Recent Announcements from the Old Malsis Association

  • Malsis Development Begins John Clark writes:On Monday 29 January, I had a good tour of the grounds and school buildings with Jonathan Seddon and Mark Tuson, the Contracts Manager for Seddon Construction ...
    Posted Feb 5, 2018, 10:30 AM by Tim Birdsall
  • Chronicle Archive Quiz 21-40 More images from our Malsis Chronicle Archives and now it's your turn! Take a look at our quiz and please send your answers, questions, comments, anecdotes  etc to your ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2017, 9:44 AM by Tim Birdsall
  • New postings of OM profiles - February 2016 Send us your own profile and we'll share it on malsis.org.   John Piper   Alistair Humphreys   Mark Ellson   
    Posted Feb 28, 2016, 11:18 AM by Tim Birdsall
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The Old Malsis Association

The OM Association will keep alive the name, reputation and memories of Malsis, so that those of us who spent our most formative early years at the school can continue to remain in contact during the years ahead.  This website is dedicated to this mission.  As members of our Malsis community we can explore the archives, receive news and exchange views from time to time. 

How you can join in with the OMA community


We hope and expect there will also be interest and support by members to meet up at informal OM Reunions occasionally, and you will find a section here where dates and details of proposed  events can be posted.  

We are a widespread community spanning different generations, but what we all have in common is a lasting affection for the school that played such an important part in our early lives. 

Because we remember with respect and gratitude the key staff who taught and looked after us, the OM Association welcomes as members not only Old Boys and Old Girls, but also Teachers and Support Staff, Parents, Grandparents, Friends of Malsis and even some who were born and grew up on the premises before striking out into the world.

We want to build this into a vibrant and active social community and we need your participation.   We'll publish your own Memories of Malsis, and you can let us have your Profile too to keep old friends up to date.  Please take a look at the "Contact Us" section of the site and let us know how we can stay in touch!

Welcome to the OMA:  A letter from the editor

 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4XqaJKXNn0pR0FUV0VOODM0TFE/view?usp=sharing  Patrick Birdsall: 






















".... The sudden news that Malsis was to close at the end of the Autumn Term came as a shock to many people, some of whom I met when I attended the final Carol Service with John and Pam Clark on 5th  December. Then came the  reunion day on the 6th.  Despite the sadness of the occasion I very much enjoyed meeting up with a few of my old contemporaries – (perhaps ‘Old Contemptibles’ might be more appropriate?)............"






































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Malsis In the News

  • Former pupils buy North Yorkshire school site from administrators BDaily 20th November 2015: - Two former pupils have purchased their old school from administrators at EY for an undisclosed amount. In the early 1980s, Jamie and Jonathan Seddon attended Malsis ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 4:41 AM by Tim Birdsall
  • Former pupils snap up prep school site Insider Media Limited - 20th Nov 2015: - Two former pupils have purchased their old independent preparatory school which shut its doors in December 2014 after falling pupil numbers and a failed ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 4:31 AM by Tim Birdsall
  • Former pupils take over Malsis school Yorkshire Post 17:30 Friday 20 November 2015: - They say that schooldays are the happiest of your life.And that was obviously the case for former Malsis School pupils Jamie ...
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 4:23 AM by Tim Birdsall
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