Year 1 had a great craft session with Tasha making Christmas stars. Look out for them in book bags this week as they will be a lovely addition to the Christmas tree!Read More Christmas Craft
A big thank you must go to the KS2 children who have volunteered to be trained up in LEGO Play Therapy skills by Ms Steer in their lunchtimes. You are helping Reception learn and showing great leadership qualities in the process!Read More Year 6 volunteers in Reception
DT Enrichment have been designing and making spring-loaded ‘wacky racers’.Read More Wacky Racers
Four St Margaret’s teams took part in an inter-school football tournament with Trinity today. It was a great experience for all involved (including the enthusiastic spectators) and all four St Margaret’s teams finished in the top four!Read More Football victory!
KS2 enrichment took a perilous turn as we played the raft game. Each team had two rafts upon which to cross the shark-infested, volcanic waters of the hall. If anyone fell in, they were goners! Miss Higgitt and Mrs Peters were very impressed by the teamwork, cooperation and problem-solving displayed by everyone.Read More KS2 enrichment – mind the sharks!
For the past few years, nearly every child in the school has visited the Unicorn Theatre at least once. We feel that the experience of live theatre is an essential part of a fully-rounded education and can inspire and delight children in so many ways. The Unicorn Theatre produce award-winning work for children and young […]Read More The Unicorn Theatre – a box of delights
Year 1 have had a great morning in London. On our way to the Unicorn Theatre we took a slight detour to see Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. The children were very excited about this as we have been learning about landmarks in our London topic. We then went on to the theatre […]Read More Year 1 visit the Unicorn Theatre
At Unicorn Theatre today, Year 4 enjoyed a frightfully (quite literally) spectacular performance of Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales. Despite the screams and gore, we had an awesome time watching classic fairytales coming to life in front of our eyes.Read More Grimm Tales
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!