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GUIDE TO MALVERN COLLEGE 2018 – 2019

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A Guide to Malvern College 2018 Welcome to Malvern College. The purpose of this guide is to provide useful information in an informal way about the school, helping you to work out who is who, find your way around and become familiar with routines. I hope it will answer many of your questions. It is our aim that you should quickly feel at home here, so remember that there are plenty of people around to talk to if you feel unsure or want something explained: fellow pupils, members of staff and adults in the House will all be happy to help you. Malvern is a very friendly school. I hope you make the most of all the opportunities here and enjoy being part of the community. May you be happy and fulfilled at Malvern.

A.R. Clark Headmaster

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CONTENTS Malvern Qualities 

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Promotion of Universal (British) Values Policy 

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Teaching Staff 

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Support Staff 

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House Telephone Numbers 

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House Staff 

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Student Leadership 

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The Co-Curriculum 

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Sporting Activities 

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Religious Activities 

27

Art Centre 

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Design & Technology Centre 

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ICT 

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Drama 

31

Musical Activities 

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Library 

33

Learning Enhancement 

35

Issue Of Books 

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The Grub 

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Starbucks Opening Times 

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Medical Treatment 

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Counselling 

39

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Physiotherapy 

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Pastoral Care 

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Other Help Available 

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Relationships And Sex Policy 

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College Rules 

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Pupils’ Dress Regulations 

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School Routine 

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MALVERN QUALITIES QUALITY

INDICATORS

Resilience

• • • •

Responds positively to setbacks Faces challenges with confidence and good humour Sees failures as an inevitable part of learning and improving Finishes what they start

Self-awareness

• • •

Understands own strengths and weaknesses Reflective and takes responsibility for themselves Sets targets for themselves

Open-mindedness

• • • •

Recognises and values a range of other opinions Receptive to new ideas Can see issues and ideas from a range of perspectives Embraces global outlook

Kindness

• • •

Looks after other people Considerate and compassionate Recognises and shows appreciation for others

Collaboration

• • •

Works with other people to bring about the greater good Knows when and how to include other people Makes the most of other people’s strengths and qualities

Risk-taking

• • • •

Audacious, takes risks in order to explore new experiences Challenges themselves to do things they find difficult Willing to try new things or reject orthodoxy Resourceful in unfamiliar circumstances

Curiosity

• • • •

Pursues knowledge and understanding for its own sake Always seeks to know more and explore new things Asks and answers lots of questions to deepen understanding Confident in the value of their interests

Ambition

• • • •

Want to do the best they can Makes the most of the opportunities afforded them Believes that effort will improve their future prospects Doesn’t let others hold them back

Independence

• • •

Takes responsibility for themselves Motivates themselves Not afraid to stand apart and to be different

Integrity

• • •

Proud of their integrity and honesty in all that they do True to their own beliefs and values Have a strong moral compass

Humility

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Recognises that individual success often relies on team effort Recognises that success is important but is not everything Recognises that others may not be as privileged as themselves 5


PROMOTION OF UNIVERSAL (BRITISH) VALUES POLICY Malvern College actively promotes the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. This is informed by the Independent School Standards Regulations and our own aim of preparing pupils for a happy and successful life once they have left the College. Given the make-up of Malvern’s international community, as well as Malvern’s presence in other countries and the recognition that so-called , “British” values (as outlined above) are not unique to Britain, it is felt more appropriate to refer to “universal” rather than “British” values. This policy has been written with reference to the requirements of the Indpendent School Standards Regulations, Keeping Children Safe in Education, the Prevent Strategy and the Equality Act 2010. This should be read in conjunction with the Safeguarding and Teaching and Learning Policies contained in the staff handbook and on the College website/intranet (Buzz). How the values are promoted: The values are: • taught through Life and Key Skills • taught through other lessons. • reinforced through Chapel, visual reminders, (posters around College) and implicit within the Malvern Qualities. • raised and reinforced through the CCA programme. • modelled through behaviour of staff towards each other and towards pupils. The rule of law is modelled through sanctions and rewards being applied consistently and systems being in place to allow appropriate challenge. • promoted through Lower School and School Councils, Heads Of House representation and Chapel Prefect meetings with the Senior Management Team. Teachers are required to challenge opinions or behaviours in school that are contrary to fundamental universal values. Please see the Teaching and Learning Policy (Staff Handbook Section 5 - Academic) and the Safeguarding Policy (College website) for further information

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The Pastoral Care structure and Promotion of Good Behaviour Policy are designed to • enable pupils to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence • enable pupils to distinguish right from wrong and to respect the civil and criminal law of England; • encourage pupils to accept responsibility for their behaviour, show initiative and understand how they can contribute positively to the lives of those living and working in the locality in which the school is situated and to society more widely; • enable pupils to acquire a broad general knowledge of and respect for public institutions and services in England;. • further tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions by enabling pupils to acquire an appreciation of and respect for their own and other cultures. The Impact of the Promotion of Universal Values on our Pupils: Pupils at Malvern have: • an understanding of how citizens can influence decision-making through the democratic process, as well as an understanding that democracy is perceived in the UK as the fairest form of political organisation and that taking part in democracy is a good thing; • an appreciation that living under the rule of law protects individual citizens and is essential for their wellbeing and safety; understanding why laws based on representation in Parliament is the fairest form of government. • an understanding that there is a separation of power between the executive and the judiciary, and that while some public bodies such as the police and the army can be held to account through Parliament, others such as the courts maintain independence. • an understanding that the freedom to hold other faiths and beliefs is protected in law. • an acceptance that people having different faiths or beliefs to oneself (or having none) should be accepted and tolerated, and should not be the cause of prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour. • an understanding of the importance of identifying and combatting discrimination, with the aim of instilling respect for other people, paying particular regard to the protected characteristics set out in the Equality Act 2010.

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TEACHING STAFF ARC

Rhodes & Downing, Cambridge

AR CLARK

JAD

JA Descher

Headmaster Headmaster’s PA

Initials Name House Subject + Head of Department o Part-time SGA LF JAG

SG ANGUS

Senior Deputy Head Economics

L FAULKNER

Deputy Head: Pastoral Biology, Life Skills

Lucy Cavendish, Cambridge & Strathclyde Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, Oxford Brookes & New College, Oxford

JA GAUCI

Lincoln, Oxford & U.C.W., Cardiff

Deputy Head: Academic History

RHK RH KEYS Fitzwilliam, Cambridge & Worcester

Deputy Head: Logistics Economics, Theory of Knowledge

JJA

Wadham, Oxford & King’s, London

+

Spanish

MBA

Falmouth

MB Amos

o

Learning Enhancement

SKA

SK ANGLING

6

o

French & Russian

St John’s, Oxford

CEB

6

o

French & Italian

Bristol & Robinson, Cambridge

CLB

Ripon & York St John & Manchester

JJ AKEHURST

Dr CE BAXTER CL BENNETT

3

3

Chemistry

IPMB IPM BIJL Wolfson, Cambridge +

Head of Safeguarding & Individual Pupil Wellbeing Head of Learning Enhancement Designated Safeguarding Lead

GFB

St John’s, Cambridge

NAB

Roehampton & Buckingham

RAEB

Birmingham Conservatoire

SDB1

Rhodes

EB

University College, London

GF BILCLOUGH

5

English

NA BRETT

2

PE

+

RAE BRIDGEN

4

Photography, Art

SD BRIGHTON-GOEDHALS

6

English Deputy Head of Lower School

E BROWN 8

Housemistress of Ellerslie House Philosophy, RS


JMB

Royal Holloway & Bedford New College

JM BROWN

WDB

UCL & Middlesex

NJC

U.C.W., Cardiff

NJ CAGE

Geography Pre-Sixth Co-ordinator

JRC

JR CARD

2

Mathematics

AC

A CLARKE

4

Classics, ToK

Manchester & Staffordshire

MWC

1

PE

U.C.W., Cardiff

WD BROWN

Birmingham

MW CLEAL

CRDC CRD CLEMIT 8 Clermont-Ferrand & Westminster, Oxford

+

Director of Music

o

Technology

+

French

JDC JD COX + Professional Teaching Loughborough & Learning Mentor PE, Psychology ISI Inspection Co-ordinator GMC

Nottingham

GM CRAMP

SH

DC

Pavia

LID

Panama

SD

Reading

Mathematics

D CRESTA

o

Italian

LI DAVIES

o

Spanish Assistant

S DOIDGE

Physics

AEE AE EGLIN o Business Durham DJE DJ EGLIN Housemaster of No.7 Durham & Buckingham Mathematics, Computer Science JVE JV EHLERS o English Newnham, Cambridge & Bretton Hall, Leeds MF

Oxford

RCG

Sussex, Oxford Brookes, Oxford & Worcester

RC GRAFF

Housemistress of No. 6 English

AI GREGG

o

Learning Enhancement

o

EAL

AIG RG

M FORDE

4

o

Spanish, French

Leicester

R GRUNDY

Worcester

AH

Metz, Liverpool John Moores

A HADLEY

LMH

York & Durham

LM HALLETT

3

French

4

English, Drama

9

o


MEAH MA HARDINGES (OM) Bath

Housemaster of SH Economics, Politics

FJH

Economics

FJ HARDY

Newcastle and Worcester

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MATH Dr MAT HARRIS King’s, London & Texas

Classics CAS Co-ordinator Head of International University Applications

CH2

Biology, TOK

U.C.W., Cardiff, University of Wales College

of Medicine & Gloucester

MH

Jesus, Cambridge

JCH2 MPH

Christ’s, Cambridge & Birmingham

Dr C HARTOG

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M HAYNES

+

Head of Academic Music

Pembroke, Cambridge

JC HEROD (OM)

o+

History Spanish

M HNATEK

+

Physics, Computer Science

5

SCH SC HOLROYD SH + Leeds & Warwick +

Economics, Politics & Business Studies IB Co-Ordinator i/c Data Tracking Group

SJH

Warwick & Worcester

Dr SJ HOLROYD o+

ToK English, Life Skills

LSH

LS HOLLYHEAD

Speech and Drama

Mountview

GAH

Sheffield

GA HOPKIRK

o+

SH +

Geography Director of Teaching & Learning

RWH

RW HOWITT

Housemaster of No.5

University of Wales, Swansea

Geography

ALH

Nottingham & Warwick

AL HUTSBY

Economics & Business Studies, EPQ Deputy Head of Sixth Form

CJTJ

CJT JAMES

Physics

St Hilda’s, Oxford & Worcester

BSJ

Fitzwilliam, Cambridge & Birmingham

DJK

Bristol & Cardiff

BK

Staffordshire

RGL

Aston & Homerton, Cambridge

BS JARVIS DJ KELLAND

SH

1

History

9

Physics

B KERRIGAN

o

RG LACEY

10

Art Physics


APL

The Revd AP LAW, N.Ocist

o

Philosophy & RS

Brasenose, Oxford, Gonville & Caius, Cambridge, Westminster, Oxford, Leicester & Harris Manchester, Oxford

MGL

Hatfield Polytechnic & U.C.L.E.S.

JLM

Southampton

MG LLOYD (OM)

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JL MAJOR

+

EAL

o

Geography

JJWEM JJWE MAJOR (OM) Leeds

Housemaster of No.2 Spanish & French

WJM WJ MATHEWS 7 + Modern Languages Nottingham & Bath + German French DMM DM McCARRY Leicester & Bristol

o

SP McDADE

English

SPM

Royal Academy of Music

Music

TM

Shinshu

AM2

Birmingham & St Andrews

PWM

St John’s, Cambridge & Roehampton

RN

Manchester & IE London

MJN

Southampton Solent & Aberdeen

MJ NARDONE

Housemistress of No.8 Business Studies

JAN

JA NEWMAN

English

Warwick & Bristol

T McKAY

o

Japanese

A MERRICK

+

Biology

PW MORTON R NEEDHAM

5

7

English

5

Geography

+

o

TPN TP NEWMAN Exeter & Hughes Hall, Cambridge

Chemistry Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

DOK

Philosophy & RS

UCL & Hughes Hall, Cambridge

FCP

King’s, London

FC PACKHAM

Housemistress of No.3 Chemistry

KRCP

KRC PACKHAM

+

Director of Drama

Loughborough, O.U. & G.S.A.

TP

o

Russian

St Petersburg

SP

o

German

Augsburg, Birmingham, Aberystwyth & Worcester

EP

Exeter and Reading

D O’KEEFFE

2

T PAIN S PARG E PARKER

3

+

EH o

11

Geography


MALP MAL PHILLIPS Gonville & Caius, Cambridge

Music

CP

Art

University of Wales, Aberystwyth & Bath Spa

DJR

Exeter & St Anne’s, Oxford

Head of Sixth Form Mathematics

LJR

LJ RICKARDS

Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Aberdeen, Sheffield Hallam

C PRITCHARD

8

DJ REID

+

SH +

o

FMR FM RIX Exeter & O.U.

