"From the youngest to the oldest, students at Malvern St James Girls' School are interested and engaged with the world around them, and able to hold their own socially and intellectually."

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MSJ Stories

We believe that the best way to get to know Malvern St James is through the eyes of our pupils, parents and staff.

Here's what members of our School community have to say...

Our Malvern St James Difference




of girls achieved A* - B in A Levels (2020)


of girls take part in Expressive Arts


fixtures a year across a range of sports


ratio of teachers to pupils


extra-curricular clubs for girls to choose from


of girls go on to study STEM subjects at University

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Recent highlights from Malvern St James Girls' School 

After Malvern St James


In March 2019, the School joined forces with the Old Girls’ Association to launch Malvern Alumnae 100, a showcase of the most remarkable and talented alumnae. They have agreed to give their time and experience to inspire and guide the next generation of women, including all of our current girls. 

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An accomplished writer, Moky’s articles and opinion pieces have been published in various magazines and newspapers. In November 2008, her book Africa’s Greatest Entrepreneurs with a foreword written by Richard Branson was published by Penguin Books. The book featured on the top 10 best-selling business books in South Africa and was selected for the Exclusive Books Homebru promotion which showcases the best of South African writing.

Moky Makura

Actress, Producer & Communications Expert 

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"In 2018, I set a new record for the fastest woman to row across the Atlantic. Now I have set up an initiative called Kik Plastic which will see me cycling 6700 kilometres around the UK’s coast - and organising local beach cleans - to raise awareness of the problem of single use plastic, and to engage communities to help tackle it."

Kiko Matthews

Educator, Adventurer, Environmentalist & Community Builder (MGC 1999 Leaver)

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"Both my A Level Science teachers were women with PhDs. Having role models who showed women can successfully study Science to the highest level encouraged many students from my class to pursue higher education in scientific fields. Success is when you or your work has positive impact on others and you live a balanced, happy life while doing it"

Patricia Wu Lewis

Endocrinologist, Professor & Diabetes Advocate