Visitors have been remarking on and the girls are enjoying our vibrant Visible Wellbeing Wall which currently has 'You grow through what you go through' displayed. Created by staff and students the raindrops represent things that didn't go quite right, and the flowers, which need water to flourish, are our successes. Take a look next time you're visiting. (09/07/2020)
Farewell Liz Woolley
Today we said a fond farewell to Primary teacher Liz Woolley who is hanging up her teaching hat after 15 years at Marsden. Thank you Liz for your dedication, friendship, excellent teaching abilities across Years 4-6, your superb organisational skills, and wonderful support of staff and students. We will miss you! (03/07/2020)
MOG invited to Motion Picture Academy
A big shout out to MOG Thomasin McKenzie who has been invited to join The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. This means she can vote in the Oscars! Pushing for greater inclusivity, the 819 invitees this year represent 45% women & 36% under-represented ethnic/racial backgrounds from 68 countries. Candidates are sponsored and must have "demonstrated exceptional achievement in the field of theatrical motion pictures" before being submitted to the Board of Governors for final approval and invitation to membership. Tom's notable film roles include "JoJo Rabbit" and "Leave No Trace" congratulations! (03/07/2020)
This week it has been all about 'Team Preschool' as our youngest students focused on the character strength of Teamwork. Their biggest achievement was running the cross country in awful conditions, they were so proud of themselves and each other as no one gave up, reaching the finish line and splashing through puddles along the way. They've also completed some fun team projects, the Matariki poster, team Jiggle Jam and team-baked a cake to celebrate Teacher Aide, Philippa Gordan's one year anniversary at Preschool. Ka pai! See more images in the Preschool media gallery. (02/07/2020)
Today the Marsden community mourns the passing of our dear friend, colleague and much-loved teacher, Callie Ballara. Throughout her 12 year career at Marsden Callie positively impacted the lives of so many of our girls and their families, and formed treasured friendships with staff members. She will be remembered with love for her outstanding skills as an educator, her sense of fun, her care for her students and colleagues, and her wonderful smile. (24/06/2020)
Our 2020 Term 1 and Term 2 news has been moved to the news archive under resource links on this page.