THRIVE FOR LIFE (AUTUMN '19): A SENSE OF PLACE
Focusing on Geography and Culture, families joined us for two hours of fun and learning as they completed an orienteering course with age expected knowledge of countries and their features (such as capital cities). Children made different types of bread from around the world, they made biscuits to represent different flags as well as the opportunity to make from scratch a curry base (to add meat or veg to at home) and chippatis.
THRIVE FOR LIFE (SUMMER '19): BE HAPPY, BE HEALTHY
A fantastic evening was attended by a record number of parents - we think over 300!
Families took part in activities within four zones that promoted healthy lifestyles, online safety, anti-bullying and being safe with our national 'Kid Safe' programme.
We ran a competition during the event for family tickets into local and regional attractions ncluding family trip to the zoo, swimming, or cinema
Look at our Twitter feed for photos of the event.
New Non-Smoking Policy
The school is consulting on a new non-smoking policy that the PSHE Team have developed. This is to improve the air enviromnment as well as prevention of smoking behaviours within children later in their lives.
Parental Satisfaction Survey
Please find HERE a link to the results of our parent satisfaction survey.
We are pleased that from the 195 responses on parents evening they continue to show that:
100% parents agree that their child is happy at St Margaret's.
100% parents would recommend St Margaret's to another parent.