Maltman's Green School
At Maltman's Green we believe in the pursuit of excellence whilst maintaining a sense of enjoyment. Our girls’ impressive achievements across academic subjects, sport, music and drama affirm our position as one of the foremost prep schools in the country. Providing an encouraging, caring and secure atmosphere, we ensure our girls feel happy, confident and valued – a perfect foundation for academic enrichment. This ethos has been recognised by the ISI who applauded our outstanding pastoral care.
Mrs Joanna Pardon (Headmistress)
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
Day/boarding type: Day
Gender profile: Girls only
Maltman's Green School fees:
Day fees per term:
£1,925 to £5,275
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
825 / 6020
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 2 to 11 (370)
Next Open Day: Friday 13 March 2020
Next Complimentary Stay & Play Session for 1-3 year olds: Sat 29 February 2020
Maltman’s Green delivers an outstanding academic and extra-curricular programme from our 400-year-old malting house in the heart of home counties green-belt. Allied to outstanding teaching and excellent academic results, our high-end facilities expose talents and propel our girls to regional and national success across music and sporting competitions.
An individualised, pupil focused approach gives every girl the chance to succeed. Our curriculum is broad, engaging and rich with transformational technology, providing stimulation and challenge. Excellent record of entry and scholarships to independent and Grammar schools.
The emotional, social and physical wellbeing of our girls is paramount, and we believe that individual support and a nurturing environment form the foundation from which children can flourish. By providing an encouraging, caring and secure atmosphere, we ensure our girls feel happy, confident and valued – a perfect grounding for academic enrichment. This ethos has been recognised by the ISI who applauded our “outstanding” pastoral care.
Special Education Needs
Learning Support is integral to our teaching. Our well-qualified Head of Learning Support is both a teacher and an Educational Psychologist. She leads a team of teaching assistants who provide support in the classroom as well as a literacy support teacher who works with individuals and groups as appropriate. We are able to provide specialist support for a number of specific conditions, such as dyslexia, as well as provide support for children who are experiencing a degree of difficulty with a particular aspect of their learning. Our aim is to provide all the support needed to enable the girls to fulfil their potential and work with confidence, whatever their area of interest or talent.
Games & The Arts
Our sports provision is an outstanding feature of the School, with dedicated facilities, daily lessons and the opportunity to compete at local, regional and national level. Music, drama, art and design are key elements - we have specialist teachers and excellent facilities.
Our exceptional extra-curricular provision has propelled our girls to regional and national success across sport and music. Before school, lunchtime and after school clubs across core curriculum, ICT, languages and mental reasoning challenge our girls’ academic capacities while creative and outdoor clubs nurture artistic talents and a thirst for nature. We also offer plenty of opportunities for dance and drama including ballet, modern and pom dance.
We are immensely proud of our girls who continually amaze us with their dedication, commitment, passion and perseverance. There are many opportunities to represent the school at local, regional and national competitions and festivals. Multiple National Champions at IAPS 2017 Gymnastics National Finals, Tumbling National Champions at 2017 British Schools Gymnastics Association Championships, 1st place at IAPS 2017 Swimming National Championships, 1st place 2017 IAPS Judo Tournament ‘Just for Girls’, 2nd place at ISGA 2017 Gymnastics National Finals. We also have Green Flag Eco School Status, a SafetyMARK award and are IAPS accredited.
The School makes provision for 8 full or partial Bursaries per year, one for each main year group: Nursery, Reception and Years 1-6. Typically greater than 50% of all recipients receive 100% support and the majority receive over 50%.
Additional support is provided on a case-by-case basis for extras such as residential trips or occasionally SEN related matters. All 8 recipients can potentially benefit from this support.
Parents can enquire about Bursarial support simply by calling the School and asking to speak to either the Registrar or Bursar about Bursaries. We are always keen to hear from prospective parents requiring fee support.
All Bursary applications are subjected to means-testing through a third party provider that the School uses. Parents are required to expose all details of their finances both income and expenditure. The process is discrete as is the School on Bursarial matters and prospective parents should nto be discouraged from applying.
Applications for Bursarial support can be made at any time.
Sibling discount is offered for a third child in the School at the same time as the other two.
Financial Support is offered for all existing pupils where the financial circumstances of the parents change such that potential future hardship for the child can be demonstrated. Financial Support is typically a temporary response to hardship whilst the parents get back on their feet.
Scholarships & Bursaries offered
- Sibling discounts
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, ISC is not responsible for inaccuracies