On Tuesday, Year 5 travelled to the East End to visit The Ragged School. They all embraced the opportunity to dress up as Victorian children and experienced what life would have been like for a child over 100 years ago. Copperplate lettering, mnemonics and arithmetic were on the schedule for the day. They decided St […]Read More An exceptionally busy week for Year 5!
On Friday, Year 5 were treated to a storytelling workshop at the Unicorn Theatre with Polar Bear. From the moment they walked in, the children were engaged and involved in every step of the story-telling process and there wasn’t a moment where the audience wasn’t listening intently to all Polar Bear had to say! “Can […]Read More Mouth Open, Story Jump Out – 5 stars from Year 5!
We’ve had such a busy start to the year, we’ve barely had time to tell you about it! We had our first trip last week, to Crofton Roman Villa, in Orpington, where we looked at the remains of a Villa which had lain buried underground for hundreds of years. We made mosaics, did brass rubbings, […]Read More Year 3 visit Crofton Roman Villa
On Thursday Year 3 had a great trip to The British Museum. They learnt about the Rosetta Stone and investigated the languages inscribed on it. From this they designed their own hieroglyphics and coded them using modern day techniques.Read More Year 3 visit The British Museum
Today, Forest School made rockets and fired them high into the sky.Read More Rocket Making 🚀
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
Congratulations to the 10 Year 5 and 6 pupils who represented the school at the Lewisham Quad athletics tournament. 19 schools took part, 190 children. St Margaret’s Lee finished in 4th place overall, with Millie finishing 5th girl and Ian finishing 6th boy overall.Read More Quad athletics tournament
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!
We crushed small rocks to make paint and pressed leaves into paper to create different patterns. We used hammers and nails to begin work on a Wendy house – reusing old fencing. Finally, we were set a challenge to create a water feature out of old drainpipes and string.Read More Forest School – artwork, a wendy house and a water feature.
In forest school we used only natural resources to create artwork inspired by nature.Read More Making Art with nature