At The Malling School, you entrust your child to us not only to receive an exceptional education, but to grow into a caring, determined and reflective adult who achieves their ambitions and makes valuable contributions to society.
Hidden Heroes At The Malling School we are aware that there are many Hidden Heroes who must be recognised within our school community. Staff have been asked to nominate students, who in their eyes, are Hidden Heroes; those who sometimes might not receive the recognition they deserve for their constant hard work and effort. Many of our understated, more humble students have been nominated for their contribution to their tutor groups, specific subject areas, to the wellbeing of The Malling School community or demonstrating The Malling School Way. This year we had just over 50 student nominations, which is an all-time record. We would like to say a huge well done to all of the nominees who will have received their certificates in the post. Mrs Cable
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It is with huge pride that The Malling School can announce that it has been awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark Inclusive School Award! Not only that, we have been recommended as a Centre of Excellence! Congratulations to Mrs Cable and TMS staff who have worked tirelessly to attain this accreditation and to be recognised in this way!
We have an exciting opportunity for an ICT apprentice at The Malling School. Click the link for more details. https://www.kent-teach.com/Recruitment/Vacancy/VacancyDetails.aspx?VacancyId=114664&fbclid=IwAR3IIYv5VGTJKw4jpFM8OYtMe9KwZ8hZ6X5SjfoRzCNpZLthugSbnZ6Zshk
Paris or Madrid? We have a few places still available on both of these school trips. If your child is interested in booking a place or to find out more, please contact email@example.com
6th Form Campaign Well done to our amazing 6th Form students who recently led a successful school-wide campaign to collect donations of underwear for girls and women in rural villages in Malawi where these items are scarce and expensive. Their efforts followed a presentation in May 2022 from SALUT-Malawi, a Tonbridge based charity that works to reduce period poverty and sexual violence in poor rural villages across Malawi. The presentation showed our 6th Form students how having underwear protects women and girls from sexual violence and how access to hygiene products removes a significant barrier to girls' education. Having been made aware of the link between period poverty, sexual violence and female illiteracy, the students were inspired to begin their own fundraising campaign. Their contributions to this initiative have now been packed by the SALUT-Malawi team and are due to set off for Malawi in June 2023. A fantastic effort from everyone involved in this project!
Could you help with our lake? https://www.themallingschool.kent.sch.uk/page/?title=Our+Lake+Project&pid=197
Sea Cadets Over the weekend some of our dedicated cadets took part in various activities staying on board HMS Cavalier. In what were very chilly conditions, they learnt about Naval History, Seamanship and Drill, Basic Meteorology and a great deal of other useful things, including keeping warm! All cadets demonstrated great enthusiasm and attitude throughout. If your child is interested in learning more about becoming a SEA Cadet please emails Mr Hammell firstname.lastname@example.org
Introducing our year 7 Girls Football Team On Friday, the year 7 girls football team ventured out to Maplesden Noakes school where they competed in their first football tournament. The team showed resilience throughout and such dedication at moments when we found ourselves defending greatly. Miss King has said that the ability at this level is phenomenal to witness and with so much potential still to come, I cannot wait!
The Malling School would like to share our recent good fortune. We have received a very kind donation from Julie Asher-Smith at JTL Training People, who donated funds to provide us with a range of new books for our library. The books displayed in this picture were especially chosen by Mrs Sherry to meet the current reading trends of our students. A huge thank you on behalf of all of our students!
Community Spirit 4 of our fantastic volunteer students went out with Mr Ryder yesterday to clear some of the local area of litter. Great work and amazing community spirit was demonstrated by all.