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Marden High School


Marden High School is located on Hartington Road in Cullercoats. The school has about 850 pupils aged 11 to 16.[1] The current school building was constructed from 2015 to 2016 as part of the Priority Schools Building Programme. The old building on the site was demolished and replaced with a car park and playing field. North Tyneside City Learning Centre (CLC), an IT training suite, is situated in the grounds of the school and was opened on the 15th of July 2003.

Marden High School is a coeducational secondary school located in Cullercoats, Tyne and Wear, England. The Marden City Learning Centre has been situated on the grounds in front of the school since it was opened on 15 July 2003.

In 2015 the school began building a new school building through the Priority Schools Building Programme. This was completed in 2016. The older building was demolished and replaced with a car park and field. This work was fully completed in 2017.

Notable former pupils

  • David Bradley - award-winning science journalist and author of the book Deceived Wisdom
  • Andrew Dunn - stage, film and television actor
  • Andy Ogle - professional Mixed Martial Artist, Featherweight for the UFC
  • Andy Taylor - guitarist with Duran Duran
  • Carol Malia - BBC Look North flagship presenter
  • Chloe Ferry - Geordie Shore
  • Marion Fawkes - Former world, European and EU race walking champion. Former world record holder for 3k,5k, & 10k race walks.
  • Gareth Wakenshaw - Winner of the just generally a good guy award, also a pure lethal footballer who used to strike fear into the hearts of all of the under 12 teams he used to play against. Former world record holder for 2.9k,4.9k, & 9.9k race walks.
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School URN: 108627
Wikipedia: Marden High School
Post code: NE30 3RZ
Borough: North Tyneside
Grid ref: NZ3582870370

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