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

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

Class 1 - Ms Ingham (St Margaret's)

More Easter egg hunt photos

Easter egg hunt Class 1 and 3

Class 1 and 3 got together today to take part in a Easter egg hunt on the field. They did so good there were none left for the teachers!!

Chaplaincy team surprise

Our Chaplaincy team leader surprised the Chaplaincy team this lunchtime with Easter Eggs for all their hard work.  Thank you Mrs King for everything you do.

Canon Hall Farm visit

Despite the cold weather, both Class 1’s went on a visit to Canon Hall Farm today as part of their topic.  When we arrived we met some meerkats.

Then we went and had a look at the Farrowing barns where we saw new born piglets with their Mums, each sow can have up to 14 piglets.  We then went into another barn where piglets that were older were, they were very sleepy!!!  We then saw some rare breeds including Ted who is a new born Highland cow.

Then it was time for lunch but we got to stroke peanuts the guinea pig first . 

After lunch we went on a tractor ride and then we were so lucky to see a lamb being born.

 

 

Then it was time for the sheep race and home on the coach.  It was a lovely day and the children were exceptional.

Sponsored Dance

Both Class 1’s took part in a sponsored dance afternoon today. The children danced away and were brilliant. We will keep you updated on how much they have raised when we get all the money in.

Year 1 dance day

Both year one classes went to Glossopdale school today for a dance day. They really enjoyed themselves.

The wheel moves on

The St. Ralph Sherwin wheel was taken by pupils from St. Margaret’s to its next school which is St. Mary’s in Glossop. There was a lovely assembly which our pupils enjoyed.

Easter Garden

Our Easter garden has been set up in Reception and looks amazing, thank you to Mrs Hill, one of our volunteers, for setting it all up.  The children in Class 3 will be making their own gardens next week.

Making jewellery and new homes!!

Year 1 children from both schools had a busy day at Forest school on Wednesday. They made some jewellery for Mother’s day and then new homes for the woodland animals, including a zip wire.