Yesterday was national poetry day and we celebrated with a special assembly that included a range of poetry read and performed by pupils and teachers. Mr Demeger performed a classic! Miss Higgitt read a poem written by a boy with Asperger syndrome and some children from Y4 read poems they wrote in the same style.Read More National poetry day
Continuing our work about the Christian faith, we learned about Holy Communion last week – why it is celebrated, what it means to Christians and what happens during the service. We split into groups to read the words from the service and to re-enact what happens, using blackcurrant juice and cream crackers in place of […]Read More Holy Communion and what it means
This morning Year 1 & 2 visited the Unicorn theatre to see a fantastic production of Anansi the Spider. The children loved the show and we are all looking forward to learning more about the stories in class. A big thank you to the parents who came along too.Read More Anansi the Spider
We re-enacted a holy communion in RE. We performed as either a vicar that blessed the bread and wine (the body and blood of Christ), a server – who carried the candle or incense, or a church goer that received communion.Read More Holy Communion
Years 3 and 4 had a great day visiting the Museum of London on Friday, where we met a real Viking! We had a glorious walk along the brand new pedways (high-level walkways) from Moorgate tube station to the Museum, and got to see some of the original wall which was built hundreds of years […]Read More Years 3 and 4 meet a Viking!
Yet another lovely day. The sun put his hat on and Bob Marley sang us some songs! Well done class 😊Read More Second day in Pre-School 😃
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!