Aurigny Competition


Two St Martin’s pupils have had their entries chosen for the Aurigny Primary School’s competition. The prize is an educational flight for their class. Voting closes at midday tomorrow and our entries are doing really well. Please help them to get into the final five (from which the final winner will be selected by judges) by ‘liking’ them on Facebook. The last two pictures in the album are by St Martin’s pupils. Please click on this link to vote.

Thank you for your support.

Code Club – Years 4 and 5


Code Club will be running this half term for children in Years 4 and 5. It will begin on Thursday 19th April and run until Thursday 24th May.

If your child would like to join Code Club, please fill in the form below and return it to Mrs Bramley. Children on the waiting list from last term will be automatically allocated a place and the rest of the places will be filled on a first come basis. Children who have done Code Club previously are welcome to come again.

Thank you

Code Club Permission Form

Online Safety Resources


Thank you to everyone who attended the online safety evening. We hope you found it informative and useful. If you were unable to attend but would like a copy of the handout, please click here. It contains lots of useful information and links with both information for parents and resources to use with your child.



Please don’t forget about the e-safety meeting for parents on Wednesday 7th March at 7pm.

Safe and Secure Online

Come along to a free presentation of Safe and Secure Online presented by Matthew Parker, an Information Security professional. Safe and Secure Online is a global initiative to help educate parents and carers of some of the risks our children face whilst online.

Matthew will present for about an hour including the following topics:

·         The risks of Online Gaming
·         Social Networks
·         Sexting and mobile phones
·         Cyberbullying
·         General Cyber Security

Please note that due to some of the content the session is not suitable for children to attend it is solely aimed at adults.

Please email to book your place



If you have any of the following items that your child has outgrown or you no longer use which you are happy to donate to school, Year 1 would be really grateful for them please:

Dressing up costumes

Dolls and accessories

Role play props eg. doctors kit, toy tool box, builders helmet, police/fire helmet, play food, play kitchen equipment etc.

Please give any items to the Year 1 teachers.

We also require thick branches or logs. If you are having any tree surgery done and have anything suitable which can be brought into school we would be really grateful for it.

Thank you

The Year 1 Team

Spring Term Code Club


This term’s code club will begin on Thursday 11th January and run each Thursday this half term until Thursday 15th February.

As we had a waiting list from last term, these children will be offered places first. There will be a few spaces left. If you are interested, please fill in the form below and return it to Mrs Karia.

Code Club Permission Form

Thank you

Year 6 Leavers video


St Martin’s is very proud of all the Year 6 children. They performed brilliantly in their Leavers’ performance. To watch one of the videos they made, please click on the link below. Good luck for year 7!



Year 1 are currently looking at restocking and re-resourcing some of our learning areas. If you have any of the following items that you no longer need, we would be really grateful for them please.

Discovery Zone

Dried pasta, lentils, beans, rice etc (they don’t have to be in date as we aren’t eating them.)

Old screws, washers, nuts and bolts

Old electrical items which could be taken apart and explored e.g. Laptop, camera, radio, torches

Shells and bits of smooth sea glass

Wooden embroidery hoops and curtain rings



Bottle tops

Old CD/DVD disks

Old photo frames (with no glass)

Outdoor area

Items for mud and digging area:

  • Metal spoons
  • Metal kitchen utensils e.g. Potato masher, slotted spoons, serving spoons
  • Wooden or metal pestle and mortar
  • Metal buckets
  • Saucepans, colanders
  • Large plastic jars/pots

Picnic rugs or large blankets

Old pop up tents

Large pieces of fabric

Sewing  – 

Old scraps of material




Cooking –

Baking tins/trays

Mixing bowls

Measuring jugs

Cooking utensils

Role Play – 


Dressing up clothes

If you have any of the above items (or anything else you think we could make use of) we would be really grateful if you could bring them in to Year 1.

Thank you

The Year 1 team