The Year 10 Parents Evening Bookings are now available through our parent portal. The booking system will close at 12pm on 6th April 2017. Instructions on how to make these bookings are here, and a direct link to the Parent Portal is here.
If you are unable to log in, then your username may have changed to your email address through our last Parent Portal upgrade. If you find you can’t log in with your original username or your email address, please email email@example.com and we will assist you with logging on.
For those Year 10 parents and carers who weren’t able to make our recent Maths support evening, here are our handy revision guides to help support your child.
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Our Drama and Music departments have been working hard on this year’s showpiece performance, Bugsy Malone. There are two showings coming up, be sure to get your ticket…
We’d like to thank everyone who voted in the Young Mayor elections. The successful candidate was announced on Friday evening and we’re delighted to say that our Year 8 student Oscar Daniel has been elected the new Young Mayor of North Tyneside!
Well done Oscar!
We are collecting for Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers. If you have any please bring them to the LRC and place them in the box provided, and we can use any vouchers collected to purchase cooking equipment or sports equipment for the school. Click the image to find out more.
Another spectacular World Book Day event is coming soon. This year sees the 20th anniversary of World Book Day, and on Thursday 2nd March we will be participating in a number of activities…just 3 weeks to go!
An introductory message from our newly appointed Assistant Head, Mr. Anderson:
“I’m really proud to be joining Marden at such an exciting time. I began my career at Walbottle Campus, in the Outer West, where I took on the post of Pastoral Leader before then leading Inclusion until I left in 2013.
I joined Churchill Community College as Leader of Additional Education Needs, before becoming an Associate Assistant Headteacher.
When the opportunity to join Marden as Assistant Head arose, I knew it was an opportunity to help make Marden a world class school, with an etiquette for success that we and the community can all be proud of. As a father of two, I feel kindness, hard work, grit, determination and resilience are all attributes we as adults should hope to instil into the next generation.
As Assistant Headteacher, with a responsibility for Personal Development and Wellbeing, I aim to do this, in collaboration with all parents, carers, and other members of the community, to ensure our students can work with us to ensure Marden High School is an outstanding school and a beacon of good practice in North Tyneside.”
For the attention of all Year 9 students, parents and carers; please read this letter regarding our upcoming Year 9 Options Evening this Thursday. Thank you.
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