Working with the local community
Parent Education classes at Lilian Baylis Technology School
Children with Disabilities
Team Online sessions for Parents and Carers
Are you missing out on free childcare?
Some families with two-year-olds and all families with three and four-year-olds can claim up to 15 hours a week of free registered childcare. Many working parents of three and four-year olds can claim up to 30 hours of free childcare each week.
Early learning with a registered childcare provider can help your child develop important language, physical and social skills during the years when their brain is developing the fastest. Your child will also have the opportunity to make friends, learn new skills and grow in confidence before they start school.
To receive funding for this Summer term, you’ll need to make sure you apply by Wednesday 31 March.
For more information on what you’re eligible for, how you can apply and advice on your childcare options, visit https://love.lambeth.gov.uk/are-you-missing-out-on-free-childcare
Interested in Fostering?
To find out more about fostering, join the live online information event at on Thursday 19 November at 7pm.
Put your questions to our experienced team and meet other carers who’ll be there to talk about their experience. Reserve your place here.
For more information contact our dedicated team:
• 020 7926 8710
To find out more about fostering, please join our live online information event on Thursday 19 November at 7pm. Live Q & A to follow – See you then!
Please see below important information and links during the pandemic.
We have developed lots of partnerships in the local area with other schools, businesses and organisations, which help us to enrich our curriculum and provide additional opportunities for the children at St Mark's. Some are the activities that we have been involved in are listed below.
Parents, neighbours, local organisations, staff, children and others came together in October 2016 to develop and tidy up the wildlife garden in preparation for planting food to grow.
Lots of members of the local community supported our Summer Fair in July 2016
Each week sixth formers from the local secondary school Archbishop Tenison's come over to read with children from St Mark's
Volunteers from Good Gym came and painted the fence of our Pizza Garden in November 2016
Jason and Glen from Oval Station talking to children about how to stay safe in the underground
Our Harvest Festival collection this year was for the Vauxhall Foodbank
We have a close relationship with the Kia Oval/Surrey Cricket and our children receive weekly cricket training and computing lessons.
Our children in Years 4 and 5 work with an organisation called Sustrans, who work to reduce air pollution within our Local area