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The music department at Maltman’s Green has a strong reputation and excellent standards. Most girls learn at least one instrument in school and there are numerous groups and ensembles that allow the girls to collaborate and play together. Singing also forms a big part of the music department with over 100 girls participating in our various Choirs.

Non-Chargeable Groups

  • Lower Prep Choir (Years 3 and 4) (non-selective)
  • Upper Prep Choir (Years 5 and 6) (non-selective)
  • Chamber Choir (by invitation) – For girls in Years 5-6
  • Orchestra (for any instrumentalist, except piano, from grade 2 and up) – For girls in Years 4-6
  • Flute Ensemble – grade 1+
  • Brass Ensemble – grade 1+
  • String Ensemble – grade 1+
  • Guitar Groups
  • Year 4 Hand Bells
  • “Maltman’s Belles” Upper Prep Hand Bells (Years 5 and 6) (by invitation)

The Maltman's Belles

This hand-bells group is made up of girls who have a strong and confident ability to read music and keep time. The Maltman’s Belles have performed at the Music for Youth annual festival, and have been invited to perform at the National Festival for Youth in Birmingham. They have won Gold medals and been awarded Distinctions at the Marlow Music festival over the past few years and represented the School at various local events including the Gerrards Cross Summer Fair and performing on the main stage at the Chalfont St Peter Feast Day every Summer.

Instrument Tuition

This tuition is chargeable. Some instruments are only available for certain year groups:

  • Brass
  • Cello
  • Clarinet
  • Flute
  • Guitar
  • Harp
  • Piano
  • Recorder
  • Saxophone
  • Singing
  • Violin
OPEN DAY: Friday 19 March

We are delighted to be able to run our Spring Term Open Day live in school. We look forward to being able to show you around our facilities and give you an opportunity to see the school in action. We will be conducting private tours at set times in order to adhere to social distancing.

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