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St Mark's C of E (VC) Primary School


St Mark's C E (VC) Primary School Eccles Row
ME20 7HS
Tel: 01622 717337
Fax: 01622 790740
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    Welcome to St Mark's C of E (VC) Primary School  

The school website is currently being updated

and should be ready for September

This is a good school.

  • Early years provision gives children a happy, secure and stimulating start to their education in school.
  • The Headteacher provides caring, committed and effective leadership.
  • St Mark’s is a friendly and inclusive school.  It offers a warm welcome to pupils of differing abilities, beliefs and backgrounds. One pupil commented “ We’re one big family”
  • Good relationships between pupils in different year groups are a notable feature of this small village school. 

Ofsted October 2015


Overall effectiveness


Effectiveness of leadership and management


Quality of teaching, learning and assessment


Personal development, behaviour and welfare


Outcomes for pupils


Early years provision



We are a busy but friendly school with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils.


"To inspire children to become outstanding learners who, in turn, inspire others to learn."


We hope that you enjoy your visit to our  website and that you find the information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.                                           


Our school is committed to maintaining a well developed ethos of safeguarding and safer recruitment.

Thank you for visiting.


Mr Jonathan Bassett










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