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
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
Some of us brought our flags in to show our friends. Then we all decided to choose our favourite flag and recreate it with some very skilled ruler use! The winners will be announced tomorrow 👍😃Read More Reception’s flag competition
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?
This Friday is International Day! All parents and carers are welcome from 2pm. It’s a really fun day celebrating the diversity of our school and community. Children can come to school wearing their national costume, party clothes or sporting team colours. If you are bringing food to share you can either give it to the […]Read More International Day this Friday from 2pm!
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
We say goodbye to Miss Wood today, following almost 6 years of dedicated service to the school. Yesterday the reception parents gave her a fitting send off following the amazing reception pirate assembly and after show party! Today the school had a special assembly watching a video prepared by Mille and Nancy from Y6 and […]Read More Farewell Miss Wood 😢