The Federation of All Saints and St. Margaret's Catholic Voluntary Academy

The Federation of All Saints and
St Margaret’s Catholic Primary Schools

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LATEST LETTERS/NEWS

2nd December 2020

I have received some more amazing pictures of your Nativities. Keep it up.

Thank you

Mrs Beaumont

29th November 2020

I have already received some lovely pictures of the Cribs you are making. Well done, these are fantastic.

Thank you

Mrs Beaumont

 

 

23 November, 2020
Letter 23rd November 2020

20 November, 2020
Parent lunches letter(1)

 

 

18 November, 2020
Briars Day

15 November, 2020

Reverse Advent Calendar starting on Monday 16th November at St. Margaret’s to help Glossopdale Foodbank this year to boost Christmas supplies.
You don’t open a flap and pull out a chocolate with the Glossopdale Foodbank version!
At school we have decided to make a box with lots of spaces and put in items of food in every day. We are asking for a donation each day from every child at St Margaret’s & all the staff.  This could be tins, pasta, toiletries, biscuits, Christmas treats, sweets but bear in mind the shelf life of the item.
When the four weeks are over we will take the goodies to Glossopdale Foodbank
It’s always lovely for children and families to have an Advent Calendar, which reminds them Christmas is approaching. If this is reversed, giving, rather than receiving, it will mean so much to those whose lives are undergoing stress and who are unable to buy food during this festive time.

 

13 November, 2020

Is your child going to be starting Primary School next September?
If so, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed by all the choices and information out there. However, have you considered the unique opportunities and environment we can offer you and your child at All Saints Catholic Voluntary Academy?
Rated by OFSTED as “GOOD”, it is the aim of the school to strive to uncover the talents, interests and God-given gifts of each child who joins us.
Situated in a unique location, within the picturesque conservation area of Old Glossop and right next to Manor Park, we are Glossop’s oldest Primary School, having been teaching the children of Glossop since 1842! We treat each child as an individual and operate a teaching and learning environment agile enough to be able to build a curriculum around them.

We would encourage you to visit our website and although we can’t show you around school at the moment due to lockdown, we can arrange an online meeting or phone call with our headteacher to understand for yourself just what it is that makes us different from other primary schools!

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6 November, 2020

Thinking about Primary School choices for next year?
If your child is going to be starting primary school in September 2021, the choices can sometimes be overwhelming! However, have you thought about the unique opportunities we can offer you at St Margaret’s Catholic Voluntary Academy?
Rated by OFSTED as “GOOD”, it is the aim of the school to strive to uncover the talents, interests and God-given gifts of each child who joins us.
Situated in a unique location, with commanding, panoramic views across the surrounding Glossop countryside, we treat each child as an individual and operate a teaching and learning environment agile enough to be able to build a curriculum around them.

We would encourage you to visit our website before contacting us to make an appointment to come and see us, to understand for yourself just what it is that makes us different from other primary schools!

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 3 November, 2020
Letter to parents 3rd November 2020

1st November, 2020

St. Margaret’s staff team challenge 400,000 steps a day for Breast Cancer Now throughout October is finally over & it’s been such fun for all of us although very wet walking. We needed to walk 3,200,000 steps between us this month & we completed an amazing 3,211,485 steps!! One member of staff has completely out walked the rest of us,
Sue Harrison has completed 511,700 steps on her own! Thanks to everyone for supporting us & without you we couldn’t have raised £1010!

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