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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The School will once again be hosting its annual taster days for year 11 students on Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 January. The days will give any prospective student the opportunity to:
* Experience a wide range of sample lessons
* Meet the Head and Sixth Form Team
* Learn how Malton School can help students achieve personal success post 16.
The days will run from 8.45am to 3.15pm and follow as closely as possible, the school timetable. Students will also have the […]
My name is Jess Farrow, I am 13 and my hobby is AUTOGRASS Racing. I race a Junior Saloon with both boys and girls and am a member of the York Autograss Club Y171. Last year was my first season and I achieved 2nd in my overall club points. This year I have entered into British Autograss Series (BAS) which has 5 Rounds to it, and will see me travel up and down the country to compete. So far […]
Huge congratulations to Izzy Matique (Y10) who has been selected for the second year to represent North Yorkshire at the English Schools National Championships at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham in July. Her clearance of 1.66m is also a great PB for her too. Good luck in your next competition and well done.
Alex Hutchinson has won the final of the Food Festival competition from 80 students across Year 9 at Malton School. The brief was to start with a basic Scotch egg recipe and come up with a unique creation. There were several heats in school before twelve students went to Malton Cookery School for the semi-final, and then six students competed in the final, which was held during the Food Festival itself. Alex prepared a traditional savoury scotch egg which […]
Our senior librarians; Matty, Zoe, Rowan, Monique, Beccy, Beth and Izzy all volunteer to organise and run the school library and support students using this facility. Matty was the first student to volunteer in this role, and has since built the team up to further their goal of maintaining the library space and supporting students.
The tasks our senior librarians undertake vary; some are focussed on the upkeep of the library itself: organising books, maintaining the careers information, keeping records and […]
The Year 9 Boys were crowned district football champions with a 2-0 win over a strong Eskdale side. Malton edged the early exchanges despite the absence of Ethan Oakes through injury. Opportunities were limited, thanks to strong defending from both sides. Josh Mann, in particular, impressed for Malton at the back.
After a series of chances created by the hold up play of Callum Moston, it was Malton who took a deserved lead through Will Hartley’s calm finish. The strong […]
Last term 80 students from Years 9, 10 and 11 sat the UKMT Intermediate Maths Challenge. This Maths Challenge is an opportunity for our strongest Mathematicians to test themselves against other students around the country and consists of 25 problem solving Maths questions.
Our students performed fantastically well with several achieving Bronze and Silver awards. The greatest success stories belonged to Alex Hatton (Y11) and Evan Smurthwaite (Y9) who both achieved Gold awards (top 6% of scores) with Alex’s score putting […]