Marton is a rural village to the west of the City of Lincoln on the A1500 towards Gainsborough. Marton is a vibrant community with local shop, pub, village hall with playing fields, bowling green, children’s play area and 5km Heritage Trail created by the school pupils.
The school, built in 1962, has four classrooms, hall, library, woodland, an adventure trail, climbing wall, extensive grounds plus a range of other facilities to enable independent learning to develop, including iPads and IT work stations. Each of the four classrooms have direct access to an outdoor learning space as well as the school field.
The school catchment includes surrounding local villages and hamlets, including Gate Burton, Torksey, Brampton, Fenton, Knaith, Kexby, Upton, Lea, Stow, Sturton-by-Stow, and Gainsborough.
The School works closely with 6 local schools as part of the Centurion Small School Partnership:
Sturton-by-Stow Primary, Ingham Primary, Scampton CE Primary,
Newton-on-Trent CE Primary, Hackthorn CE Primary & Pollyplatt Primary
The school is a member of the KYRA teaching school alliance
The school is a global partner with the Lubei Foreign Language Experimental Primary School in Tangshan, China.