Please note that the school is closed for staff training on Monday 31 October, so we look forward to welcoming students back on Tuesday 1 November.
Please read this letter from the Head and in the meantime we wish all students, parents and carers an enjoyable half term.
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As part of an Applied Studies course, Year 10 students chose the mental health charity MIND and have spent this term planning ways to raise money for that charity.
This culminated in Marden’s Mindful Tuck Shop, as they sold sweets during break time and raised a massive £116.24!
Well done to all who took part.
Marden students wore red to school today to raise awareness for Show Racism The Red Card, and each donated £1 to unite against racism and discrimination.
The online portal is now open for those wishing to contribute towards their child having a Chromebook. Please visit https://alllearnportal.parentportal.biz/index.cfm and enter the following school code in the bottom box: MARD421587
The leasing company have confirmed that the sign up deadline is Monday 21st November 2016 in order to receive the device in time for Christmas.
Please read below for more information on this scheme.
Wear red on Friday 21st October to show your support for Show Racism The Red Card. All students can pay £1 for a wristband from the LRC or during form time, and wear red to school.
Wear Red Day 2016, on Friday 21st October, is a national day of action which encourages schools, businesses & individuals to wear red and donate £1 to help facilitate the delivery of anti-racism education for young people & adults throughout England, Scotland & Wales. For just £5, SRtRC can educate one child for a whole day.
You can read more about Wear Red Day 2016 here & here.
The Young Americans are returning to Marden High School, rehearsing and performing in our brand new building between the 4th and 6th of November 2016.
If you haven’t signed up yet collect a form from your form teacher or the LRC.