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St Mark and All Saints Church of England Primary School where the rewards of teaching are numerable.


As a Church school we hold our Christian Values at the heart of everything we do and our school culture of 'Together we Care, Learn and Achieve' begins with the needs of the child and reaches out to the family and to the future.


We want St Mark and All Saints Church of England Primary School to continue to be a place where we all inspire a love of learning and respect for all, and staff are encouraged to reach their full potential.

DBS Filtering Rule

All employees and volunteers in regulated activity will require an enhanced DBS check. This is completed by the school  prior to  the appointment. From 28th November 2020, the filtering rules for Standard and Enhanced DBS checks changed. These changes are the result of a Supreme Court Judgement which identified that some elements of the existing filtering rules were disproportionate. Legislation has been changed and from 28th November 2020, DBS certificates will disclose criminal records according to  this new legislation. This means the Disclosure and Barring Service  (DBS) will no longer disclose youth reprimands, youth warnings or youth cautions. It will also no  longer automatically disclose all convictions where an individual has more than one conviction- instead, each individual  conviction will be assessed against the appropriate rules. Futher information can be found here.

This flowchart helps to  explain what candidates should disclose.

Candidates and employees can obtain independent advice on this matter from organisations such as Unlock and NACRO.

GST policy statement on the recruitment of ex-offenders

St Mark and All Saints Church of England Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Posts are subject to enhanced DBS disclosure.

DBS Filtering Rule

Current teaching vacancies

All our teaching vacancies are advertised nationally on eteach, our class page can be accessed via the link below.


Here you will find all you need from guidance for applicants, current positions available and our standard application form.


Visits to the school are essential and these can be arranged by making an appointment through the office on 01483 422924


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