Open Day – Tuesday 4th July – 9.30am – 3.00pm

Prospective parents and students are invited to our open day event to see us in operation on a normal school day. Tours will operate between 9.30am and 3.00pm and the Headteacher will give a short presentation at 10.00am and again at 2.00pm. We feel there are many good reasons to choose Malton School, please visit us and discover them for yourself.
Open Day Invitation

Reading Time

Our Year 13 senior librarians have worked hard to make improvements in the library.
As well as sorting out the library books; replacing posters and generally tidying up the space; they have put forward a number of suggestions.
Some of their ideas include:

There will be a sixth form presence Monday 1pm-1:30pm and Thursday 1pm to 1:30pm (with more senior librarians, the library should be open most days)
All displays will be renewed with either new art work, photography, photos
All areas to be […]

Election Fever – Meet our new KS4 Leaders

In the same week that the nation went to the polling booths for the general election students at Malton School were casting their own votes.
The students were voting for the next head boy and head girl team and their deputies. The new KS4 leaders are Head Boy Thomas Williamson from Barton Le Street, Head Girl Megan Clibbens from Filey, Deputy Head Boy Isaac Rice from Malton and Deputy Head Girl Lucy Godrich from Great Barugh.
The team were all voted […]

Cookery Queen judges student bake-off

Well done to budding chef Jack Robinson in Year 9 who scooped the winning title at the bake-off final at the Malton Food Festival.
The competition took place at Malton Cookery School where students had to adapt a traditional recipe for a Suet Roll. They were judged by cookery queen Prue Leith who takes over from Mary Berry as the new Great British Bake Off judge on the Channel 4 show.

The competition was open to students in Year 9 and was […]

Cosmetic Science Award Winners

Well done to science students Isabel Donaldson, Harriet Podmore, Year 11 and Phoebe Nicholson, Year 9, who reached the finals of the Institute for Cosmetic Science (IFCS) annual chemistry competition.

The students investigated developing a range of space-themed bath bombs during their Microbiology PDA session.

Isabel said: “We had to research all the chemicals we were using to make sure they were safe then we created eight bath bombs including the Sun.
We had to drop them into water to see how […]

Student Festival Bake-Off

Six Year 9 students from Malton School are taking part in a bake-off final at the Malton Food Festival this weekend.
The competition takes place at Malton Cookery School where students will have to adapt a traditional recipe for a Suet Roll.
The students in the final are India hall, Rosie Smith, Phoebe Nicholson, Jaden Jefferson, Jack Robinson and Lily Thompson.
The recipe is taken from a new book, Malton Goes to Market, a collection of old-fashioned, local recipes which is being […]

Remembering the Wars

At the end of April a group of Year 10 students and members of staff visited the Battlefields in Northern France continuing the centenary commemorations with a focus on the events of 1917.
Students were encouraged to research their own family history to see if they had any relatives who died in the war. Wherever possible an effort was made to locate the cemetery or memorial where they were commemorated.

The student work folder also contained research on 500 local people […]

Duke’s Award Expedition Success

Students from Malton School recently completed their first practice expeditions in the North Yorkshire Moors. With such a large cohort of students these were split into two groups.

Each group started on their expeditions on a Thursday from the villages and towns surrounding the North Yorkshire Moors.  Starting locations ranged from Ingleby Greenhow to Great Ayton and on to Guisborough.
The students were practising for their Bronze Award expeditions later in the year and walked to their campsite in Commondale. Raven […]

High Jump Champions

Congratulations to our new District junior boy, junior girl and intermediate boy high jump champions!
Year 11 student George Austin Thompson won the Intermediate Boys, Year 9 student Elliot Kettlestring won Junior Boys and Year 9 student Isabel Matique won Junior Girls.
All cleared a massive 1:55m. This was a great personal best for Elliott as his previous best was 1:50m and a great personal best too for Isabel who had a previous best of 1:54m.

Cheering on the Tour

Year 7 and 8 students turned out in support of the Tour de Yorkshire on Friday.


Students gathered along Broughton Road near the Sports Centre with artwork they had produced in art lessons of the cyclists.
The Year 7 students also waved their decorative M-A-L-T-O-N S-C-H-O-O-L banner.

The tour had started at Bridlington and was on its way to Scarborough on the first day of the race.
At the end of the afternoon students spent time designing their own cycling jersey as part […]