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Our Lady Queen of Martyrs RC Primary School

Living, Loving, Learning - Christ at the Centre



Welcome to Our Lady Queen of Martyrs

Living, loving, learning - Christ at the centre 


Dear Parents, Carers and Prospective Parents


I am very pleased to welcome you to our website, where you can gain an insight into our wonderful School.  We are rightly proud of our School Family where children and adults alike are encouraged to grow and develop their full potential.  Our mission is to keep the love of Christ at the heart of all that we do, in our learning and our daily lives.  We feel proud that this makes us a very special community, which we hope is evident in all of our actions towards others.  Our hope is to nurture children who will make a positive difference in the world and we value the talents and gifts of every individual child.  We are proud of our curriculum and strive to meet challenging academic standards for all of our children.


During this challenging time of Covid, I am sure you can appreciate it is hard to welcome visitors into School.  I hope that you enjoy the many photographs, film clips, information and parental comments included on our site to help you to get to know us a little better. 


Please do contact us if you wish to find out more, or have any specific questions.  One of the team will be happy to respond to you.  I look forward to meeting you personally when circumstances allow.


Yours sincerely 


Mrs Emma Barrs 



“Lovely Staff that are always so welcoming to the children each morning, with a very caring and approachable attitude.  I am never in any doubt that my child will be looked after in a loving environment.” 


“My child loves playing outside at School and is given lots of opportunities to follow his own interests.” 


“A School culture where pupil's talents are celebrated and where there is a real sense of community." OFSTED, March 2017 


“I’m not a Catholic.  I’m not from a Catholic family.  But the Christian values that are so strong in the School make this a special place for any child to learn.”  Parent, Year 4