Selecting your child's secondary school is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent.
At Saint Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy, we appreciate that completely. Our prospectus, along with many other events, such as our Open Evening and arranged visits* to the school, will give you the insight you will need to understand our Catholic ethos and vision; our drive to secure success and progress, and the communication and care (maintained over two consecutive Ofsted visits, 2007-08 and 2011-12) that we are able to offer you and your child as they develop into adulthood.
St Martin's students say, "We're staying to 16!"
Students in Year 9 and Year 8 at St Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy, Stoke Golding, celebrate confirmation from the government that the bid to provide 14 to 16 education at their outstanding school has been successful.
It has been a long held ambition to provide an 'all through' Catholic secondary school in the south of Leicestershire. In fact, it was our founding Dominican Sisters' wish to establish St Martin's as an 11 to 16 school in 1963. However, that ambition did not fit with the 'Leicestershire Plan' for education so in September 1963 the school opened as a Catholic High School.