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 2 - Mrs Deering

CMAT pupil day

Year 5 represented the Federation at the first CMAT pupil day. Pupils from all the schools in the CMAT went to Pride Park in Derby where they took part in a Q+A with Bishop Patrick, had an input from our charity Bluebell Wood and took part in some workshops. The day ended with a celebration Mass. Our children did us proud.

Celebration in Manor Park

Class 2 had a trip to Manor Park to celebrate the end of Keystage 1 SAT’S and as a reward for working so hard. The weather was lovely and they had a great time.

Holy Communion

Six of our Year 3 children had their first Holy Communion today at All Saints Church. The school community was involved with Mrs King one of our Chaplaincy leads doing the readings, Mrs Deering and Mrs Beaumont did the Bidding prayers and some of the school choir attended with Mr Steane, thank you all so much. Special thanks to Mrs Beaumont for preparing the children and Father Martin. It was a day we hope the children will remember.

Visit to St. Mary’s at Marple Bridge

We took the St. Ralph Sherwin wheel to St. Mary’s at Marple Bridge this afternoon to continue it’s journey around the CMAT. We received a very warm welcome from the children who had prepared a lovely liturgy. Our pupils spoke well and did us proud.

Cheerfest 2019

Some of our children went to the New Mill art theatre today to take part in Cheerfest 2019. We had two teams and they were both fantastic and did the Federation proud.

Four of the children won VIP tickets to watch the show from the Royal Box and eat lots of goodies.

Thanks to Mrs Deering and Mrs Parker for preparing the routine and taking the children.


St. Ralph Sherwin Wheel

Today Mrs Quirke and 2 pupils from St. Charles brought the St. Ralph Sherwin Wheel to All Saints for the next part of its journey. We had a lovely assembly and it was great to take part with another school in our CMAT.

Egg hunt time for Classes 2 and 4

It was the turn of Class 2 and 4 to go on an Easter hunt. Lots of eggs were hidden on the field and they had a great time looking for them. They were so good they didn’t leave any for the teachers either!!

Could these be a winning hat

Here are the Easter hats made by some of Class 2. Wow they look really good, is there a winner here?


Class 2 spent the afternoon in Manor Park taking part in a Mapquest competition with other local schools in the area.

It was a beautiful sunny afternoon and once the competition had ended the children were rewarded with ice pops.

The children from all the schools were split into small teams, and we are extremely proud that one of our teams came third.

Well done to all the children and also thank you to the staff and parents that went with the children to help out.

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.