Refugee Aid for Ukraine 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 […]
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A new edition of the Millthorpe careers newsletter is now available – there are separate editions for Years 8 to 11. They can be downloaded from the bottom of the Careers section of the website (under the Curriculum tab).
Amateur musicians of all ages from across the city of York joined together this week at a musical extravaganza hosted by students and staff at Millthorpe School. The Big Sing organised through Musical Connections, a small York-based charity, gave older adults, many of whom are vulnerable and socially isolated, the opportunity to enjoy an afternoon […]
A new satellite site for students with learning difficulties has opened at Millthorpe School this term. Millthorpe is the latest school in the city to host a satellite provision for Applefields School, a special school for secondary aged students with a wide range of learning difficulties who live in York and the surrounding areas. Satellite […]
Earlier this year, 31 students and four members of staff took part in Millthorpe’s annual trip to France and Belgium to visit some of the World War One Battlefields, museums and memorials. The group took in Essex Farm Cemetery, Passchendaele Museum, Langemark, Tyne Cot, Sanctuary Wood, Menin Gate, the Somme, Thiepval Memorial and Vimy Ridge. One of our students, […]
The destination for the Millthorpe School Ski Trip 2019 was Poronin, a lovely little place in the middle of the stunning Tatra Mountains in Southern Poland. After 2.5 hours flight we arrived in Krakow and officially started our first day of the trip. Much loved licensed city guide Gregory showed us the main attractions of […]
Over £1.25million of funding has been agreed for a new block of four classrooms and three state-of-the-art science rooms at Millthorpe School. They will replace a number of ‘temporary’ classrooms on the site, some dating back more than 50 years, which are in a poor state of repair. “These new rooms will transform our students’ […]
WORLD BOOK DAY 2019 World Book Day is always a wonderful opportunity to celebrate books and promote the importance of reading. Once again this year, some staff dressed up in full costume. It was hard to recognise members of the English Department as many of them changed their hair colour and embraced a wide range […]
Our student artists have their work on show at the city’s John Lewis store in our second exhibition at the retail giant. The artwork was produced by Year 11 students in their mock exams, in preparation for the real thing this year. The students were given the broad theme of Architectural Structures, and many of […]
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