Yearly Archives - 2021

Spring Sporting Success

With the return to face-to-face teaching for all students in March, we had just enough time before the end of the term to complete all the girls house matches in Years 7-11.  With every female student playing at least one match there were some hard-fought games and some very tight wins.
Carlisle almost managed a clean sweep, taking 1st place in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10.  However, the Year 11 results could not have been more different, with Carlisle […]

The Art of a Good Speech

Many extra-curricular school activities have, unfortunately, ceased over the last year.  However, one of the few that has gone ahead has seen two of our teams achieve great success – our Debating and Public Speaking Teams.  Both teams, consisting of Year 11 students, have made excellent progress against some very stiff opposition.
The Debating Team have made it to the National Semi-Finals, and the Public Speaking Team made it to the Regional Finals.  We are very proud of all the […]

Building Solid Foundations

Mr Williams often speaks of the importance of building the educational and character foundations that help students secure future career success when they leave school.
Over the last few weeks, Malton School has been digging some physical foundations to help it build on its success moving forward.  Work started on 8th February to build 4 new multi-purpose classrooms.
The new classrooms, which will be built between the two wings of the School – the former Grammar School (now the East Wing) […]

10 Year Anniversary for Community Sports Centre

This Sunday (28 February) will mark 10 years since the Malton Community Sports Centre was officially opened by then Archbishop John Sentamu. In those 10 years it has seen over 50 different sports teams use the site as their base for training and matches, an average of 1,500 visitors pass through the door per week and organisations such as the NHS Blood Service utilising the facilities on a regular basis.
The Centre hosts a number of community initiatives including Mini […]

Supporting Everyone in Difficult Times

The new year and the new term may not have started in the way we would all have hoped. But just as there are signs of hope in nature – the first snowdrops have already been spotted – so there are signs that as we journey through 2021 it will bring renewed hope with it.  Whilst we wait for better news, we are supporting members of our community – be they staff or students – in a variety of […]