Here is a poster of what activities there are available to do at lunchtime in school. For more information please ask the teacher running the activity.
Do you have any unwanted Christmas gifts? Our Parent-Teacher Association is making an appeal for any suitable donations that someone else could make use of, and would make great prizes for future raffles or tombolas. These could be unwanted chocolates, drinks, toys or other unused gifts.
Please bring any donations to the school’s reception or LRC and students will be rewarded with 10 house points. Thank you!
Thank you to all students and staff who contributed to our food bank appeal this Christmas, and also those who donated food and other items to Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter.
Four students delivered boxes and boxes of food tins and packages to one of The Bay Foodbank‘s drop-off locations this morning. A marvellous donation by our generous school community at this time of year.
On the last day of term, Friday 21 December, there will be an early finish. After lunch, everybody, apart from Year 11, will go down to St George’s Church for our school carol
service, following which students will be dismissed from the church at approximately 2.15pm.
Year 11 will be dismissed from school at 12.30pm, but are welcome to stay for lunch if
On behalf of our Parent-Teacher Association, thank you to everyone who took part in our Grand Autumn Raffle, of which the draw took place at our Halloween themed quiz night before half term. The full list of winners is published below.
Our next PTA meeting will take place on Monday 3rd December – new members are always welcome!
“Our attendance was 97% in the first half term, let’s keep this up until Christmas!”
A reminder that our Halloween themed PTA quiz night is next week, on Thursday 25 October!
Also, our grand Autumn raffle will be drawn on the night, so there’s still time to buy raffle tickets.
Each October Show Racism The Red Card holds its annual WEAR RED DAY, a national day of action which encourages schools, businesses and individuals to wear red to highlight an ongoing campaign to work with more young people and adults across the UK to challenge racism in society.
All last week, School of Sanctuary students at Marden delivered assemblies preparing students by raising problems of racism and discrimination, and students have been learning more in specially planned PD lessons.
We are taking part this Friday 12th October, encouraging students to wear red for a £1 donation. Click the image for more information on the campaign!