St. Mark’s C of E Primary School

We are a Church school and we pride ourselves on our church school  distinctiveness and the very special ethos that pervades through our mission statement,  ‘St Mark’s, with the love of Jesus, will give us wings to fly.’ Christian values are promoted, and our a part of the everyday life of the school, and are developed through a two year cycle. The culture of our school is one of ‘learners and leaders’- all stakeholders are learning and developing together and in a small school with such a skilled staff and such enthusiastic children, everyone is a leader. Although a small school we have big ideas and, with our many partners, we can provide our children with extended opportunities for sport and enrichment, and for our staff and governors training and ideas for further improvement.

Address St. Mark’s Church of England Primary School, School Lane, Hadlow Down, East Sussex, TN22 4HY
Contact Receptionist
Address St. Mark’s Church of England Primary School, School Lane, Hadlow Down, East Sussex, TN22 4HY
Telephone 01825 830375
Email office@st-marks.e-sussex.sch.uk
Web Site URL www.st-marks.e-sussex.sch.uk

Thanks to all who supported the Tea Party!

The Tea Party was a great success! Thanks to all who baked, came for tea, bought raffle tickets and stayed for the Cake Judging!

St.Marks looked gorgeous, decked all over in bunting, tea tables set with pretty tablecloths and flower posies by Félicité Flowers. The tea was served on beautiful old china tea sets which added to the charm. Glen Miller tunes played in the background and the church was filled with the sound of chatter and the odd prosecco glass clinking!

Our thanks to our wonderful guest judge, Mary-Ann Pickering, founder of the Crow Kitchen. Mary-Ann took on the task of tasting 60 cakes magnificently!  There were some really stunning entries. The Children’s entries were particularly impressive, so creative…”show stoppers!”

The Bake Off Winners were…

Classic Sponge
1st Place Lizzie with her Lemon and Blueberry sponge
2nd Place Sarah Prall and her Victoria sponge with Strawberries and Cream
3rd Place Tamara Lawson’s Poppy Seed and Lemon Cake

Whoopsie Daisy
1st Place Anne Peate and her FlapJacks
2nd Place Alison Bentley with the delicious Chocolate Cake
3rd Place Angela Wilkes lovely lemon Drizzle cake

Biscuits and Scones
1st Place Emily Bellhouse…’Self Portrait’ Biscuits
2nd Place Nell Drake and her Chocolate Brownies
3rd Place Amelia Burden with her Crispy Sandwiches

Kids under 10yrs
1st Place Oliver Eridge for his Dragon and Castle Cake
2nd Place Grace Andrews with her Bee Hive
3rd Place Mollie Burden with a Charlie and the chocolate Factory Cake

Also Highly commended cheese scones by Rory Lynch

The Tea Party and Raffle raised an amazing £472!

The proceeds from the event are to be shared between the School and Church. With thanks to all the School Mums who helped organise and set up the event and of course to Father John for encouraging the event and allowing us the use of the Church.

St. Mark’s Church and School Baking Competition, Tea Party and Raffle

Please join us in St. Mark’s Church on Saturday 9th June, 3pm – 5.30pm for a Tea Party, Baking Competition and Raffle

Including

• Special Guest Judge
• Awesome Raffle Prizes
• Cream Tea Packages  available to pre-order
• Specialist Teas and Coffees
• Prosecco and Pimms

We would be very grateful for any cakes to be donated for the Tea Party.
Cake Competition Entry Requirements

Enter as many categories as you wish. There is a 50p donation to enter each category.

Once your entry/entries have been judged we would like to sell the cakes. Monies raised will be shared between the School and the Church

Please confirm your entry by filling out and entry form available from the school and church. Or you may like to e-mail Nicola nicola@deveam.com or Katherine kjchapman@me.com

Please deliver your entry by 2pm on 9th June 2018.

The Classes are as follows

• Classic Sponge
• Whoopsie Daisy
• Biscuits and Scones
• Kids under 10 years