Congratulations Year 11 Leavers!

75% A* – C including English and Maths!

Neve Rawlinson and Ruby Palmer

Congratulations to our fantastic Year 11 students, who collected their results this morning. Marden achieved 75% A* – C including English and Maths, making us one of the top performing local authority maintained schools in North Tyneside. Well done!

Twins Abbey and Lucy, who shared 22 A and A* grades between them.

Twins Abbey and Lucy, who shared 22 A and A* grades between them.

Josiah Riley and Jane Sadler

Charlotte Hampshire

SUMMER HOLIDAY RECEPTION OPENING TIMES

The reception of Marden High School will be open daily, Monday – Friday, 9am – 12noon with the exception of Thursday 31 July and Friday 1 August when it will be closed.

School recommences for Yr 7 & 11 students on Tuesday 2 September and for Yrs 8, 9 &10 on Wednesday 3 September.

2013-14: A Great School Year: A Word from the Head

 

Looking back at 2013-14, I am proud to  say that we’ve  lived up to our Carpe Diem school motto. We’ve certainly seized the day and made the most of the exciting opportunities which have come our way.

Look at what we’ve achieved: record breaking GCSE results, great OFSTED report and the increasing support of prospective parents. Remarkably, we’ve admitted 60 students by mid term transfer since September so the good word about us is definitely getting round. It’s great to know that  parents and carers from all over North Tyneside and south Northumberland are seeing us as their first choice of secondary school, even though they don’t live in our immediate locality.

And to top it all, it is thrilling to know that we have secured government funding for an entirely new school building. So in September 2016 we will open the doors to a brand new Marden High School, containing far superior opportunities for academic study and  fully integrated provision for technology, sport and the arts so that the extracurricular life of the school will flourish even more.

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Uniform reminder for all parents, carers and students

Please could all students adhere to the rules about footwear if purchasing new shoes for the new school term. Shoes should be polishable and all black,with no coloured markings. Canvas shoes and trainers ( including Air Max) are not part of our school uniform and therefore should not be worn in school.

For further clarification, please follow the guidance in the Uniform section of the website or contact Mrs Reece ( Behaviour for Learning Co-ordinator)