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 4 - Mr Steane

Night out with Year 6

Year 6, with Mr. Steane and Mrs.Beaumont, had a celebration night out this evening.

They started off at Mission Exit, and as they successfully completed their mission were treated to a McDonalds.

Then it was time for home.

Leavers assembly

Year 6 put on another great performance this afternoon at their leavers assembly. We wish them well in the future.

2nd prize in gardening competition

Congratulations to our Year 6 gardeners who came second in a recent competition run by the Rotary club. Members of the Rotary club came to school today to present the children with their prize.   Well done everyone.

It’s judging time.

The year 6 children put the finishing touches to the garden last week before it was judged by members of the rotary club.

The children have done a fantastic job and we get the results later this week.  We also have a resident frog now who loves the garden!!

50th Celebrations

To end the celebration of 50 years of St. Margaret’s, the ‘Friends Association’ arranged a garden party on Friday afternoon for pupils past and present.  The event was brilliant, as well as the current pupils we saw a number of older pupils return to the school to help celebrate.  We would like to especially thank Andrew Cartwright, Bernie Bowler and Claire Tabb for all their hard work in preparing for the event, as usual the result was spectacular.  Thank you also to one of our Governors Anthony McKeown for providing the below photographs of the event.

Start of St. Margaret’s 50th celebration

A fantastic Mass this morning with Bishop Patrick. The children behaved exceptionally. The children were excited and honoured that Bishop Patrick came to visit them. They had a party this afternoon and the ‘Friends Association’ organised for an ice cream van to come. It was all very exciting and a wonderful start to our celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of St. Margaret’s Catholic school.

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.

Look how our garden grows!!

Class 4 have been working extremely hard on our garden area to get it ready for judging by the rotary club.

From this………………

To this………..

Brilliant work everyone.

More from the Sett Valley

Here are some more pictures from our day out on the Sett Valley Trail.