School Policies

School Policies Rules & Regulations, or how we run things Admissions Policy for 2018-19 (draft for consultation) Home School Agreement 2017 (draft for consultation) You are invited to submit any comments on this policy before September 2017 by emailing us at Admissions Policy for 2017-18 Attendance Policy Behaviour Policy 2017 – Good to be


Attendance All you need to know about attendance St Mark’s Vision At St Mark’s CE Primary School, regular school attendance is recognised as key to good student outcomes. The links between regular attendance, reaching potential attainment and future life opportunities are well researched. For this reason the school will encourage good attendance and be robust


SEND How do we support children with special educational needs and disabilities? SEND Local Offer

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium How do we look after our disadvantaged children? The Pupil Premium is a government grant allocated to each pupil on free school meals, identified as a ‘child looked after (CLA)’ or whose parents are in the Forces. The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to schools so that they can support their disadvantaged

Collective Worship

Collective Worship Our Collective Worship Timetable: Monday: Whole School Tuesday: Singing Assembly Wednesday: Whole School (Church visitors) Thursday: Class led Worship- parents welcome Friday: Celebration and Bible Stories Festivals: (seasonal) parents welcome Collective Worship: As a Church school, Collective Worship is an important time during which we can share in celebrating God’s love and learning more about our Christian faith. ‘I am the