PTA Egg Decorating Competition


Next week, children will be told about an egg decorating competition where they will be in with a chance of winning an Easter themed prize after the half term break!


It is £2.00 to enter and School Councillors will help to sell the polystyrene eggs in their class.  Each person will get a chocolate treat upon return of their decorated egg after half term.  (More details will follow about a return date and where to hand in the eggs) 


Take the egg home and decorate it however you like, with whatever materials you like!  The more creative and colourful the better.  The winner and runners up will be chosen from each year group.  


Eggs will be sold in classrooms Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th February 

There is limited stock of eggs, so it is ‘first come, first served’!


Good luck and Happy Easter from the PTA!

Gardening Club-trip to the beach


Dear Gardeners,

thanks for all your permission slips for our trip to Moulin Huet on Friday 6th October to collect seaweed. We will be leaving school at 11:50 sharp! Please meet outside Mrs Judd’s office with your lunch and  your bucket (if you have one). Please make sure you are wearing sensible shoes-wellies would be ideal!

Mrs Judd

Fusal taster session this WEDNESDAY not Tuesday


Many apologies but the Futsal taster session is this WEDNESDAY 12th July 3-4pm on the all-weather pitch and not Tuesday as originally posted.

All those who emailed have a place. Please email me at if your child is interested. This is for boys currently in year 4 and 5.

Futsal Taster Sessions


For Year 4 and 5 boys

If you interested in attending Futsal Club next year please come along for a taster session on Tuesday 11th July 3-4pm on the all weather pitch.

Please email if you want to attend

Infant and Lower Junior Sports Days postponed


Due to the hot weather forecast today, and advice from the Committee for Health and Social Care, we are making the very difficult decision to postpone Infants Sports Day today (20th June) and Lower Junior Sports Day (21st June).

The safety of our children always comes first. Upper Junior Sports Day will still be taking place at the moment as the forecast is for cooler conditions.

We will blog as soon as possible details of the rearranged dates.

Many thanks for your understanding.

Hockey Champions!


Well done to the Year 6 Hockey team who won the RG Falla Hockey Tournament held at Footes Lane yesterday-19th May. Their admirable team attitude and hard work made them worthy winners.

The team won all their matches in the preliminary rounds, had a nail biting penalty shoot out in the semis and came out 4-0 victors in the final. What a great end to the week!

Fencing club-a few places left!


Thank you for all those who have handed me their forms for fencing club this term. All those children who have given me their forms are on the list.

There is one place left on Mondays for intermediates and 2 places on Thursdays for beginners. Please see previous blogs for further details. Any outstanding payments please bring in as soon as possible. Many thanks.

First session is this Thursday!

Mrs Judd

Fencing Summer Term


Anyone wishing to join fencing club this term please click on the links, download the application form and return to Mrs Judd or see Mrs Judd for a form.

Monday sessions are for Intermediates-those that have attended this club for a number of terms.


Thursday sessions are for those who have just started or wish to start.

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Open to anyone in Years 4, 5 or 6

Visit by the Lieutenant Governor Sir Ian Corder and Lady Corder Lady Corder


Yesterday, Wednesday 15th March, St Martin’s Primary School was lucky enough to have a visit from his Excellency, the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Ian Corder and his wife, Lady Corder.

They thoroughly enjoyed a tour of the school, joining in with science lessons, outdoor learning and maths and literacy activities. They also watched Mrs Brehaut’s class assembly about Ancient Egypt and the choir perform two songs. Sir Ian stated that “The children’s independence and creativity were a delight to see.”

Our School Council presenting Lady Corder with flowers.