Address: 58 Clapham Northside, London SW4 9RU
Number of Pupils: 260
Fees: (termly) £6,010 (KG to Y3); £7,020 (Y4-Y6)
Head Teacher: Oliver Snowball
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational, Christian ethos
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective at age 4, English and maths assessment for older girls
Contact: Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions, 020 3917 5050
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Book Open House tours online at eatonhouseschools.com, or via [email protected]
‘Teaching is highly effective in promoting pupils’ excellent progress and attainment.’ (ISI Report). A relaxed but highly stimulating classroom environment promotes intellectual curiosity. Academic exploration and risk-taking are two essential ingredients in Eaton House The Manor Girls’ teaching.
Games & The Arts
Being regularly active enhances the girls’ physical and emotional health. They have access to excellent facilities both indoors and outdoors. We teach our girls how to generate original and meaningful ideas for themselves, and actively encourage a fresh, imaginative response.
The Good Schools Guide (2021) says the headmaster ‘wants to be sure that each girl is treated as a special and unique individual.’ He says: ‘At Eaton House The Manor Girls’ School we believe that when girls are happy they are more effective learners and more confident participators.’ Pastoral care is about understanding and supporting each individual child. The house system, excellent form teachers and visible senior management team all combine to ensure that each girl feels supported in her learning.
In 2021, the girls received an outstanding 17 Scholarships and Awards to JAGS, Putney High, Roedean, Streatham and Clapham High, Wimbledon High and Woldingham.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
The Good Schools Guide (2021) says: ‘Mr Snowball seems to have hit the ground running with his vision for the school.’ He says: ‘I want each of the girls to have an adventure at school, to feel they are known, nurtured, encouraged and challenged and I want our school to inspire a genuine love of learning.’
There is a ‘sky is the limit’ approach to learning – anything is possible. Each girl is treated as a confident individual so that she can blossom academically, socially and behaviourally, ready to take on the world. The school aims to develop the girls spiritually, morally and intellectually, producing intelligent, kind and socially aware girls. Part of Eaton House Schools, which is in turn part of the Dukes Education family.
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