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In this video kindly prepared for us by a group of very fine and talented young people, we hear some stories of struggle and success from a few of the cast of the Tina Turner West End production entitled “Tina: The Musical”. We hope that you take the time to hear these great words of […]

We are very proud of one of our Year 2 pupils, Samuel in class 2J. He and a friend started to collect some food for people and helped distribute this to the needy in his local area. Southwark News have run a special story highlighting their kindness. It is such a kind and wonderful thing […]

Support over the Summer Break The Autism Support Team (AST) will be operating a remote service during this current time of nursery and school closures. Our specialist team are able to provide consultations to parents/carers, and educational staff via digital communication. This may be a scheduled telephone appointment, facetime appointment, email or text message. The […]

Sports day will be done differently this year due to the government guidelines in relation to Covid-19.  This year the children will be doing the activities within their bubbles at different times in the week so the bubbles are not mixed and so that the children can keep their distance. Sports week will be on […]

In the year 3 key worker bubble we investigated using skittles. First we placed the Skittles round the edge of the plate. Next we gently poured water onto the plate and waited for a few minutes. Suddenly, a magic rainbow pattern started to appear. “I thought this was amazing,” (Alicia) “This was very fun!” (Michael […]

To celebrate being back in school, children in the year 2 and 3 key worker bubble spent an afternoon making our own individual pizza. We worked hard and had lots of fun. The pizzas we made were delicious! We said, “I used tomato, cheese, sweetcorn and pepperoni on my pizza.” “I had fun making pizza […]

Some of the many ways  that the  school is responding to racism is through  assembly, teaching the topic in PSHE and RE; making cross curricular links with other subjects and making multicultural books available for all classes from Nursery to Year 6.  You can download a message from our Bishops to the Young People in Catholic Schools in […]

The London Youth Games are setting different challenges for all children in England, whether you are in school or doing your learning at home. Let’s do English Martyrs’ proud and complete each challenge (one a week). Follow the link to get the dtails of this week’s challenge:

On 8th June, we welcomed back children from Reception, year 1, year 6 and the children of key workers. We were excited to see some of our friends again. We did lots of activities to help us get used to being in school again.  We had a PE lesson, some of did some music and […]

Weekly Activity Planner School Games Organisers from across Central London have worked in collaboration to provide Central London Schools with a weekly activity planner to share with their families to help keep their children active for 60 minutes of the day whilst at home. You can find out further information on the work of the […]