Case study: St Marks C of E School

Southampton Pound, good things happen when you spend local

About the project

Morgan Sindall delivered the £38.9m expansion of the previously primary level St Marks C of E School in Shirley, creating a new all-through school and providing 900 new secondary school places while maintaining the 420 existing primary school places.

St Marks C of E School

Delivering for Southampton Pound

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Environmental sustainability

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Volunteering and community activities

  • 362 hours of student engagement
  • 4,166 students engaged
  • 11 work experience placements
  • Three workless job starts
  • 16 new job starts
  • 25 apprentices
  • Three graduates
  • Eight trainees mentored
  • 481 trainee weeks
  • Air quality improvement platinum rating
  • Water reduction platinum rating
  • Carbon management bronze rating
  • Biodiversity bronze rating
  • 2,891 hours environmental training
  • 97% waste diverted from landfill
  • 192 kgs / £100k carbon footprint
  • 437 saved carbon tonnes
  • 100% responsibly sourced timber
  • 19 SMEs delivering 82% of project spend
  • 1,513 volunteering hours
  • £32,326 donated