£1 Coins cease to be legal tender from next week11/10/2017
From next week the school kitchens will no longer be able to accept the old £1 coins, as they will cease to be legal tender.
Anthony Nolan recognition of charitable funds05/10/2017
Last year Magdalen College School help raise £1225.00 in aid of the Antony Nolan Trust.
Macmillan Coffee Morning Success05/10/2017
Magdalen College School held another successful coffee morning in aid of Macmillian Cancer support on Wednesday 27th September.
Magdalen College School Receives Press Release02/10/2017
Magdalen College School has received an excellent press release from our technology partners On The Level; showing how recycled materials are used in our school.
MCS awards scholarship to top performing students09/09/2016
New into our sixth form our top performing students head off to Oxford to join their peers at Magdalen College School Oxford as they start on a unique scholarship study programme - the highly regarded ‘Waynflete Studies’ which will support their preparation for places at the best universities in the country.
Year 7 boys win DOUBLE DOUBLE20/04/2016
After the year 7 boys won the District Rugby League and County plate final in February going unbeaten all season the boys have now won their District Football League and District Cup after beating BGN 3-2 after extra time last night.
Boys Athletics News14/03/2016
On Saturday, 12th March, Matthew Chronicle (Year 10) and Harry Boynton (Year 8) ran as part of the Northamptonshire squad in the Inter Counties National Cross Country Championships held at Crofton Park in Birmingham.
Vocab express Success09/03/2016
We are very proud of all our linguists who have been competing in the Vocab Express Global Challenge Competition for the past week.
World Book Day05/03/2016
MCS students joined in the fun for World Book Day by spending the day working with two well known local childrens’ authors.
Congratulations - Creative Writing01/03/2016
Congratulation to the Winners of the Creative Writing Competition
Dear parents and carers
Safer Internet Day 2014 Youth Event13/02/2014
Pupils from MCS travelled to London on Tuesday to speak to advisors to the Prime Minister to give their views on safety for children on the internet. Year 10 students Harriet Kempson, Zach Da Silva and Eleanor Lee with advisors Chris Davis and Adam Wittich-Jackson were chosen to speak for their peers in a small group representing the youth of today. They met with specialists at Microsoft's Head office to find out the latest developments in net safety before a meeting with culture secretary Laura Trott and David Cameron's special advisors. The findings of their own school studies on internet safety formed part of the youth panel ideas on what makes for a better internet.