Welcome to St. Martin of Porres Catholic Primary School


Reminder:  Please DO NOT park on the zig-zag lines. This is for the safety of all our children! Thank you.
School Driveway:    Parents and carers are reminded that unless they  have a disabled blue badge for one of their children they are NOT PERMITTED to use the school driveway to drive down or turn around in. By doing so they are causing unnecessary risk to our children. Car registrations of parents using our driveway in this fashion and putting our children in danger will be published in the school newsletter.

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Our Latest News

  • End of Term - 19th July school closes at 1.30pm Don't forget the last day of term is on Thursday 19th July. It will be a non-uniform day, and school will close at 1.30pm!
    Posted 16 Jul 2018, 03:25 by St Martin of Porres
  • Leavers Service 17th July Join us for our Leavers' Service on 17th July at 2.30pm.
    Posted 16 Jul 2018, 03:25 by St Martin of Porres
  • Parent Teacher Meetings Don't forget, our parent-teacher meetings are on 10th July 4-7pm and 11th July 4-7pm.
    Posted 7 Jul 2018, 12:11 by St Martin of Porres
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Welcome


As a Catholic school, we believe that Jesus is at the heart of our learning, values and beliefs. By living our faith every day, we will see Jesus in each other, loving one another and fostering forgiveness. We aim to create a stimulating environment by valuing and celebrating our gifts and talents given to us by God the Father. Active and enjoyable learning takes place in our friendly and secure school.

We seek to create a stimulating environment and a happy, caring community where each person grows in knowledge and love..

The School is a one form entry School, having one class of children for each of the seven year groups in the primary range of 5 - 11 years. The School also has a Nursery class of 3 - 4 year old children. It is a School where the children, parents, teachers, governors and parish community work together to create the best possible environment for learning