Easyfundraising: Raise funds for our school!

Our PTA have now registered Marden High School with #easyfundraising, which means retailers will donate to our school for free every time you use easyfundraising to shop with them, so if you are going to shop with some of the large retailers then we would appreciate your support to help raise funds for our school.

It’s easy to use – all you have to do is sign up and do your usual online shopping via easyfundraising to raise free donations for the school. There is also an easyfundraising app you can use. There are over 4,100 retailers to choose from including Just Eat, eBay, John Lewis & Partners, Amazon and many more, and the link below allows you to sign up:

https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/mardenhighschool/?utm_campaign=raise-more&utm_content=s-f2

Year 10 GCSE English Information Evening

Due to current government guidelines, this year’s GCSE English information evening, for all Year 10 parents and students, is taking place as a digital online event. Please find the presentation and supporting revision materials below.

Click here for VIDEO LINK

 

http://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/smartfile/ac964574086e5480e4c7c68968bc1ec0/uploads/2020/12/02140027/Securing-Success_-English-Support-Resources-Leavers-2022-.pdf

Auto top-up assists parents and carers in ensuring their child’s school meal balance is
always in credit. It does so by allowing you to set a minimum balance which, when breached
automatically credits your child’s meal balance by a fixed amount using a balance transfer
payment.

In order to use auto top-up, you are required to set up the bank transfer facility on your
Parentpay account. As soon as this is authorised and completed by your bank, you will be
able to use the auto top-up facility.

For more information visit https://www.parentpay.com/bank-transfer-and-auto-top-up/ or
email parentpay@northtyneside.gov.uk

ACT Early

If you are worried that someone you know is being radicalised, visit http://www.actearly.uk/ You won’t be wasting our time and you won’t ruin lives, but you might save them.


For help and advice visit  www.actearly.uk, or call the national Police Prevent Advice Line on 0800 011 3764, in confidence, and our specially trained Prevent officers will listen carefully to your concerns.