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We are a friendly village school catering for both boys and girls aged between 4 and 11. We currently have approximately 105 pupils on roll, however our numbers are growing now that full primary status has been restored.
Our aim is to provide quality learning experiences and to encourage the development, achievement and independence of all our pupils.
We enjoy close links with the church and the community.
We place great value on parental involvement in the life of school and for the well being of each child, a close relationship between parents and the school is of the essence.
We do our utmost to create a warm and caring atmosphere within the school.
We aim to give our children a meaningful insight into the moral values of the society in which we live and to acquire a sense of responsibility to enable them to become valuable and useful members of society.
‘By their fruits shall you know them.’ (Matthew 7:20).
Our school aims emphasise our commitment to providing an education of the highest quality possible within the context of Christian belief and practice through partnership work with our church and community. We endeavour to provide children with a creative curriculum, which seeks to develop the whole child. We also encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promote Christian values through the experience we offer to all pupils. St Margaret’s is a place where we intend all children to develop a genuine love of learning, achieve to the best of their ability, and to be prepared for the next stage of their education. Working closely with the Diocese of Leicester and our local church, St Margaret of Antioch, our school ethos is confidently and distinctively Christian. All our stakeholders operate within a culture of equality, respect and consideration for others.
Patience Hope Perseverance Constancy
Our Christian values make a positive impact on our lives.
We perservere to be the best we can be.
Our teaching and learning is fun, imaginative, engaging and motivational.
We can be happy, safe and healthy and grow spiritually.
We all work well together.
Relationships are positive and our children have outstanding social skills, excellent cultural development and understand how to make the right choices.
The leaders and managers are excellent practitioners and contribute to the educational community.
‘When children leave us they are compassionate, self-confident with a love of life and learning.’
Rise is a family of schools. We work with and for each other.
We currently comprise of 17 Church of England primary schools and 2 community schools, but we would like to further extend our family to non-church schools.
Our schools each have their own vision and values. Many schools had these before they joined the Rise family. These all complement the work of Rise to enable pupils and staff to ‘flourish and succeed’.
We are proud that all our schools are now deemed to be ‘Good’ in the eyes of Ofsted. However, we want that milestone to be a marker on our journey, rather than the destination itself. We want Rise schools to be great schools.
Our family of schools are all different shapes and sizes, serving rich and varied communities and that is one of the many things we love about our Trust.Find out more about the Rise Multi-Academy Trust here.
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