Bugsy Malone!

Thanks to everyone who took part in our fantastic production of Bugsy Malone which ran over two nights this week. Well done to all students and staff who took part for all their hard work over the course of the year. Please enjoy a slideshow of photos from the show.

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Code Wars 2017

On Saturday Year 11 Computer Science students Daniel Ritchie, George Grainger, Max Bell, Olivia Bishop, Lucy Crossland, Daniel Hornby, Harry Dargavel, Amy Feetham & Dan Mead all attended the 2017 Hewlett Packard Codewars competition.
Code Wars 2017
National coding competition, all 3 teams did fantastic…..George G, Daniel R and Max B came a close 4th!!
Dan, Harry and Amy were the quiz winners, winning a HP rucksack full of goodies. Lucy won the raffle getting a £20 amazon voucher.
Great experience and great day had by all!!

World Book Day 2017


The English department with Year 7 during the World Book Day awards assembly.

The 20th anniversary of World Book Day took place on Thursday, and Marden were active participants as usual. Staff, Year 7 and Year 8 students were invited to dress as a literary character for the day. There was also a lunchtime quiz and Key Stage 3 students took part in literary activities and writing competitions with the English department all day.

In total, £200.30 was raised for BOOK AID. Well done to everyone who took part.

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Careers Fair a Great Success

Yesterday, a carousel of careers activities were laid on for our Year 11s to try and give them an idea of post-16 choices available to them. Thanks to all our partners, businesses and colleges who came to speak to our students.

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£805.58 raised for Children in Need

Our grand total raised for Children in Need on Friday was £805.58.
£36.57 was raised from the staff cake sale and £96.30 from the students cake sale. Congratulations to Finley Bolas who won the cake raffle and Cameron Hill who guessed correctly that there were 163 spots on the cake.
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Well done and a big thank you to all who took part.

Medical Career Day Event

A group of Year10 students last week participated in the region’s largest medical career day event organised by MCS Raising Aspirations Group.

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Caitlin Thompson and Nieve Allot were prize winners in the Diagnostic workshop and Sajan Mann and Kijah-Star Wardsmith in the CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) workshop.

Well done to all involved.