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Wrap Around Care

Our wrap around care runs term time 7.30am until 6pm for Reception and up, and year-round from 7.30am until 6.30pm for Little Malties Day Care and Nursery. Provision of care from 8.15am until 4.00pm is provided as part of the School fees.

For details on pricing please visit our fees page

Little Malties

Little Malties is booked in the below session blocks.

  • Morning session with breakfast, lunch and snacks (7.30am-1.00pm)
  • Afternoon session with a hot dinner and snacks (1.00pm-6.30pm)
  • School day with breakfast, lunch and snacks (8.00am-4.00pm)
  • Extended day with breakfast, lunch, hot dinner and snacks (7.30am-6.30pm)

Breakfast Club


For girls from Nursery and up. Runs from 7.30am to 8.30am when school starts.

Girls are supervised, served breakfast and can take part in craft activities. For more information about the breakfast on offer, please click here.

After School Club


For girls from Nursery and up. Runs straight after school until 6pm for girls in Reception to Year 6, and 6.30pm for girls in Nursery.

Girls are provided with a drink and snack and take part in activities, constructive play or reading. Older girls will have time for homework. Pre-Prep girls will be given a light, hot meal, pudding and fruit, while Prep girls are given a light snack consisting of hot and cold options on alternate days. For more information about food provision, click here.

Late Room


A complimentary service for girls in Nursery and up from their end of day until 4.00pm.

Holiday Camps

For girls in Little Malties day care and our Nursery, care is offered year round by our experienced, qualified staff. This must be booked in advance before each holiday.

For girls in Reception and up, we offer on on-site holiday camp, provided by Ultimate Activity Camps. Parents can book days as required to suit their needs.

Open Morning 4 October

Join our Open Morning on Friday 4 October for a tour of the school with our Year 6 tour guides and the chance to talk to senior staff.


Booking encouraged but not essential