and Ian finishing 6th boy overall.Read More Quad athletics tournament
When asked by a girl in Y3, “Why do we grow fruit in school and not pick it?” I knew it was time to get harvesting!Read More Raspberry harvest
Please join us on Friday 6th July from 6 to 8.30pm for our Friends Summer BBQ. This is an end of year celebration of our St. Margaret’s community and a thank you to all our families and friends for their support throughout the year. All staff, governors and families currently attending St. Margaret’s are welcome […]Read More FRIENDS SUMMER BBQ 2018
As with every year, this year we have stocked up on disposable plates, cup and cutlery. However, this is something we want to change for future events in order to cut down on waste. Tomorrow, we encourage you to ‘bring your own’ plates, cups and cutlery. There will be a washing up bowls, rinsing bowls […]Read More International Day Waste
This week, Year 6 are discussing whether the World Cup is fair or not. In Maths, we are looking at FIFA rankings, relative incomes and other statistics to establish how fair the competition really is. In Literacy we are debating the same question but also talking about gender equality with regard to worldwide participation in […]Read More Year 6 debate – is the World Cup Fair?
Yesterday I attended the Healthy Schools conference and had the pleasure of meeting and hearing from Elaine Wyllie, the former headteacher who started ‘the daily mile’ – a simple but highly effective way of getting children fitter. As you may know, we are piloting various approaches to getting children more active. We are now signed […]Read More The Daily Mile
Yesterday, Year 6 spent time visiting older members of our community at the Kingswood Halls, where they hold the Darby and Joan club on Tuesday afternoons. I was so very proud of our wonderful young people as they made such an effort to engage with, and talk to, all the guests at the club. We […]Read More Year 6 visit the Darby and Joan Club