On Sunday 6th December 2020, our fantastic staffing team took part in a 10km walk/jog/ run to raise money for new reading books in classrooms! Well done everyone!Rudolph Run For Reading
As it would have been the annual 'Horsforth Walk of Art' Event on the weekend of the 4th and 5th of July, children in school made "Works" of Art around this year's theme of 'In the jungle'.St Margaret's "Works" of Art 4th and 5th of July
In June every year Bishop Ivan visits St Margaret's to share with us the stories of what's going on at the Hope Revival Centre in Mattuga. This year as he is unable to travel he has sent us this wonderful video message from his home. We hope very much to be able to welcome him back to St Margaret's next year.
This week's PROUD assembly
St Margaret's are now 3rd in the country (May 2020). Well done to all the pupils who have contributed to this! Keep going!Spelling Shed
Thank you to everyone who was able to make it to the Year 6 SAT's meeting. For those who weren't able to attend, please find attached the slides from the evening. Any questions please get in touch. Mr Beldon and Miss Fisher.
Please see the results from our recent Parent Survey.
Please see the attached document below for the results of the 2017 Parents Survey.
From Monday 13th to Friday 17th November 2017, St Margaret’s C of E Primary School celebrated Anti-Bullying Week 2017. The title of this year’s week is “All Different, All Equal”. The week is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, which is based at the National Children’s Bureau.
On Thursday 18th May the children enjoyed themselves at the 'Outdoor Classroom Day' with activities provided by Athina's mum, Addi. She explains, "It's still not clear if their favourite game was the 'Ferocious Pirates-geocaching' or the 'Blind-fly'. What I do recall is lots of giggling and happy children running around wild and free! I truly hope the children look at their school playground with brand new eyes and they remember that wonderful discoveries can be made when we look beyond the obvious." To thank the 12 wonderful volunteers for their time and their enthusiasm Addi made them a special certificate, reminding them how awesome they are. These volunteers have also been given the opportunity to help name the canoe for Team AA. In total we raised £91 towards the purchase of a new canoe for Team AA. All the children that participated in the fun and games also received a specially designed certificate so they too remember that discovering and playing outdoors is a great way to learn and explore the world. On the day pictures of each winning team were taken and these have been incorporated into a lovely picture frame for all the classroom to hang on their wall. Addi added, "Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to inspire the children whilst celebrating such an important date. You will be pleased to know that St Margaret Primary School has been one of the 9,729 schools across the world that took part on outdoor activities; including places like: Hawaii, Alaska, Malta, Egypt, Thailand etc." School would like to thank Addi for giving her time so freely and for making this a great day for the children to enjoy.International Outdoor Classroom Day - 18th May 2017
In July 2015 the children and staff lit the school up in Yellow, green, red or black to support Miss B with her trip to Ghana. Reception had a special visitor and found out what life in Ghana is like! They even tried some Ghanaian food. We raised Â£438! Many thanks once again for your support!Wear a colour from the Ghana flag day
On the 11th December we had a visit from the Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan. She went in to Reception and Year 3 and spoke to a variety of teachers and support staff in school.Visit from the Secretary of State for Education