Maltman's Green School, Maltmans Lane, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire SL9 8RR
Excellence with a sense of fun!

School Life | For Parents

The Friends of Maltman’s Green

Parents become members of the FOMG when their daughter joins the school. The FOMG is an association for parents and staff with three main aims. The first is to organise social events for parents and staff; the second is to assist the class representatives (volunteer parents) to work as effective advocates for all parents; and the third is to raise funds for the charities which the school supports, as well as to purchase equipment to enhance the girls’ learning environment. Some of the items the FOMG have been able to provide include precision made hand-bells for our bellringers, a Clarinova and other musical instruments, gymnastics equipment and facilities in the Lapraik Hall, such as AV equipment and stadium seating.

FOMG events include the ever popular Christmas Fair, the parents Quiz Night and Maltfest - the summer weekend camp-out now in its third year. Events are well attended, helping parents connect with each other and fostering a warm and welcoming school community.

The FOMG also run a well stocked second hand uniform shop where you can usually buy everything on the uniform list at half price or much less, open twice weekly during term time.

The FOMG are always looking for new members. If you have the enthusiasm and some time to spare, please get in touch. Email:

Current parents can see the FOMG schedule of events by logging into the Parents Portal and clicking on the FOMG tab. You can also keep up to date with FOMG news on their Facebook page: Maltmans Green School FOMG.

Parent Evenings & Reporting

We believe that the partnership with parents is crucial. Therefore, we ensure that we have regular contact with parents. This approach enables us to work with parents to provide effective teaching and learning as well as a high standard of pastoral care.

During the year there are opportunities to meet teachers at parent’s evenings as well as more informally when there is a need. We have an open door policy and always want to hear from parents before an issue becomes a problem.

Parents are kept well informed of their daughter’s progress through regular written reports and a full summative written report is sent to all parents at the end of the school year. The report contains information about an individual’s achievements, their academic progress and draws attention to particular strengths and weaknesses.

In the Summer Term there is an Open Day enabling parents to see the work and achievements of children throughout the School on display.