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Staff and students at Millthorpe School are celebrating the results of a recent Ofsted inspection which recognises the school as ‘Good’ across all areas. Following a two-day inspection in March, Millthorpe School, which is part of South Bank Multi Academy Trust, has been praised by inspectors for being an “inclusive community” where “pupils value difference...
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From Monday 29 April we will be making some small changes to the school day timings to cater for the Year 11 exams which require longer afternoon sessions. The new school day timings are as follows: 8.45-9.15am: Registration 9.15-10.15am: Period 1 10.15-11.15am: Period 2 11.15-11.30am: Break 11.30am-12.30pm: Period 3 12.30-1.15pm: Lunch 1.15-2.15pm: Period 4 2.15-3.15pm: Period 5 Once...
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Millthorpe School has been praised for its work on inclusion, becoming the first school in the city to receive the Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM). Following a lengthy process of self-evaluation, feedback and a formal two-day assessment visit from inspectors, Millthorpe has not only been awarded the IQM but has also been named as a ‘Centre...
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Today was World Book Day and we celebrated it in style at Millthorpe School! As you are aware, the previous week, we had a visit from award winning author Christina Gabbitas and this week, Mr Baybutt has led assemblies to Years 7-10 about World Book Day and the benefits of reading for pleasure. In form...
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County lines and knife crime were the topics of discussion at Millthorpe School this week as students and staff welcomed award-winning author Christina Gabbitas into school. Christina spent the day with students in Years 8, 9 and 10, delivering workshops in which she talked about her journey to becoming an author and her motivation to...
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In conjunction with City of York Council, the ADHD Foundation is offering a series of webinars for parents and carers. The sessions are live, online session that are 90-minutes in length and have been tailored for parents/carers of children in York schools. The topics covered include: Understanding and supporting sensory integration Understanding and supporting ADHD...
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At the end of the first half term of this academic year, in the early hours of the morning, forty-five Year 11 students and five members of staff set off on an unforgettable trip to Krakow, Poland. Unbelievably, all of the students (and parents – thank you!) were punctual and the coach departed for the...
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Members of the boys football team at Millthorpe School are now proudly sporting a new sports strip thanks to the generosity of a local businessman. York-based company, Modelmatic has generously sponsored the school’s new football kit after Director, Jon Irvine, saw a plea for help on the school’s weekly email. Modelmatic is a specialist online...
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Fionn O’Toole in Year 10 took to the course at the British Schools Orienteering Championships at Temple Newsam Park, Leeds last weekend and came away the proud owner of a bronze medal! The 2023 British Schools Orienteering championships saw the very best orienteers from Britain gather together and Finn knew he would have to dig...
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Thanks to everyone who came along to the Year 7 Parents Evening yesterday, it was lovely to see you all. It was even more lovely to get such glowing feedback – 94 of 95 parents surveyed (99%) said they would recommend Millthorpe to other parents. Makes us so very proud ♥️ ♥️ ♥️
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