Key Information For Ofsted
Please contact Mrs H Bath Headteacher on 01934 513008 or email@example.com if you have any questions about the school or the information on this page. Our postal address is St Mark’s Primary School, St Mark’s Road, Worle, Weston – super – Mare, North Somerset, BS22 7PU.
- Click here to view our admission policy.
- We currently have 421 pupils on the school roll.
Please click here to view our exclusion arrangements.
OFSTED and SIAMS Inspection Report Information
The most recent OFSTED and SIAMS reports about St Mark's VA Primary School are no longer valid as we are now an academy. However if you wish to view the latest Ofsted report for when we were St Mark's VA Primary School click here and for the SIAMS report please click here.
Summary KS2 results July 2016 please click here.
Summary KS1 results July 2016 please click here.
EYFS 2016 results comparison please click here.
DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION SCHOOL PERFORMANCE TABLES:
The school performance tables with more information about our school results published by the Secretary of State of the Department for Education’s website can be accessed by clicking here.
OUR SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Please view our curriculum to find out about the subjects that are taught within our school.
MARKING AND FEEDBACK
Please click here to view our marking and feedback policy.
Please click here to view our assessment policy
Please click to view the school’s Behaviour policy and Anti bulling policy.
PUPIL PREMIUM GRANT
Please click to view our Pupil Premium policy , Pupil Premium Action Plan 2016 – 2017 and Pupil Premium Spending Report 2015 – 2016.
SPORTS PREMIUM GRANT
Please click here to view our Sports Premium funding review of 2015- 2016. Please click here for the Sports Premium Funding for allocations for 2016 -2017.
SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
Please click here to view the school’s Special Education Needs Policy.
CHARGING AND REMISSIONS
Please click here to view the charging and remissions policy.
SCHOOL ETHOS AND VALUES STATEMENT
Our school ethos is at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning and provide an environment which prepares our pupils to be confident, happy citizens.
The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith in Our Lord Jesus Christ and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.