About St Martins School St Martins students and the school’s many visitors are agreed on three things: the school is successful, caring and fun. Indeed, when a reporter from the Advertizer...
Key Stage 3 at St Martins School A wide range of subjects are followed at Key Stage 3 and include all those of the National Curriculum. As well as Maths, English and Science in the core curriculum...
Facilities at St Martins School St Martins School, Secondary Phase is housed in buildings with specialist rooms which have been refurbished to ensure a high standard of facilities. Our purpose built...
Our Arts Centre has recently undergone a refurbishment. The centre has racked seating for 180 and is equipped to stage technically complex theatre, music and dance productions. Purpose built...
St Martins School closes at the end of school on the 27 March for the Easter Holidays. School re-opens on MONDAY 13 APRIL.
On the THURSDAY 16th April we will be having a whole school photo.
We wish our students, parents and community a happy and safe holiday.Read More
Born in Yorkshire on the 10th April 1988, Danielle developed her parents passion for the outdoors and her childhood was filled with sporting activities. Holidays, weekends and evenings were all crammed with cycling, walking, running camping, golf, and swimming, but in her teens Danielle was diagnosed with a condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) that affected her life tremendously. Danielle had to relearn to walk and could no longer take part in all the sports she loved doing. Archery was a lifeline when everything seemed so bleak and Danielle was sprung onto an amazing, but completely different path. Danielle joined a local club at the age of fifteen and got to represent her just country three years later. This turned into an amazing journey where Danielle dominated her field for over seven years and also managed to find the time to juggle a law degree with the demands of training, coming away with a first class.
Building on the legacy of London 2012, Danielle is thrilled to be involved with schools, colleges and universities, engaging with students all across the country. Danielle wants to pass her drive, determination and strength of character on to others. She will be talking to year 10 and 11 after Easter about how to overcome nerves in exams.Read More
The St Martins School website is currently being updated – we hope it is on line for Easter. If you have any queries or cannot find the information you are looking for please contact school on:
Please see our about section on the school website to find more informationRead More
School is experiencing problems with the telephone lines today – if you need to contact school in an emergency please e mail on;
or telephone the school mobile on;
If school needs to contact parents or other agencies we can of course use staff phones to do this.Read More
As we enter the winter months it is timely to remind all parents of the procedure should the school close due to adverse weather or another emergency.
The decision to close the school is never taken lightly. The Head of School makes the decision following a detailed review of health and safety for students and staff travelling to and from school and the safety of students in school. If the decision is made prior to 7.30am there are a number of ways that parents will be informed:
Closure decisions will be communicated immediately to BBC Radio Shropshire via Shropshire Council who in turn will inform the other local radio stations, and you are advised to stay tuned for announcements and updates.
We will put a message regarding any school closure onto the school website.
School will send a text message to parents using our current text message/email provider ‘call parents’. It is important that school has up to date contact details for each student.
If the decision to close the school is made part way through the school day, again we will post a message on the school website, text parents and allow students the opportunity to contact parents from school.Read More