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Malton School Equestrian Team Make it to the NSEA Championships

Malton School has a strong and growing equestrian team which take part in competitions run by the National Schools Equestrian Association.  Many of the qualifying competitions take part at Northallerton Equestrian Centre.  However, having progressed through a qualifying competition, two of our teams travelled to Addington Manor Equestrian Centre near...

Week 6 Sporting Action

Here’s the latest roundup of action from our sporting teams over the last week. Football The U16 girls’ football team were in action in the County Cup. They travelled to York to play Bootham School and secured a comfortable 2-0 win. Special mention to Lottie who set up both goals, and to...

Week 5 Sporting Round Up

As we end the 5th week of the Autumn term, there are a number of sporting stories to bring you, with some notable successes for our teams and some impressive wins. Boys’ Football The footballing season has begun in earnest for our teams with nearly every year group having been involved in...

Disappointed but Still Hopeful after Funding Bid Fails

Following yesterday’s vote by NYC not to ratify RDC’s decision to award CIL funding to local Ryedale projects we are understandably disappointed and somewhat frustrated.  However, despite this setback, and given our track record over more than 10 years, it is still our hope and aspiration to bring the health,...

Debating & Public Speaking Teams Reach the National Final of Three Separate Competitions

Students from Malton School have won through to the national finals of three separate and prestigious debating competitions to be held over the next three weeks. This coming weekend Iona Spence and Laura Mackay travel to Oxford for the Oxford Union Schools’ Debating Competition finals. This is the largest schools’ debating...

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...

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