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St Martin`s C E Primary School
Hartington Road, BN2 3LJ, UK Brighton
+44 (0)1273 707114

St. Martin’s School is a Church of England Aided School with a Nursery Class for children aged three to eleven and currently has approximately 260 pupils on roll.

The school serves the whole of the Parish of the Resurrection, which includes the churches of St. Alban, St. Luke and St. Martin.

We enjoy very close links with St. Martin’s Church and a special feature of school life is the School Mass, which is celebrated in church once a term. The Parish Priest takes assembly for the main school one morning each week.

Visits from parents with their children are welcomed and our own application forms are available from the school. Please contact us if you wish to make an appointment.

Painting of Saint Martin.

Our Mission Statement.

In this school the children receive the very best of Primary Education within the Christian ethos, leading them to a love of God and each other, and an understanding of our world.

Our Aims.

1. Working in partnership with parents, to teach the Christian faith and help children accept their responsibilities as Christians.
2. To ensure the provision of education based upon high standards and the pursuit of excellence.
3. To promote the total personal, social and spiritual development of each child.

The School building is relatively modern, having been built in 1987 and we are a one form entry school. There are 2 nursery classes, 1 reception class, 2 classes in Key stage 1 and 4 classes in Key stage 2. Average class size is 31 and the school is usually over subscribed.

We have 8 full time teachers plus Head and Deputy as well as 2 part time teachers providing release time for teachers and cover for training, developmental needs and sickness absences. We also have 8 support assistants and 6 midday meals supervisors.

Mission statement.


The school had a successful Ofsted inspection in June 1999 and its key issues have now been addressed.

Our class organisation has to reflect a wide variety of circumstances and needs. Children are grouped mainly according to age and classes average between 30 and 33 pupils at Key Stage 2 and 30 pupils at Key Stage 1. Children normally remain with the same class teacher throughout the academic year, although there may be some re-arrangements for certain subjects e.g. music.

Our Nursery Class children attend half days only. We run both a morning and an afternoon nursery. The maximum number at each session is 25.


Our current curriculum priorities include the raising of standards in I.C.T and writing, developing a PSHE policy and scheme and addressing the needs of our gifted and able pupils.
Please use the links below for more information on the following range of subjects:

English Language and Literature
Information Technology
Religious Education
Personal, Social & Health Education
Design Technology
PE (including Swimming for all 7-11 year olds)

All subjects taught follow the National Curriculum and other government guidelines except R.E. In this subject we follow the R.E. syllabus and scheme of work agreed by the governing body of the school. We follow carefully formulated schemes of work for all subjects and these are updated or amended as deemed necessary.

Pattern display.


The school runs a large number of lunchtime and after-school clubs and activities and these may vary from term to term depending on the sporting season and the availability and expertise of staff.

Click here for details of current clubs.

In recent months we have offered netball, football, tennis, art, drama, athletics, multi-media, chess, basketball, ICT and study support clubs.

Karate classes are held on Tuesdays at 3.15pm. This is a private arrangement with the Karate Club who hire the hall but children are welcome to attend on payment of the fees.

Violin, keyboard, guitar and vocal tuition are optional extras for children in KS2. Violin is currently taught on Tuesdays, keyboard, guitar and vocals on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Coaching with the Brighton Bears.


To assist in the integration and development of our children a simple uniform is compulsory in the school.

Plain grey or black trousers. Jogging bottoms are acceptable.
Red or white polo shirt (obtainable from school)
Red School sweatshirt (obtainable from school)
Sensible dark footwear
Shorts in summer if required

Plain grey or black skirt / trousers or grey pinafore dress
Red or white polo shirt (obtainable from school)
Red School sweatshirt or cardigan (obtainable from school)
Sensible dark footwear
Red check dress in summer if required

Hipsters, pedal pushers and jeans are NOT acceptable at school.
Outside clothes should be warm/sensible


Jewellery other than watches is not allowed in Key Stage 2. If ears are pierced, studs should be very small and must be covered or removed for P.E.

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