The GCSE Revision Guide has been sent home with
About St Marks School Admin
Posts by St Marks School Admin:
St Mark’s School are committed to working closely with our local primary schools, sharing expertise and resources to the benefit of pupils, and supporting them with their transition into secondary school. Moving on to secondary school can be a daunting experience. Here at St Mark’s School we remove any apprehension pupils might have about starting […]
Bath Literature Festival are offering 50% off festival tickets for under-18s on Sat 27 Feb. You will need to bring some identification with you at Bath Literature Festival. Just follow the link to book tickets http://bathfestivals.org.uk/literature/. The events are: Sebastian Faulks Gloria Steinem EU Debate Shakespeare Gala Don’t miss this great opportunity!
This week, Year 6 pupils at St Saviour’s Junior School joined us for a unique cultural and culinary masterclass. Pupils spent the afternoon learning how to label and pronounce a range of food items in French, how to order food in a restaurant and how to describe whether they like (or dislike!) a particular food. The […]
St Mark’s School is hosting a Gifted and Talented sports course for Year 6 athletes from Batheaston Primary, Bathampton Primary, Bathwick St Mary’s Primary, St Saviour’s Juniors and St John’s Catholic Primary. Becca Higgs, from the University of Bath Sports Development Team, is leading the sessions. The fourteen pupils are receiving workshops in agility, balance […]
The Key Stage 3 basketball team travelled to Wellsway School to take part in a basketball tournament with Wellsway, St Gregory’s and Chew Valley schools.
In our first game we played St Gregory’s who proved to be too strong on the day, eventually beating us 22-8. We then played Wellsway and produced some excellent basketball eventually beating them 26-6. In our final game we played a close match with Chew Valley. The scores were tied with two minutes to go […]
On Thursday 14 January our Year 10 and 11 students were fortunate enough to attend an assembly run by Emma Manion from the National Apprenticeship Service, which provided students with information, tips and guidance about the apprenticeship pathways available to them.
This term, as part of our established PSHE programme to support our students’ future pathways, our Year 9 students were invited to take part in workshops dedicated to giving students the confidence to make independent subject choices when selecting their GCSEs, whilst giving them an understanding of the skills, qualities and qualifications needed for their […]