We strive to create a curriculum that it suited to individual need, interest and ability so as to fulfil every child's potential and dreams. Every pupil will have access to a broad, balanced, differentiated and, above all, inspiring curriculum.
We show aspiration in every aspect of our learning: aiming high to achieve the very best we can and actively encouraging others to do the same. Learning more about ourselves, others and our world is seen as a joy and a huge privilege.
Through our learning, we deepen our relationships with one another, showing our Christian Values, and specifically compassion and forgiveness, in all that we do. We engage in our learning as we embrace challenges, learn from and with each other and celebrate the success of others which leads to the mutual flourishing of all.
We, at Mark’s C of E Junior School, are a community of learners.
Our Teaching and Learning approach at St Mark’s is inspired by the ‘Learning Rainforest’ metaphor (The Learning Rainforest, Tom Sherrington), and this ‘tree analogy’ below is a direct reference back to our logo: the school’s willow tree and the school’s Vision.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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