All posts by: Nicola Johnstone

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Mrs Appah received a lovely request from two ex pupils of English Martyrs’ to come and visit our school on Wednesday 14th June. A very warm welcome was given to Shirley and Roger Wade,  who visited us to relive some of their fondest memories, they both started school together in 1961 and become good friends, […]

Art week will begin on Monday 11th – Friday 15th June Reception to year 6 will be studying artists from different countries around the world.  Please see one example below of Aboriginal art work from Australia that pupils will be making throughout art week.  Please come back and visit our gallery page for more information […]

When a child is in hospital their family can often be faced with having to travel long distances each day and either pay for costly hotel rooms or sleep on a chair at their bedside. Ronald McDonald House provides families with a comfortable place to stay that’s close to their child, giving them more time […]

It’s that time again, this is our third year working with Westminster Cathedral Choir and we are excited to announce that Year 4 pupils will be participating in a concert along side many other schools on 13th June, please see below times.  Year 4 have been working hard on their summer concert songs and are […]

Author Lauren St John – The wonderfully talented author Lauren St John will be visiting us on Thursday 17th May to speak with pupils on writing techniques and how you can use your imagination for wonderful story writing, parents will be given the opportunity to purchase copies of her new book, which she is promoting, she […]

Science week starts on Thursday 8th March at English Martyrs School! To kick off the week, we have a visit from the Birdman from Eagle Heights. The school will be introduced to the ecology and conservation of Birds of Prey by Mr Alan Ames from Eagle Heights in Eynsford, Kent.  They will be shown different […]

As part of their Modern Foreign Language program, class 4J have been pen pals with a similar school in Montpelier, France. Before Christmas, the French School designed and sent some Christmas cards to our children. Unfortunately, the cards did not arrive at EMS until the New Year, so our children thought it better to make […]

Today we caught up with our newly appointed School Council who are looking forward to their new role at the school. In this video, we hear their vision statements as they plan their activities for the year and how their actions will go toward making English Martyrs’ Primary School an even better place for learning. […]