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

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St Margaret’s Catholic Primary Schools

Class 4 - Mr Steane

Rainbows in school

The children who are in school have been busy making these lovely decorations for our windows to support our key workers. Well done everyone they look fantastic.

A Night at the Theatre

Mr. Steane took his class to the theatre on Friday night. They enjoyed a wonderful performance of A Midsummer Nights Dream.

After the performance the class took to the stage themselves.

Science Week

This years theme is diversity in nature. In Class 4 we took the idea of camouflage and part of the session was to create camouaflaged butterflies around the classroom that would be invisible to predators. Look carefully at the pictures and see if you can find them!!

There are two here.

Creating camouflaged butterflies.

Busy at work creating camouflaged butterflies.

Mindfulness and wellbeing

Mrs Robinson ran Club Doodle today which focuses on mindfulness and wellbeing, and there was plenty of children attending. Thank you Mrs Robinson.

Singing at Oakford Manor

Our choir have been singing at Oakford Manor this week. They sang beautifully and the residents enjoyed themselves and speaking to the children after. Well done everyone.


Wow,  well done to all the children for their wonderful Christmas plays. They sang beautifully and every word could be heard. You should all be very proud.

Raising funds for Charity

Our recent singing at Tesco raised £261.00 for charity. Well done to Class 4 you sang brilliantly, thank you Mr Steane for your hard work with the choir. Big thank you to Tesco and your customers for listening to us.

Singing at Tesco

Class 4 went to Tesco’s this morning to sing for the shoppers. They also raised money for a local charity Reubens Retreat and our CMAT charity Bluebell Wood. This singing was lovely and much appreciated by the customers, well done everyone, thank you Mr Steane. #srsfamily


What a fantastic treat we had today.  All the children went to St. Margaret’s and enjoyed a pantomime from M and M Theatrical Productions.  They watched (and took part in) Pinocchio.  What a performance it was brilliant, thank you M and M!!