On the way to Greenwich park last weekend, I walked across the Heath and saw a young girl wrapped up warm, with a stall. When I got closer, I realised she was a Year 4 pupil from St Margaret’s. She was selling models made from conkers and she told me about how she was raising […]Read More Courageous inspiration
Speak up for people who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless. – Proverbs 31:8 Following our school focus on courageous advocacy, several of our pupils are already thinking about what they can do to help others. Almost every day in the playground, I have groups of children saying what […]Read More Courageous advocacy
We are fortunate to have a dedicated team of librarians from Y5 this year. They have been fully trained by Mrs McGregor, our reading leader and they have already been busy covering, stamping and sorting books and generally keeping the library in good order.Read More Awesome librarians
Last year School Council were asked which people they would like to help in our community. Almost every member stated they would like to help people without food or who were homeless. As a result, our assembly this morning was delivered by Carol who informed us all about Lewisham Foodbank. School Council had their first […]Read More A Visit From Lewisham Foodbank
This morning we looked at the following verse from the Bible: “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless.” We reflected on what we can actually do and took some inspiration from the wisdom of Wangari Maathai, who reminds that we should all be doing the […]Read More I will be a hummingbird
What a wonderful way to spend a lunchtime! Today our brilliant school council had a sharing picnic with Trinity Primary School council. They shared their work as councils and their RE work. Inspired by each other, conversation was in full flow and they even enjoyed some play time in the park afterwards!Read More School Council Picnic with Trinity Primary School
Do you care about our future? Today, year 4 have protested across the school, in every classroom, to make a stand against climate change. We believe that climate change needs to be stopped before it’s too late. Did you know that more than 200 species on Earth become extinct every day? We don’t think that […]Read More Year 4’s protest against Climate Change!
Thank you for all of the donations!Read More Finished!
Ready to run!Read More Race for Life 10k