Today was Mr Thompson’s last day at Marsden. He’ll be a big miss and we’d like to thank him for all of his hard work.
A fantastic time had by all.
Here are the songs that Key Stage 2 need to practise.
I’m already looking forward to watching this production!
Marsden’s Young Engineers have started their work this year by dismantling last year’s car- and what a keen lot we have too!
This week some of last year’s group with our current team visited the ‘Bring it On’ Science and engineering event at the newly opened Beacon of Light School in Sunderland.
We gathered together today to celebrate all of our children at Marsden and to present some special awards. Below are those children who were selected for their Positive Behaviour, Progress or Pride and Presentation.
Everyone at Marsden are so proud of them:
Pride and Presentation:
Nursery: Ellie and Poppy
Year One: Jayden
Year Two: Ethan
Year Three: Harry
Year Four: Harvey
Year Five: Alistair
Year Six: Charlie
Nursery: Tom and Eleanor
Year One: Dakota
Year Two: Grace
Year Three: Tamzin
Year Four: Amelia
Year Five: Georgie
Year Six: Poppy
Nursery: Harriet, Sonny and Rhys
Year One: James
Year Two: Jace
Year Three Cole
Yea Four: Aiden
Year Five: Alania
Year Six: Phoebe
PC Wilkinson joined us to present the Citizenship award.
The nominees were:
Year One: Connie
Year Two: Jace
Year Three Maisie-Rae
Yea Four: Lyra
Year Five: Lucie
Year Six: Faith
Lucie was chosen as the winner as she has raised over £400 for charity by cutting her hair to donate to children undergoing cancer treatments. Well done!
We also celebrated the special talents of our engineering team, footballers, bikeability and the wonderful attendance from our whole school this year.
On Thursday 12th and Friday 13th July, the Year Six children attended their new secondary school to see what life there would be like in the next academic year.
Meanwhile, back at Marsden School, each class moved up for a taster of their new class. A lot of nervous and excited children came into school on Thursday morning but fears and worries were soon put at rest when they entered their future classrooms.
Year five talked about their successes of the past year and their hopes for the future; then they wrote a letter to Mrs Watson who will be their new teacher in Year Six.
Here they are hard at work composing the letter and trying to make a good impression. We are confident that they will do very well in the coming year.
The Key Stage Two dance group performed at the South Tyneside Dance Festival tonight and there can only be one word to describe them, Wow!
As always they behaved impeccably and made us so proud, well done!