It’s always nice to have someone new to tell a story to 😁🐶Read More Storytelling to Luna
Please share this with your child(ren). They have been briefed in assembly. The link will also be sent by email/text. …Read More THE BIG ASK
Before we learn about how we fight viruses, we learned a bit about how are bodies are made up of cells.Read More We’re made up of cells!
Over the coming weeks, the children will be learning about microbes, the differences between bacteria and viruses and how we can stay safe from infection. They will also be learning about how vaccination works and the role it has on keeping us safe from viruses, including flu and CoVID-19. This week, children learned that the […]Read More Bacteria v Virus
To compliment the excellent coaching the children receive from Mr Tobi, we are fortunate to have two cricket specialist coaches working with Y4 for the next 6 weeks. If your child expresses an interest in cricket, please let us know and we can signpost you to a local club.Read More Cricket in Y4
Congratulations to Lino, father of Mattis and Zac, who appeared on Masterchef last night and narrowly missed out on a semi- final place! Anyone who watched it will be hoping Lino is helping at the Friends BBQ in the summer! 🤤 🍤 🌶Read More St Margaret’s Masterchef!
Children in year one and two are learning about school in the past using primary sources including the photograph below of the old school shortly before it was demolished. We are developing our curriculum in KS2 so that children build on this and learn more about the history of the local area. There is a […]Read More Local history
Today’s message to the children was: If you find reading or spelling difficult, you can still do well at school and beyond. We looked at three famous people who all found reading and spelling difficult at school: Albert Einstein, Richard Branson and author Sally Gardner. The children learned that difficulty with reading or spelling can […]Read More Dyslexia
We continued our challenge of gender stereotyping today by looking at boys and two professions that historically have relatively low numbers of men: nursing and primary school teaching. We talked about the qualities that nurses and primary school teachers need. We reflected on how there are many boys who have those qualities and should confidently […]Read More I want to be a nurse
We’ve been learning some hobbies in French. We take turns to act one out and then (when asked by the class) tell them what we’re doing!Read More Qu’est-ce que tu fait ?