New School Session

The pupils have arrived at school ready for the new session looking very smart in their new uniforms which they wear with pride. They have settled well into their new classes  and we are looking forward to a busy, exciting year ahead. IMG_8462IMG_8463  IMG_8464 IMG_8465

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We are ready!

Some of our pupils happy and excited to be joining St. John Ogilvie High School in August. The two day visit to introduce the children to secondary education was a roaring success!

Primary 7 Transition Day

“We feel ready and excited for our next big challenge at high school.”

Erin McGuire

School Representatives at SLC Awards Ceremony

Congratulations to Rocco Vata and Jude Bonar, Primary 7, for excellence in their outstanding performance in the school football team this year and gaining a place at St. Ninian’s High School, Football Youth Academy. The boys were presented with certificates at the South Lanarkshire Awards Ceremony in the Hamilton Town Hall.


Singing Club Celebration of Success

1Parents, grandparents and families were delighted to attend the annual celebration of the Singing Club, led by Mrs Alison McGrory and supported by Mrs Heather 2Quigley, both parents. The pupils from Primary 4 to Primary 7 impressed the audience with their fabulous singing. Cadia Jaconnelli, Primary 7, introduced a range of songs including Rise Up by Andra Day, Golden Slumber from the movie Sing, My love is like a Red Red Rose by Robert Burns and A Life that’s Good from the TV series Nashville…all favourites.

5We were particularly delighted this year to be joined by guests of honour, Jacqueline and Christopher Lomoljo whose daughter Ana Maria is in Primary 2.

The Singing Club highlighted the condition of Sepsis which had had a huge impact on the family this year     and the children chose to send all donations to Sepsis Trust UK.


Official Opening Ceremony

Friends, families and guests gathered to mark the official opening of our £7 million school.

Headteacher, Caroline Campbell said, “At St. Mark’s we do our best to equip children well for the future; we celebrate individuality and make sure our learners can work independently and as part of a team, with excellent communication skills.

I know our pupils will make a difference to the future of Scotland and our job here is to ensure that each pupil grows to be all they can be.”

Official Opening of St Mark's Primary School

Official Opening of St Mark's Primary School

Official Opening of St Mark's Primary School

Official Opening of St Mark's Primary School