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We produce a weekly newsletter which is distributed by pupil post, usually on a Thursday, and also through our mailing list.
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At St Margaret's we take the stance that all of us our God's children, created in the image of God, upholding the biblical scriptures in accordance with the school's Trust Deed.
We do not directly or indirectly intend to exclude any person from our school based on any of the protective characteristics. This includes a persons beliefs, identity or view.
To supoport this we are working towards achieving the Rainbow Flag Award to demonstrate our commitment to preventing bullying of certain sections of our community. For more information visit: https://www.theproudtrust.org/news-archive/rainbow-flag-award-for-schools/
JUSTICE FORTNIGHT - Wed 27 Feb to Wed 13 March
As part of our Justice Week - 'Fair Treat-Fair Trade' we will be exploring with our older pupils how society responds to different views of sexuality, sexual orientation religious belief and political views and how this is interpreted with the protected characteristics and British Values.
All work in school is inline with the expectations of the Liverpool Diocese.
Return to this page to see examples of our work.
Please click on the following links to LGBT advice.
Valuing All God’s Children (2017)
Guidance for Church of England schools to prevent homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
'Ready for School?' - Join us for our Open Evening - Monday 3 December - 5pm to 6pm
Welcoming you to our Nursery and Reception Open Evening will be our wonderful children representatives and dedicated staff!
Please come through the main entrance and we will have some fun Christmas activities for your child and an opportunity to see the school. The Execitive Headteacher and Head of School talks will take place at 5.00 and 5.30pm.
THRIVE FOR LIFE: 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.