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  • Little Blackbird Workshop

    Published 05/06/23

    Recently we partnered up with Little Blackbird Ltd ( to deliver ‘the man I want to become’ project’. Some of our Year 9 and Year 10 boys took part in experiential workshops to explore masculinity and what this is and identify strategies that can maintain positive well-being.

    The boys have been involved in making a bespoke film with a professional filmmaker which is currently being edited and will be sent to them in the next few weeks. 

    In a world where miss guided information is just a click away, this project was an opportunity for our young people to understand more about themselves and set personal goals for their future. They all engaged brilliantly and expressed they found it fascinating and insightful. It definitely brought out their competitive side!

    Well done boys.

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  • Year 13 Awards Evening 2023

    Published 23/05/23

    On Monday 22nd May, we came together to congratulate our Year 13 students on everything that they have achieved in their time with us.

    Highlights included:

    Presentation of college, faculty, and subject awards – these were chosen by teachers for a variety of academic and personal triumphs. The winners of the Distinction Awards (for outstanding achievement in one or more of the subjects in that category) were as follows:



    Social Sciences and MFL

    Elin Collier

    STEM (hopefully to be renamed “The Phil Johnson Prize” in future years)

    James Hall

    Arts and Humanities

    Levi Rhodes-Mckenzie


    Abi Gardiner-Clarke

    The inaugural winner of the flagship prize: the “Herbert Rowsell Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement” was Ellie Stretch.

    Student-nominated award results – highlights included a double win for Millie Walker, and a very popular ‘Couple that should have been’ award which was shared by Will Lacey and Ted Mottram.

    Students’ ‘Memories of Malbank’ were provided by Student Union President Ellie Horsley and Levi Rhodes-Mckenzie. We were also treated to a range of Year 13 Media videos, and a montage of primary school photographs that showed just how much the students had changed over their time with us!

    The keynote speaker was David Rowsell. The son of our longest-serving Headteacher, David presented the Herbert Rowsell Award to Ellie on behalf of his family.

    The event was capped off by musical performances from our talented students Archie Lea, Beth Copeland and Levi Rhodes-Mckenzie.

    Overall, a wonderful night that showcased the best that Malbank has to offer. Thanks to all the students, parents, carers and guests for attending – we wish Year 13 all the luck in the world for the rest of their exams and their post-Malbank futures.

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  • International Best Selling Author Kate Mosse Visits Malbank

    Published 27/04/23

    We are thrilled to be hosting multi-million best-selling author Kate Moss on Thursday 20th July at Malbank in conjunction with our friends at Nantwich Bookshop. Kate will be chatting about her latest book 'The Ghost Ship' which launches early July. Doors open at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. Tickets cost £20 each including a copy of the book and welcome drink and are available from the Bookshop. Book early to avoid disappointment! Call Nantwich Bookshop on 01270 611665 or email [email protected] for tickets. (Tickets will not be available from Malbank).

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  • Looking Back, Moving Forward Dance Showcase

    Published 25/01/23

    On 24th January our talented students celebrated 20 years of dance at Malbank with a fabulous showcase. Well done to all involved in this wonderful memorable evening.

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