We foster a vibrant, nurturing environment and place your child at the centre of everything we do. Our experienced teachers adopt a personalised approach to inspire and empower each of our pupils to go beyond expectations and expand their potential. Drawing upon our 150+ year British boarding school heritage, we strive to instill a strong sense of community and responsibility amongst all members of the Malvern College family, through which pupils are encouraged to challenge boundaries, think critically and act collaboratively. We envisage them developing lifelong relationships with a genuine passion for learning that will extend further.
“It is the quality of the people and the human relationships between them that make the Malvern College family so successful. Whether it is the way in which a department, class or teachers and tutors work with individual pupils, our view of education is based on mutual respect, trust, pastoral care and a positive outlook.”
-Antony Clark, Headmaster of Malvern CollegeTo accomplish this, we focus on key areas of development, mainly:
In all these key areas of development, we have high expectations of our pupils in terms of their effort, achievements and behaviour and we aim to provide them with the means by which they can develop to the best of their abilities, their knowledge, skills and personality. By so doing, Malvern College seeks to develop confident, well-rounded individuals who can be successful in their own lives and of service to others.
The ethos of Malvern College is cultivated through a focus on eleven carefully selected qualities which are distinct to the Malvern College community:
Resilience – having the ability to approach uncertainty with forethought, resourcefulness and determination;
Self-awareness – understanding one’s strengths and seeing opportunities in one’s weaknesses;
Kindness – realising that our actions have an impact on others, so there is always an effort to make a positive difference;
Open-mindedness – appreciating one’s heritage and cultural background as well as the values and traditions of others;
Collaboration – learning to work effectively by seeing things from different perspectives;
Risk-taking – being able to create decisions based on deliberate actions;
Curiosity – knowing how to ask questions and having an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and continuous learning;
Ambition – having a strong sense of achievement, whether for one’s self or for others;
Independence – capable of acting independently guided by a strong thought-process;
Integrity – awareness of the effects of one’s actions and the responsibility that comes with it;
Humility – being self-reflective and open to others’ opinions.