Welcome to St. Margaret School
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Our thoughts and prayers are extended to all individuals and families affected.
We endeavour to teach children to love God, to love one another, to cherish their environment, and to develop a life-long love of learning.
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Every child and every adult in Saint Margaret's School is a special gift of God our Father.
Every child and every adult in Saint Margaret's School deserves my respect.
I will do my best to show respect for everyone in my school.
I will co-operate with the children and adults in the school
I will speak with respect to others.
I will play fair with others.
I will do my best to make others feel good about themselves.
I will treat everyone as I wish to be treated.
Thank you God, our Father, for your gifts of people who love and help me.
Saint Margaret, Pray for us.
Margaret, born about 1045, was the daughter of a German Princess and the English Prince Edward, son of Edmund Ironside. She was raised in Hungary where her exiled parents lived. At about the age of twelve she returned to England, but was forced into exile again after the Norman conquest in 1066.