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Principal Kent Favel

I am delighted you may be considering St Mark’s Church School for your child’s education.

St Mark’s is a modern and forward-looking school of around 300 students where the traditions of the past meet the modern technologies of today.

It is a happy place where dedicated, professional teachers encourage our children to do their best in their academic studies and to enjoy everything that is on offer.

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Latest News

  • Gelato competition for Gala Gelato

    To support the Christmas at St Mark’s Gala, our friends at Gelissimo Gelato are generously providing an opportunity for everyone at St Mark’s to create their very own gelato flavour!

    Create your own delicious flavour of gelato by describing the Ingredients and flavours it is made up of, give it a name, and gelato maker extraordinaire Graham Joe will judge all the entries. The winning flavour will be created by the winner, with the expert help of the team at Gelissimo. The flavour will be launched at the St Mark’s Gala on Sunday 23 November, with the first scoop rolled by the winner. Read more »

  • ReMarks Term 4 Week 1 2014 remarks

    Dear Parent and Caregivers
    Welcome back everyone to the new school term. I hope that families were able to recharge their batteries over the holiday break. Summer term is also camp term and there are various EOTC activities planned, with Year 3 and 4 teachers busy preparing for their various sleepover adventures at the zoo and here at School. And of course the Year 8’s will complete their annual EOTC week and their famous “The Amazing Race” around the streets of Wellington. Undoubtedly the highlights of the Term will be our Carol Service, the Leavers Dinner and our Upper and Lower School Prize Givings. These are all wonderful events of celebration – see further in ReMarks for the dates of these events and mark them in your calendar. Read more »

  • ReMarks Term 3 Week 8 2014 remarks

    Well, it has been a spectacular fortnight of performing arts celebration here at St Mark’s. Children from Year 0 to 8 have been acting, singing and dancing their little hearts out in front of our visiting Trinity examiner, Mr Barry Prince, who has come all the way from Cape Town to examine our children. Initial feedback from Mr Prince has been that he has been very impressed with our children. I too have been super proud of all our children’s efforts this week in demonstrating again that we are leading the way in the performing arts in schools in this city. Read more »

  • ReMarks Term 3 Week 7 2014 remarks

    We are all very excited at School. The teachers and children are almost ready to go for the Trinity College exams next week. I had the pleasure of watching the New Entrant to Year 2 children this morning at the Young Performers Open Morning. The children performed for their parents in the Church and if this morning’s performances are any indication, then the Trinity exams will be a huge success! The children this morning were wonderful performers and did themselves proud! Next week, the Year 7 and 8 production of Grease will be held over two night, Tuesday and Wednesday, at 6:30pm. There are still tickets available for both performances and you can purchase these at Read more »

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