…is everywhere! From signing in to be able to play games, to helping themselves to maths activity books and writing in books on the walls.Read More Independent writing in Reception
This evening, our Year 4&5 pupils joined the orchestra to perform I Am I Say, a powerful and thought-provoking contemporary piece about climate change by composer and pianist Kate Whitley, who co-founded the Multi-Story Orchestra in Peckham, South London. It was a really powerful performance and a great experience for our children!Read More BLACKHEATH HALLS ORCHESTRA PERFORM: I AM I SAY
Following an exciting set of onstage experiments by our science lead, Mrs Peters, some of the adults in ours school community talked about their jobs in STEM. After that, children from across the school demonstrated and explained some of their science learning from this term. Thanks to all our families who were able to join […]Read More St Margaret’s Science Fair
Y4&5 having a final practice alongside Blackheath orchestra before tonight’s performance.Read More Rehearsals under way
Yesterday, Year 3 had a fun-filled day at the Unicorn Theatre! They watched an amazing musical performance of The Bolds, based on the best-selling children’s book series! The children were laughing, singing and dancing along to the whole show and loved every minute of it! We finished the trip with a scenic lunch by Tower […]Read More Year 3 visit the Unicorn Theatre
Earlier this half term, Year 3 took a trip to the Horniman Museum to take part in a Stone Age workshop. They got the chance to handle artefacts from the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age, as well as show off their amazing knowledge from their history lessons! We ended the trip with a […]Read More Year 3 travel back in time to the Stone Age
We can choose colours for a purposeRead More Rain helps Reception learn about mixing colours.
We’ve been thinking hard about this question in assembly and reviewing it every time we’re in the football cage. We have a large number of children who want the captain’s armband. The challenge for them to be caring (by showing kindness and empathy), encourage their team mates (especially when they make a mistake) and consistently […]Read More what makes a good captain?
A great experience had by all from year 2 up to year 6, exploring the work of El Anatsui in the turbine hall. It was also lovely to hear children’s responses to the various pieces they explored across the gallery.Read More Tate Modern visit