We provide a broad and exciting education for children aged four to eleven. We are proud that the latest Ofsted report identified Outstanding Behaviour and Safety. Providing our children with a secure environment that actively encourages their academic, spiritual, personal and social development is of the utmost importance to us.
We welcome applications from all children regardless of faith.
Please refer to letters below, e mails sent, Facebook and Twitter sites.
Please be patient with us as we try to keep everyone safe.
- LFD or PCR Covid-19 Testing Flow Charts.pptx
- LFD Tests - Letters for Parents..pdf
- KS2 information return letter March 8th 2021
- Return_to_school_timings March 2021
- KS1 information return letter March 8th 2021
- St Mark's School Calendar-2020-2021
- St Mark's - BBCET School Calendar 2021-2022
- Hot Meal in a Box Menu 2nd November
The Living Value for this half term is Love
Everyone is lovable and capable.
When I am full of love, anger runs away.
Love is the value that makes our relationships better.
When my words give flowers instead of thorns, I create a better world.
I can have love for myself, love for my family, love for others, love for my country, love for my goals, and love for the world all at the same time.
Love for others means I want what is good for them.
Love means I can be kind, caring, and understanding.
When we feel strong inside, it’s easy to be loving.
Love is caring, love is sharing.
Love is being a trustworthy friend.
"Our task must be to free ourselves . . . by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living beings and all of nature." — Albert Einstein
"The real law lives in the kindness of our hearts. If our hearts are empty, no law or political reform can fill them." — Tolstoy
#StMarksFamily Gospel writer Mark explains some of Jesus’ descriptions of the Kingdom of God. This week is also Refugee Week 2021, the theme of which is ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’
On Sunday 30 May, the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity we host a National Rosary Relay Rally for Faith, Life & Peace across the Dioceses of the British Isles. Bishop Robert will lead our Diocese in the Rosary from 4.00 – 5.00 https://t.co/gOcaPKetIY & https://t.co/JQTAuRvfJI
Daily Dashboard Mon 24 May. We must all continue to do our bit to protect our city from Covid-19. Stick to basics - follow the guidance in full, at all times and HANDS - FACE - SPACE - FRESH AIR. Thank you. https://t.co/OyOmH9VyoJ https://t.co/uqkW9zb5Cd
#StMarksFamily to our friends @StBedesRCPS Happy Feast day! Today is the Feast of the Venerable https://t.co/HIGOsPOAE9 is widely thought that he was the greatest Anglo Saxon scholar. Bede wrote the manuscript of the life of St.Cuthbert in the 12th century.🌈🌈🌈
Join our weekly prayer this #Pentecost 🙏🏿✝️ Dear Lord, thank you for the precious gift of your Son. Help us to live peacefully as we follow you, and to call upon your Holy Spirit when we are lost. Amen. https://t.co/TDmsZ002LO
#stmarksfamily If your child or any member of your household develop Covid symptoms (high temperature, new continuous cough, loss/change of taste/smell)/test positive for Covid during half-term, it is important to contact us Keep safe and well 🌞
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St Vincent’s Centre Newcastle
We’re delighted to be shortlisted for @LNER’s Customer and Community Investment Fund as we're so passionate about this project 🙌 Vote for "St Vincent de Paul: Expanding Horizons" under the Education and Employability theme here ✅👇 https://t.co/yyaN89q0cG PLS RT