“The induction days were a great help in supporting the transition”
“My child has settled into school really well and is starting to make new friends”
“Superb, everyone knows everyone. The Head knows all our children by name”
“ My Daughter has settled into the school as a lone pupil from her Primary School very well indeed”
“The school has made every effort to ensure that the transition from Primary to Secondary has been seamless. My son’s start at TMWS could not have gone any better”
“Both my children are very happy at this school. Academic standards are high with lots of interesting extra-curricular activities offered”
“Mr Yeadon and Mr Morris have both been extremely supportive”
“The three transition days were really good for preparing my son for what to expect in September”
“My daughter has changed for the better since starting at TMWS, she is happy and loves coming to school. She does her homework every evening as soon as she gets home and is now very organized. Brilliant!”
“My daughter is happy and has settled well. Pleasing to see an improvement in the school’s GCSE results in 2018”
“The interactive side where parents can check ion their child’s progress is a big plus. The communication so far has been superb.”
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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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.
Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award Successread more
TMWS latest newsletter is published, read about what our students have been achieving and school updates.read more
What is it? You may have seen on the news and social media a new viral 'challenge' known as the 'momo challenge', or the suicide challenge that encourages players to perform a series of challenges in order to meet 'Mother Bird' a disfigured character (inspired by...read more
TMWS February newsletter is published online, enjoy reading our updates.read more
The Market Weighton School recently hosted the East Riding of Yorkshire Holocaust Memorial Event. Students under the guidance of Mr Morris, teacher of Society & Ethics, and Mr Fletcher teacher of History, put together a programme of events in remembrance of the Holocaust and more recent genocide in Cambodia, Rwanda and Darfur.
The students performed specially selected music and drams and read poems written by Holocaust survivors and accounts of the atrocities they faced. Ben Clark and Matthew Haxby preformed the theme to Schindler’s List, which they had prepared as part of their GCSE music assessment and Mukeni Wa-Ciama performed her own composition, ‘I’m Sorry’. Other performers on the day were Gemma Marshall, Elizabeth Cass, Viviana Mayman, Lydia Melbourne, Hannah Clark, Alex Calvert, Evie Witty, Abigail Redhead, Abigail Johnson and the Year 10 GCSE drama group. All were ably supported by Joe Green and Ben Kirby providing technical support under the supervision of Mr Poulston.
Mr Fletcher spoke about the importance of ensuring young people learn about the Holocaust and understand how discrimination and hatred allowed this to happen in Europe only 75 years ago. He went on to link this with modern day cases of discrimination and encouraged all the students present to stand up for what is right.
Distinguished guests including the Lord-Lieutenant of the East Riding of Yorkshire, The Hon. Dame Susan Cunliffe-Lister, DCVO, High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Mrs. Deborah Rosenberg, and the Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Councillor Margaret Chadwick. They were joined by the Mayor of Market Weighton and Mayoress, Town Councillor Derek and Mrs. Joan Cary, together with many supporters of the school. All were highly impressed by the quality of performances given by the students. Special thanks to Langlands Garden Centre who kindly provided the floral arrangements.read more
Well, what a Christmas Season it has been, (so far!) It is always a busy time of year at school in December but this year has seen a very busy time indeed, with our recent successful Ofsted Inspection, followed by numerous Christmas events, Christmas Jumper Day, 9...read more
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.