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St Margaret's Church of England Academy

It is intended that education at St Margaret’s should be both life-lasting and life-enhancing. Our mission statement focuses on the work and the life of the school which takes place in an orderly atmosphere where self-discipline, mutual respect and the welfare of each individual is greatly valued. Importance is given to regular worship, religious education in the classroom and on the general presentation of Christianity in the school family.

The school presents the teachings of Our Lord but recognises that commitment is a matter which must be left to each individual. We regard the school as an extension of the family. We want everyone to enjoy their time with us, to be proud of their school and to uphold the principles that underpin a Christian School.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mrs N Kavanagh
Contact Position
SENDCo
Telephone

E-mail
admin@stmargaretsacademy.com
Notes

It is intended that education at St Margaret’s should be both life-lasting and life-enhancing. Our mission statement focuses on the work and the life of the school which takes place in an orderly atmosphere where self-discipline, mutual respect and the welfare of each individual is greatly valued. Importance is given to regular worship, religious education in the classroom and on the general presentation of Christianity in the school family.

The school presents the teachings of Our Lord but recognises that commitment is a matter which must be left to each individual. We regard the school as an extension of the family. We want everyone to enjoy their time with us, to be proud of their school and to uphold the principles that underpin a Christian School.

Where to go

Address
Aigburth Road
Liverpool
LIVERPOOL
MERSEYSIDE
Postcode
L17 6AB
Notes

It is intended that education at St Margaret’s should be both life-lasting and life-enhancing. Our mission statement focuses on the work and the life of the school which takes place in an orderly atmosphere where self-discipline, mutual respect and the welfare of each individual is greatly valued. Importance is given to regular worship, religious education in the classroom and on the general presentation of Christianity in the school family.

The school presents the teachings of Our Lord but recognises that commitment is a matter which must be left to each individual. We regard the school as an extension of the family. We want everyone to enjoy their time with us, to be proud of their school and to uphold the principles that underpin a Christian School.

Local Offer

Description

 

High quality first teaching and additional interventions are defined through our person-centred planning approach across the school contributing to our SEN provision management arrangements. These processes help us to regularly review and record what we offer all children or young people in our care and what we offer additionally. These discussions also serve to embed our high expectations amongst staff about quality first teaching and the application of a differentiated and personalised approach to teaching and learning. We make it a point to discuss aspirations with ALL our learners. This is a whole-school approach and we underpin this practice across our classrooms, pastoral care and support arrangements.

 

Contact Name
Mrs N Kavanagh
Contact Telephone
0151 427 1825
Contact Email
nkavanagh@stmargaretsacademy.com
Links
SEND Information Report
Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Secondary (11 to 16)