ST Mark’s West Essex Catholic School annual musical production played to packed houses last week as children and adults enjoyed splendid performances of Beauty and the Beast over a two night run.
ST Mark’s celebrated the commitment, talent and skill of its pupils last week with its Sport Awards’ Evenings. Pupils who have represented the school in a variety of sports, and those who have demonstrated commitment to training and to their peers, were presented with their Sports’ Colours.
ST MARK’S are delighted to have a new team of pupils from Years 8- 10 to support their school productions and events.
THE outstanding educational progress of young people educated in Harlow schools was recognised at the annual Harlow Educational Progress Awards held at the Civic Centre.
FRIDAY marked a very busy evening for staff and pupils at St Mark’s, where a sold out crowd watched a fantastic 13 finalists take the stage. The whole process started in September, where 35 acts, ranging from singers to dancers, got two minutes to prove to the judges that they have what it takes to […]
THE HEADTEACHER at St Mark’s school has told parents of her delight at the results of a recent Ofsted inspection. The government inspectors came to the school in October. The report was released on Monday November 6th. Mrs Heaphy said: As you will know, on Thursday 5th October 2017, Ofsted carried out a Section 8 […]
OFSTED have written a glowing report following a short inspection at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School in Harlow. The education watchdog visited the school in October. The overall rating is Good. The report states: “The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the previous inspection. You and your […]
ST Marks West Essex Catholic School is holding an Open Evening for its sixth form.
Come to St Mark’s Open Evening on Thursday September 28th. Full details on posters.
ST Mark’s West Essex Catholic School were celebrating an excellent set of results that yet again demonstrate exceptionally good performances against all of the key achievement
STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School are today celebrating another fantastic year, with students once again achieving excellent results, with many going on to universities, often the first in their family. Another superb pass rate was achieved with 96% of all A level examinations passed and 62% with grades A*-C. A […]
IN April, we travelled to France and Belgium, as a part of our history trip – to well and truly understand the consequences of the First World War.
A former St Mark’s pupil and current professional footballer, Danny Green, presented an inspirational assembly to the KS4 cohort as well as those in KS3 who are teamed with clubs such as Tottenham and Arsenal.
o celebrate World Book Day, 2 March, staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School came into school dressed as various characters from Literature. Pupils took part in a competition, organised by Ms Lewis KS3 Coordinator for the English Department, to name the character, book/play and author.
Congratulations to Alfie Dollard 10 Fisher, St Mark’s Jack Petchey Award winner for January.
YEAR 7 pupils from St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School travelled to the O2 Arena this week to be part of the world’s largest children’s choir at the Young Voices event.
PUPILS at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School took part in a special STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) activity day this week sponsored by the Engineering Development Trust. It was a hands-on day designed to excite and enlighten students on how STEM is fun, interesting and results in a rewarding career. It particularly focused on raising awareness of Engineering, especially with female pupils.
LAST term, students in the Sixth Form completed their UCAS applications. St Marks are pleased to record their congratulations to those who have received offers.
PROFESSIONALS from many different careers, came together with Year 11 pupils during a mock interview day at Harlow Study Centre.
THERE was a festive buzz in the air on Sunday 20 November at our annual Christmas Fayre.
THE outstanding educational progress of 84 young people was recognised at the annual Harlow Educational Progress Awards held last Thursday (24 November 2016) at the Civic Centre.
THIRTY-Eight pupils have just come back from a four-day trip to the German capital, exploring
sites, from the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag to Frederick the Great’s palaces in Potsdam and a World War II bunker complex.
ST Mark’s school is set to host a Christmas Fayre in November.
ST Mark’s was delighted to welcome so many primary school pupils and their parents who visited the school for our Open Day and Evening.