The foundation for developing these characteristics is a stimulating, varied and well-balanced school curriculum. At Malvern College, we’ve been delivering such curricula for over 150 years.
Foundation Year (Year 9)
In the Foundation Year, our curriculum is focused on empowerment. Pupils are encouraged to become independent learners, improving the skills needed for successful academic development. Alongside the standard curriculum, we have developed the Foundation Year Pupil Passport – a toolkit that supports each pupil’s extended learning and personal development. The toolkit focuses on independent research, collaborative project work and digital skill development.
View the FY Programme of Study
Remove & Hundred (Years 10 & 11)
Years 10 and 11 are transformative for our pupils. Towards the end of the Foundation Year pupils select their GCSE / IGCSE subjects ready for entering the Remove (Year 10). The Hundred (Year 11) culminates in the examinations – providing pupils with an opportunity to showcase the knowledge they have accrued.
Download the IGCSE/GCSE Programme of Study
Pre-Sixth Form (Year 11)
We recognise that the very highest achievers require specialised support. Pupils who successfully demonstrate the ability to complete GCSE / IGCSE qualifications in one year are therefore offered places on our Pre-Sixth Form course. The course provides extended opportunities to prepare for the exciting challenges
Sixth Form life represents.
View the Pre-Sixth Programme of Study