Reception (and anyone else that would like to take part!) I would like to set you a challenge, Sir Thomas Moore was an amazing and inspirational gentleman. He raised millions of pounds for the NHS, and in his memory I would like you to set yourself a challenge. Sir Thomas Moore walked 100 lengths of […]Read More In memory of Sir Thomas Moore
This week we have been and will continue to make salt dough counting cookies! These cookies will help us learn with one to one correspondence, and will help us recognise numbers 1-10 as we will write the numbers on the other side (so a cookie with 5 buttons will have 5 on the other side). […]Read More Fun in Reception this week.
This Sunday our team of parents and teachers will be taking on the Big Half marathon, running 13.1 miles around London, to raise money for the Friends of St Margaret’s. So far we have raised nearly £2500 which is incredible. This money is going to be used to help fund new books across the school, […]Read More Team St Margaret’s!
We have been joining in with rhymes and making dance moves to music today. We are getting very good at copying movements and putting them together into a sequence to make a dance. Our listening ears are fantastic!Read More Nursery ❤️Music!
Just like all the parents and carers that are getting ready for the Big Half we have been exercising too!Read More Reception get involved in fitness, just like the parents/carers getting ready for Sunday!
In year 4, we have been learning what a ‘bug’ is in coding language and how to find them. We went outside and had relay races to complete a code to match a grid. It was really important that we checked the rest of our teams code for bugs as we went, to ensure our […]Read More Find the bug
We’ve been using our French to keep active by playing the French equivalent of ‘Simon Says’, namely ‘Jacques a dit’ in order to practise our parts of the body and classroom instructions. We’ve also been playing a game where the children have to use their knowledge of colours to run and find objects in the […]Read More Trouvez-moi… Active French in Years 3 & 4
As part of our fundraising for Children in Need, we joined in with Joe Wicks and completed the ‘Big Morning Move’ this morning. We dressed up in sporty clothes and enjoyed our work out!Read More Children in Need’s Big Morning Move
“That was much better than I thought it would be!” High praise indeed from one of our oldest students who was honest enough to admit that they were not particularly looking forward to a half-term of dance enrichment. Our mixed group of Year 5 and 6 children were nothing short of awesome in our first […]Read More Dance Enrichment raises the roof
We’ve had another great day and are so proud of this wonderful group of children! We started with Shelter Building, then (after Mr Wilson’s visit) moved onto Archery and Abseiling after lunch. We couldn’t let Halloween go by without some glow stick fun, apple bobbing and spooky games.Read More Year 6: Kingswood Day 4