Mathematics SEN Classroom Teaching Advisor

PSR

Medellin

Teacher of Spanish Spanish Assistant

JAOR

King’s, London

JAO RUSSELL

History i/c of Pupil Exchanges

LGR

LG RYBARCZYK

Mathematics, Life Skills

Swansea

FS

Cambridge

ES

Parma

LSS

Manchester Metropolitan & Salford

AIS

Girton, Cambridge & Nottingham

A-I SHARP

Housemistress of No.4 English, Drama

DS

Dr D SIBTHORPE

Biology

Hertfordshire, Anglia, Wadham, Oxford, Darwin,

Cambridge, St Andrews, Dundee & Warwick

MS

Leeds

PS ROFFEY

F SAGERS

1 EH, 8 o

E SELVATICO LS SHALES

M SMITH

o o

Assistant Head of English, EPQ

8

Italian, Spanish

EH

Design & Technology

SH

4

o

Mathematics

RPS Dr RP STAFFORD Queen’s, Belfast

Mathematics, Careers (Work Experience) Director of the Sixth Form Centre

MES

Psychology, EPQ Co-Ordinator

ME STEPHEN

o

Bath Spa

WMLS Dr WML STEPHEN Bristol & Warwick

2

DAS DA STOKES + Royal College of Art BAS2 BA SWART + Cape Town 12

Chemistry Director of Art, Design & Technology Head of Lower School Mathematics


KAT

Westfield, London

KA TAYLOR

o

Learning Enhancement

CJT

Exeter

+

Mathematics

RGT

Peterhouse, Cambridge +

+

Classics Careers

JMT

Birmingham & Buckingham

JM TURNBULL

PE

HMV

Lyon & York

SV

Christ Church, Oxford

CJ THOMAS

9

RG THURLOW

8

HM VARLEY Dr S VAUGHAN

2

+

German Chemistry

CPJW CPJ WASTIE Southbank, Greenwich & Exeter SJW2 SJ WASTIE o Nottingham, Chester & Keele

Biology, Environmental Systems Co-ordinator of the D of E Award Scheme Biology

MDW MD WATSON Bath & Brunel

o

Learning Enhancement

NVW

+

Science Chemistry

Dr NV WATSON

Bristol & Loughborough

PGRW PGR WEBB o Lyon

French Assistant

BMW

English

Sydney

CAW

Worcester & Buckingham

AJW

Dr BM WELLS CA WEST

5

+

6

AJ WHARTON

Westminster, Oxford, Homerton, Cambridge & Leicester

Director of Sport PE Housemaster of No.1 Religious Studies Acting Chaplain

RNW2 RN WHITEHEAD 9 Queen’s, Oxford, St Antony’s, Oxford & Buckingham

SENCO Learning Enhancement, ToK, German

PMW

L.S.E. & UCL (IoE)

PM WICKES

Housemaster of No.9 Economics, Politics & ToK

RHW

Exeter & Buckingham

RH WILKINS

EH

Learning Enhancement, PE Deputy SENCO

AW

A WILSON

9

Economics

Bristol

JW

EH

Mathematics

Rhodes

RBW

Dr RB WINWOOD

Mathematics

Bristol, U.M.I.S.T. & Green, Oxford

J WILSON

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STW

Liverpool John Moores, Coventry

ST WOODWARD

& Buckingham

SGW

Sheffield

YHW

YH WU

SG WOODWARD

1

PE

1

History

o

Chinese

VY V YOUNG Design and Technology Nottingham Trent + Life and Key Skills Co-ordinator E-safety Co-Ordinator

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SUPPORT STAFF BURSAR

GRH Ralphs

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTANT FEE ACCOUNTANT PAYROLL OFFICER ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT

KE Collyer IP Gearey SJ Chadwick LO Cooper J L Smith RJ Flanagan

HEAD OF HUMAN RESOURCES HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISOR HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT

KEH Tripp JC Richards SL Johns PS Hancock

DOMESTIC BURSAR DOMESTIC BURSAR’S ASSISTANTS

LA Davies HJ Tomkins B Cook

HEALTH & SAFETY CO-ORDINATOR

DJ Landon

ESTATES BURSAR ESTATES ADMIN ASSISTANT

DJ Landon N Embley

HEAD GROUNDSMAN FACILITIES MANAGER TRANSPORT MANAGER

MC Evans MG Wheeler PJ Beales

HEAD GARDENER

M Cleaver

HEAD PORTER PROCTOR

AC Wanklin CJ Rickards

REGISTRAR DEPUTY REGISTRAR REGISTRY ASSISTANTS TOUR GUIDES

Mr G Vosper-Brown TJ Newnham J Burston PA Jackson

MARKETING MANAGER ASSISTANT MARKETING MANAGER DIGITAL MARKETING OFFICER

LC Murtagh EP Cording GA Stringer

CHAPLAIN

The Reverend David Ibbotson (from January 2019)

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MEE Busby

M Cripwell LA Ralphs S Underwood J Wilson


LIBRARIAN LIBRARY ASSISTANT

HE Jones SL Collett

EXAMINATIONS OFFICER RECEPTIONISTS

JM King HJ Chapman AG Nakorn DA Armon-Jones

SCHOOL SECRETARY: SMT & COMMON ROOM BURSAR’S SECRETARY SENIOR DEPUTY HEAD’S SECRETARY MUSIC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR

KE Tudor SM Pickett NJ Seed DL Arthur

MIS MANAGER

DJ Angus

MIS ADMINISTRATOR

RE Wilkins

MEDICAL OFFICERS

Dr SD Roberts Dr G Henry

NURSE MANAGER VACCINATION NURSES NURSES HEALTHCARE ASSISTANT

MJ Tillman S Johnson L Owen C Barry S Theakston L Harris

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS LIAISON RUGBY HEAD COACH: HOCKEY FOOTBALL FOOTBALL (GIRLS) NETBALL GOLF CRICKET TENNIS (BOYS) TENNIS (GIRLS) ATHLETICS (GIRLS) ATHLETICS (BOYS) CROSS-COUNTRY ELITE PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME STRENGTH & CONDITIONING HEAD COACH: RACKETS & CRICKET PROFESSIONAL SHOOTING SWIMMING

MM Cox

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NR Tisdale MR Moss MW Cleal JA Gauci RH Wilkins JD Cox MEA Hardinges RG Thurlow RL Gwilliam JM Turnbull ST Woodward D Lanfear ST Woodward ST Woodward NA Brett J Nichols R Young

L Owen D Thomas D Levermore


SPORTS COACHES

TF Brookes RL Gwilliam JB Swart B McGinty

D Lanfear BR Humphrys RM Lewis R Solvason

OUTDOOR PURSUITS & LEADERSHIP CO-ORDINATOR CCF SSI

JA Watts J Nichols

HEAD OF ICT SERVICES ICT OPERATIONS MANAGER ICT SERVICES ENGINEERS ICT SERVICES TECHNICIANS BOOK ROOM MANAGER

SE Cragg JR Stokes AD Gilmore KA Black

PHOTOCOPYING ART TECHNICIANS DRAMA ASSISTANT COSTUME SUPERVISOR

DA Goodrum

PASTORAL ASSISTANT

F Doherty

SEN ADMINISTRATOR

E George

SCIENCE TECHNICIANS

D Nisbet J Gale Dr CA Haynes EJ Sibthorpe RC Williams VI Tolley

TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN

CA Clarke

COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR

AJ Walker

EVENTS MANAGER COMMERCIAL MARKETING MANAGER EVENTS CO-ORDINATOR

N Cullity AE Underwood BS Avery

DIRECTOR OF GUARDIANSHIP SERVICES GUARDIANSHIP MANAGER GUARDIANSHIP ADMINISTRATOR

AJ Eldridge CE Lloyd BB Jiang

SPORTS COMPLEX OPERATIONS MANAGER

RW Young

MALVERNIAN SOCIETY DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS MALVERNIAN SOCIETY ADMINISTRATOR MALVERNIAN SOCIETY ADMINISTRATOR MALVERNIAN SOCIETY ADMINISTRATOR

P Godsland C Gearey M Balkham CE Harris

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AR Barr S Lodhi

SJ Clay

JE Fellows

C Hodson

HE Hook HL Fryer


HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT SENIOR DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

AR Albright JR Newton FJ Paterson

HOUSE TELEPHONE NUMBERS SH 581560 1 581561 2 581562 3 581563 4 581564

5 581565 6 581566 7 581567 8 581568 9 581569 EH 581630

HOUSE STAFF SCHOOL HOUSE

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemaster: Deputy Housemaster: Tutors:

K Tutcher LE Tilley AL Hutsby DS, GMC, GAH, DJR/SCH, SJ

No.1

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemaster: Deputy Housemaster: Tutors:

AL Hepworth JC Harvey ST Woodward MWC, BSJ, LGR, SGW, BMcG

No.2

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemaster: Deputy Housemaster: Tutors:

K Wykes S Smith-Cooper JR Card NAB, SV, WMLS, JAW, DOK

No.3

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemistress: Deputy Housemistress: Tutors:

BJ Smith KE Lovering TF Brookes JJA, CLB, HEH, RLG, SP

No.4

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemistress: Deputy Housemistress: Tutors:

HM Coffey JJ Beaumont HM Coffey AC, RAEB, MF, LMH, MJS, SR

No.5

Resident Assistant: Assistants to the Housemaster: Deputy Housemaster: Tutors:

PJ Reeve S Hayes-Wilson GF Bilcough MPH, RN, AM2, BMW, CAC1

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No.6

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemistress: Deputy Housemistress: Tutors:

JLR Harris TC Layland F Hardy CEW, SKA, CH2, CEB, SDB1

No.7 Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemaster: Deputy Housemaster: Tutors:

JB Swart CJ Stokes JB Swart MGL, SPM, MMC, PWM, WJM, NRT/MRM

No.8

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemistress: Deputy Housemistress: Tutors:

JA Kings SA Bradley JM Turnbull ES, CP, CRDC, SSC, FS

No.9

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemaster: Deputy Housemaster: Tutors:

SD Barber ML Wickes DJ Kelland RNW2, JMB, DL, CJT, AW, BRH

ELLERSLIE HOUSE

Resident Assistant: Assistant to the Housemistress: Deputy Housemistress: Tutors:

RDA Alexander A Gallop RH Jenkins LSS, MAW, CW, FS, EP

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STUDENT LEADERSHIP SENIOR CHAPEL PREFECT

E.L.A. Calderwood (6)

CHAPEL PREFECTS CHAPEL PREFECT SACRISTAN

A.S. Davison (4) M.F. Lampard (SH) O.T.R. Millard (5) J.S. Wakefield (1) N.R. Yeoward (9)

HEADS OF HOUSE SH No.1 No 2 No.3 No.4 No.5

T.A.J Hubbard U. Ladwa H.J. Queen O.M.B. Hyde P.X. Delingpole J.A. Haynes

No.6 No.7 No.8 No.9 EH

SCHOOL COUNCIL SH N. Liechtenstein No.6 No.1 N.K. Asante No.2 G.H. Standen McDougal No.7 No.3 V.E. Adeyemi No.8 No.4 E. Solvay No.9 No.5 B.W. Merritt S. Aggarwal EH

C. Yip T.M. Wentworth-Fitzwilliam S. Griffiths E.A. Mayell J.F. Jain

F.S.M. Hsu L. Soravia H. Bluck M. Yung J. Bitenyo-Jones C.S.M Izzard X. Yang Zhang

LOWER SCHOOL COUNCIL SH C.L.J Canton-Smith No.6 K.R Holryod T.M.P Kauma B.M Dodhia No.1 R.M Edavalath E.I Elgar V. Ladwa No.7 Z.M Watson No.2 J.D Bedford D. Cheng A.W Narbeth No 8 J.L Martyn-Smith No.3 S.K.S Robert M.S Queen M de Oliveira H.A Sibthorpe No.4 A.M Cole No.9 J.C Stephenson L. Paris Meseguer F.P Tjan No.5 A.J.G Catto J.F Francis H.E.S Sillence EH S. Avanesova L.F Staley C.U Anazodo

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THE CO-CURRICULUM At Malvern College, a pupil’s education is not limited to the academic curriculum. Out of class, the College has much to offer, and there are many opportunities to try new things. This counter-balance is known as the Co-curriculum. The principles underlying the Co-curriculum are twofold: 1. to encourage a balance between creativity, action and service 2. to encourage pupils to engage in new experiences. In each year of the Lower School, a pupil is expected to complete a minimum of 60 hours, distributed evenly between creativity, action and service. In the Sixth Form, a pupil is expected to complete a minimum of 150 hours, distributed as evenly as appropriate between creativity, action and service. The aims are to help pupils to develop: • a willingness to inquire and an enjoyment of discovery • autonomy and self-reliance • an appreciation of their own and others’ talents • knowledge, skills and understanding • an awareness of the wider community At the start of the Autumn Term pupils are given direction on their sporting and service commitments and are allowed a choice of further recreational sports and creative activities. The Co-currIculum is co-ordinated by the Deputy Head: Logistics, Mrs Roberta Keys

