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Dear year 9 parents,
Parents evening takes place on Thursday 6 March. Please could you check with your son/daughter that they have made appointments with staff.
Detailed reports will be going home with students today. Please review with your child as these will form the basis for discussions about options for year 10 and 11.
Shire Services who provide our school catering are asking for feedback from students, parents and staff.
This is your opportunity to have your say and shape the future of this provision. The survey closes on the 7th March.
Please use the links below:
Secondary School Student:
Please see attached letters that have been sent home with students – LAST DAY FOR UNIFORM ORDERS IS FRIDAY 14 FEBRUARY.
Use the link to see pictures of acceptable uniform for the secondary department.
Please use the link below to access the revision timetable available to year 11 students together with useful internet links.
follow the link to our Humanities section to view a list of recommended revision resources - http://www.st-martins-school.com/curriculum/subjects/humanities/
The final progress evening for year 11 takes place on Thursday 30 January. Staff will be able to feedback results from the recent ‘mock’ examinations and highlight targets and interventions to ensure each student achieves their very best in the exams in the summer. Please check with your child that appointments have been made with staff.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 Acting Principal 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’.
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
Chair of Governors at St Martins School today announced that Nigel Keates has resigned as Principal of St Martins All through School and left the school at the end of December.
The governors, staff, pupils and the council would all like to thank Nigel for his hard work and commitment during his time at the school and we wish him well in the future.
We will shortly begin the process of appointing a new Principal for the school. In the meantime, governors are confident that pupils will continue to enjoy the good quality education that St Martins School provides.
Mr Tim Jones said ‘I want to thank Nigel for his commitment to the establishment and early success of Shropshire’s first ‘all through school’ here in St Martins. I am pleased to announce that governors have appointed Ms Sue Lovecy to the post of Acting Principal.
Sue has worked at the school for many years in a number of senior management roles ; she has excellent relationships with the community and our other local schools’.
Ms Sue Lovecy added ’I am delighted to be working with governors, staff and parents to ensure the continued success of St Martins School. I am proud to be part of a school with a truly family ethos where student centred learning and support is central to what we do’.
Please use the link below to see parent letter that was sent home with students.