St Martin's C of E Aided Junior School

Striving Together for the Good of All

WELCOME from Mr Anthony Marsh, Executive Head Teacher

I am tremendously proud to be the Head Teacher of St Martin’s. It is a high achieving, happy, vibrant and forward thinking school in which children excel themselves, both academically and socially. Our eager children have a real thirst for learning and our excellent staff team are committed and dedicated in ensuring that each and every child achieves. We have high standards and expect the best. Our aim is that the four years your child/children are with us should be the best years of their educational lives. Leaving school with many exciting memories to cherish for years to come.

The staff and Governors are dedicated to promoting a caring, supportive, inclusive and vibrant learning environment. The teaching staff work hard to deliver a curriculum that is exciting, challenging and fun. We offer high quality teaching and learning opportunities that enable children to fulfil their true potential and develop a love for learning.

We are lucky to benefit from unusually generous surroundings which include a large playing field. In addition, we have well laid out buildings which include a fully fitted kitchen for use by children, a dedicated music room, a superb learning centre which may be accessed beyond the school day and a dedicated inclusion centre accessible to children and families at all times. 

However, we feel it is our strong, inclusive Christian ethos that really sets us apart. This is a thoughtful and nurturing place to learn, for every child, whatever their background. The atmosphere is calm, ordered and purposeful – never rigid or over directed - but disciplined, respectful and organised. We have high aspirations for all our pupils and believe that through stretching children, we build their confidence and self-esteem.

We provide an excellent range of extracurricular and enrichment activities that we hope your child will take full advantage of during their time at St Martin’s. 

As parents your views are very important to us and we endeavour to develop strong links between home and school. We feel it is our aim and duty as a school to serve the parents/carers, staff and, of course, most importantly the children in our care, (‘Striving together for the good of all’). To that end if you have any concerns, suggestions or matters you would like to discuss please come and speak to myself or a member of the staff team.

 

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St Martin's C.E. Aided Junior School News

  • Feedback From the Questionnaire
    We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to complete the survey we set up at the end of the last academic year. Go to the Parents Tab and Look under 'Have Your Say' to view the results!
  • School Meals
    Please could you ensure your account for the payment of your child’s school dinners is settled for the Autumn term. Costs for the Spring term will soon be announced
  • Trading cards and gogo's
    Please be aware that there is a BAN on the trading of cards and gogos. Click for more details.
  • Christmas Dinner
    If your child has packed lunch and would like a hot Christmas dinner on Thursday the 15th please inform the office by 28th November. The cost is £2.20 and must be paid in advance.
  • Christmas Fair
    We are all excited for our upcoming Christmas Fair which will be on Saturday 3rd December and will open at 2pm and close at 4:30pm. We can't wait to see you all there!
  • New Email Address
    For all enquiries for the Junior Office please email junoffice@stmartinsepsom.school
  • Children in Need
    We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all our families for your generous donations towards Children in Need. We are pleased to announce that the total amount raised across St Martin’s Schools was £1,564.14!
  • Sweets for the Christmas Fair!
    The PTFA will be collecting donations for the sweet stall at the Christmas Fair, today at drop off in the Junior playground. They will also be available at drop off and pick up times in the Infant playground.
  • British Values Week
    British Values: •Rule of Law •Democracy •Tolerance •Individual Liberty •Justice
  • Prayer Meetings
    Don’t forget there is a parents prayer meeting every Tuesday from 8:45am to, approximately, 9:15am. The prayer meeting will be held in the Parent’s area (near the library) of the juniors school.
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