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SPORTING ACTIVITIES Malvern College is fortunate in having excellent facilities for a wide variety of sporting activities. Facilities include two tournament quality Rackets courts, four Fives courts, two all-weather pitches (one water-based and one sand-based), thirteen tennis courts and extensive fields. Our Sports Complex contains the following: a double Sports Hall that includes extensive indoor cricket facilities (winter training venue for Worcestershire County Cricket Club); a 25-metre swimming pool, climbing wall, fitness suite, dance studio, two squash courts and shooting range. The Physical Education Department The Physical Education Department comprises six specialists: Miss CA West, Director of Sport, Mr NA Brett, Head of Academic PE, PE teachers Mr JD Cox, MW Cleal, and Mr S T Woodward, plus Mr MM Cox (Director of Sports Liaison). Physical Education Physical Education lessons are an important compulsory element of education at Malvern with most of the FY having at least two 55-minute PE lessons per week. This is additional to co-curricular sport. Official Malvern College PE kit must be worn for lessons and Cocurricular sporting activities. Sporting Co-curricular Programme Competitive school sport and training sessions form an important part of the co-curricular programme at Malvern. During these sport sessions a wide range of activities are available, but the focus is inevitably on the priority sports of Rugby (boys) and Hockey (girls) in the Autumn Term; Football (boys) and Netball (girls) in the Lent Term; and Cricket, Tennis and Athletics in the Summer Term. These and many other sports are played at a competitive level in both the extensive interHouse and inter-school fixture programmes. Official representative kit must be worn.

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SPORT

TERM

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

I/C

Athletics

Summer

spikes, vest

JMT/STW

Badminton

All

provided

CAW

Basketball

All

provided

CAW

Cricket

Summer

whites

MEAH (i/c) NAB (professional)

Cross Country

Autumn & Lent

running shoes, spikes; also desirable: athletics vest

DL

Fencing

All

provided

CAW

Fives

All

equipment supplied

CJT

Football

Lent

boots, shin pads

MWC

Golf

All

preferably you will have your own golf equipment

JDC

Gym

All

gym top

CAW

Hockey (girls)

Autumn

hockey stick, mouth-guard, shin pads

MRM

Hockey (boys)

Lent

hockey stick, mouth-guard, shin pads

MRM

Horseriding

All

helmet

CLB/HMV

Netball

Lent

provided

RHJ

Outdoor Pursuits

All

provided

JAW JJWEM

Rackets

Autumn & Lent

rackets at the courts to use and to buy

NAB

Rugby

Autumn

boots, mouthguards

NRT

Shooting

All

provided

JN

Squash

All

racket

CAW

Swimming

Summer

navy trunks, costumes; caps for girls with long hair

RWY

Tennis (boys)

Summer

racket and whites

RGT/MMC

Tennis (girls)

Summer

racket and whites

RLG

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S E R V I C E

A C T I O N

C R E A T I V I T Y

13:45–15:30 Citizens Science 13:45–15:30 CCF 13:45–15:30 CSV: Service Program 13:45–15:30 CSV: Reading Scheme 13:45–15:30 CSV: Language Club 13:45–15:30 Silver DoE Training 13:45–15:30 D of E Clinic

19:30–21:00 Aston Society 19:30–21:00 Lower School Master Class

Activities in CAPITALS take priority

06:50–07:45 Strength & Conditioning 13:15–18:30 GOLF MATCHES (all) 14:15–15:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–17:15 Football (girls) 16:30–17:30 Swimming team/ recreational 16:30–17:30 Basketball (girls) 16:30–18:30 Rackets (all) 16:30–17:30 Girls Football 16:30–18:30 Horseriding 16:30–18:30 Mountain-biking 18:00–18:30 DoE Drop In 20:30–21:15 1st XI S&C 21:15–22:00 1st XV S&C

06:50–07:45 Strength & Conditioning 13:15–18:00 GOLF MATCHES (Senior) 14:15–16:30 Canoe Polo & Kayaking 14:30–18:00 RACKETS MATCHES 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 HOCKEY 1 (indoor) 14:30–16:00 HOCKEY SENIOR 14:30–16:00 RUGBY SENIOR 14:30–16:00 RUGBY 16 A/B 14:30–16:00 Badminton Senior* 14:30–16:00 Cross-Country Senior* 14:30–16:00 Football Senior recreational* 14:30–16:00 Football Senior (girls) 16:30–17:30 Swimming Senior 16:30–18:00 HOCKEY JUNIOR 16:30–18:00 RUGBY 15 A/B/C 16:30–18:00 RUGBY 14 A/B/C 16:30–18:15 Yoga 16:30–18:30 Lead Climbing 18:00–18:30 DoE Drop In

14:15–15:00 Health & Fitness Club 17:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–18:00 Fives 16:30–18:00 Squash 16:30–18:00 Shooting (Girls and Boys) 16:30–18:00 Rackets 16:30–18:30 Climbing 17:15–18:00 Hockey (boys) (indoor) 18:00–18:30 DoE Drop In 21:00–22:00 1st XV S&C

THURSDAY A

* until Half Term

19:00–20:00 Peer Mentoring 19:00–20:00 Digital Leaders 19:15–20:15 Thrive

14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 RUGBY 15 A/B/C 14:30–16:00 RUGBY 14 A/B/C 14:30–16:00 HOCKEY JUNIOR 16:10–18:00 Horseriding 16:15–17:15 Swimming recreational 16:30–17:50 RUGBY SENIOR 16:30–17:50 RUGBY 16 A/B 16:30–17:50 HOCKEY SENIOR 16:30–17:50 Shooting (Girls and Boys) 16:30–17:50 Football Senior recreational* 16:30–18:30 Climbing 16:30–17:50 Squash 16:30–17:50 Fives 16:30–17:50 Rackets 16:30–18:00 Netball 16:30–18:30 Horseriding 16:30–18:15 Yoga 18:00–18:30 DoE Drop In

16:30–17:45 Bridge Club 16:30–17:30 Philosophy Club 16:30–17:30 Writers’ Inc. 16:30–18:00 Debating Society Junior 16:30–18:00 Art (Studio) 16:30–18:00 Drama (Junior) 16:30–18:00 Chess Club 16:30–18:00 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:00 Silversmithing and Jewellery 16:30–18:00 Design Technology (Workshop) 16:30–18:00 Maths Team Challenge 17:15–18:30 Debating Society Junior 16:30–18:30 Music Practice 18:00–18:40 CHAMBER CHOIR 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

‘C’, ‘A’ or ‘S’ indicates the priority for the day

14:50–16:05 Speech and Drama 14:50–18:00 Life Drawing 14:50–18:00 Art (Studio) 14:50–18:30 Music Practice 16:30–17:15 Science Club 16:30–17:15 GRADE V THEORY 16:30–17:15 Politcs & Foreign Affairs Society 16:30–17:20 JAZZ BAND 16:30–17:30 Robotics & Coding Club 16:30–18:00 Qinetiq Y Eng Scheme 16:30–18:00 Fashion & Textiles 16:30–18:00 Philosophy Club 17:30–18:30 ORCHESTRA 19:00–20:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 19:00–19:45 Law Group 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

14:10–18:30 Music Practice 16:30–17:25 Technology IB 16:30–18:00 Art (Studio Cover) 16:30–18:00 Design Technology (Workshop) 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:15 SENIOR DRAMA 17:30–18:30 Dance 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

16:10–17:30 Model United Nations 16:30–17:15 Grade V Theory 16:30–17:15 CONCERT BAND 16:30–17:15 CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 16:30–18:00 Art (Studio Cover/Planned Demonstration) 16:30–18:00 Technology (Morgan Kart Club/ Workshop Cover) 16:30–18:00 Photography 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:15 Music Practice 16:30–18:15 Technical Theatre 17:15–17:45 ORCHESTRA (STRINGS) 17:15–17:45 BRASS ENSEMBLE 17:45–18:15 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 17:45–18:30 CHAPEL CHOIR 19:00–21:00 Drama 21:00–21:45 Spotlight

WEDNESDAY A

19:30–21:00 Wheeler-Bennett Society

10:00–13:00 Clay Pigeon Shooting 13:30–18:00 Outdoor Pursuits Club Trip 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:00–15:00 Junior S&C Club 14:30–15:30 Swimming recreational 15:00–16:00 1st XI 14:30–15:30 Swimming recreational 19:15–21:00 Canoe Polo (FY, Re)

10:00–18:00 Music Practice 14:00–17:00 Technology (Workshop) 14:00–17:00 Art (Studio)

SUNDAY C

Senior = Hundred Sixth Form

08:10–08:40 School Council

13:15–16:00 HOCKEY 1 13:30–16:00 HOCKEY 2/3/4 13:30–16:00 HOCKEY JUNIOR 14:00–16:00 RUGBY SENIOR 14:00–16:00 RUGBY 16 A/B 14:00–16:00 RUGBY 15 A/B/C 14:00–16:00 RUGBY 14 A/B/C 14:00–16:00 Badminton 14:00–16:00 Squash Ladder 14:00–16:00 Rackets 14:00–16:00 Football Senior recreational 14:00–16:00 Football (girls) 14:00–16:00 Yoga 14:00–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:15–16:00 X-C League 14:30–16:30 Swimming recreational 16:30–17:30 Basketball (boys) 16:30–17:30 Canoeing/kayaking

14:00–18:00 Music Practice

SATURDAY A

Junior = Foundation Year Remove

06:30–07:45 Swimming lanes 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:15–17:15 Netball 16:30–18:00 Rackets 16:30–18:00 Hockey (boys) 17:00–18:00 Basketball (boys) 18:00–21:00 Hockey (girls) JDC/ JAC/JRPC 18:00–18:30 DoE Drop In

16:30–18:00 Art (Studio) 16:30–18:00 Technology (CAD/ Workshop) 16:30–18:00 CAD 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–17:45 Malvern Literary Society 16:30–18:30 Music Practice 17:15–18:30 Debating Society Senior 18:50–19:20 Chapel Choir 19:00–21:00 Drama

FRIDAY C

CO-CURRICULAR TIMETABLE AUTUMN TERM 2018

TUESDAY S

MONDAY C


S E R V I C E

A C T I O N

C R E A T I V I T Y

13:45–15:30 Citizens Science 13:45–15:30 CCF 13:45–15:30 CSV: Service Program 13:45–15:30 CSV: Reading Scheme 13:45–15:30 CSV: Language Club 13:45–15:30 Silver DoE Training 13:45–15:30 D of E Clinic

19:30–21:00 Aston Society 19:30–21:00 Lower School Master Class

Activities in CAPITALS take priority

07:00–07:45 Strength & Conditioning 16:30–17:30 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–17:30 Rugby Sevens 16:30–17:30 DofE Paddle Exped training 16:30–18:30 Mountain-biking 16:30–18:00 Horseriding 16:30–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–17:30 Swimming team/ recreational 16:30–17:30 Basketball (girls) 16:30–18:00 Squash (all) 16:30–18:00 Hockey Junior (boys) 16:30–18:15 Football (girls) (indoor) 16:30–18:30 Rackets (all) 21:00–22:00 Strength & Conditioning

07:00–07:45 Strength & Conditioning 14:00–16:00 Fives 14:15–16:15 Canoe Polo 14:00–18:00 RACKETS MATCHES 14:00–18:30 GOLF MATCHES (Senior) 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 NETBALL SENIOR 14:30–16:00 Football (girls) 14:30–16:00 FOOTBALL SENIOR 14:30–16:00 Hockey Senior (boys) 14:30–16:00 Badminton Senior* 14:30–16:00 Cross-Country Senior* 15:30–16:30 Hockey Senior (indoor)* 16:30–17:30 Swimming Senior 16:30–18:00 NETBALL JUNIOR 16:30–18:00 FOOTBALL JUNIOR 16:30–18:00 Hockey Junior (boys) 16:30–18:00 Climbing 16:30–17:50 Hockey Senior (girls&boys)

14:15–16:15 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–18:00 Fives 16:30–18:00 Squash Senior 16:30–18:00 Shooting Junior 16:30–18:00 Rackets Senior 16:30–18:00 Hockey Junior (boys) 16:30–18:00 Climbing

