It is my great privilege to be able to introduce you to the Market Weighton School. We are a small school, proud of our traditional rural heritage, yet ambitious for the future of all our students. Our size is a real strength as it enables students and their families to work closely with the teaching and support staff at the school, building positive working relationships over an extended period of time. We believe that students achieve best in a supportive and positive environment – and that is what you will find in our school. We hope that you will find these pages helpful, please contact the school should you wish to receive further information.

Mr R Harrison – Head Teacher

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Mission Statement

Our aims are for students to: Have the skills and confidence to thrive in a changing world. Have the independence and resilience to take charge of their own learning and lives. Become active and responsible as local and global citizens. Have unlimited aspirations.

In order to achieve these aims we will seek as a school to: Provide outstanding learning opportunities to meet individual needs. Challenge all students to achieve ambitious personal goals. Expect the highest standards of behaviour and mutual respect. Establish meaningful relationships with our parents and the wider community. Deliver up to date professional development for our staff.

Latest News

Ofsted Monitoring Inspection

The Market Weighton School will be undergoing an Ofsted monitoring inspection on Monday 25th September - Parents are invited to give their views via the Ofsted Parent View Website. https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

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Autumn Term Safeguarding Bulletin

The Autumn Term Safeguarding Bulletin is now available to download.

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Y8 Residential 18th – 22nd June 2018

Following on from last year’s successful trip, we are organising a five day residential in June for Year 8 students to The Kingswood Centre, Dearne Valley.

I am writing to invite you and your child to an information evening on Thursday 21st September at 6.30pm. We will present to you in more detail the range of activities available and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

For parents who are new to Kingswood, they are a leading residential activity centre provider responsible for delivering safe and rewarding educational programmes to over 130,000 children every year. Many National Curriculum modules are linked to thrilling outdoor and indoor adventures activities. The trip will provide a wealth of new experiences outside of the classroom.

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TMWS Year 11 IAG Progression Event (4.30-6.30)/Year 11 Subject Parents Evening 1 (4.30-7.00) – Tuesday 3rd October 2017

I am writing to invite you to the TMWS Year 11 Progression Event on Tuesday 3rd October 2017 from 4.30-6.30 in the School Hall. This is an annual event which is very successful in providing our Year 11 pupils/parents with access to IAG (Information, Advice and Guidance) from Post-16 providers in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. The aim of the event is to provide the necessary information to enable our current Year 11 pupils to make informed decisions about their direction from September 2018. The application process begins in earnest over the next 2 months and as such this is a very important event.

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Annual Awards Evening

On the final Wednesday of the Summer Term we celebrated with our second annual Awards Evening recognising the hard work and achievement of our students. Generous sponsorship from local businesses allowed us to present book prizes to over 160 students. Prizes were given in each subject for effort and achievement, along with overall students of the year and E-Praise points winners. By tracking reading progress using the Accelerated Reader software we were able to reward students who had read the most and also made the most progress in reading assessments.

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GCSE Results 2017

We are very pleased that our students have performed well in the new style maths and English GCSEs with 68% of them scoring a grade 4 or higher in both maths and English (the government’s new basics measure). This compares favourably with the figure of 66% last year for those gaining at least a C grade in these subjects.

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House Points

House points are awarded by staff to students who go above and beyond the day to day expectations of the school, this can be for any number of reasons including being a good citizen of the school, working exceptionally well within lessons or for participation in extracurricular lessons.