St Mark’s Primary in Ipswich wins language award

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St Mark’s Primary in Ipswich wins language award

A languages programme called Linguamarque has awarded St Mark’s Primary School in Ipswich Gold Accreditation for its teaching.

Claire Jackson, headteacher of St Mark’s, said she was very pleased to receive the accreditation, along with language teacher Carole Starling and her pupils. 

Dr Dixon from Linguamarque said: “Congratulations to you all – you truly deserve this. The teaching of languages at St Mark’s is really outstanding. And well done to your amazing pupils for all their hard work.” 

Linguamarque, run by Ipswich-based educational company Schools’ Choice, has been developed to help primary schools meet the statutory requirements for primary languages teaching. The programme is used throughout the UK, and has currently been adopted in four counties in East Anglia. 

Pictured above are students from St Mark’s Primary School. Article quotations from East Anglian Daily Times