Malvern St James Girls' School is an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 4 to 18 located in the heart of the Malvern in Worcestershire.
The school prides itself on a liberating and inclusive ethos with a 'recognition and active support for the individual talents, interests and passions of girls.' About 40% of girls are boarders – flexi, weekly or full boarding – and pupils can board from Year 3 through to Year 13.
Malvern St James aims to be a 'school that helps girls to truly develop their thinking skills, to explore who they are and to develop the courage and self-belief to go out into the world and be true to who they are.'
Headmistress Olivera Raraty says: 'We encourage our girls to be ambitious, to follow their passions and to be confident: and to appreciate the value of hard work and determination. We want to show girls the full spectrum of interests that contribute to a balanced and happy life, and demonstrate the joy of finding something they love and pursuing it.'
'With superb value-added attainment, outstanding public examination results and a focus on giving our girls the soft skills they will need at university and in the work place, we are here to help them navigate their way with a support network of superb teaching and House staff, and first-class pastoral care.'
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