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From Maltonian to Musicologist

We had another former student visit us last term, but this time in a completely different capacity.  Dr Matt Lawson, a Senior Lecturer in Music at Oxford Brookes University, revisited his alma mater to give a lecture to GCSE and A level students on music in films. Film scores, and...

Former Pupil Visits 80 Years after Leaving

We were delighted to welcome back Dr Gordon Walsh after almost 80 years.  Dr Walsh visited in March with his two daughters and had a tour of the East Wing, formerly Malton Grammar School, which he attended from 1936 to 1942.  Whilst there have been many additions and changes to...

Drop Everything and Read

World Book Day, quite literally a day marked in over 100 countries world-wide, started in April 1995, and was first celebrated in the UK in 1997.  Created by UNESCO its aim is to be a celebration of books and reading and to encourage young people to discover a love of...

Honours for Head Boy and Girl?

Did you attend Malton School (or have parents or grandparents who did)?  Then you may be able to help us with a project we are currently working on.  Rob Williams, Headteacher, and Steve Fearnley, former Deputy Head are aiming to create a complete history of both Head Boy and Head...

Malton Named as Apple Distinguished School

Nine years after launching our iPad scheme, and with five years of running the 1:1 scheme throughout all year groups, we've been recognised as an Apple Distinguished School for the next 3 years, 2021-2024.  The recognition comes for the way the School has used iPad devices to innovate teaching and...

MATHS TEAM RIDING HIGH

It has been an incredible term for Malton School, but especially for the Maths Faculty. At an online ceremony at the end of June, the Maths Department was crowned Maths Team of the Year in the TES Schools Awards. These national awards recognise the best individuals and institutions that...

GREAT END TO YEAR FOR NEW TEACHER OF THE YEAR

Selected from thousands of nominations, Sam Craggs has been honoured as one of 102 Pearson National Teaching Silver Award winners across the country. Just before the end of term, in a surprise outdoor celebration in School, Sam was presented with a Silver Award by Headteacher Rob Williams, who won Secondary...

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...