At Marden we put the learning and progress of students first. Our school motto is Carpe Diem – Seize The Day!

Take a look at this video to see our school in action.

M10 Missions: Sign up NOW!

Stephen Riley, director of M10 Missions, recently visited Marden High to talk about his fundraising project, giving 16 – 18 year olds a chance of a lifetime to travel to Mexico and build a house for a family who needs it.

If you are interested in taking part, watch this video and contact M10 Missions to be part of this unique opportunity.

This is your last chance to sign up, so visit to download an application form.

Year 11 Parents Evening

A reminder that it is our year 11 parents evening on Thursday 16th October, 4.00-6.30pm.  Parents need to book appointments through our parent portal.

A note from the head: Calling All History Detectives


 You might be interested to learn that Marden is going to play a full part in the commemoration of the World War 1 centenary. As you probably know, Marden has long enjoyed a close relationship with St. George’s Church in Cullercoats. Indeed, I guess that we’ve been working together for over 50 years. Some time ago, I mentioned to Father Adrian Hughes that I was thinking of ways in which school could mark the Great War centenary and he told me that the plaque listing the fallen on the St. George’s war memorial had been stolen. Well, that got us thinking and soon we started coming up with ideas for ways in which we could ensure a renewed commemoration of those Cullercoats men listed on the stolen memorial. One thing led to another and, with the help of an amazing local history group called Tynemouth World War One as well as Sarah Owen from North Tyneside Council,  we put together a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for a community history project.

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