Year 10s are presented with the trophy for NUFC Foundation’s ‘School of the Year’
Since October, a group of Year 10 students have been taking part in an ASDAN Five-A-Side Football programme run by NUFC Foundation, an independent charity supported by Newcastle United Football Club, the Premier League, Sport Relief and backed by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
The Enterprise Academy teaches 11 to 19 year-olds the basic principles of business and self-employment using Newcastle United as a real life case study. The programme helps students understand jobs, professions and career options and delivers programmes that are innovative and fun.
After successfully working with Marden in delivering the course, project coordinator Gavin Ferry and his team invited us to the annual celebration event held at St. James’ Park, attended by 14 schools and over 250 participants.
The Foundation chose Marden High as their School of the Year, and the Year 10s were presented with a trophy, a plaque and photographed with the SkyBet Championship trophy won by Newcastle United last season.
It was a great effort for the students to attend the event on their day off from school, and credit must go to them for their consistent hard work throughout the year that has seen them worthy winners of this prestigious award! Well done Marden High!
Congratulations to Mrs Parker and Mrs Eastlake, who took part in the Newcastle Stampede on Saturday 23rd October and raised £350 for the British Heart Foundation!
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!
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As our new building takes space in the shadow of our current one, construction firm Turner and Townsend have revealed an ambitious link up plan with Marden High, supporting our unique curriculum.
Please find information about our upcoming Open Evening.
For those that missed the recent prestigious broadcast of BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? programme live from Marden High, or would like to listen again, click the tab below and enjoy!
It was a great night in the Main Hall and Marden are proud that our very own Year 10 student David Pike was chosen to ask a question during the debate. Skip to hear David’s question at 29:44.
Marden High students recently raised more than £240 for the charity Tiny Lives.
Year 7 student Hannah Warne presented Miss Parker with the cheque on Ward 35 of the RVI in Newcastle, the Special Care Baby Unit where Miss Parker’s son, Riley, was born very early. Hannah’s mum is a nurse who works on the ward.
Please read this letter from our contractors McAlpine about a forthcoming public consultation meeting to discuss plans for Marden’s new building.
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As we enter the Spring term, we would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year from Marden High School.
Four Marden students, who are Dance City performers, brought in the new year with style, Year 7s Hannah Yeoman and Hannah Warne, and Year 8s Sarah Cross and Charlotte Penfold all took part in Newcastle’s New Year’s Eve parade, welcoming in 2015 with a Rugby theme.
A big thank you to everyone who donated food and goodies for the Newcastle cat & dog shelter. Winston the dog came to school today to gratefully accept our donations!