Barn Dance – 5.30pm Saturday 6th October at Kingswood Halls Harvest Festival Parade Service – 10.30am Sunday 7th October Halley Lecture with Rev Dr Gillian Straine – 7.30pm Tuesday 20th November Details for all on the website or facebook page. www.stmargaretslee.org.uk www.facebook.com/StMargaretsLeeRead More Church Harvest Festival & Barn Dance
This is a great opportunity to meet all the parents and carers in your child’s class, and have some fun! It was a huge hit last year, we had food, games, and drinks! We would love you to join us! It’s Friday 28th September 7:30-9:30, you will see posters outside nursery and reception. Also, how […]Read More Party! 28th September – calling all nursery and reception parents
Term got underway with a wonderful whole school assembly led by Reverend Tim Goode the new St Margaret’s Lee Church Rector (and Boris the accordion)! With 10 tips on being happy, it certainly put everyone in a very positive frame of mind. Tim will be leading school assembly on most Mondays and he will often […]Read More One Church, Three Venues
The Summer Reading Challenge is here and this year – inspired by the 80th anniversary of the Beano – the theme is Mischief Makers. Keep your child’s reading skills and confidence up over the summer by visiting your local library and taking part. Children receive special rewards each time they finish a book. For more […]Read More Calling all Mischief Makers….
In Partnership between Saxon Crown and Fusion Lifestyle free school top-up swimming sessions are available for students at Lewisham primary schools. The sessions are provided to help swimmers improve and achieve the National Curriculum standard in swimming. The National Curriculum aims for children to be able to swim 25 metres and to tread water for […]Read More Lewisham Swimming: Free top-up school swimming lessons
Celebration of the men commemorated in the St Margaret’s Church WWI memorial In St Margaret’s Church we have a memorial to the young men who became soldiers and sailors between 1914 and 1918. They went to fight in World War I to help protect their families back home in London. The memorial names young men […]Read More WWI memorial
We were lucky enough to welcome back John McCorkell to St. Margaret’s on Monday, in order for the children and staff to take part in Disability Awareness workshops. John led a whole-school assembly in the morning and throughout the day, children took part in age-appropriate activities and discussions designed to increase their awareness of and […]Read More Disability Awareness Workshops
We need you! If you have an answer to the question above then please see Miss Turnbull (Year 1) or the office for a piece of coloured paper. Miss Turnbull is compiling answers from across the school community- children, volunteers, staff, visitors, parents and carers and will share the responses in the foyer in the […]Read More What makes our school a caring, Christian community?
On Friday the residents from Leah Lodge Care Home came to spend some time with Year 1. The children made some pictures and spent some time talking with the residents. It was glorious weather and a wonderful way to spend Friday afternoon in the community.Read More Friday Afternoon with Our Friends From Leah Lodge Care Home
Year 4 escaped the heat this afternoon by decamping to St Margaret’s Church, where they produced some fabulous sketches of religious objects to round off this term’s church topic.Read More Sketching St Margaret’s