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We welcome parents and friends to the Primary Department Carol Service which takes place on THURSDAY 18 DECEMBER starting at 2.00pm , St Martins Parish Church.Read More
7 November 2014
Dear parent /carer
Thank you to all the parents and students who attended the recent School Opening event and Open Evening; I am sure many of you will have read the super news reports in both the Advertizer and the Shropshire Star documenting these events and others.
I am delighted to announce the following staff appointments:
Joining us as Assistant Head in our Primary phase is Carol Jones. Many of you will already know Carol; she joins us in January following her time at Gobowen School where she is currently the deputy head following a long secondment as the acting headteacher. Carol has strong connections to our school and community and will be a real asset to our team.
Alex McKinnon joins us from Church Stretton School as our Head of Mathematics.
Appointed to Head of English is Rhian Phoenix; Rhian has worked at the school for many years and will now lead the department.
Phase Managers have been appointed and I welcome Zoe Mottershaw and John Holmes to these exciting roles. Primarily, these roles will focus on pastoral issues as well as ensuring students make required progress across all their subjects.
Just as a reminder, if parents have an issue they need to raise with school, the following procedure may be of use:
|Primary parent||Secondary parent|
|Initial contact with Class teacher||Initial contact with Tutor|
|If issue remains unresolved, Assistant Head Primary||If issue remains unresolved, Head of Phase|
|If issue remains unresolved, Head of School||If issue remains unresolved, Assistant Head Pastoral or Deputy Head teaching & learning/progress|
|If issue remains unresolved, Head of School|
Speaking to your child’s primary class teacher
In the morning class teachers are preparing for the day and settling pupils for learning. If you wish to speak to the teacher please either phone or call into the school recepton and they will get a message to the teacher who will telephone you at the earliest opportunity.
Review Day – Secondary
Just a reminder that Review day for secondary students and parents in on 20 November. Normal lessons are replaced with extended appointments with tutors. Letters have been sent home to invite you to select an appointment time.
Last day of term is Friday 19 December. School will close at 2pm. There will not be an after school club on this day.
As previously communicated, most letters that do not require a reply are sent out via e mail and placed on the school website. Hard copies will be available in the glass foyer of the main reception. Please contact school with any updated e mail addresses.
Head of School
The Humanities trip to Blackpool will take place on Monday 11th November- students need to be in school at 7.45am, in weather appropriate clothing and with a packed lunch. Those students in receipt of FSM will have a packed lunch provided.Read More
Message from the Head of School
St Martins School is a very special place and it is my privilege and pleasure to be leading the school at this exciting stage in the schools history.
As a 3-16 through school at the heart of the community of St Martins, we are able to deliver child centred, individually tailored education because of our small size and unique position in the community.
The family ethos of the school surrounds all who work and study here creating a safe, supportive and nurturing environment. We value academic progress and social development equally .
Our children are individuals, respected for their differences and celebrated for their strengths. Within this caring family environment our children feel confident to push themselves to achieve the best they can, they enjoy an exciting and sometimes daring curriculum which challenges and stretches them. We love our school and we hope when you visit you will too.
I look forward to meeting you all on Open Day.
It is with great pleasure I write to invite you to join students, staff, parents and the community at the St Martins School Official Opening Ceremony. I am delighted to confirm that ex student Mikey Hall, an archer who represented Shropshire in the Invictus Games, will be our guest of honour.
The ceremony will take place on Tuesday 7 October starting at 6.30pm, with ribbon cutting and a buffet prepared by our GCSE Food Technology students and staff. There will be an opportunity to have a tour around the new areas of school followed by a Celebration Concert in the Arts Centre.To ensure we have accurate numbers for catering and for the concert please complete and return the tear off slip by Friday 3 October, or email my PA Clare Ellis at email@example.com
Sue Lovecy – Head of SchoolRead More
The 1 year transition period for the new school uniform has now comes to an end. All students will be expected to wear the full St Martins School uniform from 3 September. Orders can be placed online or from suppliers shop for home delivery.
Ram Leisure – Wrexham – 01978 360360
Years 0-4 – order forms 0-4
Grey school trousers or skirt, with polo shirt and school sweatshirt or cardigan
School PE top is optional – pupils may wear plain white t shirt and plain black shorts
Years 5-8 – order forms yrs 5-8
Grey school trousers or skirt, with white school shirt and school tie and school sweatshirt or cardigan
School PE top is optional for years 5 and 6 – pupils may wear plain white t shirt and plain black shorts.
Students in year 7 and 8 must wear a school PE polo top and plain black shorts or tracksuit
Years 9-11 – order forms 9-11
Black school trousers or school knee length skirt with either black school logo sweater or black school logo blazer, white school shirt and school tie.
Students in year 7 -11 must wear a school PE polo top and plain black shorts or tracksuit
To ensure the right choices are made when buying uniform please see the attached guidance. Students who come into school incorrectly dressed may spend the day in ‘isolation’, be given uniform to borrow for the day or could be sent home.
Acceptable uniform guidance – uniform yes and noRead More