Confirmation by new Bishop of Liverpool
The new Bishop of Liverpool, Rt. Revd Dr John Perumbalath confirmed pupils on Sunday 22 May thanks to the wonderful staff of St Margaret's in providing them with Confirmation classes afer school in the absence of an incumbent in our parish church.
Celebrating the Coronation
Such a fantastic celebration, for three weeks in May we learned about the importance of the King's Coronation, the succession to the throne and how as head of the Comonwealth and Church of England King Charles III brings people together.
Look at our photos and see children having such fun and contributing to a great time.
Below the whole school of over 470 children made an enormous version of King Charles special ensignia!
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Our Family Themed Night - When I Grow Up...
We have run these successful events in the past (pre-COVID) and children and parents have said how great they are, so we are doing them again!
All children need to be accompanied by an adult. After school, children will be given a Competition Passport. There are many activities to take part in, though to enter the competition you must do 5 of them. Winners get hampers of food worth £25!
Reception Class Open Days for September 2023 & 2024 Intakes
Despite a low birthrate, we only have two vacancies for our reception class - if wanting a place please contact the school office.
Next Open Day: Monday 24 April 2pm and 4pm.
An opportunity to visit our fabulous classrooms and environment. If you are already attending one of our nursery classes you do not need to attend. This is for those who do not know our school! Whilst applications for September 2023 will be treated as late applications, we can accomodate a few children out of our normal catchment who did not want to accept their school offered by the local authority.
Register your interest in getting more information on St Margaret's pupil admission by contacting our school office via the school Live Chat on this site.
Parents Evening Online Bookings
Reception Year to Year 6 parents evening is on Tuesday 18th & Wednesday 19th April : 3.30 - 5.30pm.
Nursery Year parents evening is on Wednesday 26th April to Thursday 27th : 2.00 - 5.30pm.
Please note we also have face-to-face 'Know it and show it' sessions at the end of each of the terms for your child to informally show you the work they have been undertaking.
Reception to Year 6 should have already received a Parent Online Booking Information Letter before the end of term. Nursery Year will receive their letters when we return to school after Easter. All appointments will be via video meetings. This is integrated into the booking system.
You will need to have received a letter with your child's 8 digit login code to access this system.
- Click on the link here: PARENTS EVENING ONLINE BOOKING
- From the booking information letter, enter the Parent Login Code, Class and Email (to receive the link to the meeting).
- Book your appointment.
A Step-by-step guide is available here: Step-By-Step Booking Guide
To assist you in resolving technical issues and advice how to get the most from the meeting we have provided further advice below.
If you have more than one child, and they do not appear on the dashboard, it is important to Logout and Login again with the Parent Login Code and name for each child. If you have a query or need help please contact the school office via Live Chat.
Technical Support Information
Please find here information to support you in booking your online meeting: How to book and join video meetings.
Please note: If you have not got a working code please contact the school office by Live Chat and we can provide this to you. The login code is not sentive information.
Making the Most from Parents Evening
Appointments for parents evening are 5 minutes long. Whilst you are of course welcome to discuss specific issues at a follow-up appointment, it is important that you as parents get the most from this session. To help there is a booklet that was published some years ago by the DFES (the old name for DFE) to help parents gain the most from these meetings. Some national information within this booklet has changed but still has some important messages and ideas.
Making the Most of Parents_Evenings Leaflet
As a school we aim for you to leave the brief meeting with a clear overview of how your child is progressing, whether there are any barriers to their learning and how the school and you can help your child to make further progress. The meeting will focus largely on reading, writing and mathematics, how settled they are and their attitude to work & school.
At parents evening you will receive a Termly Progress Report that outlines the next steps of learning in these areas. If you require more time to discuss a particular issue you are strongly encouraged to make a further appointment with your child's teacher on another day. We have put together a booklet to explain the Termly Report which will be given on the evening.
- CofE Digital Charter
- Join Team - Vacancies
- Industrial Action
- Flourishing Conference
- Gold Games Award
- Bucking the 2022 results trend
- Atrium Library YR-3
- Jubilee Celebrations
- Skills Survey
- KS2 SATS 2022
- Thriving After-school
- Bishop's dedication
- Everything COVID...
- World Book Day 2021
- E-book Launch
- Bringing Hope!
- Online Access, E-Safety & Internet Use
- Free School Meals