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St Martins, Runcorn 

St Martins, Runcorn

St Martins, Runcorn

Saturday 15th February 2010:
Application for the post of Headteacher.
All the relevant documents are listed below:
CES Disqualification_Policy.docx
Chair's letter.docx
Headteacher CES Application form St Martin's March2020.docx
JD St Martin's.docx
PS St Martin's 2020.docx
St Martin's Appointment Application Pack - Headteacher 2020 March2020.doc
St Martin's Appointment schedule - Headteacher 2020 March2020.doc
Applicants_Declaration_-_CES_Contract (1).pdf

Year 6 extra lessons letter.
Below is a copy of the letter the children will receive on Friday 14th February. Please sign and return it to Mr. McNulty as soon as possible.

Extra lessons February 2020.doc

Mr. Hallman's letter to Parents - Tuesday 7th January 202​0

Happy New Year and appointment of new headteacher Jan2020.docx

​Dates for your diary:​

Wednesday 8th January - Epiphany Mass at 9:15am - all are welcome. Please try to join with us as we start 2020 with a collective act of worship.

Mrs. Parker's moving ​eulogy written about Martin Valdez - read at his funeral and School Mass by Mr. Hallman.
RIP Martin - we love you.

Funeral - Martin.docx

​Year 4 Parents' Presentation given on Thursday 26th September.


Year 6 Parents' Pr​​esentation​ given on Thursday 26th September at 6:00pm. If you couldn't attend this is what you missed.

Year 6 parents 26-09-2019.ppt

​​Reception class Parents' meeting reading PowerPoint 2019
guide to listening to your child read.pptx

Denominational Inspection Report 2019 

New starter guide for parents -  September 2019

st martins booklet v2.pptx

Upcoming dates:​​​

Holiday Dates 2019-20 

Holiday Dates 2020-21


Attendance and Holidays during term time

As you will be aware, the rules around holidays in term time have now changed and we are no longer allowed to authorise any holiday requests except in exceptional circumstances. Families, who take holidays in term time, will be contacted by Halton's EWO service, which may result in the issuing of a fixed penalty fine. If your child is off with illness for any length of time, then you must send in medical evidence for their absence. Thanks for your help in this matter. You understand that the best way for children to achieve well at school is for them to have a good attendance and that means 95% +

Helping your child to be fit and ready to learn in school

Many parents ask us how they can help their child to be best ready to learn. We would advise making sure they get a good night's sleep. Infants in bed by 7.00/7.30pm and older Juniors by 8.00/8.30pm. Make sure they calm down, talking to them or reading a story once they are in bed for five to ten minutes. Limit the amount of time they access the internet on phones, tablet computers or PCs and know what they are accessing as it could well be very inappropriate.  Have everything ready for school the night before to avoid forgetting book bags/lunch boxes/equipment/kits in the morning. 

​Uniform and PE Kit

Thank you for all your efforts with ensuring we have the highest possible standards of uniform. Helping us to ensure this is maintained supports us all. This means no trainers for normal footwear and sensible accessories, please don't have headwear that stops other children being able to see the teacher! Could I ask you to also ensure that your child's name is on all their pieces of uniform, especially jumpers and coats?It is also very important that all children have the correct PE Kit. They are not allowed to wear football shirts. The PE Kit consists of a white t-shirt with logo, black shorts and a pair of pumps. It is advisable that the juniors have a pair of trainers for outdoor PE. It is best for all children to keep their kit in school and to take it home each half term to be cleaned. It needs to be kept in a named drawstring PE bag.

Register for Free School Meals

If you are in receipt of Income Support, your child will be eligible to be registered for free school meals. Even if your infant child is getting a free school meal it is important to register.  This is because the school receives additional funding for any children whose parents are on income support.  Thank you for your help and support in this matter.





Start fund raising for our school.

Easy Fund Raising at St. Martin's

Easyfundraising is the simplest way to raise . The dates for the ​money for

St Martin's Catholic Primary School. 

We have now raised £961.16 and have 52 supporters and would like to thank each of you. Shop with any of over 3,300 well-known retailers via the easyfundraising website and a percentage of what you spend is passed to St Martin's at no additional cost to you. 
Retailers include Amazon, M&S, Vodafone, eBay, Tesco,  Viking and many more.

 Please register to support us today!


How many of you bought gifts on line over the past few months? I am sure it was many of you as there are great offers to be had. Did you know that if you buy from our school on-line shop you could make money for the school and save yourselves money too?

