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  • This year MAPS were involved in their first ever carnival. The children from Year 1 performed a dance on the stage which they had been practising in school. All the children involved worked extremely
  • Over 1,400 pupils from across the David Ross Education Trust's Northampton-based academies were treated to a series of masterclasses from one of the most well known choirs in the world last week. The
  • Malcolm Arnold Preparatory School is opening our doors to potential employees this weekend, by hosting a recruitment fair. The event will take place at the school on Saturday 12 th March 2016 from 12
  • Malcolm Arnold Preparatory School’s new building is taking shape and pupils and staff recently went to have a look at the work taking place. The children wore hi-vis jackets and learned about the
  • Classrooms across Malcolm Arnold Preparatory School looked slightly different, as pupils showed their love of reading as part of their World Book Day celebrations. Instead of seeing their traditional
  • It has been a busy few months as the construction of a brand new school building for Malcolm Arnold Preparatory School (MAPS) has begun. Each week a group of children visit the site to see the
  • Pupils at Malcolm Arnold Prep School (MAPs) were recently given the opportunity to become school councillors, to act as representatives for their classes and share their ideas for the school.
  • A mobile planetarium had children spellbound at Malcolm Arnold Preparatory School (MAPS) this week. The planetarium enabled students to view solar systems and pictures of space shuttles without
  • Year 1 pupils at Malcolm Arnold Prep School led a service of remembrance, with the last post played by a student from Malcolm Arnold Academy. The event was partly organised by support staff team
  • Year One pupils from MAPS have been designing wellies, thanks to a workshop from local shoe maker William Lamb. Each child was asked to draw a pair of eye-catching wellington boots, and Evie and Ben

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