THURSDAY A

* until Half Term

19:00–20:00 Peer Mentoring 19:00–20:00 Digital Leaders 19:15–20:15 Thrive

14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 FOOTBALL JUNIOR 14:30–16:00 NETBALL JUNIOR 16:30–18:00 Horseriding 16:15–17:15 Swimming recreational 16:30–17:50 FOOTBALL SENIOR 16:30–17:50 NETBALL SENIOR 16:30–17:50 Shooting Senior 16:30–17:50 Climbing 16:30–17:50 Squash 16:30–17:50 Fives 16:30–17:50 Rackets Junior 16:30–17:50 Hockey Senior (girls&boys)

16:00–18:00 Art 16:30–17:30 Writers’ Inc. 16:30–18:00 Print 16:30–18:00 Debating Society Junior 16:30–18:00 Technology 16:30–18:00 Drama (Junior) 16:30–18:00 Chess Club 16:30–18:00 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:00 Morgan Motors Kart Club 16:30–18:00 Maths Team Challenge 16:30–18:00 Philosophy Club 17:00–18:00 DoE Drop In 17:15–18:30 Debating Society Junior 16:30–17:30 Music Theory (lower School) 18:00–18:40 CHAMBER CHOIR 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:00 Art 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

‘C’, ‘A’ or ‘S’ indicates the priority for the day

16:30–17:30 Speech and Drama 16:30–17:30 Life Drawing 16:30–18:00 Art 16:30–18:00 Music Practice 16:30–17:30 Science Club 17:00–18:00 DoE Drop In 17:30–18:30 Music Theory 16:30–17:30 Politcs & Foreign Affairs Society 16:30–17:30 JAZZ BAND 16:30–17:30 Robotics & Coding Club 16:30–18:00 Qinetiq Y Eng Scheme 16:30–18:00 Fashion & Textiles 17:30–18:30 ORCHESTRA 19:00–20:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

14:10–18:30 Music Practice 16:30–17:25 Technology IB 16:00–18:00 Art 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:15 SENIOR DRAMA 16:30–17:30 Music Theory (6th Form) 17:00–18:00 DoE Drop In 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

16:10–17:30 Model United Nations 16:30–17:15 Music Theory 16:30–17:15 CONCERT BAND 16:30–17:15 CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 16:00–18:00 Art 16:30–18:00 Technology 16:30–18:00 Photography 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice 16:30–18:15 Technical Theatre 17:00–18:00 DoE Drop In 17:15–17:45 ORCHESTRA (STRINGS) 17:15–17:45 BRASS ENSEMBLE 17:15–17:45 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 17:45–18:30 CHAPEL CHOIR 19:30–20:30 Choral Society 19:00–21:00 Drama 21:00–21:45 ‘Spotlight’

WEDNESDAY A

19:30–21:00 Wheeler-Bennett Society

11:30–18:00 Outdoor Pursuits 14:00–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:00–18:30 Golf Matches 14:30–15:30 Swimming recreational 14:30–16:00 Rugby Sevens 19:15–21:00 Canoe Polo

14:00–18:00 Music Practice 14:00–17:00 Technology 14:00–17:00 Art

SUNDAY C

Senior = Hundred Sixth Form

08:10–08:40 School Council

13:30–16:00 NETBALL SENIOR 13:30–16:00 NETBALL JUNIOR 14:00–18:00 FOOTBALL (GIRLS) 14:00–15:45 Fives 14:00–18:00 FOOTBALL SENIOR 14:00–18:00 FOOTBALL JUNIOR 14:00–16:00 Badminton 14:00–16:30 Squash 14:00–18:00 Rackets 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 Cross-Country League 14:30–16:30 Swimming recreational 16:30–17:30 Basketball (boys)

14:00–18:00 Music Practice

SATURDAY A

Junior = Foundation Year Remove

06:30–07:30 Swimming lanes 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–18:00 Rackets Senior 17:00–18:00 Basketball (boys) 18:00–21:00 Hockey (girls) JDC/ JRPC

16:30–17:45 Bridge Club 16:00–18:00 Art 16:30–18:00 Technology 16:30–18:00 CAD 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–17:45 Literary Society 16:30–18:30 Music Practice 17:15–18:30 Debating Society Senior 18:50–19:20 Chapel Choir 19:00–21:00 Drama

FRIDAY C

CO-CURRICULAR TIMETABLE LENT TERM 2019

TUESDAY S

MONDAY C


S E R V I C E

A C T I O N

C R E A T I V I T Y

13:45–15:30 Citizens Science 13:45–15:30 CCF 13:45–15:30 CSV: Service Program 13:45–15:30 CSV: Reading Scheme 13:45–15:30 CSV: Language Club 13:45–15:30 Silver DoE Training 13:45–15:30 D of E Clinic

19:30–21:00 Aston Society 19:30–21:00 Lower School Master Class

Activities in CAPITALS take priority

07:00–07:45 Strength & Conditioning 16:30–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–17:30 Kayaking/Canoeing 16:10–18:00 Horseriding 16:30–17:30 Health & Fitness Club 17:30–18:30 Mountain Biking 17:30–18:30 Swimming team/ recreational 17:30–18:30 Football (girls) 16:30–18:00 Squash (all) 16:30–18:00 Tennis Junior (boys) 16:00–21:00 Fly fishing 21:00–22:00 Strength & Conditioning

07:00–07:45 Strength & Conditioning 14:00–18:30 GOLF MATCHES (Senior) 14:15–16:15 Canoe Polo & Kayaking 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 CRICKET SENIOR 14:30–16:00 TENNIS SENIOR (girls) 14:30–16:00 TENNIS SENIOR (boys) 14:30–16:00 ATHLETICS SENIOR 14:30–16:00 Tennis Recreational 14:30–16:00 Badminton Senior 16:30–17:30 Swimming Senior 16:30–18:00 TENNIS JUNIOR (girls) 16:30–18:00 TENNIS JUNIOR (boys) 16:30–18:00 ATHLETICS JUNIOR 16:30–18:00 CRICKET JUNIOR 16:30–17:50 Cricket (girls) 18:00–21:00 Hockey Summer League (girls) 16:30–18:00 Lead Climbing 16:00–16:30 Kayak Rolling Clinic

14:15–16:15 Health & Fitness Club 14:15–16:15 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–18:00 Squash Senior 16:30–18:00 Shooting Junior 16:30–18:00 Climbing Club 17:30–18:00 Tennis Junior (boys) 17:15–18:00 Hockey Indoor (Recreational)

THURSDAY A

* until Half Term

19:00–20:00 Peer Mentoring 19:00–20:00 Digital Leaders 19:15–20:15 Thrive

14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:00 CRICKET JUNIOR 14:30–16:00 TENNIS JUNIOR (girls) 14:30–16:00 TENNIS JUNIOR (boys) 14:30–16:00 ATHLETICS JUNIOR 16:30–18:00 Horseriding 16:15–17:15 Swimming recreational 16:30–17:50 CRICKET SENIOR 16:30–17:50 TENNIS SENIOR (girls) 16:30–17:50 TENNIS SENIOR (boys) 16:30–17:50 ATHLETICS SENIOR 16:30–17:50 Cricket (girls) 16:30–17:50 Tennis Recreational 16:30–17:50 Shooting Senior 16:30–18:00 Climbing 16:30–17:50 Squash (all)

** Only running until examinations

16:30–17:30 Writers’ Inc. 16:30–17:30 Photography 16:30–18:00 Art 16:30–18:00 Technology 16:30–18:00 Drama (Junior) 16:30–18:00 Chess Club 16:30–18:00 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:00 Morgan Motors Kart Club 16:30–18:00 Maths Team Challenge 16:30–17:30 Music (Theory) Seniors 16:30–18:30 Music Practice 18:00–18:40 CHAMBER CHOIR 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:00 Art** 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

‘C’, ‘A’ or ‘S’ indicates the priority for the day

16:30–17:30 Arts Award 16:30–17:30 Speech and Drama 16:30–17:30 Life Drawing 16:30–17:30 Art 16:30–17:30 Music Practice 16:15–17:15 Science Club 16:30–17:15 GRADE V THEORY 16:30–17:20 JAZZ BAND 16:30–17:30 Robotics & Coding Club 16:30–18:00 Qinetiq Y Eng Scheme 16:30–18:00 Fashion & Textiles 17:30–18:25 ORCHESTRA 19:00–20:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

14:10–18:30 Music Practice 16:30–17:25 Technology IB 16:30–17:30 Medical Society 16:30–18:00 Art 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:15 SENIOR DRAMA 16:30–17:30 Music (Theory) Seniors 17:30–18:30 Dance 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:30 Music Practice

16:30–17:15 Grade V Theory 16:30–17:15 Politcs & Foreign Affairs Society 16:30–17:15 CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 16:30–17:20 CONCERT BAND 16:30–17:30 Photography 16:30–18:00 Art 16:30–18:00 Technology 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–18:15 Music Practice 16:30–18:15 Technical Theatre 16:30–18:00 Philosophy Club 17:10–17:40 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 17:15–17:45 ORCHESTRA (STRINGS) 17:15–17:45 BRASS ENSEMBLE 16:30–17:30 MUN 17:45–18:25 CHAPEL CHOIR 19:00–21:00 Drama 21:00–21:45 ‘Spotlight’

WEDNESDAY A

19:30–21:00 Wheeler-Bennett Society

11:30–18:00 Outdoor Pursuits 11:30–18:30 Golf Matches 13:00–18:00 Outdoor Pursuits Club 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 15:15–16:15 Swimming recreational 15:00–16:15 Rugby 19:30–21:00 Canoe Polo

14:00–17:00 Technology 14:00–17:00 Art 14:00–18:00 Music Practice

SUNDAY C

Senior = Hundred Sixth Form

08:10–08:40 School Council

11:00–18:30 CRICKET 1 13:15–18:00 Outdoor Pursuits Club 14:00–18:30 CRICKET 2/3 14:00–18:30 CRICKET JUNIOR 14:00–18:30 ATHLETICS 14:00–16:00 Tennis recreational 14:00–18:00 TENNIS SENIOR (girls) 14:00–18:00 TENNIS SENIOR (boys) 14:00–18:00 TENNIS JUNIOR (girls) 14:00–18:00 TENNIS JUNIOR (boys) 14:15–18:00 Health & Fitness Club 14:30–16:30 Swimming recreational 16:30–17:30 Basketball (boys)

14:00–18:00 Music Practice

SATURDAY A

Junior = Foundation Year Remove

07:00–07:45 Swimming lanes 14:15–16:30 Health & Fitness Club 16:30–18:00 Rackets Senior 17:00–18:00 Basketball (boys) 18:00–21:00 Hockey (girls) JDC/ JAPC 16:30–18:00 Hockey (Juniors Mixed)

16:30–18:00 Art 16:30–18:00 Technology 16:30–18:00 CAD 16:30–18:15 Speech and Drama 16:30–17:45 Literary Society 16:30–18:30 Music Practice 17:15–18:30 Debating Society 18:50–19:20 Chapel Choir 19:00–21:00 Drama 19:00–21:00 Music Practice

FRIDAY C

CO-CURRICULAR TIMETABLE SUMMER TERM 2019

TUESDAY S

MONDAY C


RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES The Chapel was designed by Arthur Blomfield, R.A. and was dedicated in 1899. It is the focal point of the religious and corporate life of the College and the services follow the Anglican tradition. Weekday Chapel in particular is designed to be relevant and helpful to members of all faith traditions. Saturday Services All members of the College, together with their families, friends and visitors, are welcome at Saturday worship. On a typical Saturday the service is at 08:25, consisting Eucharist Service Morning Prayer. The service includes hymns and anthems led by the Chapel Choir and an address from the Chaplain, a member of the College or a visiting speaker. It is possible for pupils to attend a local Church on Sundays in addition to College Chapel commitments. Please ask the Chaplain for details. Weekday Chapel The normal pattern of services is as follows:  Monday

08:25

Sixth Form Headmaster’s Assembly

Tuesday      

08:25       Lower School Headmaster’s Assembly

Wednesday           

No Chapel

Thursday        

College Chapel

08:25

Friday                        

No Chapel

Saturday         

College Chapel

08:25

Special Occasions On Remembrance Sunday (the Sunday nearest to 11th November) there are two formal Services of Remembrance in Chapel as well as an Act of Remembrance including the two minutes’ silence around St George outside Main Building. On Advent Sunday the College holds a service of Advent Carols and Readings at our parish church, Great Malvern Priory. In the summer term, on the Saturday which marks the start of the half-term break, we hold our annual Commemoration Service in Great Malvern Priory. Parents and friends of the College are warmly invited to attend these services. At the end of the Autumn Term several carol services take place, including a Service of Nine Lessons and Carols (at which the public are welcome) and the school’s own carol service. A service for Sixth Form leavers takes place at the end of the Summer Term in the College Chapel. Preparatory and pre-preparatory pupils have their Carol Service in the Chapel each year.

