Here is a great self help resource from Anna Freud to be used specifically over the summer, containing some useful strategies to improve your physical, emotional and social wellbeing.
Please see below a letter from Arriva Travel. This scheme is a direct debit scheme which can be stopped or started at any time and can save families up to 25% per year against the cost of a standard ticket. The process is a simple one, simply follow the link on the letter and it contains all the relevant information to go ahead and sign up.
This half term the English Department are running an exciting Reading Competition that could win you your dream reading list for this summer!
Please submit all entries to Miss Laing by Monday 2nd July 2018.
Stuck for your next reading book? There are carefully curated reading lists for all year groups on the walls of the LRC and English corridor, as well as additional reading suggestions for individual subject areas. Look out for the ‘Marden Reads’ posters around school!
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!
Mrs. Potter is holding a Valentine’s Day Poetry Competition, open to all year groups. Please email her your submissions no later than Monday 5 February and winners will receive a Valentine’s themed prize.
The LRC will host a half price book fair between the 27th of November and the 3rd of December.
£684.47 was raised for our recent GENES FOR JEANS day at Marden High School.
Well done everyone and thanks for your contributions.
Tuesday 24th March 7pm
£3 for adults £1.50 for concessions (OAPs/children)
A selection of fine music from Marden High School. Anyone is welcome to come and watch.
Tickets are available now from the Finance Office. Price of ticket includes refreshments. Concert expected to last until approximately 8:45pm. Proceeds of ticket sales will go to resources and future musical productions.
During October, Marden students took part in the Young Persons Question Time event, and the council have now released their final report on the tremendous success of the event. Read all about it here!
Thank you to the schools for their participation, and to the panel for answering the young peoples questions!