Craven Herald - 5.3.15 INVESTORS have offered to throw a lifeline to save a defunct private school and turn it into a community asset. Malsis School at Glusburn, which closed last December, could be turned into a site for sport and a centre for academic workshop facilities.
Craven Herald 19.2.15 - Online bidders grabbed themselves some bargains when assets of former independent school Malsis were offered for sale at auction. And a carved oak bear, the symbol of the Glusburn school, was the single most expensive item in the sell off, going for a staggering £10,000.
Yorkshire Post 3.2.15 - It's the rare opportunity to buy the stuff of childhood school memories. Everything from school plaques to noticeboards and desks, sports equipment, printers, computers and filing cabinets and even an oak fishing rod stand are among the entire contents of the former Malsis School being sold off in an online auction.
Keighley News 25.12.14 - Administrators have cited a fall in the number of pupils as a major cause of the folding of Malsis School, in Cross Hills. The closure has seen nearly 50 staff lose their jobs at the independent, co-educational day and boarding school.