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Confirmation Pupils are prepared for Confirmation in the Church of England. The Confirmation service takes place in the Lent Term for 2019. Early in the Autumn Term pupils are invited to register interest in Confirmation classes, which take place during the Autumn and Lent Terms. The Crypt Chapel This small Chapel, like the main Chapel, is open during the day. Pupils are encouraged to use it as a place of quiet, for reflection, meditation or prayer. Occasional evening services of Holy Communion may also take place here. The Chaplaincy The Reverend David Ibbotson

Telephone: 01684 581540

Acting Chaplain Adam Wharton

Telephone: 01684 581561

Any member of the College or their family is welcome to talk to the Chaplain in confidence on pastoral matters relating to the College or their personal life, or to seek spiritual advice or support.

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ART CENTRE

Open: Monday–Friday 08:45 – 18:00

Sunday 14:00 – 17:00 The following CCAs are also offered in the department:

Art:

Monday – Friday 16:30 – 18:00

Art is usually held in the upstairs studio and students may work in a wide range of fine art media including charcoal, pencil, ink, watercolours, gouache, poster, pastels, oils, collage and acrylic. Students may work on individually negotiated projects or may develop work started in class. Digital imaging is also available, using packages such as Photoshop, students will have the opportunity to learn and apply digital imaging as a creative tool. Pupils will have the chance to learn a number of intaglio and relief printmaking processes and spend time in the print room developing their work. This will take place in the print studio. Focused workshops are timetabled throughout the Autumn and are open for all students to attend.

Photography:

Tuesday 16:30 – 18:00

An opportunity for all pupils wishing to develop skills in photography in the contexts of traditional and digital photography, and darkroom techniques. This will take place in the downstairs studio.

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DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY CENTRE The Design and Technology Department offers pupils the opportunity to get ‘hands on’ experience of materials and processes from the traditional to the latest technologies. All pupils have Design and Technology classes in the Foundation Year. Through activities that focus on designing and making, they discover the wide variety of opportunities to be creative designers, makers or engineers. At GCSE the department offers subject specialisms including Resistant Materials, Graphic Products and Fashion Textiles. The department contains an impressive range of workshop equipment including a jewellery and silversmithing workshop, metalworking facilities including a forge and foundry area, woodworking area, plastic working area, textiles workshop, CNC machines, laser cutter, 3D Printers and a dedicated Computer Aided Design suite. The department operates an ‘open all hours’ policy where pupils are welcome in the centre between 4.15 and 6.00 pm Monday to Friday, Wednesday evening 7.30 to 9.00pm and between 2.00 and 5.00 pm on Sundays. Pupils are able to use the facilities to complete coursework or design and make items for themselves using the resources available. Structured Co-curricular activities are offered throughout the week and include Fashion Club, Jewellery and CAD. Scholars also have a dedicated evening session to enhance their development.

ICT The College has an extensive network of Macintosh computers running Mac OS X, of which there is one in each house for pupil use. There are also pupil-accessible machines in the library. All College Buildings, including the Boarding Houses, are covered by a wireless network which pupils may use to access College network-based resources, and the internet. Your network account will be already active when you arrive on campus. Your Housemaster/ Housemistress will give your username and password to you. All Foundation Year and Remove Pupils follow a circus of creative ICT courses including podcasting, video and digital imaging. If you need assistance with any ICT-related matter, please contact the ICT Services department in Radnor Cottage, adjacent to the Geography department. They are open from 8.00 am to 5.30 pm Monday to Friday and 08:30 to 12:30 on Saturday (term time only). The College’s policy and rules for the acceptable use of ICT are set out in the Policy on the Acceptable Use of ICT and E-Safety on the College website.

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DRAMA Malvern College Drama Department is a thriving creative force within the community of the College, providing cultural nourishment for our pupils whilst stimulating their artistic self. Drama at Malvern provides every pupil with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and experience of drama, both from a historical and a practical perspective, whilst developing skills and talents in various aspects of the theatrical process. These opportunities are provided both within and outside the academic curriculum. The College’s Rogers Theatre, a former gymnasium and Boxing ring, lies at the heart of the department’s activities, and is equipped with a range of lanterns and fully computerised control equipment. Stage design and set construction are well catered for and there is a large and varied stock of costumes. Pupils are encouraged to play a full part in all aspects of theatre, whether as actor, stage manager, costume assistant or technician. Drama is vibrant and plentiful outside of the academic timetable and there is a framework of productions provided throughout the year. Keen dramatists in the Upper Sixth present a valedictory production in October and a large-scale major presentation (Musical or Play) is staged in late November by members of the Lower Sixth and Hundred; a Remove production is staged in January, followed by the House-based, one-act play competition in the Lent term; in the Summer term the Foundation Year (Year 9) present a drama production. Biannually a Drama Scholars’ play is performed. Speech and Drama lessons are available by request and are taught in the Music School. Pupils receive coaching and preparation for LAMDA awards or local drama festivals. A programme of live theatre visits to Stratford, London, Cheltenham and Malvern is offered to students of drama. Whatever your interest, whatever your talent, the Drama department will support you in your endeavours. There are many ways to become involved, requiring various levels of time and commitment yet being involved in Drama activities often prove to be some of the most rewarding time spent at the college providing life-long memories.

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MUSICAL ACTIVITIES Orchestras and Ensembles A variety of groups meet on a weekly basis giving concerts within school and locally: Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band and Intermediate Ensemble as well as a variety of smaller groups. Please contact the Director of Music if you would like to join an ensemble and have not received information about rehearsal times during the first week of term. Singing There is a Chapel Choir of some 120 pupils that sings on most Saturdays during term and at Full College Chapels. The Chapel Choir meets for a weekly 40-minute rehearsal on Thursdays. In addition there is a 24-voice Chamber Choir that sings services and gives concerts within school and further afield. During the Autumn and Lent Terms all pupils, staff and parents are invited to sing with the College Choral Society which gives an annual performance of a major choral work in March. Learning Instruments If you do not already learn a musical instrument, there is plenty of chance to start here. The College has many instruments, which can be borrowed by beginners. Come and talk to the Director of Music, Mr Jonathan Brown, at any time, if you think you would like to take up an instrument. Parental permission will be needed in writing (letter, fax or email) because tuition will incur a charge on the fee account. If at any time a pupil wishes to stop lessons, parents must send written notice to the Director of Music before the start of term in order to cease lessons at the end of that term. Concerts Trips are often organised to concerts in the town and elsewhere. The cost is normally charged on the end-of-term fee account. Full details appear in the termly Music Diary.

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LIBRARY

Librarian: Mrs HE Jones

Assistant Librarian: Mrs S L Collett

Opening Times The library is open throughout the school day and during Hall in the evenings. Books may be borrowed when the librarians are present:

Monday to Friday

08:30 – 21:00

Saturday

08:30 – 12:05

Resources The library provides resources to all pupils and staff. It covers the range of curriculum subjects as well as fiction and leisure interests. Resources include: • B ooks. We have approximately 23500 books. Most of these are available for loan except those which are marked “Reference”. • N ewspapers and magazines. We take five daily and six weekly English newspapers. We also subscribe to German and Chinese newspapers, and over fifty magazines (including French, German, Spanish, Russian and Italian editions). • C omputers. There are six computers in the Lower Grundy, and twenty laptops available for use in the Upper Grundy, all of which are connected to the school network and the internet, and to the printers, colour and black and white. • D VDs. There is a growing collection of DVDs available for short-term loan. These are also available on Malvern TV. How to find Resources Fiction is located in the recently refurbished Lower Grundy and is arranged alphabetically by author’s surname. Non-fiction is shelved in the Upper Grundy apart from English Literature which is in the Gaunt Centre. Non-fiction is arranged by subject. It is important that books are shelved in the correct place after use. If in doubt please leave them out for the librarian to put away. Resources can be searched for by accessing the catalogue on the library website: http://library. malcol.org. You can search for resources by subject, keyword, topic, title, author, publisher and series. You can also manage your own account by renewing and reserving books.

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Borrowing books and videos Your access card will also act as your library card and should be produced each time you wish to borrow a book. Resources borrowed will be scanned and stamped with the date for return. Failure to do so will set off the security alarms! Books are normally issued for two weeks and DVDs for three days. You will receive an overdue notice for resources that are not returned promptly. We ask you to respond to these quickly, either by returning or renewing your books. We do not charge fines for overdue books but you will be charged replacement costs for lost items. You may request books not already held by the library and we will purchase any resource we think appropriate. Alternatively, we may borrow expensive or out-of-print items from the British Library. Using the Library We would very much like to welcome you to use the library and we aim to make it a pleasant and stimulating environment. The layout of the Upper Grundy is more formal and suitable for intensive study whilst the easy chairs and sofas in the Gaunt Centre and Lower Grundy make for more comfortable reading areas. We ask that you respect the needs of other library users and remember that the library is a place for quiet study and reading. The librarians, Mrs Jones and Mrs Collett, may be contacted by email at any time on library@ malcol.org You will be given an introduction to the library and its services and will receive ongoing guidance throughout your school career during library-based departmental and tutorial activities on how to find and use the most suitable library resources. And finally... A reminder that we are here to help you – please ask!

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LEARNING ENHANCEMENT Do you have concerns about any aspect of your learning skills? Would you like help with your, personal organisation, essay writing, reading skills, handwriting, spelling, ability to focus, ability to revise effectively, or with the management of stress? You may wish to visit the Learning Enhancement Department for friendly, helpful advice and/or training to improve a skill. The department has a team of specially trained staff based in the welcoming and comfortable surroundings of 6.1 (in The Lees) which is open throughout the academic day. You can pop in for a chat or make an appointment by email (Mr Whitehead or Mrs Wilkins – senco@ malcol.org) or phone (extension 610). You can ask your tutor, Housem, parent or a teacher, to make a referral on your behalf or you can just drop by. If you have a special educational need (e.g. dyslexia), see the College’s SEN and Learning Difficulties Policy for further information. There are also pupils without special educational needs who receive Learning Enhancement tuition for a period of time and find it useful.

ISSUE OF BOOKS New books will be issued by set teachers in the first few days of term. Pupils should write their names in each book unless they are aware they may be changing sets in that subject. Occasionally a pupil may have older brothers or sisters in the school who have copies of the books required, in which case the set teacher should be informed. Books which are much written on or which have been badly treated will not be bought back as second-hand, nor will any book that has been written over with a biro or in ink, correction fluid or highlighter pen or any book that will not be required the following year. Books are the property of a pupil’s parents and as such cannot be sold by one pupil to another. Pupils should be encouraged to return used books to the Book Room for resale as soon as they have finished using them and not wait until they are just about to leave the school. A4 Note Paper (called Hall Pads). These may initially be obtained from Housemasters and Housemistresses. It should be emphasised that they are costly and should on no account be wasted. When ordering books from Mr Clay in the Book Room it is most important that House, Name and Initials are printed clearly in block capitals on the order form provided. Replacement book orders must be countersigned by the Housemaster/Housemistress. Any other book orders must be countersigned by the subject teacher. Many items of stationery can be purchased from the Book Room at lower than shop prices.

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THE GRUB

Monday

10:30  –  11:10

16:10  –  18:00

Tuesday

10:30  –  11:10

15:30  –  17:10

Wednesday 10:30  –  11:10

15:30  –  18:00

Thursday

10:30  –  11:10

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The Grub is closed on Fridays before Leave-out weekends and Half Terms. All sorts of food are available, but if there is something that is not in stock this can often be ordered. Pupils may bring their parents to tea in the Grub at any time they like, though it is advisable to give warning first.

