About Us

Our School

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Governors

St Martin’s School has a strong governing body consisting of:

 Mrs T SherlingChair of governors
Mrs K Wratten
Mr L Atkins
Dr S Atkinson
Mrs H Cakebread
Miss S Cannon
Miss L Smith
Mr A Nunn
Miss R Appleby – Associate
 
  – Clerk to the Governors

A Brief History of St Martin’s School 1903-2013

When St Martin’s school originally opened in 1903, it was divided into three sections: infants aged five to seven years, girls and boys.  There were 339 children on roll.  The schools were built by the Dover Church Schools Company Ltd , to provide necessary accommodation demanded by the Board of Education. The inauguration of the schools was such a significant occasion that it was attended by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Randall Davidson and the Mayor of Dover, FG Wright J.P.  There was such a large gathering that over three hundred visitors had to be turned away. The headmaster of the Boys’ school was Mr E. Smith, headmistress of the Girls’ school was Miss E. Cook and Miss E. Joad headmistress of the Infants.  

Staff

Headship Team

  • Mrs K Wratten –  Headteacher  (SENCo / Safeguarding Team – DCPC)
  • Miss R Appleby – Deputy Headteacher (Assistant SENCo / Safeguarding Team – Lead DCPC)

Senior Leadership Team

  • Mrs K Wratten – Headteacher / SENCo
  • Miss R Appleby – Deputy Headteacher / Assistant SENCo
  • Mrs J Howarth – Learning Mentor (Safeguarding Team)

Behaviour and Safety

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Performance

This page will guide you to information about the current and historic performance of our school, with information about standards, the progress of pupils and the findings of the school’s most recent OFSTED inspection.

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is discrete funding given to schools to support disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils from Foundation Stage to Year 11.

For the academic year 2015/16, the annual level of Pupil Premium funding has been set at £1,320 per pupil of primary school age for each pupil who has been eligible for free school meals (FSM) at any point during the last six years. This money is passported directly to schools to spend as they determine appropriate.

 

Policies

School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference. If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please ask the school office…

 

 

Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies.