Our Year 8 student and school cabinet member Oscar Daniel is running for Young Mayor. Here are his campaign pledges…you can vote for him by CLICKING THIS LINK.
After the success of last year’s Young Persons Question Time at the Quadrant at North Tyneside Council, Marden High will be taking part once again in this year’s event on the 11th October.
There will be live tweeting during the event so look out for Marden High’s participation, and see how the panel handle some of our questions.
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Marden High School is celebrating another set of fantastic GCSE results this summer. They are amongst the best results the school has ever achieved with 78% of students achieving A* – C passes in both English and Maths.
This year 85% of students achieved A* – C in English, and 82% in Mathematics. We have seen great success in many areas, notably 100% of students who studied GCSE Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Further Maths, German and Russian gained A* – C grades.
Joan Bloomfield, Acting Headteacher, said ‘Congratulations to all year 11 students. They have done incredibly well. A number of students have gained A/A* grades in all of their subjects which is a fantastic achievement. Every subject has performed magnificently.’
‘These fantastic results mean a huge amount for our pupils and their parents, the staff who have worked tirelessly to support them and the school community as a whole’.
We look forward to welcoming you all to Prize Giving in November which will be held in the auditorium of our brand new school.
As well as the student bake sale before half term, staff of Marden High raised more than £100 for Macmillan’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ on the 23rd October. Thanks everyone!
Yesterday, the school cabinet attended the annual Young Person’s Question Time at the Quadrant.