STARBUCKS OPENING TIMES

Monday to Saturday

14:00 – 18:00

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14:00 – 16:00

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MEDICAL TREATMENT At times outside the normal house surgery hours, if someone is ill he/she should contact the Housem’s assistant, the Housem, or any adult on duty or the same people in any nearby House The College Medical Officers hold a surgery at 08:15 Monday to Friday. This is held in the Medical Centre. Qualified nurses are on duty 24 hours a day. 22:00 to 06:00 is for emergencies only Medical Officers: Dr. Sarah Roberts, Dr. George Henry Dr. Roberts’ surgery: Dr. Henry’s surger: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Thursday The nurses at the Medical Centre are available outside surgery hours for pupils who may wish to discuss personal matters and health issues. This is a confidential service. Please avoid meal times if possible, unless urgent. In an emergency, the Medical Centre is open all through the day or night. On the games fields, a pupil who feels ill should contact the nearest available member of staff. On match days the College retains the service of a trained paramedic. Pupils who are unfit to play games at any time must be in possession of an off-games chit produced by the College Medical Officer. This chit must subsequently be signed by the pupil’s Housem and taken to every games commitment. Services available • health promotion and confidential advice • emergency contraception • repeat prescriptions • travel health advice and routine childhood vaccinations by designated travel health nurse • p re-medical examinations or reports for scuba-diving trips, foreign exchanges and university applications • e mail service available for ordering repeat prescriptions, making appointments and any other queries – medicalcentre@malcol.org

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COUNSELLING The College has a drop-in service where pupils may go to seek support, reassurance and understanding on any issue that causes concern. It does not have to be a huge personal crisis but could be a relatively simple matter of talking a problem through with someone who is independent from the College in order to obtain another view. The Drop-In is staffed by highly trained and experienced Counsellors who are able to provide private and confidential help and support on virtually any issue of concern to pupils. Typical issues the Counsellors might help with include study stress, social problems, organizational skills, assertiveness, homesickness and family problems. The service is freely available to all pupils on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, from 4.30 to 5.30 pm, and is to be found in the Medical Centre. Pupils may simply turn up without an appointment to see a Counsellor. Alternatively, appointments may be made for mutually convenient times outside the DropIn times. This may be arranged directly via email, phone or text or through the Medical Centre staff. You can arrange to see a Counsellor out of school at an alternative venue. The first three appointment-based counselling sessions are also free of charge. No problem is too small or too big! Sometimes it is just good to talk through a problem with a sympathetic listener or to be able to explore an issue in more depth. For appointments contact Jane Humphreys Email: humphreysjane@aol.com Tel: 07971 335 908

PHYSIOTHERAPY Based in the Sports Complex Parental consent is required for physiotherapy Mary Barnes Tel: 07583 865 321

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PASTORAL CARE Malvern College has a wealth of opportunities waiting for you – in terms of appropriate academic challenges and a vast range of co-curricular activities. However, life can generate numerous challenges of its own, particularly when going through the process of development from adolescence to adulthood. There are many ways of making this transition as enjoyable as possible and this publication is designed to provide information about the structures in place at Malvern to do just that. The ‘Malvern Qualities’, developed during your time here, will help you take advantage of opportunities and ‘ride out the bumps’ on the way. Any well-ordered community has a framework in place to guide its members. Malvern has a system of rewards and sanctions which recognises positive contributions to the community and signals what we deem to be unacceptable. Above this clear foundation, there are many layers of guidance available, as you develop skills relating to working with others, enjoying positive relationships, taking responsibility and showing leadership. Each pupil has a Housem – the Housemistress or Housemaster – who will oversee your progress through the College and who will help prepare you for when you finish your school education. The Deputy Housem will also work closely with you. You will see your Housem or Deputy Housem everyday. In the House, there are also the assistants and tutors who are always willing to answer questions or give advice. In addition to the House team, you will have a form tutor who will also support and guide you. You will be in contact with your form tutor at least twice per week. Class teachers and academic departments are also available to help, with many running clinics to provide extra academic support. Mrs Bijl is the College Designated Safeguarding Lead and her role is to ensure that you are safe and supported appropriately. She is in charge of the counselling team, independent confidential counsellors who run a drop-in service. She works closely with the Medical Centre. Matters discussed with the Medical Staff remain confidential. The College Chaplain is responsible for the spiritual life of the College community and a member of the Pastoral Team. A sense of spiritual awareness is as important as academic achievement and good physical health to be a well-balanced individual. The Chaplain is available to offer support, guidance and counselling as appropriate. There are also two adult independent listeners who can be contacted by students. Details of how to do this are displayed in the Houses. The Head of Sixth Form (Mr Reid), the Head of Lower School (Mrs Swart), Deputy Head of Sixth Form (Mr Hutsby) Deputy Head of Lower School (Mrs Brighton-Goedhals), and the Pre-Sixth Co-ordinator (Mrs Cage) also provide a valuable level of support and they will be introduced to you at the beginning of the academic year. As well as having individual staff for support, you will follow a Life Skills course. This provides information to allow you to make informed choices about your lifestyle and will answer key questions you may have on a vast range of topics, from how to choose universities to how to deal with bullying. Sometimes you will want to talk to fellow pupils rather than a member of staff. The Senior Prefects of the College (known as Chapel Prefects) will visit the Houses and are always available to talk. There are trained Peer Mentors in each House who also provide such a service. They can help on a wide range of issues and will always be happy to listen. Your Head of House, their Deputies and your Lower School and School Council representatives would also welcome


the chance to hear your views and would be very willing to do whatever they can to ensure your time at Malvern is fulfilling and happy. The friends that you make will always be an important part of your well-being and happiness and many will remain with you for your lifetime. Some of your friendships may develop into closer personal relationships. Because sexual intimacy at this stage has the potential to lead to pressure or even exploitation of others, and because there are also potential legal implications resulting from sexual intimacy with/between persons under 18 years old, we are sure that you will understand that school is not a place for sexual intimacy, and our hope is that your life at Malvern will foster broad friendship groups rather than exclusive relationships. Severe sanctions, including permanent exclusion, can result from failure to heed this rule. Personal displays of affection are not appropriate during the school day. Remember to avoid doing anything that will cause embarrassment to others, such as kissing in public. As in all aspects of life, you must be aware of, and respect, the feelings of others. The most important aspect of a successful, fulfilled life at Malvern is the ability to communicate with others. If you are unsure about anything, please ask. If you feel that something is unfair, if you do not understand the reasoning behind something, please seek an answer. Dwelling on problems and repressing questions resolves nothing. Communicating with your peers and staff is a vital part of your development and also your day-to-day happiness. Then, when you leave Malvern, equipped with the ‘Malvern Qualities’, you will be an adult, articulate and able to listen, principled and courteous, independent-minded but ready to help others. You will be prepared for life ahead. Peer Mentors The Peer Mentors (PMs) are a group of senior pupils who are trained to help fellow pupils, of whatever age, with a wide range of issues, from social problems and study stresses to personal organisation and timekeeping. They provide a confidential and discreet service to other pupils. The PMs are all friendly and approachable pupils who really understand the everyday problems of boarding school life. They are there to help and support you and, if for any reason they are not able to do this, they will know whom to turn to for advice. There is a team of dedicated members of the teaching staff who in turn support and guide the Peer Mentors. There are at least two PMs in each House (although some Houses have many more than this), and they may be identified by the circular dark green badge that they wear on their lapels. Their photos are on the Peer Mentors’ notice board in Main College as well as on the House notice board. You can drop by informally to see them, just as you would a friend. Do use them! They are there to help.

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OTHER HELP AVAILABLE College Head of Safeguarding (Designated Safeguarding Lead) Mrs Bijl – 01684 581609 – ipmb@malcol.org – Pavilion Safeguarding Office (or Learning Enhancement Dept.) College Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead Mr Newman – 01684 581656 or 581609 – tpn@malcol.org – Pavilion Safeguarding Office (or Chemistry dept.)  E-safety Co-ordinator Mrs Young – 01684 581566 or 581543 – vy@malcol.org – Pavilion Safeguarding Office (or DT dept. or House 6). Pastoral/Safeguarding Team Mrs Angus – Senior Deputy Head – 01684 581504 – sga@malcol.org – Main Building Mr Faulkner – Deputy Head Pastoral – 01684 581691 – lf@malcol.org – Biology Dept. College Chaplain – 01684 581 540 Worcestershire Children’s Services Family Front Door – 01905 822 666 College Counsellor Jane Humphreys – 07971 335908 – humphreysjane@aol.com Counselling Drop-In Service (no appointment necessary) Monday and Wednesday, 4.30  –  5.30 pm in the Medical Centre College Medical Centre 01684 581 535 Nurse Manager: Mrs Mel Tillman – nursemanager@malcol.org College’s Independent Listeners Mrs Angela Lafferty – 01684 577478 Reverend Tim Wright – 01684 541102 College Safeguarding Governors Professor Ken Davey Mrs Fiona Bridge Mrs Sue Raby-Smith

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RELATIONSHIPS AND SEX POLICY 1.

Context This policy was developed in response to Sex & Relationship Education Guidance (DfES 2000), the National Teenage Pregnancy Strategy, and National Healthy Schools Programme. The friends that pupils make at Malvern will always be an important part of each individual’s well-being and happiness. Some friendships may develop into closer personal relationships. As sexual intimacy at this stage has the potential to lead to pressure or even exploitation of others, and because there are also potential legal implications resulting from sexual intimacy with/between persons under 18 years old, school is not a place for sexual intimacy. Severe sanctions, including permanent exclusion, can result from failure to heed this rule. In particular, please note that oral or penetrative sexual activity will result in permanent exclusion. Personal displays of affection are not appropriate during the school day. It is important that pupils avoid doing anything that will cause embarrassment to others, such as kissing in public. As in all aspects of life, pupils must be aware of, and respect, the feelings of others. The Malvern College curriculum includes RSE (Relationships and Sex Education)

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Definition of Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) RSE is lifelong learning about physical, sexual, moral and emotional development. It is about understanding the importance of stable and loving relationships, respect, love and care for family life. It involves acquiring information, developing skills and forming positive beliefs, values and attitudes. It is also concerns teaching about sex, sexuality and sexual health. At Malvern, we believe that RSE should: •

ecognise that parents are the key people in teaching their children about sex, R relationships and growing up. We aim to work in partnership with parents and pupils.

Be an integral part of the lifelong learning process.

Be an entitlement for all young people.

Support each individual as they grow and learn.

e set within the wider school context to support family commitment and love, B respect and affection, knowledge and openness. Family is a broad concept which includes a variety of types of structure, and acceptance of different approaches.

E ncourage pupils and teachers to share and respect each other’s views. We are aware of different approaches to sexual orientation. The important values are love, respect and caring for each other.

enerate an atmosphere where questions and discussion on sexual matters G can take place without any stigma, embarrassment or bullying.

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RSE is not about the promotion of sexual orientation or sexual activity – that would be inappropriate teaching. 3.

The main elements of RSE education at Malvern Attitudes and Values •

Learning the importance of values, individual conscience and moral choices.

Learning the value of family life, stable and loving relationships, and marriage.

Learning the value of respect, love and care.

Exploring, considering and understanding moral dilemmas.

Developing critical thinking as part of decision making.

Personal and Social Skills •

Learning to manage emotions and relationships confidently and sensitively.

Developing self-respect and empathy for others.

Learning to make choices with an absence of prejudice.

Developing an appreciation of the consequences of choices made.

Managing conflict.

Knowledge and Understanding

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Learning and understanding physical development at appropriate stages.

nderstanding human sexuality, reproduction, sexual health, emotions and U relationships.

L earning about contraception and the range of local and national sexual health advice, contraception and support services.

L earning the reasons for delaying sexual activity, and the benefits to be gained from such delay.

The avoidance of unplanned pregnancy.

Aims of Relationships and Sex Education The primary aim of RSE at Malvern is to provide balanced factual information about human reproduction, together with consideration of the broader emotional, ethical, religious and moral dimensions of sexual health. Our RSE programme aims to prepare pupils for an adult life in which they can: •

evelop positive values and a moral framework that will guide decisions, D judgements and behaviour.

nderstand the consequences of actions and behave responsibly within sexual U and pastoral relationships.

void being exploited or exploiting others or being pressured into unwanted A or unprotected sex.

ommunicate effectively by developing appropriate terminology for sex and C relationship issues.

evelop an awareness of their sexuality and an understanding of human D sexuality; challenge sexism and prejudice, and promote equality and diversity. 45


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Understand the arguments for delayed sexual activity.

Understand the reasons for having protected sex.

ave sufficient information and skills to protect themselves from unintended/ H unwanted conception and from sexually transmitted infections including HIV.

e aware of sources of help and acquire the skills and confidence to access B confidential health advice, support and treatment if necessary.

Know how the law applies to sexual relationships.

Organisation and Content of RSE Education The school delivers RSE through its LIFE SKILLS Programme, Religious Studies and Science lessons. The focus of the LIFE SKILLS curriculum is more on the emotional aspects of development and relationships, although the physical aspects of reproduction are also included. Sessions are led the Nurse Manager. Lessons are conducted as in a classroom situation and the nurse is bound by College policies. Relationship and Sex Education is supported by the College’s wider curriculum for LIFE SKILLS. This enables pupils to receive their sex education in the wider context of relationships and helps prepare them for the opportunities, relationships and experiences of adult life. The Science National Curriculum is more concerned with the physical aspects of development and reproduction, although the importance of relationships is not forgotten. The RS curriculum focuses on moral and ethical considerations.

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ny RSE lesson may consider questions or issues that some pupils will find A sensitive. Before embarking on these lessons ground rules are established which prohibit inappropriate personal information being requested or disclosed by those taking part in the lessons. When pupils ask questions, we aim to answer them honestly, within the ground rules established at the start of the lesson. When it is felt that answering a specific question would involve information at a level inappropriate to the development of the rest of the pupils, the question may be dealt with individually at another time.

ssessment is carried out within every module and involves teacher, pupil A self and peer assessment of knowledge and understanding, interpersonal skills, and attitudes. Reflection is crucial for learning as it encourages pupils to consolidate what they have learnt and to form new understanding, skills and attitudes.

