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Combe Martin Primary School
Hangman Path, Combe Martin, EX34 0DF, UK Ilfracombe
+44 (0)1271 883226

Welcome to Combe Martin Primary School

At Combe Martin Community School we believe that every child matters. We strive to promote children's self-esteem and provide a safe, challenging learning environment. The children are encouraged to reach their full potential through positive attitudes and enjoyment in achievement. We aim to equip each child for the future and to be able to fully participate in their community and wider society.


We support the aims of the Devon Curriculum Statement and try to create a learning environment where the school hopes to promote the overall development of the children in the following ways:

  • Produce clearly understood targets and how to achieve them
  • Ensure that all staff and children have a clear idea of national expectations
  • Achieve at least national expectations in all curriculum areas
  • Provide a broad and balanced curriculum
  • Ensure that all children have access to all areas of the curriculum
  • Use the local environment to support the curriculum
  • Provide opportunities for cross-curricular links
  • Produce a practical and creative curriculum Improve children's attitude to work (juniors)
  • Promote consistently good teaching and to insist on high expectations at all times from children and adults
  • Nurture mutual respect from children and adults
  • Improve planning and provide appropriate differentiation
  • Make better use of people's skills within the whole school and local community
  • Develop more effective school organisations Improve home/school links and encourage parents to support the school
  • Provide a balance of extra-curricular activities


  • Reception / Yr1 - Miss D. Northcott
  • Year 1/2 - Mrs. L. Mason
  • Year 3- Mrs. R. Jones
  • Year 4 - Mrs. C. Davis
  • Year 5 - Mrs. G. Holmes
  • Year 6 - Mrs. J. Guyler


Children in each class vote for two class members to represent them on the School Council, which meets once a week during lunchtime. Members bring to the meeting issues raised by their class, and they also organise a number of termly events.

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