Events 2014-2017

Singing festival

Reception children from Holly Class had the opportunity to join with reception children from other schools and go to the Chantry High School for a singing festival. The theme was Fairy Tales so they got to dress up as any…
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History Man

At the end of the summer term we had a visit from the History Man. In the morning he worked with KS2 and showed them artefacts from WW2 and in the afternoon he worked with KS1 to teach them about…
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Trip to the SeaLife Centre

Key Stage 1 and Pre-School went on a joint trip to the Sealife Centre in Birmingham. The children had lots of fun exploring the different fish tanks and also had a guided tour to teach them more about the different…
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Spring Term Music Assembly

We had another Music assembly this term with a fantastic display of musical talent. We were joined by parents, grandparents and Governors and everybody in the school had a chance to perform.

Chinese New Year 2014

This year we had some visitors to help us learn more about Chinese New Year. They explained some of the traditions behind it and performed an amazing lion dance for us to watch. Each class then had the opportunity to…
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World Book Day 2015

We celebrated World Book Day this year by bringing our favourite books to school. Each class split up and went to different classrooms to share our books with each other.

Internet Safety

This week it was Safer Internet Day and to help us celebrate this, Action Council took an assembly for the whole school. They explained what internet safety is all about and when and where we need to be thinking about…
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Summer Fete

This year our summer fete had the theme of Brazil and we had the weather to match! Parents, pupils, teachers, governors and friends were entertained by performances from the choir, zumba dancing by Rowan class, drumming by Oak class, cornet…
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CD Recording

This week the whole of Martley Primary School took part in recording songs for our very own CD. Each class sang their own song as well as some whole school songs. Pre-school also joined in with their song. It was…
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