In our ‘Revolutions’ History topic, we have learned all about different aspects of Victorian lives over many lessons. This week, we consolidated our learning with some role play and performances. In groups, we prepared a typical scene from a Victorian Britain; from a pickpocket at the market, to breakfast in the slums. After working together […]Read More UKS2 Victorian Role Play
Ahoy there me hearties! We be learning about pirates and treasure and all things under the sea, arrrrrrrr! Can you start your day by learning the Boogie Beebies dance? Dog Loves Books, Series 1: 21. Dog Loves Pirates: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jbk1 via @bbciplayer Let’s Play, Series 2: 17. Pirate: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0528c5c via @the Pirates also like to put […]Read More Preschool Monday 15th June
Hello St. Margaret’s! I thought it was about time we had another round-up of all the amazing Arts and Culture out there. I’ve gathered together lots of resources below, all with links to the relevant websites. There should be something for everyone so have a browse and maybe step out of your comfort zone and […]Read More Arts round-up
Let’s have a magical Thursday with this episode of Tree Fu Tom. Some naughty creatures introduce Slime to the magical woods today, will Tom be able to sort things out? Tree Fu Tom, Series 5: 2. Ranger Tom and the Musha Rangers: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b070xhzx via @bbciplayer Now, could you make your own salt dough or slime […]Read More Preschool 14/5
I am so proud of you Nursery class! You have started several small businesses and so far I have seen a garden centre 🌷🌺🌼 a supermarket 🥫🏪 🛒a couple of bakeries🧁🥧 and a shop that seemed to have shoes 🛍AND cake which is music to my ears! Someone even opened a theatre 🎭 . Carry […]Read More Preschool 6/5 Expanding Business!
The National Theatre are free-streaming a performance on their official YouTube channel NT YouTube channel every Thursday night at 7pm, which will then be available for the next 7 days. First up, at 7pm tonight, is One Man, Two Guvnors, the farce which made James Corden a superstar. Some of the funniest and most brilliantly-timed […]Read More National Theatre at home starts TONIGHT
Need a bit of a lift Nursery? Well get on your dancing shoes and let’s go wild by playing the Stick Song from Hey Duggie on a 5 minute loop! Grown ups, it’s an easy find on YouTube and a firm favourite as you can see from our videos! I have also included some dances […]Read More Nursery 2/4
The Royal Opera House are going to be streaming productions for free over the coming weeks and the programme starts tonight with children’s ballet Peter and the Wolf. This colourful, narrated children’s ballet sees a boy save his grandfather and animal friends from a big, bad wolf. Suitable for all ages, it stars pupils of […]Read More Peter and the Wolf 7pm TONIGHT – free performance
We are having such fun acting out our favourite stories and we feel fabulous dressed as famous characters!Read More World Book Day in PreSchool
Last week, Years 3 and 4 began exploring the question, ‘Is forgiveness always possible?’ We came up with different scenarios which might require forgiving and discussed how we would feel if we were in the victim’s position, whether we could forgive and how hard it would be. This week we explored whether Jesus had enemies […]Read More Did Jesus have enemies?