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Chapel Lane 

Great Barr 


West Midlands 

B43 7BA 


Tel: 0121 357 1390


St. Margaret’s Church of England Primary School

This is a Church Aided school with provision for a Christian contribution to the life and ethos of the school while following the national curriculum.  This is a one-form entry school with nursery provision.  Children come from many backgrounds and a variety of faiths and none, although everyone has to accept the Christian basis and ethos of the school.  Children who attend St. Margaret’s Church have a special call upon school places, as do those with particular needs and other church or religious involvement.  Worship takes place in school and the older children also have special services at Church.  Each year group has a planned series of visits and activities at Church during the year.


Want to join the adventure?  Then why not get involved in Scouting at 20th Walsall Scout Group (St Margaret's) - all boys and girls welcome!

Meetings take place at The Hub and all members take part in the regular Church Parade services to which parents are most welcome.

Beaver Scouts

Beaver Scouts are the youngest section for 6 -8 years old.

Beaver Scouts have lots of fun doing different activities which include making things, going on visits, making friends, doing badges and going away for a night on a sleepover!

Meetings: Thursdays 5.45pm-7.00pm at The Hub

Cub Scouts

Cub Scouts are aged 8 - 10½.  They meet in a Cub Pack and have lots of fun.  At Cubs you can try lots of fun activities like Camping, going on trips and making things.  If you like having lots of fun and adventure with your friends, come and join our Cub pack

Meetings: Thursdays 7.00pm-8.30pm at The Hub


The Scout Section is for young people aged between 10½ and 14 years.  As a Scout you can take part in a wide range of activities as part of your programme and there are a number of Challenge Awards and Activity Badges to earn along the way.

Being outdoors is important and there are many opportunities to learn the traditional Scouting skills, such as camping, survival and cooking as well as the wide range of adventurous activities, anything from abseiling to canoeing. Scouting is about being with friends, as part of a team, participating fully in the adventure and opportunities of life.

Meetings: Wednesdays 7.15pm-9.00pm at The Hub

Explorer Scouts

As a Explorer Scout, you will be able to decide, along with the rest of the Unit, what you want to do - whether it is powerboating, socialising, hiking or enjoying a trip abroad.  Some Units hold their meetings in a hall, or at someone's house, or even up a mountain!

You will be able to gain badges such as the Chief Scout's Diamond and Platinum Awards.  The highest award you can earn is the Queen's Scout Award. This is recognised by many employers as the sign of someone that is enthusiastic, dedicated and reliable.

 Meetings: Wednesdays 7.15pm-9.00pm at The Hub

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Guiding at St. Margarets

Guiding is about discovering who you are.  Once become a member there is a choice of uniform clothing and badges.  Each section has progress badges and activity badges and the programme for each meeting includes fun as well as gaining skills.  There are activities, outings, new friends, a promise and service to the community and with the Church. Members attend the regular Church Parade services at St. Margaret’s to which all parents are most welcome.

Guiding here currently offers several sections for girls –

Rainbows 5-7 years, Brownies 7-10 years and Guides 10 – 14 years

Each of the sections meets on the following nights at:-

Rainbows and Brownies meet at The Hub on Wednesdays.

Guides now meet at Grove Vale School on Fridays 6.00 till 7.30pm.