Every year we choose a charity to support and this year it is The Leprosy Mission. To find out more about this disease which is associated with poverty, following this link: http://www.leprosymission.org.uk/ On Monday 21 March, our Charity Day, the boys had a mufti day and took part in a tug-of-war with Churchill winning the […]
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In this morning’s assembly we were pleased to hand over to Woodlands School a cheque to enable them to purchase an EyeGaze. This was our chosen charity for the last school year and the boys raised money through Bob a Job, learning the cha-cha-cha and wearing Christmas jumpers. This piece of equipment will help the […]
After months of rehearsals, the production of “Guys and Dolls” was a whirlwind of catchy song and dance numbers interspersed with some fantastic acting requiring American accents that clearly didn’t faze the cast. Oscar Khan gave an excellent performance as the professional gambler Nathan Detroit, and Adam Amrani shone alongside Oscar as the cabaret artiste Miss […]
Following the success of last year was always going to be a challenge, but this year’s candidates have surpassed all expectations and achieved an outstanding set of results. All 36 Year 8 boys have been placed at their chosen Senior Schools, with 19 gaining an award. Twenty-five scholarships have been achieved; 17 of these are academic […]
On Friday 12th February St Martin’s celebrated a Murder Mystery Day with pupils in Years 5 – 8. Five teachers dressed up as suspects, including the headmaster, David Tidmarsh. The mystery took place in mid summer at Mangle Manor near Stonehenge. All of the pupils at St Martin’s School in Years 5 – 8 looked through […]
St Martin’s Prep School in Northwood has been recognised by the Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA) for its work in providing junior school children opportunities to play football. St Martin’s is one of only 10 Junior Hub Schools in the country. It has already hosted two very successful football festivals back in September. The school […]
When Mr Kenny informed me that I had been selected for the final stage of the BEBRAS Challenge, I was thrilled. Over 14,000 competitors had taken part in the Junior section and I was one of 32 candidates who had scored full marks.
The boys in Years 3 and 4 performed with confidence, enthusiasm and a smile on their faces in the production of ‘Robin Hood and his Sherwood Hoodies’.
St Martin’s School in Northwood received the top scores for literacy in Year 8 and Year 4 in the United Kingdom.
Publication in the winter edition of Shout About! Magazine, November 15 Vimal Mepani, Oscar Khan, Rohan Kothari all in in Year 8 and Ali Yaqoob in Year 6 were all published in the winter edition of Shout About! Magazine. This is an on line magazine published by reputable London authors including: Beverley Birch, Nicholas Allan, […]