St Margaret’s CE Primary School is a Voluntary Aided one form entry school in Sandwell LA and within the Lichfield Diocese, with 212 pupils on roll (September 2022). This includes a nursery offering part time places in the morning or afternoon and 12 fulltime places.
  • We value Forgiveness
  • We value Perseverance
  • We value Respect
  • We value Responsibility
  • We value: Thankfulness
  • We value Truthfulness
  • We are proud to be members of the Association for Physical Education (AfPE)
  • We are delighted to have gained Sandwell Well-Being Charter Mark status in July 2018 and renewed this in April 2021
  • We are proud to be a MoneySense Accredited School
  • We are proud to be awarded Global Neighbours Bronze Award
  • We were delighted to be awarded Plastic Free School Status in July 2021 thanks to the hard work of class 5! Well done them! Reember to try and reduce your use single use plastics!
  • Places available in Nursery- Mornings, Afternoons and Fulltime

Learn to love, love to learn, strive to serve

Welcome to St Margaret’s Website.

There is a place for everyone in our school and we try to be a shining light in our community.

At St Margaret’s Primary School, we always have a positive ethos which is underpinned by our strong Christian Values, which are consistently promoted in everything we do. Our children are taught to care for each other and understand that sometimes we all make mistakes and that it is important to show forgiveness and humility in order to grow in to a caring person and become a voice and ambassador for the future world.

We strive to prepare our children to go out into the world to make a difference to others. Knowing that even the smallest action by an individual can enhance people’s lives. Our SWITCH (See World Issues through Christian Hearts) Team led by our Church Worker help us to work on projects within our community and across the world. This year we raised funds to buy bicycles for young people in Uganda so they can get to school and get a good education. Regularly each Christmas we think of others and each class chooses a fund-raising project.

Everyone at our school works hard to meet the needs of all of our children and we are often praised by our parents and visitors by the care we give to our children. Our staff show patience and a willingness to always go that extra mile to support our families.

We really do want to promote the whole child in all aspects of learning, academically, socially and emotionally, so that they are prepared for their future in the best possible way and are able to have choices on their future path already having gained a wide variety of skills and knowledge at St Margaret’s Primary School.

We want our children to experience a broad and balanced curriculum so that they are excited about learning and have the opportunity to develop a wide spectrum of skills. All curriculum subjects are important and give our children an insight into being an Historian, a Scientist, an Artist, a Designer, a Geographer, a Musician, and lead active and healthy lifestyles.

But most of all we want our children to be the best they can be, enjoy learning and create a wonderful memory for their future.


Learn to love, love to learn, strive to serve