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St Margaret's Church of England Academy

St Margaret’s Church of England Academy located in Aigburth nd has 1033 students on roll and 117 (11.3%) have SEND. We are a single sex boys school years 7-11 with a mixed sixth form.

The needs and aspirations of our students and all members of our community is at the heart of all we do which is reflected in our School Motto and Mission statement.

 Achievement by faith and work

 ‘Inspired by the knowledge and love of God we all come together to learn in a Christian community where we are valued for who we are and who we could become’

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mrs A Keegan
Contact Position


Where to go

St Margaret's Church of England Academy
Aigburth Road
L17 6AB

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Timing of school day: Thursday 8.40am – 2.55pm Rest of week: 8.40am -3.20pm

Local Offer


High quality first teaching and additional interventions are defined through our person-centred planning approach across the school contributing to our SEN provision management arrangements. These processes help us to regularly review and record what we offer all children or young people in our care and what we offer additionally. These discussions also serve to embed our high expectations amongst staff about quality first teaching and the application of a differentiated and personalised approach to teaching and learning. We make it a point to discuss aspirations with ALL our learners. This is a whole-school approach, and we underpin this practice across our classrooms, pastoral care and support arrangements.

The SEND support takes the form of a four-part cycle through which earlier decisions and actions are revisited, refined and revised with a growing understanding of the pupil’s needs and of what supports the pupil in making good progress and securing good outcomes. This cycle is known as the graduated approach (Assess, Plan, Do and Review).



Contact Name
Mrs A Keegan
Contact Telephone
0151 427 1825
Contact Email
SEND Information Report
Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Secondary (11 to 16)
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