Inclusion •

e intend our policy to be sensitive to the needs of different ethnic groups. W We will respond to parental requests and concerns. In the first instance these will be dealt with by the LIFE SKILLS Co-ordinator, Mrs V Young.

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e aim to deal sensitively and honestly with issues of sexual orientation, W answer appropriate questions and offer support. Young people, whatever their developing sexuality need to feel that RSE is relevant to them.

The Right to Withdraw Pupils from Relationship and Sex Education Some parents prefer to take responsibility for sex education. They have the right to withdraw their children from all or part of RSE programme except for those parts included in the statutory National Curriculum (i.e. in Science lessons). Should a parent decide to exercise their right to withdraw their children from RSE, we encourage them to discuss their decision with the Headmaster at the earliest opportunity. Parents should communicate their decision to withdraw their children from RSE lessons in writing to the Headmaster.

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Confidentiality, Controversial and Sensitive Issues Teachers cannot offer or guarantee absolute confidentiality. It is only in the most exceptional circumstances that the school will be expected to handle information without parental knowledge. In the case where a teacher learns from an under 16-year old that they are having or contemplating sexual intimacy.

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he young person will be persuaded, wherever possible, to talk to their parents T and, if necessary, seek medical advice.

hild protection issues will be considered, and if necessary referred to the C Designated Safeguarding Lead

he young person will be counselled by the Medical Centre about sexual T health and emotional maturity, and given pertinent information as deemed necessary.

Monitoring and Evaluation of RSE Education •

I t is the responsibility of the LIFE SKILLS Co-ordinator to monitor and evaluate RSE provision annually as part of the review of LIFE SKILLS.

I t is the responsibility of the Heads of Department for Religious Studies and Biology to monitor and evaluate RSE provision annually as part of the review of teaching and learning of this aspect of the curriculum.

he LIFE SKILLS Co-ordinator and Heads of Department must inform the T Deputy Head: Pastoral of any changes or issues which have arisen in relation to RSE education.

I t is the responsibility of the Senior Deputy Head to lead the review of RSE policy with governors via the Council.

10. Support Group – there is a support and discussion group around LGBT/diversity issues.

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COLLEGE RULES These rules exist for the general welfare of the community. The rules have a number of specific objectives: maintenance of a decent standard of behaviour, compliance with the law of the land, the convenience of all, consideration for people who live in Malvern, protection of the College, parents and pupils against legal claim and uninsured risk, and safety in general. Behaviour which is contrary to the law of the land or contrary to the welfare of an individual or the community will be regarded as a breach of the College Rules. Ignorance of the College Rules is no excuse for any failure to observe them. The Headmaster may vary certain rules and rulings from time to time. The College Rules apply to all age groups and at all times when pupils are at the College, representing the College or wearing College uniform, travelling to and from the College or associated with the College at any time. 1.

Pupils will at all times display common sense, good manners and behaviour which will not bring the name of the College into disrepute.

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Pupils are expected to show honesty in all that they do, including in academic matters; see Policy on Honesty in Academic Work for Pupils on Buzz (the College intranet).

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Pupils may neither purchase, have in their possession, obtain for or supply to others, nor use, any of the following: i.

alcohol, tobacco or smoking materials in any form, including e-cigarettes;

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i llegal or illicit substances, including ‘legal’ highs, or associated paraphernalia, of any sort;

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firearms, ammunition, knives or other offensive weapons;

iv.

fireworks, matches or lighters;

v.

laser pens.

Pupils must not contract a debt with shops, place a bet, or contract a commercial debt. All property must be clearly named. Authorised staff may search pupils or their possessions, without consent, where they have reasonable grounds for suspecting that the pupil may have a prohibited item. 4.

The following places are Out of Bounds: i.

licensed premises, unless pupils are accompanied by their parents or have the written permission of their Housem;

ii.

off-licences and shops selling mainly wines or spirits;

iii.

bookmakers;

iv.

railway enclosures and hill quarries.

v.

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Entrance to private property or places of public entertainment is permitted only by invitation and with the Housem’s permission. Pupils in the Sixth Form may visit towns other than Great Malvern or Barnard’s Green only with the Housem’s written permission. Lower Sixth may visit Worcester on a Sunday and Upper Sixth may visit Birmingham on a Sunday, with Housem’s permission, as long as College commitments are honoured. Pupils over 18 are required to have their Housem’s written permission on each occasion they visit specified licensed premises; they may then consume a maximum in line with Sixth Form Centre rules. Pupils may visit the Sixth Form Centre prior to going to licensed premises. Pupils may not visit the Sixth Form Centre after they have been to Licensed premises, unless they have been accompanied by their parents. Sixth Formers may go for a meal in town, with the Deputy Head Pastoral and Housems’ permission, on a Saturday evening, but must not consume any alcohol. Pupils who ARE GUILTY OF SERIOUS alcohol ABUSE must expect to be rusticated. 5.

Pupils who are found smoking on campus, Up-Town or associating with smokers (including the use of e-cigarettes) are subject to the sanctions below. i.

rst offence: interview with the Head of Lower School or Deputy Head: Pastoral, fi 3 days’ gating, a letter sent to parents.

ii.

s econd offence: interview with the Deputy Head: Pastoral, one week’s gating, two hour behavioural detention, a letter sent to parents. Pupils will be strongly encouraged to attend the Medical Centre for counselling on giving up smoking.

iii.

t hird offence: Interview with the Headmaster or Senior Deputy Head. The pupil must expect to be rusticated. SMOKING IN BOARDING HOUSES IS A VERY SERIOUS OFFENCE. ANYONE FOUND SMOKING IN HOUSES OR IN COLLEGE BUILDINGS MUST EXPECT TO BE RUSTICATED.

6.

Pupils may be absent only as follows: i.

Leave off school, a compulsory Chapel Service or any College or House commitment may be given only by the pupil’s Housem.

ii.

Pupils may sleep away from the College only with both the Housem’s and parents’ permission.

iii.

Pupils whose names are on the aeger list are not allowed to go out of their Houses, except with the express permission of the Housem or the member of the House staff on duty. Those who are on aeger must remain so for the entire day and are therefore not allowed to participate in co-curricular or social activities.

iv.

Pupils may not be absent from any meal except afternoon tea without the permission of their Housem.

v.

Pupils who have to miss a lesson for any reason must seek prior permission from the member of staff taking that lesson. Pupils who wish to be absent for academic reasons, e.g. interviews or Open Days, must present teachers with 49


a Leave of Absence Form signed by their Tutor and Housem, and any other relevant staff. vi.

Pupils wishing to miss a lesson in order to leave early at Leave-outs, Half Terms or the end of term must register the request with their Housem.

Pupils who leave the College grounds for any reason other than for an organised College activity must inform their Housem and obtain a chit giving written permission. They must sign in on their return. Pupils may go Up-Town between 16.30 and 18.30 weekdays provided they have no College academic or co-curricular commitment. Up-Town is defined as the streets of Malvern north of the College grounds and includes Barnard’s Green. At weekends pupils are allowed Up-town after 15.30 on Saturday, before lunch (Sixth Form only) on Sundays and after lunch and to supper time for all pupils Sunday afternoon. Sixth form may exceptionally be granted permission to go Up-town at other times by their Housem. Pupils are required to attend Registration at 8.10 am and at lunchtime. Boarding pupils must be in their Houses at supper-time, when Roll Call will be taken. The school day for day pupils finishes at 18.15. They may remain at the school until the end of Hall by mutual agreement between their parents and the Housem. When day pupils go home, they must sign out “home” in the signing-out book. If day pupils subsequently return to the school, whether to their House or the College campus, they must report on arrival to their Housem. Once day pupils have left school after their Saturday commitments they become the responsibility of their parents until they return to school on Monday morning. Should they choose to come onto school premises during the weekend they will, naturally, be subject to College Rules. All boarding pupils must be in bed at the stipulated bed-times. 7.

Pupils may visit other Houses only at the following times: i.

at break

ii.

between 16:05 and 18:30 on weekdays, 14:00 and 18:30 at weekends

iii.

upils in the Sixth Form may visit other Houses after Hall on weekdays until p 10pm and must make themselves known to a member of staff on arrival; all year groups may visit after supper on Saturdays. No visits are allowed after 18:30 on Sundays.

Visitors are allowed to visit only the public rooms of a House, never the studies, study bedrooms, dormitories or corridors unless at Housem’s discretion. Pupils in breach of these rules should expect to be rusticated. Pupils may not leave the House after supper and before Hall unless with House Staff permission. 8.

Hall is continuous from 19:20 until 21:00 Monday to Friday. College activities specified by the Headmaster may be timetabled during Hall. The following rules are to be observed: i.

Noise levels throughout the College during Hall are to be at an absolute minimum. 50


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All pupils who leave the House, including those going to the Grundy, must sign out as they leave and sign back in when they return. All pupils will report to the member of staff on Grundy Duty by 19:30 and must remain in the Library until 21:00.

iii.

Sixth Formers are allowed onto the campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 21:00 until 22:00. On Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Sixth Formers are allowed to go to the Sixth Form Centre and return to Houses by 22:30. If the Sixth Form Centre has been closed for any reason, Sixth Formers must return to their Houses by 22:00.

iv.

Lower School pupils may go to the Lower School Common Room on Thursday evenings after Hall from 8.45pm to 9.30pm. They must sign out from the House and sign into the LSCR.

v.

No pupil may leave the campus after supper without the Housem’s permission.

vi.

Occupat (Sundays between 19:30 and 21:00) is a time when noise levels should be quiet enough for academic work to take place.

vii. AUTUMN and LENT TERMS ONLY Lower School pupils are allowed to play yard games from 21:00 until 21:40 from Sunday to Friday. They may not go beyond the House yard at these times. viii. SUMMER TERM ONLY Monday to Friday, Lower School pupils are allowed to go out into the College grounds after 21:00 after the first Leave-out of the Summer Term. They must return to Houses by 21:30. Douglas House tennis courts are to be used from 6.50pm to 7.20pm by No7 and EH only. No7 and EH have priority use of the Douglas House courts. The Douglas Courts are the yard for No7 and EH so for the Autumn and Lent terms pupils should not expect to use it unless invited to do so by a pupil from No 7 and EH. Pupils may go into their yards or play tennis during Occupat, with the Housem’s permission once all House requirements have been met. Sixth Form may play tennis on the Firs Courts, after Hall, if there is sufficient light. 9.

Yard games may not be played during lesson time or during Hall.

10. Study periods must be spent wholly in a College library or a designated classroom. A member of the Common Room may instruct a pupil to go to a location other than the library. House studies may only be used when the Head of Lower School or Head of Sixth Form has granted permission. 11. Motor vehicles may not be kept or used other than in exceptional circumstances when a written request from parents and the written permission of the Headmaster are required, but pupils may have approved driving lessons with the written permission of their parents and with the permission of their Housem. Travelling in or on a motor vehicle with a driver who is under the age of 25 is forbidden. Pupils may travel with a person under this age only with the express written permission both of their parents and of their Housem. 51


Hitch-hiking is forbidden. Pupils may use public transport only with the permission of their Housem. 12. Pupils wishing to ride a bicycle or skateboard must have the permission of their parents, on the official form, and their Housem’s permission. Helmets must be worn. Bicycles are to be kept in the allotted places. The owner’s name and House must be painted on or securely attached to the framework. The mechanical condition and security of a bicycle is the responsibility of the owner and parents. Bicycles may not be used Up-Town except when passing through on Community Service. They may not be ridden to the Playing Fields. All pupils bicycling must know and observe the Highway Code. Attention is drawn to the regulation forbidding cyclists to ride more than two abreast. Day pupils may bicycle to and from school provided that their parents have given permission on the official form (obtainable from their Housem). Skateboarding is not permitted on St George’s Terrace, but is acceptable on other pedestrian walkways on campus. Skateboarding is not permitted on public roads or pavements off campus. 13. Musical instruments, radios, tape-recorders, mp3s, i-pods and the like may not be played inside College buildings where it is inappropriate. They may not be played, nor may headphones be worn, whilst walking between College buildings. 14. Mobile phones and other electronic devices may not be used in classrooms except with the teacher’s permission or while going to or returning from lessons or other specified areas. 15. Pupils may not use electronic devices to bully, neither must they use the internet to access, obtain or distribute inappropriate or illegal material. Pupils may not use any method to bypass the College firewall or filtering software. Please see the College’s Policy on the Acceptable Use of ICT and E-safety, available on Buzz or on the College website. 16. As a general rule, only the following electrical appliances may be used in College: table lamps, radios and devices which play music, kettles with automatic cut-off (Sixth Form only), hairdryers, clocks, shavers, computers, peripherals and battery chargers. It is the responsibility of parents to check that the flex is securely fastened and that a fuse of the correct rating is fitted. Pupils should ask the permission of their Housem before bringing any other electrical equipment to College. All electrical equipment must be submitted for checking at College. Appliances of overseas students may only be used if they are compatible with UK power supplies and attached to the supply via a UK approved adaptor. These are best purchased and fitted at the College. 17. Pills or medicines, prescribed or otherwise, may not be kept or used without the permission of the Housem or the School Medical Officer. Any brought back to College must be handed to the Housem’s Assistant. All details of medical advice and medication which is received during College holidays, Half Terms and Leave-out Weekends must be submitted to the School Medical Officer on return to Malvern and continuing medication deposited with the Housem’s Assistant. Please see the College’s Medical Care Policy on the College websiste. 52


