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

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

Governors

FOUNDATION GOVERNORS:
Gill McGrath

 Helen Graley

Joanne Conway

Fr Gregory Tobin

 Assumpta O’Connell
VACANT (Parent) VACANT
ELECTED PARENT GOVERNORS:

STAFF GOVERNOR:

LOCAL AUTHORITY GOVERNOR:
Reg Tabb (Chair) All Saints
Sarah Done St Margaret’s 

Ben Steane

Anthony McKeown

CO-OPTED GOVERNOR: ASSOCIATE GOVERNORS:

Kelly Greenhalgh

 

 Terry Watson

 Grainne Beaumont
Canon Daniel Bowdren

HEADTEACHER:

 CLERK TO GOVERNORS:   LINKS TO:
David Hickey
 Chloe Sammarco
  Governance Handbook Jan 2017

Governing Body

Committee Membership

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governing Body

 

 

 

 

Thank you

Thank you all so much for the lovely gifts, cards and words on my retirement they were brilliant and very much appreciated. I have had a wonderful 6 Years working for the Federation, the children were great and it was rewarding looking after them. The staff are fantastic both past and present and do so much for the children. I will still be bringing my grandchildren to school occasionally and look forward to seeing you all. Once again many thanks to you all and all the best for the future.

Leavers meal

Year 6 went out for their leavers meal tonight, it was a great night, thank you so much Mrs Robinson and Mrs Parker. More photos will follow.

Well dressing

A group of children went back down to Church this afternoon to finish our Well Dressing. The finished product is amazing and the Parishioners were very impressed.

This is the finished dressing which will be on display after Mass on Sunday 16th July.

After all their hard work the children were rewarded with a drink and biscuit.

Bacon butties

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Well Dressing preperation

Year 5 children visited the Immaculate Conception Church today with Mr Steane to start work on the Well Dressing.

The children took turns  to work on the project with Mrs O’Connell and this year ours is St. Margaret. When they weren’t working on the dressing they created their own stained glass windows.

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