Intergenerational group

Our volunteers from year 5 met with some of our more elderly members of the local community at the Lee Green Community Centre, a partnership organised by the Incommon charity. Their mission is to bring together different generations within the community to learn from one another, play games and have some fun! Our children were […]

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Scary news advice

CBBC have made a really helpful video to help children (and parents) reflect on news stories that may be upsetting. Have a watch – it could help you to talk about things with your child. We have already talked to the children about showing empathy towards children and families in our school who may be […]

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Cycle More Challenge

A message from one of our parents … During the month of August, myself Sarah and my daughter Nina (year 4) will be carrying out the Cycle More Challenge, fundraising for the Ickle Pickle Children’s Charity, raising cash for the Neonatal Unit at Lewisham Hospital. The Ickle Pickle Charity is an amazing charity that supports […]

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Lent Call Big Project

At St Margaret’s every child has helped to create a tea towel to raise awareness about plastic pollution. See below for our design and watch this space for the finished product…! When it is up for sale all proceeds will be going to the Bishop of Southwark’s Lent Call.

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The BiG Half

As well as a group of teachers, there are a number of parents who are running the Big Half Marathon this year, raising money for the Friends of St Margaret’s Lee in the process. Look out for sponsor forms and remember that money raised will go towards making the school even better!

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The Story of the Buddha

Year 3 have been continuing their learning about Buddhism by finding out about the story of Prince Siddhartha and how he came to enlightenment. We talked about his sheltered and privileged early life and how shocking it must have been for him to encounter the existence of old age, sickness, death and poverty. We then […]

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