St Mark's CofE School
|Type||Voluntary Aided School|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Executive Headteacher||Raymond Friel|
|Specialism||Business and Enterprise|
|Local authority||Bath and North East Somerset|
|DfE URN||109328 Tables|
|Houses||Luther King, Gandhi, Mandela|
St Mark's is a Church of England secondary school located on the border of Larkhall and Fairfield Park in Bath, England. It is a specialist Business and Enterprise College. In September 2009, 282 pupils were enrolled at the school. As of January 2012[update], this number had dropped to 240.
In 2010, Bath and North East Somerset Council called a meeting to discuss the future of educational provision for the children of Larkhall and the school put forward alternative proposals to its closure. In 2011 the school formed a soft federation with St Gregory's Catholic College in Odd Down, and an executive head teacher, Raymond Friel, was appointed to be in charge of both schools. The federation has built a new joint sixth form, The New Sixth at the St Gregory's Catholic College site.
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