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St Marks West Essex School

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STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School are today celebrating another great 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 95% of all…

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St Mark’s Boys Selected For Essex County Rugby Squad YEAR 8 boys, Joseph Oppong and Israel Adjei, from St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School have been selected for the U14 Essex Rugby Squad. The talented youngsters, who only took up the sport last year, attended…

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ST MARK’S PUPIL RECEIVES DIANA AWARD ST Mark’s Year 11 pupil, Tegan Lintonbon-Baker, has received a Diana Award for volunteers. The Diana Awards were established in 1999 by the Government, who wanted to continue Princess Diana’s legacy through a formal way of recognising young people…

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A STUDENT from the University of Surrey has emerged as the overall winner of Future Legal Mind 2018 – National Accident Helpline’s award to find the brightest legal talent in the country. , Gbemisola Obolo, who currently studies Law with International Relations, has won a…

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ST Mark’s top of the table for English Baccalaureate achievement for yet another year. The school are delighted to inform you that earlier this term the published Government figures show that St Mark’s has come top of the Harlow schools’ league table again for the…

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Saint Mark’s Netball Team Win West Essex Championship Again! INSPIRED by former St Mark’s pupil Jo Harten’s success in the Commonwealth Games, St Mark’s U16’s Netball team beat Davenant Foundation School 38-7 in the Final of the West Essex Championships to take the title. This…

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A UNIVERSITY of Surrey student is a finalist in Future Legal Mind, National Accident Helpline’s award to find the brightest young legal talent in the country. Gbemisola Obolo is studying Law with International Relations at Surrey and is in with a chance to win a…

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St Mark’s Pupils Win Local Schools’ Faraday Challenge Day PUPILS from St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School, who competed in a local schools’ challenge against Stewards and Passmores, were thrilled to win the Faraday Challenge Day this month, scooping a prize for themselves and a…

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ST Mark’s West Essex Catholic School was delighted to learn that Year 10 pupil Declan Garner, received the Young Volunteer of the Year 2017 Award at the National Pride of Table Tennis ceremony held recently, in London. A member of the BATTS table tennis club…

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St Mark’s Pupils Become European Boxing Champions TWO Year 9 pupils from St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School have become European Boxing Champions, having competed in the championships in Sweden. 13-year-old Jade Huggins overcame her French competitor in the Final to take the title in…

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Packed Houses Enjoy St Mark’s Production of Beauty and the Beast 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. In addition,…

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St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School Sport Awards’ Evening 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…

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NEW PERFORMING ARTS TECHNICIANS APPOINTED ST MARK’S are delighted to have a new team of pupils from Years 8- 10 to support their school productions and events. Ben Bester, Tom Wolff, Connor Baker, James Reed-Langley, Amelia Tookey, Megan Smith, Chelsea Yamgoue and John Yadao. Having…

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HARLOW PROGRESS AWARDS 2017 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.   In front of a packed council chamber, the young people collected their awards from the…

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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…

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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…