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St Martins School
Malvern Hall, Solihull,B91 3EN Brueton Avenue
0121-705 1265

Saint Martin’s has a tradition of providing the very best education for girls. Our academic expectations are high and Saint Martin's is a school where girls succeed to the very best of their ability.
Our girls grow up in a supportive community where the individual is nurtured and encouraged to reach her potential. Classes are small and girls are given individual attention and guidance.
They are taught in a stimulating environment, with supportive and appropriate pastoral care at all stages of their school life.

Every girl in our care has a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities from which to choose in order to promote and develop individual talents as well as new interests. Our aim is to develop the individuality of each girl and to provide a basis on which she can build a life that is purposeful and fulfilling. Girls at Saint Martin’s develop skills, knowledge and personal qualities to enable them to make their way with confidence in a world where work is undergoing rapid chan ge.

Saint Martin’s is a non-denominational Christian school where respect for others is paramount regardless of their faith or background. The enthusiasm of girls to look beyond themselves and to seek ways of helping others is an important element of our school community.

We are very proud of what Saint Martin’s has to offer and we look forward to sharing the success of the school with you.


The Preparatory Department (2yrs 9mths to 8 yrs)

The Preparatory Department comprises the Nursery and
preparatory classes to Year 3

It has its own self-contained and specially designed accommodation including library, ICT room, multi-purpose hall and well-equipped playground

In a happy and relaxed atmosphere the Nursery provides a secure and stimulating environment for learning, play and friendship and lots of individual attention including daily
one-to-one teaching of literacy and numeracy skills

In Alice House (preparatory classes) the emphasis is on small groups and the personal attention of staff

The curriculum is balanced to encourage the acquisition of sound basic skills and includes specialist teaching in PE, other sports and creative activities including music, drama and dance

In Key Stage 1 tests the girls' results are well above the
national average

The girls develop self-confidence from the very earliest years

Each girl’s progress is monitored closely

Good discipline and consideration for others are integral parts
of the school ethos
On leaving the Preparatory Department, girls’ skills in reading, writing and numeracy have been well developed, their activities have become more challenging and they are ready for the more formal, abstract learning of the Junior School

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