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Welcome to our website. I hope you find it informative, entertaining and easy to navigate. If you have any comments on the website or would like to provide feedback or ask questions about any aspect of the school's work, please contact me directly via my email - rjw@maltonschool.org.

Malton School is a special place. The close support we have from the local community really feeds through into the family atmosphere in school where relationships between staff and students and amongst the student body are unusually strong.

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About Us

At Malton School we strive to enable children to develop their potential to the full and to grow into mature and confident young people who are prepared for the challenges, opportunities and responsibilities of adult life. To support this development Malton School offers a caring environment within which students can share in a wide range of academic, sporting, aesthetic, spiritual and social experiences.

Latest News

Aiming High

Brasenose College Schools’ Officer, Dr Joe Organ, travelled up to Malton School to give a presentation to Year 11 and Year 12 students setting their sights on Oxford and Cambridge. The hour long....

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Y7 Hockey District Champions

Year 7 Hockey  A Team are now Whitby Ryedale District champions. The tournament was held at Lady Lumleys on a lovely sunny day with the B team coming 4th in their league. The A team convincingly won t....

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Year 9 Rugby 7s district tournament winners

Our Y9′s won the District Rugby 7′s tournament on Tuesday, held at Malton Rugby Club. All players were outstanding in all games. Results were Beat Caedmon 13-0 Beat Graham 13-0 Beat Eskdal....

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Events

Year 7 Parents Evening

22-04-2015

Students will make appointments to see teachers

Post 16 Information Evening

29-04-2015

Details to follow

Year 11

26-06-2015

Prom

Open Day

30-06-2015

School is open for Year 5 students and parents to have a look round school on a normal working day. The Head will give a talk in the library and then students