Author - Janet Burrows

Barnum – The Greatest Showman

Having played to a full house each night, the curtains finally closed last night on Malton School’s production of Barnum.
After months of rehearsals, the cast and crew of over 80 students wowed audiences not only with their acting and singing skills, but with their circus skills too.
Jon Lee, drama teacher, said, “We have aimed really high with this year’s show and the students have worked so hard to meet the exacting standards of this classical musical.  The show has […]

Going Places

Harry Wardle’s passion and talent for cycling is taking him places – quite literally.  Two wheels are by far his preferred method of transport – be that a road bike or mountain bike – and he’s taken part in competitions in venues as diverse as the velodrome with its aerodynamics and pristine track to the muddier cyclocross where he often has to carry his bike.
His current favourite at the moment is cyclocross, a sport which is really popular in […]

Malton School Rocks!

For the second year running, Malton School’s Rock Challenge Team have won the York and North Yorkshire Open Heats held at the York Barbican on 25 March – and are now through to the Northern Heats on 28 June.
Rock Challenge is a global event run by the Be Your Best Foundation.  The event aims to encourage young people to lead healthy lifestyles and be their best without the need for tobacco, alcohol or other drugs.  Teams have to create […]

Operating Theatre Live comes to Malton School

Operating Theatre Live is bringing its human interactive dissection show to Malton School on 13 July.  Aimed at pupils aged 14-19 who might be considering a career in medicine, anatomy, pathology or veterinary science, this unique opportunity will enable students to take on the role of a trauma doctor bringing the systems of the human body alive through dissections.  This incredible, immersive operating theatre experience will give participants the opportunity to dissect real specimens led by human anatomist Samuel […]

Malton School Entertains

On Saturday, 2 March from 7pm, the Milton Rooms in Malton will be filled with the sound of music in a concert organised by Malton Town Council in aid of the Mayor’s charities, and featuring Malton School orchestra and choir, as well as local group Charity Brass.
Malton School’s music teacher, Mr Peter Woodrow, has drawn together a massed choir and orchestra of pupils not only from Malton School, but also primary school children from Amotherby, Leavening, Rillington, Weaverthorpe and […]

Making a Difference

Our Year 10 students are currently being encouraged to “Be the change they want to see” through their participation in the Archbishop of York Youth Trust Young Leaders Award.  One of the challenges they are set in order to gain the Award is to make a difference by serving in the community.
Following a talk by a representative from Ryedale Food Bank, the year 10 students decided to do just that.  They were inspired by the story of one young […]