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Welcome the St Mark's School Website


St. Mark's school is a Voluntary Aided Co-educational Church of England Primary School. It was founded in 1871 by christians who wanted to serve the local community here in Bromley South.

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Dear Parents and Carers,

I would like to extend a very warm welcome to St Marks. It is a great honour and privilege to be head teacher of St Marks. I passionately believe that all children deserve the best possible start to life and we are here to nurture your children as individuals to develop their spiritual, physical and emotional well-being alongside their educational achievements.

With our mission statement at the heart of all we do it is my duty of care to the children, families, community and church to ensure I lead all involved in our school family to achieve their very best.    

We continually strive to improve the quality and provision for your child. If you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.

I look forward to working with and supporting you to foster, nurture and develop all who form our school family.

Kind regards,
Mrs J Richards


St Mark's Primary is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 




Our Mission


As a Church of England Voluntary Aided School with the worship of God the Holy Trinity at the centre we seek to be a caring and welcoming community of friendship and faith in which 
·       in the love of the Father - We value and care for each person individually and seek to nurture and encourage their gifts and potential so that
·       in the example of Jesus - They may develop in physical health, creative academic learning, emotional and spiritual awareness, self-confidence and personal responsibility, and relationships of respect and concern for others in a safe environment displaying
·       the life of the Spirit - In love, enjoyment, fairness, tolerance, kindness, goodness, dedication, humility and self-control.

Our Aims


St. Mark's is a welcoming school where we try to create a loving, caring community in which children are encouraged to achieve their academic potential and grow in confidence, assurance and consideration for others as they learn about themselves and the world in which they live. At the same time we aim to develop a spirit of adventure and enquiry so that children may meet the opportunities and challenges in our changing society.

Announcements

We were visited by Ofsted in February. You may read-up on the results of our latest Ofsted report by downloading the attached PDF document. St Mark's...
Provided below are the Term Dates for the school years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. You can find a list of daily school events below the Term Dates. ...
Published below is a list of the school meal fees for the Spring Term:School Meal Fees - Spring Term 2014 WEEK...
The amount payable for the first half term, Tuesday 22nd April to Friday 23rd May 2014 is £44.00. Children attending the year 4 PGL trip should pay...
If the school has to be closed due to adverse weather, the website will be updated first thing in the morning to let you know. Please check on a...