Please read this important letter regarding arrangments for the last day of this term and the first day of next term. Thank you.
Huge congratulations to Year 10 student Rebecca Moore, who won the Young Voice Award at the PoSBO (Postive Social Behaviour Order) Awards 2014. Rebecca, who is already a representative of the North Tyneside Youth Parliament was recognised for her work as a Member of Youth Parliament, helping to raise awareness of mental health issues and leading a group of young people who developed mental health education packs for schools.
For more information on the PoSBO awards and the work of Youth Focus North East, click this link.
Students in Access presented Age UK with a cheque for £105, after the latest of our fundraising activities last week, coinciding with our Christmas jumper day, which also raised funds for cat and dog shelters and Cash For Kids.
Well done to everyone who contributed to providing care and support this winter for Age UK. For more information on the work that they do FOLLOW THIS LINK.
Marden has excelled itself once more with our fundraising efforts, Metro Radio’s Courage the Cat came in this afternoon to collect all the gifts students brought in for the Cash For Kids appeal, and donations were also make to Age UK. Well done!
Nominations for North Tyneside’s 6th elected Young Mayor are now open. Download forms at www.northtyneside.gov.uk/
Key date is 8th January for the closing of nominations at 12 noon and also for the induction evening for candidates from 5:30pm at Riverside Children Centre.
On Thursday 11th December we are having a festive Christmas jumper day, raising money for both Age UK and Cash for Kids. For more information on the Cash For Kids appeal, please watch this video.