Please click here for the next Go Big Be Awesome activity. Session 3 is “Dare To Take Risks”. We will continue to share one every other day for the next three weeks but all nine sessions can be found in the transition section of our Website!
As an alternative to Sports Day this year, the PE department has created a menu of challenge activities for you to try.
Here is our ‘Love of Sport’ presentation. The programme is due to take place next week 6th – 10th July and we are inviting you to send in photographs and video clips of you taking part. Results are not important as it is all about having a go and enjoying the challenges at home!
We look forward to seeing your sporting attempts
The dedicated SAFEGUARDING page on our website contains details about Safeguarding procedures during the Covid-19 enforced school closure.
There is also a handy list of online links to help students and parents as we become more reliant on the internet and online technology to stay in touch. Each week we will focus on a different online safety tip. This week’s online safety tip is related to safely navigating YouTube. Click the link to find out more.
Over the past few months, the concept of home as become very important to everyone in Britain. Likewise, the past few weeks have highlighted the importance of unity, empathy and kindness.
At Marden High, the School of Sanctuary Committee work to ensure that we as a community welcome and support those who have had to flea their homes due to violence, poverty and persecution.
This week is Refugee Week and we’re inviting you to try a ‘Simple Act’ that can be done at home, inspired by the theme ‘Imagine’. Simple Acts are everyday actions we can all do to stand with refugees and make new connections in our communities.
We have revamped the transition section of our website and to help ensure all Year 6 students are ready we have included lots of useful elements such as videos from staff, letters from the school and a new area called Be Awesome Go Big!
This is a nine session programme Year 6 students can enjoy as they prepare for September. Across the coming weeks we’ll highlight a specific session to focus on but the area is now ‘live’ so anyone can log in and take part.
More information will follow about exciting developments within the transition area which we’ll notify you on via the website and social media! For quick access, click the TRANSITION tab on our homepage to take you straight there. We will continue adding to this over the course of the summer term, so look out for all the exciting news and information to get you set for September!
We are pleased to say that plans are now in place to welcome year 10 back into school starting next Monday. This is so students will have some face to face contact with some teachers and their form teacher. There will be no formal lessons taught but plenty of opportunity to ask questions and receive help. Approximate timings will be 9-30 until 12-30 and students will be asked to arrive at slightly staggered times to support physical distancing.
Further details can be found in the Headteacher’s Newsletter and all students and parents have received email invitations..
Here is the schedule:
Monday 15th June 10M Wednesday 17th June 10A Friday 19th June 10R Monday 22nd June 10D Wednesday 24th June 10E Friday 26th June 10N
We’re really impressed by all the entries so far for our special ‘At Home’ edition of our annual summer term talent show, Marden’s Got Talent! In fact, so many of you have asked for an extra few days to perfect your Marden’s Got Talent auditions that we’ve decided to extend the deadline to next Friday (12 June 2020).
Please send your video submissions to email@example.com by 3pm next Friday. All talents from Year 7 – Year 11 welcome!
Thank you to all of the brilliant entries that we have already received. If you have any questions please email Miss Laing or Mrs Cathcart. In the meantime, here’s a little surprise for everyone that our staff have put together. Enjoy!