We are a diverse school with many different countries and cultures represented! Today was a day to celebrate the variety that we have in school - with many parents coming in to talk about different countries and cultures, activities from around the world, traditional dress and an International Buffet Lunch where the children tried food from all around the world! The children are citizens of the world and proud to be! A HUGE thank you to all members of our wonderful St. Martin's community who have supported this exciting day!
Elgar hosted an assembly this morning all about Internationalism. The children told us about how they were connected to places all around the world and gave us some very interesting facts about different countries!
Churchill have been doing great work in maths this week! They have been looking at adding near multiples of 10, using adding and subtracting on numberlines. Keep up the good work Churchilll!
In this morning's assembly, Churchill class talked to us about animals! We discovered some animals many of us hadn't heard of before, including the Saola - the 'Asian Unicorn'. We learnt about how many of these animals are endangered and how we can help protect our world.
Today our Elgar class hosted a bake sale in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support! We were overwhelmed with the generosity of our pupils as they baked and donated in support of Macmillan. We raised £310 overall for this superb charity!
We present to you our pupil representatives for this academicyear. We are sure that all will take on the extra responsibilities withpride and enthusiasm.
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Welcome back to all of our pupils and families. We are looking forward to the year ahead!
In the spirit of the current World Cup, Booth's assembly was all about Sport and Peace today! We sang the National Anthem (perhaps better than the footballers we see on TV!) and learnt all about how sport helps us all.
A big well done to all of our fantastic children who enter our Annual Talent Show. From singing and dancing to piano and guitar; magic tricks and jokes to skipping and gymnastics, there was something for everyone. It was difficult to pick a winner, but Maia was voted as the top talent by the Teachers and Elgar pupils who didn’t participate.
We were so proud of our Junior children's performance in our School Swimming Gala! It was great to see the progress that all the children have made in their swimming ability. All houses tried their hardest, with Norman's beating Saxons and Romans and winning the House Cup. A big thank you to our swimming team, Louise, Paul and Mr Gilchrist, for organising a super morning.
Churchill’s class assembly took us back in time to World War II! They taught us all about their namesake, Winston Churchill and thrilled us with their lovely wartime songs.
We are incredibly proud of Jack in Elgar class. At the mere age of 10, Jack has sat his Maths GCSE Higher papers - what an achievement! We are sure he will do very well and we look forward to finding out his results later this summer.
Doyle had super busy afternoon in science with Mrs Warman: ‘From shopping for groceries at Morrisons, to preparing and eating our healthy snacks (and washing up too). Thank you so much for representing St. Martins so well ... impeccable behaviour Doyle! Confident recall of food groups, including some of the more challenging foods, and some super balanced healthy wraps & sandwiches too; from wholemeal bread, tuna, cheese & ham, to carrots, cucumber, houmous & olives. Brilliant!’
Our cricket team had a fantastic day at Grimsby Cricket Club, winning 4 out of 6 of their matches!
Two of our amazing teachers, Mr Gilchrist and Mrs Crookes, are raising money for the charity CALM by running 10K! Please donate using the links below!
This week has been full of activities as we have kick off the start of our sporting season. From cricket to rounders to skipping to athletics to swimming, our pupils have been busy representing St. Martin’s at a whole host of events.
On Tuesday, our Doyle, Shackleton and Elgar classes represented the school at a cricket tournament, whilst on Wednesday, whilst the whole school took part in the NSPCC Skipathon, some Booth and Doyle boys had a go at scoring some wickets. On Thursday, Booth and Doyle representatives took part in an inter-school athletics tournament whilst on Friday, the Juniors showcased St. Martin’s swimming talent at a swimming Gala.
We are so lucky to have a growing sports culture at St. Martin’s that will continue to blossom with the support of parents, pupils and teachers. At St. Martin’s, we believe sport to be an integral part of the curriculum which not only physically benefits our pupils but offers a whole host of opportunities and advantages.
We are so impressed with our swimmers today at Grimsby Leisure Centre! Third overall with our boys scooping up first place and girls 5th! A big well done to all and thank you to Louise for coaching us to victory!
Potter had a lovely day at Conisbrough despite the rain. We enjoyed dressing up in the style of clothes from 850 years ago and learning about the different jobs at the castle. We then prepared a feast for the visit of Henry II. We toured the keep and found out how Lord Hamelin and Lady Isobel lived all those years ago.