Events 2014-2017

Teleported in time to a Roman Banquete!

Martley KS2 (Oak, Rowan and Willow Classes) thought they were in a Dr Who sketch today! They travelled back in time to a period between the years 43-410 AD, a time when the Romans ruled Britain. All the classes started…
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欢迎 – Welcome to our Chinese visitor!

Poppy’s Grandad was visiting her all the way from China.  Little did we know what an amazing artist he is until Poppy had a chat with Miss House, who immediately thought we had to see his splendid work. Thankfully he…
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Pinocchio came to Martley School!

Both young and old were excited by the visit of Pinocchio! The hall fell silent, the lights went down and the music was cued! ACTION!       Alas it was the end and time to applaud the wonderful actors…
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Winners of our ‘Design a Red Nose’ competition!

Red Nose Day would once again be upon us and the school were holding a non-school uniform day to help raise funds. However, the School Council wanted to do something extra special for the day. During a meeting they discussed several ideas…
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High Fives Final

On Monday 13th March we took part in the High Fives final cluster league matches at Chantry High School. Our Year 6 team played brilliantly, winning both games played against Abberley and Great Witley Primary Schools. Overall, we came 4th…
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HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY from the PTFA & School Council!

It was lovely to see the supportive ‘Mummies’ enter our school on Thursday 23rd March 2017 ready for a Mother’s Day service led by Reverend Anne. Attentively the audience listened to Reverend Anne’s wonderful story based on an Inuit’s mother’s love,…
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The Sound of Music @ Martley

Name that tune! This is often a thought of the staff at Martley CE Primary School , mainly on a Friday, as we have very gifted music teachers visit our school. This Friday (3rd March 2017) Mrs Daw held an…
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Netball Cluster League Tournament

On Tuesday 28th February, we took a team of children from Years 5 and 6 to Astley Primary School to play against both Astley Primary and Broadwas Primary School. The weather was against us, but we bravely carried on in…
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Celebrating World Book Day

The world was different today! Hopefully everyone was celebrating World Book Day.. Why do we celebrate you may ask? It’ gives us a chance to celebrate authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s…
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