For children born in or after 2016 please contact the Newark Kindergarten school on 356 21 313121 or e.mail

These contact details are also to be used for childcaring services


Registration Regulations

Parents are to contact the Rosanne Galea, School Principal or Curtis Farrugia, School Administrator, regarding application for registration of their children with Newark School Malta.
Parents of children with special needs would also need to meet with the head of school.

Prior to registration

Students applying for entry into Junior II and above shall be asked to sit for a placement test in English and Mathematics.

Parents must forward their child’s latest school report prior to or on the day of the placement test.

Documentation required for registration

1. Fully completed and signed registration form 
2. Student’s latest school report (to be presented before or on the day of the placement test if applicable) 
3. Student’s birth certificate 
4. Student’s ID card number 
5. Photocopy of parents’ passports/ID cards 
6. Coloured passport size photo of child (from 2yrs upward)

Download Registration Forms


The documentation above is to be given to the School Manager together with payment of the starter fee and at least one term payment. Parents opting to pay for the whole year in advance can ask for a discount.


​Note that the date of birth is only indicative of the class in which the child will be placed. The school may request an assessment to determine the appropriate level.

Parents making a new registrations are asked to pay a starter fee. The starter fee is not refundable. It serves to guarantee a place in the class for your child. Since most classes are full, once the starter fee is paid, the place is booked

Fees are set in Euros and although the school accepts payments in other currencies at the prevailing exchange rate determined by the school, it takes no responsibility for bank changes or losses incurred due to fluctuations in exchange rates. School tuition fees are invoiced three times a year. The fees must be paid prior to the commencement of each invoice period. Fees may be paid annually in advance if preferred. Tuition fees are due prior to the teaching period to which they relate and the school reserves the right to charge interest on arrears and consider limiting the access of pupils in respect of which fees remain unpaid.

Interest at the maximum rate allowed by law will be charged for students having overdue accounts. Parents with overdue fees will be informed at least one week before the end of the first month of each term, In the event that fees remain unpaid one month after school starts, the student in question will be suspended pending resolution of the matter. School records and report cards will not be issued for students having overdue accounts. 

Tuition fees will not be refunded for any reason for students who leave the school prior to the end of a term. A term’s notice must be given in writing to the Head of School if the parents or guardians with to cancel a place which they have accepted or withdraw the pupil after entry. The cancellation notice must be served by the parents in writing. Parents or guardians will be invoiced for the subsequent term if one term notice is not provided.

a) Parents are held fully responsible for payment of School Fees, regardless if the fees are paid by their employers or other third parties.
b) School Fees paid are not transferable to another student, sibling or semester.
c) Any over-payments will be credited towards the next semester school fees.