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    March 16, 2019
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Future-focused learning at Marsden pportunities to reach for greatness' through extended ersonalised project-based of their choice, students responded to e world beyond school and explicitly the question: Are we there yet? The energy and ingenuity the girls brought to developing essential 21st century skills Marsden students are enjoying learning this year To learn more about the future-focused learning, abound at Marsden. Students their work made for inspiring projects. building on this attitude and approach to are engaged as thinkers, creators, collaborators and problem solvers These are the skills identified as necessary for young people to thrive in their world and the 21st century workplace, A willingness to experiment, painting, poetry and performance, they to make mistakes, to learn, unlearn and relearn are strengths. Through its partnership with 21C Skills Lab Marsden has developed a particular Some expressed themselves in ways they were familiar with, while others were experimental. From game design to clothes design, from cake decorating programmes and the opportunity for your child to experience it as part of Marsden's learning community attend the 20 March Open Day, or contact 476 8708 for a conversation, to book a personal tour or time in class. Marsden mposition demonstrated wonderfully creative ways of exploring issues around the empowerment of women Having the time, space and focus on key skills, such as tenacity and permission to draw on personal talents, grit, organisation, teamwork, curiosity push boundaries, solve problems and ask School has been providing quality independent educati questions is a profound and memorable yars. The Karori campus provides education for girls Years 1-13 and has a A highlight last year was Marsden's Creativity Challenge, where suffrage celebrations provided the theme for full-on creativity. Working in a medim making meaningful contributions in way of learning. Project-based learning at all year levels has seen some co-ed Preschool. The Whitby campus remarkable innovation, with students ides Years7-13 co-ed education. Marsden's Creativity Challenge encouraged students to work in the medum of their choice