Maths at St. Margaret's

The following resources are aimed to help parents support their children when learning maths. If you need further help please do speak to your class teacher.

Numeracy Booklet for Parents – Key Stage 2

Numeracy Booklet for Parents – Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1

EYFS Maths – Autumn Term EYFS Maths – Spring Term

EYFS Maths – Summer Term

Pupil Premium

Please read our report for parents on how we spent our Pupil Premium funding in 2011-12. Please note the following guidance from the Department for Education’s website:

“This money is allocated to schools by the Dept for Education in addition to main school funding. The Government believes that the Pupil Premium is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their wealthier peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.”

“Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However they are held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. New measures are being included in the performance tables that will capture the achievement of those deprived pupils covered by the Pupil Premium.”

Pupil Premium Funding Report 2012-15 Pupil Premium funding report 2011-12 Pupil Premium funding report 2012-13 Pupil Premium funding report 2013-14

Free School Meals

To apply for free school meals please follow this link: Free School Meals: New Applications


Our latest inspection in October 2011 judged our school to be ‘Good’ with Outstanding features.

What Ofsted said:

”This school has many strengths.”

Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding and their attendance is above average.

There is consistently good teaching, especially in the core subjects of literacy and numeracy.

The curriculum makes a strong contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

The governing body have a good awareness of the school’s strengths and weaknesses. They provide a good level of challenge for its work.

Those with special educational needs and/or disabilities make good progress owing to the success of the specific interventions provided for them both in and outside the classroom.

Pupils enjoy the variety of responsibilities they are given. They use their initiative well.

There is good provision for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage.

An above average proportion of parents and carers returned the questionnaires. They were overwhelmingly positive with no negative responses.

Ofsted report 2011

Term Dates

See the link below for this years term dates:

School Terms & Holidays 2017-2018

School Uniform Supplier

Our school’s uniform supplier is AJ Embroidery – Louth. Click here to visit their website

Collective Worship

Collective worship takes place every day in our school. The cycle of collective worship revolves around our core values: creativity, trust, hopefulness, friendship, forgiveness and compassion. Each half-term we take one of the values and explore this in the light of Christian worship whilst also acknowledging those of other faiths and of none.
Collective worship is monitored by governors.
Collective worship times are as follows, with Friday being a special celebration assembly.
    • Monday – 11.55
    • Tuesday – 11.55
    • Wednesday 11.45 (Class collective worship)
    • Thursday – 11.55
    • Friday – 14:30