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Living and Learning Together

The mission of St. Mark’s Church of England Primary School is to provide quality teaching and promote independent learning within a happy and caring Christian atmosphere; where each individual will develop a greater respect for themselves, others and their environment.



"This is an outstanding school where all pupils flourish due to a strong caring ethos, high expectations, and a stimulating and challenging learning environment."   Ofsted report 2012

“The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Mark’s as a Church of England school are outstanding. The school’s Christian values of Challenge, Integrity, Respect, Community, Love and Equality (CIRCLE) permeate every aspect of the school and make a strong positive impact on the lives of all learners who know, understand and apply them."  SIAMS Report 2016

Special Educational Needs
The expertise of your child’s teachers and the regular monitoring of your child’s progress will enable any special needs to be identified. This may be because your son or daughter is experiencing a problem which is making it difficult for him or her to make good progress, or because he or she has particular abilities which need to be stretched to a higher level. At St. Mark’s we are committed to identifying these needs at an early stage in your child’s school life. We will then discuss them with you and agree the best course of action. 

Please click here to see our school's Special Educational Needs Information Report.

Support4SEND (formerly Parent Partnership Service) delivers impartial information, advice and support to parent carers, children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

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Hampshire SENDIASS

This one service encompasses both Support4SEND (previously provided by Hampshire County Council), and Parent Voice (operated by The Rose Road Association). In response to feedback from families, the service will provide a single point of contact for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) and their parents and carers.