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St Martins C E Primary School
Lower Church Lane, DY4 7PG Tipton
0121-557 1543

We foster and promote an appreciation of life-long learning in a safe, friendly environment.

We welcome new challenges and exciting learning experiences.

We are a team who aim high:

high expectations of all;

high standards for all;

high quality learning for all.

We celebrate our own successes and the successes of others.

Based upon Christian family values, in a multi-cultural society, we strive to develop and grow to our full potential as citizens in our local and world community.


Our Vision in Child Speak  developed by the School Council in 2006

We like our school; it gives us new ways to learn in an exciting, happy and safe place.

We like to learn new things even if they are a bit different.

When we do things, we try to do them as best we can, working as part of a team.

We try hard to present our best work.  We are helped to find out answers and guided in the right direction.

We respect the religions of other cultures and have friends in other countries.

We try to do our best everywhere we go, not just at school.

Aims Of The School

  1. Bullet To welcome parents as co-educators of their children.

  1. Bullet To provide an environment where discovery and experiment are key elements so that children can develop an understanding of themselves and their environment.

  1. Bullet To foster a moral and social conscience.

  1. Bullet To provide a happy, caring climate that fosters enjoyment of learning and allows children to work to the best of their ability and achieve high expectations.

  1. Bullet To help children to use language and numbers effectively, giving a high priority to the teaching of literacy and numeracy.

  1. Bullet To give value and status to a childs preferred language, encouraging and facilitating its use where and when appropriate.

  1. BulletTo value the childs home culture.

  1. Bullet To promote standards of excellence throughout all areas of the curriculum and a high standard of presentation.

  1. Bullet To foster a love and enjoyment of books as an integral part of language and literacy.

  1. Bullet To have a positive attitude to discipline through praise and rewards aiming to develop a high degree of self discipline.

  1. Bullet To maximize the various talent of the staff and to fulfill their individual potential.

  1. Bullet To utilize staff expertise to the benefit of the children.

  1. Bullet To ensure that marking will at all times be constructive and helpful, a diagnostic tool for the child and the teacher.

  1. Bullet To ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to develop reasoned attitudes, values and beliefs and show tolerance and understanding.

  1. Bullet To develop an awareness of human achievement so that children can begin to have some contribution that they can make to their own future.

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