PUPILS’ DRESS REGULATIONS Boys’ Dress Sixth Form

School Dress

Formal Dress

Suit

black, dark grey or navy blue with faint pinstripe if desired

black, dark grey or navy blue with faint pinstripe if desired

Shirt

smart shirt of own choice, white shirt with semi-stiff collar, plain, striped or checked to be to be worn with House or worn tucked into the waistband school colours tie

Tie

of own choice

Sweater

Flat v-neck or cardigan of any single colour

Socks

Must match

dark and plain

Shoes

polished black, polished dark brown (with dark grey suit) or smart black suede; boat shoes, trainers and walking boots are not acceptable

polished black, polished dark brown (with dark grey suit)

Belts

Should be plain black or dark brown (if worn)

Should be plain black or dark brown (if worn)

Pre-Sixth Form

School Dress: as Lower School

Formal Dress: as Sixth Form

Lower School

School Dress

Formal Dress

Jacket

school blazer

charcoal grey school suit

Trousers

school mid-grey uniform trousers (suit)

Shirt

School Togs blue school shirt, white shirt tucked into the waistband

Sweater

School Togs v-neck navy blue

Tie

House or school colours tie

Shoes

polished black; boat shoes, polished black: boat shoes, trainers and walking boots are trainers and walking boots are not acceptable not acceptable

Socks

Dark (navy, black or dark grey) and plain. Must match.

Belts

Should be black (if worn)

House or school colours tie

House or School colours tie

Should be black (if worn)

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A formal overcoat may be worn during inclement weather. This should be black, navy blue or dark grey and of a length that exceeds that of the jacket which must be worn beneath. Sheepskin, leather or suede coats are not acceptable. Lower School pupils may wear a House or College scarf. Sixth Form may wear House, College, or grey, navy blue or black scarves. Hair must be clean and natural in colour and appropriately styled for school. The face must be fully visible. Unnatural dyeing of hair is not permitted nor are styles of hair regarded as unacceptable by the school (such as very short, long or unruly hair). Jewellery: Lower School pupils are not permitted to wear jewellery with uniform. Sixth Form pupils may wear one ring and one bracelet only with uniform. Jewellery worn with uniform without regard to the rules will be confiscated. Girls’ Dress Sixth Form

School Dress

Formal Dress

Suit

black, dark grey or navy blue with faint pinstripe if desired. Skirts should be on, just above or just below the knee

(as School Dress)

Shirt

smart collared shirt of own choice, plain, striped or checked, tucked into the waistband

School formal blouse

Sweater

V-neck or cardigan of any single colour (not striped or any other pattern). In cold weather a fineknit polo-necked sweater may be worn

Badge

House or School

House or School

Tights

black, nearly black, navy or natural

(as School Dress)

Socks

with trouser suits only. Must match.

with trouser suits only. Must match.

Shoes

polished black or smart black suede; heels with metal tips are not permitted. No trainers or fashion boots. Heels must not exceed 5cm, and the base should be larger than a 5 pence piece

polished black or smart black suede; heels with metal tips are not permitted. No trainers or fashion boots. Heels must not exceed 5cm, and the base should be larger than a 5 pence piece

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Pre-Sixth Form

School Dress: as Lower School

Formal Dress: as per Sixth Form

Lower School

School Dress

Formal Dress

Jacket

School blazer

School suit

Skirt

of school pattern, to be fastened at the waist and reach the knee (not shortened or rolled above the knee)

(suit)

Shirt

white school shirt, tucked into the waistband

School formal blouse

Sweater

School Togs v-neck navy blue

Badge

House or School

House or School

Tights

navy blue or black

navy blue or black

Shoes

polished black; heels with metal tips are not permitted. No trainers or fashion boots. Heels must not exceed 5cm, and the base should be larger than a 5 pence piece

polished black; heels with metal tips are not permitted. No trainers or fashion boots. Heels must not exceed 5cm, and the base should be larger than a 5 pence piece

If an undergarment is worn it must not be visible at the neck nor may it have on it any writing or picture or be of a colour which is visible through the blouse or shirt. Blouses or shirts must be properly tucked in at all times. Large areas of flesh must not be shown. Belts are not to be worn with uniform suits unless they are part of the integral design. Large belt buckles are not acceptable. Except when summer dress applies, a jacket must be worn at all times with uniform. A pullover may not be worn without a blazer or jacket. A formal overcoat may be worn during inclement weather. This should be black, navy blue or dark grey and of a length that exceeds that of the jacket which must be worn beneath. Sheepskin, leather or suede coats are not acceptable. Lower School pupils may wear a House or College scarf. Sixth Form may wear House, College, or grey, navy blue or black scarves. Hair: shoulder length and longer hair must be securely tied back for Lower School pupils and in Sixth Form the face must be fully visible. Colours must be natural. Hair must be clean and natural in colour and general appearance. Unnatural dyeing of hair is not permitted nor are styles of hair regarded as unacceptable by the school. Make-up: natural looking, discreet make-up is acceptable. Heavy eye make-up and false nails are not permitted. Sixth Form: nail polish must be clear or natural in colour. Lower school: nail polish must be clear.

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Jewellery: In the Lower School, you may wear a wristwatch, a fine chain with small religious symbol and a small pair of stud or sleeper (not hoops) earrings. In the Sixth Form, you may wear jewellery as for the Lower School plus ONE ring and ONE bracelet. Numerous earrings, nose studs or other visible piercings are not permitted. Jewellery worn with uniform without regard to the rules will be confiscated.

GENERAL All clothes and footwear must be clearly marked with the name, initials and House Number of the owner. School Dress

worn on weekdays during lesson times and for weekday College Chapel and Assemblies.

Formal Dress

worn for Sunday Chapel or Forum and other College functions.

Summer Dress

Girls

Boys

Regulation school blouses or shirts must be worn.

Ties are worn at all times. Shirt sleeves may be rolled up neatly above the elbow.

i.e. neither formal nor school dress: may be worn when and where school Leisure clothes

dress is not required. They should be clean and in good repair. Leisure clothing does not include CCF clothing nor articles which may be considered to display bad taste.

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The fundamental principle of Leisure Dress is that it should, at all times, maintain a reasonable standard of cleanliness, tidiness and decency. In particular: suitable footwear must be worn. Pupils should NEVER walk around the school grounds barefoot. Jeans or shorts should not be frayed nor have holes in the fabric. Summer Dress (Leisure)

LEISURE DRESS MAY NOT BE WORN ANYWHERE IN THE SCHOOL GROUNDS DURING NORMAL SCHOOL LESSON TIMES, i.e. until 4.05pm Monday-Friday and until 12.05 on Saturday. Sunbathing is NOT permitted during school lesson times. Sunbathing may take place only in those areas laid down by Housems. PUPILS MUST AVAIL THEMSELVES OF SUN PROTECTION. In particular, shirts must be worn at all times while playing or watching games. The member of Common Room responsible for each game will lay down the appropriate dress for that game and these regulations must be followed at all times.

Games Dress

The wearing of mouthguards for Rugby and Hockey is mandatory. The wearing of safety glasses (as directed by the Squash Rackets and Real Tennis Association) is recommended. The wearing of helmets and pads for cricket is mandatory for certain players as laid down by the England and Wales Cricket Board. Only Malvern College kit may be worn. House kit (including hoodies) may only be worn for House matches.

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SCHOOL ROUTINE 07:30 08:10 08:25 08:45 09:45 10:40 11:10 12:10 13:15 13:15 14:10 15:10 16:05 16:30 16:30 16:30 18:30 19:20 19:20

08:40 09:40 10:40 11:10 12:05 13:05 14:05 15:05 16:05 16:30 17:25 18:30 18:30 21:00 21:30

Bedtime

Monday Breakfast Registration Sixth Form Chapel Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Break Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Registration Lunch Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Tea Remove (GCSE) PE Co-Curricular Activities Academic Clinics Roll Call and Supper Hall See Co-Curricular Activities Timetable Roll Call

07:30 08:10 08:25 08:45 09:45 10:40 11:10 12:10 13:15 13:15 14:10 15:10 14:10 16:05 16:30 16:30 16:30 18:30 19:20 19:20

08:40 09:40 10:40 11:10 12:05 13:05 14:05 15:05 16:05 16:00 16:30 17:25 18:30 18:30 21:00 21:30

Bedtime

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Tuesday Breakfast Registration Lower School Chapel Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Break Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Registration Lunch Lesson 5 (FY and Remove) Lesson 6 (FY and Remove) 100 and Sixth Form Games Tea FY and Remove Games Co-Curricular Activities Academic Clinics Roll Call and Supper Hall See Co-Curricular Activities Timetable Roll Call


SCHOOL ROUTINE (CONTINUED) 07:30 08:10 08:25 09:25 10:20 10:50 11:50

09:20 10:20 10:50 11:45 12:45

13:45 14:40 14:45 15:40 13:45 15:30 13:45 15:30 15:45 16:30 15:30 16:30 16:30 18:30 18:30 19:20 19:20

16:30 18:30 18:30

21:00 21:30

Bedtime

Wednesday Breakfast Registration Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Break Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Registration Lunch FY Lesson – Latin or PE FY Tutor Period Remove – CCF or DoE Silver Hundred and Sixth Form – CCF/Service/DoE Gold Hundred and Sixth Form – Tutor Period/Life Skills Tea available Co-Curricular Activities Academic Clinics Roll Call Supper Hall See Co-Curricular Activities Timetable Roll Call

07:30 08:10 08:25 08:40 08:45 09:45 10:40 11:10 12:10 13:15 13:15 14:10

09:40 10:40 11:10 12:05 13:05 14:05 15:05

15:10 16:05 14:10 16:00 16:05 16:30 16:30 17:50 16:30 16:30 18:30 19:20 19:20

18:30 18:30 21:00 21:30

Bedtime

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Thursday Breakfast Registration College Chapel (see rotations) Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Break Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Registration Lunch Hundred and Sixth Form Lesson 5 Hundred and Sixth Form Lesson 6 FY and Remove - Games Tea Hundred and Sixth Form - Games Co-Curricular Activities Academic Clinics Roll Call and Supper Hall See Co-Curricular Activities Timetable Roll Call


SCHOOL ROUTINE (CONTINUED)

07:30 08:10 08:25 08:40

08:45 09:45 10:40 11:10 12:10 13:15 13:15 14:10 15:10 16:05 16:30 16:30 18:30 19:20

09:40 10:40 11:10 12:05 13:05 14:05 15:05 16:05 16:30 18:30 18:30 21:30

Bedtime

08:30 10:00 18:00 13:00 13:00 14:15 18:30 16:00 16:30 18:00 18:00 19:00 21:00 Bedtime

Friday Breakfast Registration Lower School Tutor Period and Senior Prefects Meeting Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Break Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Registration Lunch Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Tea Co-Curricular Activities Academic Clinics Roll Call and Supper See Co-Curricular Activities Timetable Roll Call

07:30 08:10 08:25 08:55 09:00 10:00 10:55 11:25 12:30 14:00 16:15 18:30 19:00 21:30 22:30

Sunday Breakfast/Roll Call Co-Curricular Activities/ Trips Roll Call Lunch Co-Curricular Activities/ Trips Tea Roll Call Supper Occupat Roll Call

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09:55 10:55 11:25 12:20 13:15 18:30 16:30 21:00

Saturday Breakfast Registration College Chapel (see rotations) Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Break Lesson 3 Lunch Co-Curricular Activities Tea Roll Call and Supper Academic Detention and Behavioural Detention Roll Call – Lower School Roll Call – Senior School


The College has a range of pupil policies which pupils should be familiar with. These policies include the following which can be found on the College website and on Buzz. Promoting Good Behaviour and Discipline Policy Anti-bullying Policy Policy on the Acceptable Use of ICT and e-Safety Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs and Substances Policy Pupil Complaints Policy

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Guide to Malvern College 2016  
Guide to Malvern College 2016