After last week’s snow days, we are back on track with the workers of the week who produced some stunning work before we were interrupted by the weather. Congratulations everyone!
Congratulations to everyone who entered Mrs Potter’s Valentine’s Day Poetry Competition. There was some great poetry from a variety of students across different year groups.
Thanks to all students who made cards in the LRC this week in support of Cullercoats Library.
All North Tyneside Libraries are facing cuts and closures due to council cuts and Marden High students have been showing their appreciation of books and reading by sending handmade cards to the library with messages inside of why they love to read.
Miss Seal took a total of 76 cards away with her on Friday and they are currently on display in Brown’s Salthouse in Cullercoats.
They will eventually be displayed either in the library or other local businesses so keep your eyes peeled!
Congratulations to all pupils who entered the Christmas poetry competition; the work was of a very high standard.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Year 7 Historians have been developing their Historical Skills through work on the Suffragettes. They’ve been exploring bias and propaganda – especially the difference between the tactics of the Suffragettes (academic, logical arguments) and the anti-suffrage movement (bias, suggestion and emotive language).
Congratulations to Evey, Lucy, Natalia and Jess who won their respective age categories in a recent National Poetry Day competition, in which ‘Freedom’ was the subject.