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World Book Day


We embrace World Book Day

Friday 7th March 2014 here at St Marks Church of England Primary School we celebrate World Book Day.

The pupils and staff made a fantastic effort to dress up as their favourite book characters. These were traditional such as the ever popular but iconic Little Red Riding Hood to newer characters like Nanny McPhee! We even had the Big Bad Wolf and Poor Old Grandma.

The day has created excitement, creativity, imagination and lots of fun. The pupils all made a brilliant effort, thank you too Mums, Dads, Carers and Grandparents. Days such as today only work with a team effort.

World Book Day is a charity that celebrates books and reading. Every school and nursery child gets a token towards a book worth £2.99 or more.  It is valid from 3-30 March 2014.

 Here’s to next year’s World Book Day…………..

Safer Internet Day 10 February 2014



We are SMART!

On Monday February the pupils took part in a range of activities related to this years theme 'Let's create a better internet together'.


Children in Need


               Helping Others

A big thank you to everyone who supported Children in Need by buying Children in Need goodies.  We raised £80.00!


Scarisbrick Scarecrow Competition


Scarisbrick Scarecrow!

Well done to all the children who entered the Scarisbrick Scarecrow Competion.  A special congratulations to Jack Blundell (Y1) who won the overall drawing competition and to the pupils, with the help of Mrs Lyness who came joint winners in the schools section.


Sporting Triumphs!


                  Swimming Gala 21 March 2013

A special well done to the Swimming Team for their recent success in the Annual Ormksirk & District Swimming Gala. The school has now won the Small Schools Trophy four consecutive years.Congratulations to Callum Scott, Thomas Hill, Adam Lewis, Josie Carroll, Lacey Wilkinson and Mia Watson. Callum has been part of the winning team for the last four years—let’s hope he can continue his success in high school!