Joseph tickets go on sale

Tickets for this year’s school production, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, go on sale this week. Tickets are available from Thursday, March 2nd.
They are priced at £7 for adults, £5 for students and £20 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). These will be available from West Wing reception.
The production starts with a matinee on Monday, March 27th followed by three evening performances on March 29th, 30th and 31st March at 7pm.
The poster for the show was […]

Medals and Muskets

Students in the Beyond A Level History PDA session got their hands on medals and muskets from the Battle of Waterloo.
Paul Brunyee, from the Waterloo Association, came in to talk to the students and to give a talk about the Yorkshire connections to the famous battle.

Lindsay Cassedy said: “Paul has been into school before to help the students with a 200th anniversary BBC project on the Battle of Waterloo. The students all really enjoy it when he brings in […]

Future Paths

Students and parents had the chance to explore career, further education and apprenticeship avenues at an event hosted by Malton School this week.
More than 35 local employers ranging from the Army through to Travel and Tourism had stands at the careers’ event in the West Wing Hall.
Students were able to wander round the event in their year groups to find out what skills, qualifications and training are required by local employers. They found it helpful in deciding on courses […]

Houses battle it out on the pitch

School house matches have been taking place across all year groups in different sports.
In the Year 10 girls’ football matches Fire came 1st, Earth came 2nd, Water came 3rd and Air came 4th. (photo above)
In the Year 10 netball matches, Water came 1st, Fire came 2nd, Earth came 3rd and Air came 4th.

The year 9 completed theirs slightly earlier than the other groups as their curriculum content is a little different.
The results for the Year 9 netball were 1st Earth, […]

Expedition Preparations

Our Duke of Edinburgh’s Award students have been taking part in a range of volunteering, physical and skill-based activities.

From helping out in local libraries to supporting in student leadership roles our students are fully engaged in a range of different opportunities.
A total of 34 students from the group have achieved their Qualsafe Level 2 First Aid at Work qualification as part of their skill section.
Students developed the skills and knowledge needed to deal with a range of emergency first […]

Microbiologists present at Cafe Scientifique

Our Microbiology students were offered the opportunity to present their experimental findings at a Cafe Scientifique event at the City Screen basement in York last night.
Year 10 students Isabel Donaldson, Harriet Podmore, Rowan Lyall and Year 9 student Joseph Banks presented their research into Roman eye medicine.

Students from Ripon Grammar, Boroughbridge High School and Fulford School also presented the research they had been doing in microbiology.

The audience was made up of members of the public who were given the […]

Go Girls’ Football

We wish our U14 Girls’ Football Team all the best in their semi-final English Schools’ FA National Cup match next week.
The U14 team made it through to the quarter-final stage last week after a 2-1 victory over Durham Johnson school from Bishop Auckland.
They will travel to Harrogate next week to face Rossett School in the National Cup semi-final.
On Thursday, January 25th, they travel to Harrogate to face St. John Fisher School at Harrogate Town FC in the semi-final of the […]

National level for boys’ football team

Well done to our Year 8 boys’ football team who have done fantastically well by playing at national level.
Unfortunately, the boys just missed out in the last 16 of the national competition game at Benfield School in Newcastle with a very close 5-4 result.
They have done so well in both the national and county cups. We wish them well in their next county cup game.

Experimenting in the Lab

A group of our Microbiology students visited York University this week as part of their project researching Roman Eye Medicine.

Malton School is part of a group of schools who are studying microbiology. The visit to York University meant the students were able to carry out high level techniques and practical experiments in a category 2 laboratory.
Science teacher Nicky-Jo Cooper said: “We had a fantastic trip to the labs at York University. The students loved every minute of it. They […]

A Taste of Sixth Form life

Two taster days took place this week giving students in Year 11 a chance to sample life in Malton School Sixth Form.
More than 130 students came along to the Sixth Form Experience days which were set up to help students make choices after they have completed their GCSEs this summer.
The students came from Malton School and nearby Ryedale School along with a few students from other local schools.
Students had selected a series of lessons beforehand and over the course […]