St. Martin’s Catholic Voluntary Academy

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St. Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy
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Motto Latin: Veritas
Established 1953
Type Academy
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Brenda Carson
Location Stoke Golding
CV13 6HT
England Coordinates: 52°34′18″N 1°24′03″W / 52.5716°N 1.4009°W / 52.5716; -1.4009
Students c.300+ pupils
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–14
Houses Stuart, Newman, More and Knox
Colours House colours: Yellow, Stuart, Red,Newman, Blue,More, Green,Knox.
Website St-Martins Website

Saint Martin's Catholic Voluntary Academy (formerly Saint Martin's Catholic High School) is a coeducational 11-14 middle school with academy status run by Brenda Carson, located in Stoke Golding, near to Hinckley, Leicestershire, England. It is part of the Diocese of Nottingham, and is built on the same grounds as the former Dominican nunnery. The school is named after Saint Martín de Porres. The latest[when?] Ofsted Report has said that St-Martins is an 'outstanding' school. Saint Martins has just become an 11-16 school. It is now called St. Martins Catholic Voluntary Academy.