School Update: We are now open for Critical Workers, Sunbeams (Nursery), Rainbows (Reception), Red Class (Year 1), Purple Class (Year 6) and Blue Class (Year 5).
'I have come in order that you might have life - life in all its fullness.' John 10:10
At St Margaret's at Troy Town everyone is valued as an individual and inspired to flourish in a supporting and deeply Christian community.
Due to Covid-19 circumstances we were unable to have our normal leavers service, so we did something a little different. Here is the video that the staff made for our Year 6 children.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to St Margaret's at Troy Town C of E Primary School website and to a school that prides itself on its caring and inclusive deeply Christian ethos.
Here at St Margaret's at Troy Town we welcome children, their parents and carers into a friendly, happy and hardworking environment where respect for others, positive attitudes towards work and behaviour are encouraged and nurtured.
All members of staff are committed to providing a broad, balanced and relevant education for all the children within a supportive and stimulating environment. We believe that it is very important that children have a wide range of opportunities and educational experiences thereby inspiring an enjoyment of learning and enabling every child to maximise their potential.
We always welcome parents and carers and firmly believe in the partnership between home and school. This ensures all children to achieve their best academically, socially and emotionally.
So I extend a personal invitation to you to come and see the school, talk to myself and my team to find out more about us. I am always happy to show visitors the work of our fantastic children and staff.
With best wishes,
Ms L Jobling
- You are warmly invited to come and join a series of coffee mornings around the teaching of reading.
- As part of our World Book Day celebrations we are asking the children to bring their favourite book to school with them and come to school dressed up as a character from it.
- To help celebrate individuality we are asking all of the children to wear their favourite odd socks for the day on Tuesday 25th February!