Members of our school cabinet yesterday took part in the prestigious Young Person’s Question Time, as part of Local Democracy Week 2017, and both Esme Arnold and Jack Newton had questions selected to put to the panel of councillors and local dignitaries.
Well done to all who took part.
Well done to the Class of 2017 for outstanding exam results this year. GCSE results at Marden continue to rise…
Significantly positive value added
81% English and maths combined
81% 5 A* – C including English and maths
86% A* – C grades
“There have been many happy faces in school this morning as our Class of 2017 have been in to collect their results. They have done very well and it is pleasing to see that outcomes for our students have continued to rise this year in spite of the standards bar being raised and GCSEs being designed to be more difficult.
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.
More info here: