So proud of these wonderful group of kids! Following our inaugural year 6 leavers celebration at the church, led by the inspiring Reverend Tim, year 6 put on a breathtaking performance of Matilda in front of a hall packed full of proud families. “Even better than the West end production!” Felix’s nanRead More Matilda the musical
We are continuing our work on the question What is hope and why is it important? Today, we looked at the parable of the faithful woman who had been ill for 12 years. We went through a comic strip of the story and, inspired by the symbols of hope in Shaun Tan’s The Red Tree, […]Read More RE drama – where can we find hope in the Parable of the Faithful Woman?
For those new to the school, this is an opportunity for children to showcase their talents. If your child wants to perform, they must practise! Please note the 2 minute time limit – last show had over 50 acts! The show will run in age order, so if you are a Reception parent, your child […]Read More St Margaret’s Got Talent 2019
I am delighted to share the news that Mary-Anne from Year 4 will be starring as young Nala in the Lion King at the Bristol Hippodrome over the coming months. She has worked incredibly hard through a series of auditions and we are very proud of her achievements.Read More Lion King star from St Margaret’s Lee!
Year 6 took a trip to the Unicorn Theatre to see an updated production of the famous Aesop’s Fables.Read More Year 6: Unicorn Theatre
In RE this half term, year 4 are exploring the question; “is it okay to disagree?” We learned about the bible story ‘Mary and Martha’ which is about two sisters who disagree about how to behave around Jesus. We then used the story to inspire modern day stories with disagreements, and resolutions.Read More Drama in RE
We’ve been listening to traditional music from Africa and it’s inspired us to dance!Read More Reception dancers
Year 6 spent the afternoon collaborating in groups to create a performance of the bible story: Daniel and the Lion’s Den. Their endeavours culminated in a vibrant performance including rapping and drumming which they performed to Year 4.Read More Year 6: The Daniel Rap
Year 3 have been treated to sessions with new teachers this morning – all of whom look rather familiar… Our awesome Year 6 students have been working really hard to plan lessons for other classes in the school. This select group have been lucky enough to investigate friction and forces under the expert eyes of […]Read More New teachers in Year 3!
This was the challenge Year 6 were tasked with. Having studied the Story of London (thanks to author Richard Brassey) over the past few weeks, they were asked to respond by performing the history of London in no more than 90 seconds. We’ve had live performances, modern-day parodies, poems, raps, iMovies, animations. In short, Year […]Read More The history of London in 90 seconds …