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St Marks C E Junior School
Somerset Road, SP1 3BL Salisbury
01722 333497
www:http://www.st-marks.wilts.sch.uk/e-mail:

Welcome to our new look website. We are planning to develop our new site in several phases, so please ensure that you book mark our pages and return to them often in order to see what new and exciting innovations we have added. 

We have many ideas for this new site and we hope to have examples of work and images of our activities and events each term so that our entire school community can share in the achievements of our pupils. We would want to think of it as a virtual display board of our students' work.

Most importantly I hope you will find this website helpful and informative in giving you a flavour of the real spirit of St Mark's.  Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns regarding your child or their transfer to our school.

To browse your way around this site please use the buttons directly above. You can take a virtual tour of our school by clicking here.

Admission to St Mark's


The school welcomes visits by parents who are considering sending their children to the school. We are happy to consider chidren from both in and outside ourcatchment area. Success in obtaining a place will depend on our Year group number. We like to keep our class sizes to about 30 and pupils will be selected according to the LEA Admissions Criteria.

To locate us in Salisbury, please click on the following link to view a map of the school.

Admission of Pupils and Visits by Prospective New Parents

The school welcomes visits by parents who are considering sending their children to the school. The Head Teacher will be happy to talk about the school, answer questions and show parents around during the school day. Please telephone to make an appointment.

Our admissions policy follows that of Wiltshire L.E.A. which requires all parents to apply to the L.E.A. on the appropriate form.

Forms can be collected from the school office or by contacting the School Admissions Team at County Hall in Trowbridge on 01225 713000,

CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION

This is the priority order given to applications when there are more applications than available places:-


1. Vulnerable children

  • Looked after children as defined in Section 22 of the Children's Act 1989.
  • Children from families registered with the National Asylum Support Service.
  • Children with a severe medical condition (where the condition is of a long term and seriously disabling nature and where written evidence has been provided with the application from a senior medical officer or the child's general practitioner or specialist showing it would be detrimental to the child's health not to admit him/her to the school).


2. Linked Infants' School (Step, half and foster siblings are also included in this category)

A child is considered under this criterion if:

  • An older sibling is on the roll of the preferred school, or the linked junior school in the case of applications to an infants' school, at the deadline date; and
  • The sibling is not in their final year at the school; and
  • The child lives within the designated area of shared area of the school at the same address as the older sibling.


3. In-area siblings (Step, half and foster siblings are also included in this category)

A child is considered under this criterion if:

  • An older sibling is on the roll of the preferred school, or the linked junior school in the case of applications to an infants' school, at the deadline date; and
  • The sibling is not in their final year at the school; and
  • The child lives within the designated area of shared area of the school at the same address as the older sibling.


4. Other in-area children

A child is considered in this category if they live within the designated area of the school or an area shared by the preferred school and another school.

5. Out-of-area siblings (Step, half and foster siblings are also included in this category)

A child is considered under this criterion if:

  • An older sibling is on the roll of the preferred school, or the linked junior school in the case of applications to an infants' school, at the deadline date; and
  • The sibling is not in their final year at the school and
  • The child lives at the same address as the older sibling.


6. Other Children

Children to whom none of the above criteria apply.


If there are more applications than places available within any of the criteria above then the straight-line distance from the child's home address to the school will be used as a tiebreak. Distances will be measured using Ordnance Survey eastings and northings. In the event that two or more distances are identical, the allocation of places will be decided by casting lots.
NB The final year of a school is Year 6 for a Primary School.


A sibling (i.e. brother or sister) is defined as a child who shares one natural parent, a step brother or sister, or has been legally adopted or fostered into the family.

  • The address that determines a child's designated or shared area is the place where s/he is ordinarily resident at the deadline for admissions.
  • There is not guarantee that a younger sibling will obtain a further place in the same school as his/her brother or sister.



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