The Art Department would like to invite all students, staff, parents, carers and governors to a private view exhibition of work by this year’s GCSE Art and Design students.
It will take place in the LRC and Engineering Room between 4:00pm and 6:00pm on Thursday 9 May. We look forward to seeing you there!
Yesterday, eleven Year 9 students visited the Newcastle University Medical and Dentistry (M.A.D.) school to learn more about what it was like to study either medicine or dentistry at this university.
They experienced a variety of activities from lectures to practical sessions. They gave it their all with CPR, intubating Simon the SIMman, reassembling a pile of human bones and painting on specific facial muscles in the medical practicals.
They also looked at animal dentition, carving a replacement tooth and using disclosure tablets in dentistry. Well done to all students involved!
Yesterday, a group of Year 10 students visited Leeds Town Hall for a Science Live event. There they had the chance to see and hear five of Britain’s top scientists, all working at the cutting edge of their specialisms.
The aim of the trip was to help improve GCSE Science results with top tips on examination success from an experienced science examiner and show students that Science really does offer solutions for many of the world’s great problems.
In a fast-moving, exciting, thought-provoking event, the students had the chance to raise issues with the scientists. with the primary objective to generate greater enthusiasm for science amongst GCSE pupils.
Well done for the exceptional behaviour of all students who went on the trip!
Over the weekend, six students attended the YMCA centre in Windermere for the Lakeside Challenge, an intense outward bounds activity competition, involving schools from around the country and taking place over a number of weekends in February.
The students worked very hard late into Friday night and right through to Sunday lunchtime, learning new skills and representing the school to the highest standard.
They were a credit to the school – well done to all who took part!
Our Year 8 student Poppy Arnold, the Young Mayor of North Tyneside, spoke at a Holocaust Memorial Day event on Friday.
There she met TV personality Judge Robert Rinder, who also spoke at the event just before Poppy.
Judge Rinder’s grandfather survived the Holocaust and his moving speech can be viewed by following THIS LINK.
Marden High School would like to formally invite everyone in our school community to a forthcoming charity event organised by the Cullercoats Primary School PTA. The charity evening will take place at Cullercoats Crescent Club on Saturday 16 March at 7.00pm.
It is in aid of the Olly Bilcliffe Trust and there will be music from a live band and a disco. Tickets are £5 which includes a pie and pea supper.
This event is being organised by Cullercoats PTA. Please see the poster for more details.
Thanks to all who contributed to our “Wear Red Day” on Friday for the charity Show Racism the Red Card.
Students prepared for the day by attending assemblies delivered by cabinet members, and they learnt more about the issues of racism and discrimination in specially planned PD lessons.
Tuesday evening saw our regular summer talent show festival, Marden’s Got Talent!
This was a superb event with a great variety of acts. Congratulations to Tilly (Year 8) who won the competition singing an original version of ‘Sweet Child of Mine’.
Well done to all who took part!
You still have until Wednesday to sign up for Marden’s Got Talent 2018! Auditions begin after half term.