Here's a great way to get some fantastic online bar-gains, find cheaper gas and electricity services and even book a holiday. Remember, anything you buy through our webshop will help towards our fundraising targets.

So go on, top up your CD/DVD collection, or, if you're making business purchases, why not make them from our webshop? For example, you can buy computer equipment.

There are also plenty of offers on DIY products, clothing and lots more from big high street names. Use the search facility to compare a product name (e.g. kettle) with all of our retailers to help you find the best price.

Contact Us​


St. Martin's Catholic Primary School

St Martin's Lane




Tel 01928 711 207

Headteacher Mr P Hallman

​The Parish of the Divine Saviour

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As you are all aware, we are now using the Schoolcomms system for school meals and tuck. 

Just a couple of points to remember. If you change your email address or your mobile number, could you please let us know immediately as the system will not work?  Also, there are two sections on the system: School Meals and Tuck.  As well as crediting the School Meals section, you will need to credit Tuck, if you want your child to have it.

With regard to Universal Free School Meals, if your child is in Year 3, please remember that you will now have to pay for their school dinners, if they are not eligible for Free School Meals. Soon we will  put another section on the system so that you can pay for School Trips etc. 





​School News


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Do you sup​port Catholic schools and the right of Catholics to send their children to them? Then we need you to make your voice heard.

The Government is making a critical decision on whether to overturn the admissions cap which prevents Catholic schools from allowing all Catholic pupils to attend. They have acknowledged that this policy discriminates against Catholics and promised to abandon it, now we need you to tell them not to u-turn on their promise to Catholics.

Visit http://catholicnews.org.uk/education-cap or search for 'Catholic Education' in your search engine to write to the Government and urge them to drop their policy which bans new Catholic schools.

With thanks for your help and cooperation in this matter and with every good wish,

Yours sincerely in Christ

Bishop of Shrewsbury​

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Safeguarding – arrival at school

We have been reviewing our safeguarding procedures and safety across the school site. As from Monday 6th all children are to come into school via the Infant gate and playground. This ensures that no one should be by the vehicle entrance to school. Could I ask all parents to be aware that they must ensure that they are safely on the school premises and handed over to a member of staff who will be available at the Infant gate? Many thanks for your help and support in this. 

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Residential Trips 

​2019-20 details coming soon.

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St Martin's After School Club

Our After School Club continues to go from strength to strength. If you wish to use the facility you MUST contact Laura on 07757840673. Infant children will be collected from Class and Juniors can make their own way there. It takes place immediately after school until 4.30 p.m. and costs £1.50 per child. For this they are supervised and get a drink and a biscuit. This is tremendous value for money.

Please take note that due to this provision any child not collected at 3.15 pm will automatically be taken to the club and parents will have to pay the fees. All children must be collected and signed out by 4.30 p.m. A few children are unsure of their arrangements at the end of the day and this can cause some upset and distress. Please make sure that your child knows what is happening at the end of the day!

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Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club continues its great work. It is open from 7.30 am – 8.45 am and only costs £2 per child which is great value including their breakfast. Please note the children are not allowed into the school or onto the playground before 8.45am as there is no supervision. If your child arrives at school earlier than this, then they need to go to the Breakfast Club

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Worries or Concerns

If at anytime you have any worries, concerns or ideas for development,then please do not hesitate to come into school and discuss them with me.

Many Thanks

 Mr Hallman

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​Parent's Café

KC's Café and Bingo afternoon

The Parents Café is open every day from 8.50 am until 9.45 am and again in the afternoon from 2.30 pm until 3.15pm. Every Tuesday there is a Bingo afternoon from 1.30 pm and all are very welcome.

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​Parking Outside School

Cheshire Constabulary are asking  everyone to park responsibly. They will be visiting schools to ensure that everyone is kept safe particularly the children. In particular they wish you to take note of the following:

· Do not park on yellow 'zig-zags'

· Do not park in designated bus stops

· Do not obstruct residential driveways or    access to property

· Do not park opposite or in close proximity to a junction, the Highway code recommends leaving a distance of 32 ft/10m, anything less than this can be seen as causing an       unnecessary obstruction

The best advice is to ask yourself, 'Am I risking a child?' not 'Am I risking a ticket?'

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St. Chad's

Visit St. Chad's Secondary School

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St. Chads's

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Our school uniform supplier is now

Boddells in Widnes

Boddell's 17 – 19 Victoria Road Widnes Cheshire WA8 0PU     Telephone 0151 424 3257

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​Direct 365 - School Visit