Welcome to our school website

We hope you’ll enjoy taking the time to find out more about our school and all it has to offer. At St Martin’s we all aspire to being the best that we can be; for ourselves and for the world in which we live. Please take a look at living and learning at St Martin’s.

As a Church of England school, Christian values are the rock from which we enable our children to grow and learn together; we care about each other and about the world beyond our school. It has been a privilege to be the first school in the rapidly developing town of Cranbrook and to be able to play such a key role in the community as it grows.

We believe that it is vital to create ‘lifelong learners’ and the way in which we will achieve this for for our children and our school community is defined within our Being The Best We Can Be At St Martin’s – Principles document which informs all that we are and all that we do at St Martin’s C of E Primary and Nursery School.

The Iron Man

Year Three read the story of The Iron Man by Ted Hughes and recognised that this is an Overcoming the Monster story. This then inspired the children to complete some works of art where they used watercolours and charcoal. The children learnt how to mix colours and how to blend and shade.

Stone Age Poo

Year 3 became archeologists for an afternoon. We became critical thinkers and made links and patterns. We dissected historical poo and used clues to find out what people ate in different periods of history.

Beware- Dragon on the loose!

This morning, Year 4 found a mysterious black mark on the playground, with little bits of charcoal in it. We had many different theories about what this could be. When we asked Helen to send us the CCTV footage, we discovered that a dragon had been at St Martin’s! A scroll with a wax seal […]

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LIVING AND LEARNING AT ST MARTIN'S

St Martin’s School is a caring, engaging and very special place to learn and grow. We recognise and understand how to create an optimum ‘environment for learning’ and the importance of relationships within that environment; we value the people, the place and the process of learning.

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Fun is a part of learning

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Develop confidence in themselves

St Martin's Nursery

At St Martin’s Nursery your child will be cared for in a safe and secure environment – a place where your child can enjoy learning experiences that will develop their sense of curiosity, joy and wonder at the world around them. St Martin's nursery is now open 50 weeks a year and providing wrap around care from 7.30am to 6pm.

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