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Everyone knows about the benefits of gardening and being outdoors, so when an under-used site became available here at Millthorpe, Applefields jumped at the chance of taking it on. The group of Applefields students who attend the Satellite Provision (Millthorpe Site) have taken to the project with great enthusiasm. The students benefit from attending mainstream inclusion lessons...
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We are delighted to report that our Year 11 student Henry Marshall was crowned as Yorkshire Champion following a recent boxing event. His coach reported Henry was successful in winning The Yorkshire Junior Challenge Belt at 54kg by unanimous decision against the MTK gold medallist, and Yorkshire Squad representative, on his own home show in Halifax....
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The Millthorpe community has watched the events unfolding in Ukraine in sadness and concern. We are proud of our longstanding tradition of supporting other communities, near and far, who need extra help. Many people were keen to support refugees and citizens who remain in their homes in Ukraine. Mrs Featherstone, who has connections to charities...
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Many of you, especially those of you in Year 11, will be aware of Frances’ achievements in athletics and cross country. Recently, Frances ran 3.7k in the Intermediate Girls (Y10&11) North Yorkshire Schools Cross Country.  She finished in 8th place, with a time of 15:26, to qualify for the County Team in the Northern Counties competition...
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Ex-Millthorpian, Hannah Langford, who is now in Year 12 at York College, has been selected for the AoC Sport England Colleges women’s football team. Hannah is one of just 24 to be selected from an initial pool of 400 players nominated from nearly 100 organisations across the country. You can see the squad and find out...
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A new initiative called Millthorpe Allies has launched at school this term. The scheme, which is the brainchild of Miss Richards, encourages staff to be a visible ally for students who either identify as LGBTQIA+, who feel they need support with LGBTQIA+ issues or simply need someone to talk to. By choosing to wear a...
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The South Bank Multi Academy Trust has announced the appointment of a new CEO – after a national recruitment campaign. The Trust revealed that Mark Hassack will take over the CEO role. He will be joining the trust from Outwood Grange Academies Trust, where he currently leads one of their three regions as regional executive...
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Some of our students have taken part in a biodiversity challenge, which involved creating natural habitats for insects at the Vangarde Shopping Centre. Our very own art technician, John Fletcher, used business link connections with Vangarde Shopping Park and their Site Management Team to work with the school on an ecological project creating the habitats....
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Anya and Daisy in Year 9 ran the Endurancelife Northumberland 10k recently to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association. This is what they had to say: “This is a charity for those who suffer or are affected by MND. We did this because one of our close family friends has recently been diagnosed with...
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