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What's on at School?

Thursday 20th Oct Finish for Half Term 3:30pm

Monday 31st Oct  School re-opens

Monday 7th November Infant Agility Some of Year 1/2 Outwood Academy

Friday 18th Nov Children in Need Non Uniform Day

Tuesday 6th Dec KS1 Xmas  Production

Wednesday 7th Dec KS1 Xmas Production

Friday 16th Dec End of Term

Wednesday 4th Jan Start of Spring Term

Monday 9th Jan Change4Life Year 3/4 Outwood Academy

Monday 23rd Jan Cedar Class Residential

Monday 23rd Jan Athletics Some of Year 3/4 Outwood Academy

Wednesday 1st Feb Gymnastics Some of Year 5/6 Outwood Academy

Monday 6th Feb Gymnastics Some of Year 1/2 & 3/4 Outwood Academy

Tuesday 14th Feb TAG Rugby Some of Year 5/6 at Ripon Rugby Club

Friday 17th Feb End of Half Term

Monday 27th Feb School re-opens

Thursday 2nd March World Book Day

Tuesday 7th March Orienteering Year 4/5/6 Outwood

Tuesday 7th March Parents Evening 3:45-6pm

Wednesday 8th March Change4Life Year 1/2 Outwood

Thursday 9th March Parents Evening 4:15-6:45pm

Friday 24th March Red Nose Day

Monday 3rd April Mixed Football Year 1/2 Outwood

Friday 7th April End of Term

Monday 24th April School re-opens

Wednesday 10th May Tri-Golf Some of Year 3/4 Outwood

Thursday 18th May Mini Tennis Ripon Tennis Club Year 3/4

Thursady 25th May Mini Tennis Ripon Tennis Club Year 5/6

Friday 26th May Half Term

Monday 5th June School re-opens

Tuesday 6th June Kwik Cricket and Markington

Monday 12th June Summer Atheltics Year 3/4/5/6 Outwood

Friday 23rd June Sports Day

Monday 10th July School Reports Sent Home

Monday 3rd July Transition Day Outwood

Tuesday 4th July KS2 Production

Wednesday 5th July KS2 Production

Thursday 6th July Rounders Year 5/6 Outwood

Monday 17th July Open Afternoon Y6 Cafe

Friday 21st July End of School Year




What OFSTED says … ‘Pupil’s achievement is good. They reach well above average attainment.’ ‘Teachers plan lessons which have interesting topics and a range of activities.’ ‘Teaching is good overall and occasionally outstanding …’ ‘The curriculum offers pupils many exciting opportunities…’ ‘The school offers excellent care and support and provides extremely successfully for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.’ ‘Pupil’s behaviour is outstanding’. What SIAMS says … ‘The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting the needs of all learners.’

A Note From The Headteacher

On behalf of the governors, staff and children I would like to extend a warm welcome to you from Kirkby Malzeard CE School. Choosing a primary school for your child is an important decision, we are extremely proud of our school and the opportunities our children have.


We are fully committed to the education of our children and we aim to provide a rich learning environment in which each child is able to grow and develop to their full potential. We make every moment matter.


Education is changing constantly to meet the needs of an ever changing world.

At Kirkby Malzeard we move with the times and ensure that our learning is meaningful. We work closely with other local schools and in September 2013 we established a ‘Collaborative Partnership’ with St. Nicholas CE Primary School in West Tanfield. I work across both schools during the week and this partnership has enabled us to work together to develop strengths and opportunities for staff and pupils alike.

We welcome visits from prospective parents, please give us a call to arrange a visit, you will be sure of a warm welcome.

Andrea Peacock 

Executive Headteacher

Click here for Mrs Peacocks timetable


Dates for the year ahead 

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