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Dear Parents and carers, Years 4 and 5 will be visiting Noah’s Ark, Orwell Quay, Ipswich on Thursday 30th January 2020. The purpose of the visit is for the children to partake in Bible Studies. The children will focus on the word “God” followed by activities for the day.  They will be travelling by King’s Ferry […]

English Martyrs’ Primary School is proud to announce that it will be hosting a French Week starting on Monday 20/01/2020 to Friday 24/01/2020. Please see our agenda for the week below: Lundi: Class interactive tour de France https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyWeSF9FAgA  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/french-ks2-how-to-introduce-yourself/zf84d6f https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0114qpv Mardi: French films – Barnaby Bear en vancances in Brittany, northern France https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01151kh Les enfants […]

Exciting news for all the IT lovers at English Martyrs as we kick off Computing week this coming Monday 13th January 2020. During computing week the following will take place accordingly. 1. Assembly for children on e-safety on Thursday  the 16th of January starting from 9:am 2. Children will create posters on e-safety on Thursday […]

English Martyrs Primary School is very proud to announce that we managed to raise £164.36 to help build a brighter future through Cafod’s projects around the world. Cafod are part of one of the largest aid networks in the world. Because of our global reach and local presence, together we have the potential to reach […]

At English Martyrs’ the Advent season is a time for giving and thinking of others.​ As always, we have organized food parcels for our community which has been sent to our church to be distributed. This year an amazing amount of food and toiletries have been donated.  A great big thank you to all the […]

English Martyrs’ Junior Chaplains and Prayer Monitors visited Tower Bridge Care Home to give the residents some Christmas cheer. They prayed with the residents, sang Christmas carols and then spent some time talking to them. It was a very rewarding experience for our children and the residents had an enjoyable time praying and singing along. […]

KS1 children performed a fantastic production of a traditional version of the nativity to their parents and carers. The children enjoyed singing and performing to all the songs that they practised. The children were true professionals and the parents, carers and teaching staff witnessed some fantastic talent and born actors.

There is so many activities taking place in December at English Martyrs that we have created a handy diary for you. To download this diary and keep a copy of the many important dates happening throughout the month, please click on the link below. Merry Christmas! December-diary-2019

The children have been having alot of fun learning about the many different cultures, dress, food, music and much more during Black History Month. We took some pictures of the children gathered together with parents for our own carnival! For a larger view, please click on the thumbnails below.