Our School

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Mike Jee - Headteacher        

Mary Dark - Deputy Head 

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Welcome to St Margaret’s CE Primary School.

St Margaret’s is one of the oldest schools in the country but has a very modern outlook.  It was founded by William Older in 1680 and since its foundation has grown significantly in size to serve the village of Angmering and surrounding districts.

Over the last 10 years the school has benefited enormously from a £2.5m building programme.  The 500 children are accommodated in modern state of the art buildings with access to an excellent range of resources to support their learning.

The school has earned an excellent reputation in the area for providing a first rate education within a caring, Christian community.

Children who join our school experience a rich imaginative and enjoyable curriculum with very high expectations for achievement and behaviour.

For those considering sending their children to the school feel free to contact us to arrange a visit and you will be assured of a warm welcome. For those of you who already have children at the school I hope that this website gives you all the information that you need to support your children on their learning journey within our school community.

Our school motto reflects our aims:-

Learning God's Way



As an educationally-inclusive school St Margaret’s is one in which the teaching and learning achievements, attitudes and well being of every child and adult matters.  We take practical steps to promote tolerance and understanding of diversity, thus preparing the child for life in a multi-cultural society.

This is more than a concern about any one group of children.  Its scope is broad.  It is about equal opportunities for all children whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, attainment and background.  It pays particular attention to the provision made for and the achievement of different groups of children within a school, such as:

  • Boys and girls
  • Minority ethnic and faith groups
  • Children who need support to learn English as an additional language
  • Children with special educational needs including physical disability
  • Gifted and talented children
  • Children “looked after” by the local authority
  • Children of differing age – e.g. summer born children

Children with differing learning styles


Mike Jee