St. Thomas Campus
The proposed site of Malvern College Barbados is situated in the centrally located parish of St. Thomas. As can be expected from such a location on a small island, this lends itself well to being within close proximity of all other areas. The estate is 12 minutes from the west coast with prime residential communities and 20 minutes by road from the capital city of Bridgetown. The island airport, Grantley Adams International Airport is 30 minutes by road.
The Clifton Estate
The Clifton Estate commands impressive panoramic views across the island and is set to retain its natural surroundings, as part of the ethos of an environmentally focussed school. This will provide an inspiring learning space for 750 pupils, as well as one with endless opportunities to enjoy whether that is with organised activities, personal hobbies, or simply relaxing in free time.
The facilities will include:
Arts & Crafts studios
A fitness room
Internet café and tuck-shop
Common rooms with table tennis, football, TV and board games
Image of the proposed Malvern College Barbados Campus
As with all Malvern College International Schools, we invest in providing modern facilities and equipment to ensure a comprehensive learning environment for our pupils.
Classrooms are well equipped with whiteboards, collaboration tables and high-quality audio/visual equipment. Additional facilities for art, drama, design, STEM and sports are also available for all students. High-speed broadband is provided at all times to support a positive online education.
Accommodation is designed to feel like a Home Away From Home, with pupils generally sharing two to four occupancy dormitories. Within the boarding areas, kitchens are accessible throughout the day for refreshments and common rooms provide an area to relax, with televisions, pool/football tables and board games.
A separate dining room will serve three meals per day for pupils to share meals together. We ensure that a balanced diet is a top priority to support a healthy and energetic lifestyle.