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SCHOOL FUNDING CRISIS

Thank you to those parents who were able to attend our information session about the school funding crisis.  We will be organising another event, and inviting MPs. 

Here is a copy of the slide show that was shared to detail how the cuts are affecting us at St Mark's.

 

OFSTED

We are delighted to announce that the result of our OFSTED inspection is available and that St Mark's has been rated 'Good'.  You can read the report here.

"The school provides a very nurturing environment in which pupils feel valued. Every pupil is supported well to raise their achievement." OFSTED Oct 2015

Click here to see the fantastic article about our recent OFSTED report in the Argus on Friday 20th November 2015.

 

Check out St Mark's on Meridian TV - proud recipients of the 50th defibrillator from the Connor Saunders Foundation.

Click here to follow the link .

Dear All,

Green for Grenfell

Thank you all for your terrific support on Friday for our fundraiser.  It was lovely to see so many children participate.  The children also had workshops delivered by the East Sussex Fire Service on fire safety.  We ended the day with a Remembrance Assembly, in which the children presented a special book of poems and prayers they had written to Darren from the fire service. We look forward to welcoming the fire service on 12th July, when they will be bringing a fire engine, and providing information for parents.

Sports Day

What a great day this was! Thank you for coming along to cheer on your children - depsite the weather! It was lovely to see the older children looking after and coaching the younger ones, and to see the children encouraging their team mates. Well done Hope Team who were the winners.

Thank you to Mrs Bailey for organising the day and to Mr Button for setting up.  I must also extend our gratitude to the groundsman from Roedean, who marked out the trakc for us- a great help.

Trips

It is always with a sense of pride that we take our st Mark's children out and about. Year 3 and Year 4 were impeccably behaved on their trip to Roedean last week, in which they enjoyed the use of the pool, farm and sports pitches-being coached and cared for by Year 7 students.

Years 1 and Year 2 went to Woods Mill and their teachers came back beaming with pride-another successful outing!

This week sees our children heading for the i360 to see the sights of Brighton, and thanks once more to Roedean school for providing transport for Reception, Years and 2.  They are a great partner to St Mark's.

Classes for September

You will have seen on the newsletter that the cchildrne have been told their classes for September:

Reception Starfish - Mrs Anne Rhodda

Year 1 Dolphins - Miss Margaret Enoch

Year 2 Penguins - Mrs Maria Bailey

Year 3 Seahorses - Miss Philippa Moulson (Mon and Tues/Mr Matt Dean Wed Thurs and Fri)

Year 4 Jellyfish - Miss Ruth Calder

Year 5 Sea Turtles - Miss Nolan

Year 6 Blue Whales - Mr Brian Ward

 

Wishing you all a fabulous week.

Jane Fendley

Head

Image of the Week

i360

Newsletter

SCHOOL FUNDING CRISIS

Thank you to those parents who were able to attend our information session about the school funding crisis.  We will be organising another event, and inviting MPs. 

Here is a copy of the slide show that was shared to detail how the cuts are affecting us at St Mark's.

 

OFSTED

We are delighted to announce that the result of our OFSTED inspection is available and that St Mark's has been rated 'Good'.  You can read the report here.

"The school provides a very nurturing environment in which pupils feel valued. Every pupil is supported well to raise their achievement." OFSTED Oct 2015

Click here to see the fantastic article about our recent OFSTED report in the Argus on Friday 20th November 2015.

 

Check out St Mark's on Meridian TV - proud recipients of the 50th defibrillator from the Connor Saunders Foundation.

Click here to follow the link .

Dear All,

Green for Grenfell

Thank you all for your terrific support on Friday for our fundraiser.  It was lovely to see so many children participate.  The children also had workshops delivered by the East Sussex Fire Service on fire safety.  We ended the day with a Remembrance Assembly, in which the children presented a special book of poems and prayers they had written to Darren from the fire service. We look forward to welcoming the fire service on 12th July, when they will be bringing a fire engine, and providing information for parents.

Sports Day

What a great day this was! Thank you for coming along to cheer on your children - depsite the weather! It was lovely to see the older children looking after and coaching the younger ones, and to see the children encouraging their team mates. Well done Hope Team who were the winners.

