Kingston upon Hull, United Kingdom
About Malet Lambert
Thank you for your interest in our school.
Malet Lambert has a long and proud history, dating back to 1932. Once a grammar school, it became a community comprehensive school in 1968 and it continues to be true to the word ‘comprehensive’ some 50 years later.
From our thorough transition process in Year 6 through to the close mentoring and support for our pupils taking public examinations in Year 11, we put the needs of individual pupils at the heart of everything we do. At Malet Lambert, we pride ourselves upon having high aspirations. These will ensure that all of our pupils meet their potential by creating a safe, yet vibrant learning environment, which sees first class teaching and learning every single day.
We are very fortunate to have such a caring, skilled and dedicated set of teachers, support staff and governors here at Malet Lambert; ultimate professionals who are dedicated to the pupils.
Having become part of The Education Alliance (TEAL) in 2016, this has only reinforced the support for our pupils further, by allowing us to work in partnership with other successful schools.
2018 saw us achieve a ‘Good’ Ofsted grading under the new criteria, as well as becoming an Inclusion Quality Mark Flagship School - the only one in the region.
After looking through our website, please feel free to come and see us, in order that we can show you first-hand what we have to offer the pupils of this wonderful community.
If you wish to take advantage of this, please contact my PA, Beverley Haggarty, Beverley.Haggarty@maletlambert.hull.sch.uk or 01482 374211.
I look forward to meeting you.
Head of School
View our latest Ofsted Report: https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/23/142150
- This school continues to be good
- Staff are overwhelmingly positive about the training and guidance they receive from leaders
- Pupils work well together in lessons. They are polite and responsive to their teachers’ instructions
- You and your senior team are passionate about making sure that teaching is consistently strong across the school
- Leaders analyse the pupils’ progress information rigorously
- Staff are well trained in child protection procedures. They have a clear understanding of the actions to take should they have any concerns about a pupil