'With Jesus, we learn as a joyful family and flourish to be the best that we can be'
Mrs Hackett, Miss Vahed and Mrs Kerfoot
Blessed William Marsden
Blessed William Marsden gave his life heroically on the Isle of Wight in 1586, after being shipwrecked there due to a thunderstorm at sea. He was heard praying and as a result, arrested for treason. He became a martyr after spending time in prison and his execution warned others that it was treason to become a priest on the Isle of Wight, encouraging them to travel to England thereafter.
Please remember that the school day will run from 9am until 3.05pm for children in the Lower Key Stage 2 'bubble' (Years 3 and 4). Doors will be opened ready so that the children can make their own way straight into the classroom and avoid waiting on the playground.
Important information relating to Marsden Class (including our welcome leaflet) can be found by clicking on the 'Information for Parents/Carers' icon below and weekly homework tasks can be accessed by clicking on the 'Home Learning/Weekly Tasks' icon below.
Who is behind the Mask?
Join in with our World Book Day Challenge!
World Book Day this year falls on the 4th March.
We would like to celebrate this by having a Masked Reader event. To take part you need to wear a mask – this could be one you have, or one you make, and either taking a photograph of yourself holding a book, or a short video clip of you reading the blurb of the book, or describing the book.
If you send these to me through Purple Mash 2Email, I'll add them to the link below. Have a look and see if you can guess who the Masked Reader from Marsden Class is!