St Margaret's at Hasbury Church of England Primary School is a voluntary controlled school serving the needs of children aged 4+ to 11+. The school is organised into two departments or 'phases' – the Early Years for children up to the age of 7, and the Upper Years for the children aged 7-11.

These Phases correspond to the Foundation Stage and the two Key Stages (1 and 2) of the National Curriculum. The geography of the school means that these two phases are housed in separate buildings but the staff share one staffroom and the whole school meets together for most of our acts of worship each week. The curriculum is planned on a whole school basis so that continuity and progression can be achieved. All policies and procedures are reviewed and updated regularly and are available for parents to view in school.

The Upper Years building, although Victorian in age, provides excellent and spacious learning space. We have a well-equipped and resourced library, a specifically designated design and technology room and a computer room, housing ten computers which are all networked and have access to the Internet. In addition to this, each class has its own networked computer with access to printers and other peripherals. The upper years building has wireless networking capabilities so that all children will be able to use internet connected laptops at their desks. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards to enhance and enrich the learning opportunities we offer.

We have two spacious halls for the whole school to meet and enjoy our daily acts of collective worship together. Two halls also enable us to ensure children have their two hours of physical activity time-tabled every week. The Upper Years hall also doubles as the School's dining hall; we have our own kitchen on site where our cook, Mrs Partridge, prepares delicious hot meals on a daily basis.

Also housed on our site is the Language Unit. This is a great asset to the School; not only are we able to call on the expertise of the language unit staff but we are also able to demonstrate clearly our belief and commitment to school inclusion.

We have an admission number of up to 30 children each year and we have around 216 children on roll.

Welcome to St Margaret

Admission for our school is done through the Dudley admissions website.
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