Giving children confidence to take risks
At St Margaret’s we believe that providing structured time for children to connect with nature and spend time outdoors creates a clear pathway for happy, resilient and confident children.
The Outdoor Education curriculum in Lower Junior balances opportunities where children are learning outside the classroom, enhancing their knowledge in subjects such as science, geography or reciting performance poetry in our woodlands. Along with weekly outdoor learning sessions, that are focused on Outdoor Learning.
“I think Outdoor Learning doesn't feel like a lesson, we have fun and learn at the same time”
Each week, the children actively participate in learning about the natural world around them. They look forward to being outside. The curriculum includes skills such as how to make a fire, create a shelter, gardening and orienteering and navigation.
HSAA Cross Country Championships
12th February 2024
With 69 schools attending and 438 children across the finish line, we were absolutely delighted to be hosting the Hertfordshire Schools Primary Cross Country Championships earlier this month.Read Now
Unleashing the Power of Young Entrepreneurs: The Tenner Challenge
9th January 2024
With just one £10 note each in their hands, a group of our most creative Year 11 pupils entered the fast-paced and ever-evolving landscape of entrepreneurship, bucking the traditional notion of needing substantial capital to start a business.Read Now
Wishing our community a very merry Christmas!
11th December 2023
Our gift to you this Christmas - enjoy!Read Now