Holbeach St Marks Primary School

Welcome to Holbeach St Marks Church of England Primary School

Please find the PHE School Flu Vaccination Invitation Letter here.

Our school community is a family.

Welcome to Holbeach St Marks Church of England Primary School. At the heart of our school is a strong Christian ethos which is reflected through school life. Our school is… ‘a nurturing and inclusive Christian family where the wellbeing of all is of great importance’ (SIAMS Inspection 2017). We offer fun, cross-curricular, personalised learning experiences through which we aim for all of our children to feel safe and happy in order for them to reach their full potential. ‘…Parents have an extremely positive view of the school. They believe that their children are well-looked after, safe and happy. Parents commented on the warm and safe environment and the family atmosphere that exists across the school (SIAMS Inspection 2017). We strive for all of our children to become independent learners, who rise to challenges, achieve success and are prepared for the future.

We value the whole school community of children, staff, parents, governors and friends; by working together we really can give our children the very best start in life. Parents are welcome to pop into the office to make an appointment if you wish to speak with a member of staff.

We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find the information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact us with any queries you may have.

Sally Massey
Head of School

 

  • Relationships between adults and pupils are extremely positive in the three classes. Teachers ensure that pupils are keen to learn and that they settle quickly to the tasks
  • The very large majority of parents have an extremely positive view of the school. They believe that their children are well-looked after, safe and happy. Parents commented on the warm and safe environment and the family atmosphere that exists across the school.
  • Pupils display positive attitudes towards learning and participate enthusiastically in lessons, and this helps them to make good progress. Pupils say they enjoy school and this is reflected in above their average attendance.
  • Pupils are polite and caring. Older pupils support and show consideration for the youngest children in school. They also provide good support for children who are new to the school that helps them settle in happily and quickly.