Thank you to Mrs Bailey for organising the day and to Mr Button for setting up.  I must also extend our gratitude to the groundsman from Roedean, who marked out the trakc for us- a great help.

Trips

It is always with a sense of pride that we take our st Mark's children out and about. Year 3 and Year 4 were impeccably behaved on their trip to Roedean last week, in which they enjoyed the use of the pool, farm and sports pitches-being coached and cared for by Year 7 students.

Years 1 and Year 2 went to Woods Mill and their teachers came back beaming with pride-another successful outing!

This week sees our children heading for the i360 to see the sights of Brighton, and thanks once more to Roedean school for providing transport for Reception, Years and 2.  They are a great partner to St Mark's.

Classes for September

You will have seen on the newsletter that the cchildrne have been told their classes for September:

Reception Starfish - Mrs Anne Rhodda

Year 1 Dolphins - Miss Margaret Enoch

Year 2 Penguins - Mrs Maria Bailey

Year 3 Seahorses - Miss Philippa Moulson (Mon and Tues/Mr Matt Dean Wed Thurs and Fri)

Year 4 Jellyfish - Miss Ruth Calder

Year 5 Sea Turtles - Miss Nolan

Year 6 Blue Whales - Mr Brian Ward

 

Wishing you all a fabulous week.

Jane Fendley

Head

Image of the Week

i360

Newsletter

SCHOOL FUNDING CRISIS

Thank you to those parents who were able to attend our information session about the school funding crisis.  We will be organising another event, and inviting MPs. 

Here is a copy of the slide show that was shared to detail how the cuts are affecting us at St Mark's.

 

OFSTED

We are delighted to announce that the result of our OFSTED inspection is available and that St Mark's has been rated 'Good'.  You can read the report here.

"The school provides a very nurturing environment in which pupils feel valued. Every pupil is supported well to raise their achievement." OFSTED Oct 2015

Click here to see the fantastic article about our recent OFSTED report in the Argus on Friday 20th November 2015.

 

Check out St Mark's on Meridian TV - proud recipients of the 50th defibrillator from the Connor Saunders Foundation.

Click here to follow the link .

Dear All,

Green for Grenfell

Thank you all for your terrific support on Friday for our fundraiser.  It was lovely to see so many children participate.  The children also had workshops delivered by the East Sussex Fire Service on fire safety.  We ended the day with a Remembrance Assembly, in which the children presented a special book of poems and prayers they had written to Darren from the fire service. We look forward to welcoming the fire service on 12th July, when they will be bringing a fire engine, and providing information for parents.

Sports Day

What a great day this was! Thank you for coming along to cheer on your children - depsite the weather! It was lovely to see the older children looking after and coaching the younger ones, and to see the children encouraging their team mates. Well done Hope Team who were the winners.

Thank you to Mrs Bailey for organising the day and to Mr Button for setting up.  I must also extend our gratitude to the groundsman from Roedean, who marked out the trakc for us- a great help.

Trips

It is always with a sense of pride that we take our st Mark's children out and about. Year 3 and Year 4 were impeccably behaved on their trip to Roedean last week, in which they enjoyed the use of the pool, farm and sports pitches-being coached and cared for by Year 7 students.

Years 1 and Year 2 went to Woods Mill and their teachers came back beaming with pride-another successful outing!

This week sees our children heading for the i360 to see the sights of Brighton, and thanks once more to Roedean school for providing transport for Reception, Years and 2.  They are a great partner to St Mark's.

Classes for September

You will have seen on the newsletter that the cchildrne have been told their classes for September:

Reception Starfish - Mrs Anne Rhodda

Year 1 Dolphins - Miss Margaret Enoch

Year 2 Penguins - Mrs Maria Bailey

Year 3 Seahorses - Miss Philippa Moulson (Mon and Tues/Mr Matt Dean Wed Thurs and Fri)

Year 4 Jellyfish - Miss Ruth Calder

Year 5 Sea Turtles - Miss Nolan

Year 6 Blue Whales - Mr Brian Ward

 

Wishing you all a fabulous week.

Jane Fendley

Head