Below is a collection of events and visits from across the school, that are helping to embed children's learning across the curriculum. Please visit the individual class page for more photos and information.
On Monday 9th March we ran workshops about the importance of sleep. Huge thanks to Sophie and Sue from the school health team for leading this.
Year 2 enjoyed a whole day immersed in African life, with a fun, visiting workshop!
Early morning Library openings continue, with special guest readings from staff!
Our school were given the chance to design some very special banners to advertise a Christmas event on the Abbey Line in St Albans. The winning entries were printed onto huge banners and the designers received a prize in assembly. Can you guess which train station one of our banners is at from the picture?
Years 5 & 6 take part in the local Swimming gala at Westminster Lodge, competing against other schools.
Year 6 delivering donations for the Foodbank
Year 5's Workshop from Explore Learning. See some pictures from our workshop on co-ordinates!
Year 1's visit to St Albans Library. The children returned with a wealth of knowledge about Margaret Wix and a special article about when our school first opened back in 1954.
Year 3 visit the Roman Verulamium Museum, search for the remains of real Roman walls and explore the Hypocaust.
Year 4's reptile encounter as part of their Science topic.
The only Mayan archaeologist in the United Kingdom came to Margaret Wix and visited Year 5 as part of their topic work. She was truly amazing.
Firetips have a visit from real-life firefighters.