MSJ Sixth Form Day Girls
We have around 200 day girls at Malvern St James, who are mostly from Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. We are the only all-through girls’ school in the county and therefore we are the school of choice for many local families looking for an enriching single-sex educational experience for their daughter.
The school day finishes at 18:10 and by this time your daughter will have had a chance to do her homework and extra-curricular activities. If your daughter has commitments outside of school, upon arrangement she will be able to leave school at 16:00 when lessons finish.
Getting to School
Whilst some girls are dropped off by their parents, many girls use the school bus. There are 10 Malvern St James bus routes, serving five different counties, each with a number of collection points.
A place on the School bus is available on a termly basis. It can be shared between two families, for example, if your daughter only uses the route in the morning, you would be welcome to 'share' the place and cost with a friend whose daughter uses only the return trip. The School is happy to offer occasional use to families, in the case of emergencies and if there is a seat available on the required route (for example, if a parent's car has broken down).
Malvern St James Bus Routes
Below are the bus routes we currently cover, however, these may change subject to demand.
Many families find flexi-boarding a great option for their daughter. Some girls who come from slightly further afield, perhaps Oxfordshire, The Cotswolds, or Staffordshire, take advantage of one to three nights flexi-boarding a week. This allows girls the chance to engage with evening activities, whether academic or social and allows for a slightly later wake up call in the morning as she will be staying on site. Day girls are each given two to three nights boarding per term at no additional cost so every girl can take advantage of boarding life at Malvern St James.
Wraparound care is offered for all pupils and girls can be looked after in School before morning registration and following the end of the School Day, where they are welcome to join the Boarders for Supper and go to the Boarding Houses.