Address: 58 Clapham Common Northside, London SW4 9RU & 3-5 Eaton Gate, Belgravia, London SW1W 9BA
Founded: 1993 & 2017
Number of Pupils: 64 in total
Fees: From £580 for one afternoon to £3,310 for 5 mornings (per term). Costs vary with time slots.
Ages: 3 – 4 ½
Head Teacher: Roosha Sue (EHTM) Helena Lottering (EHB)
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational, Christian ethos
Entrance Procedure: Non–selective
Contact: Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions, 020 3917 5050
School Visits: EHTM: Weekly open house every Wednesday. EHB: Open house or individual tours (contact us for further details)
Our nurseries are a constant hive of activity where children are happy, busy and curious to learn. Every child is challenged
at their own level in a kind and caring atmosphere and the sky is the limit! Individual and small group work allows us to constantly differentiate between pupils. There are many activities on offer, from sports and swimming to IT, drama and design in our brand new state-of-the art nurseries.
Games & The Arts
At the Manor, large wooden blocks and sand and water develop fine and gross motor skills, with free flow out into the playground that allows children to play in an inviting space. At Belgravia, children enjoy a dedicated, educative environment in a wonderful mansion house nursery. All children take part in our annual Nativity and throughout the year we also have smaller performances.
‘Pastoral care is extremely strong, 100% rated it excellent or good’ – Cappco. Each child is supported and encouraged, gaining independence and confidence. When children leave our nurseries they are fully prepared for school at 4+. This allows them an easy transition to Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Prep and Eaton House The Manor Pre-Prep.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Roosha Sue: ‘My philosophy for our nursery is for every child to settle in, be happy and treated as unique. Our pastoral care is second to none. We hope that all of our Cubs and Bears are excited and curious to learn through being exposed to a variety of experiences, from cooking, yoga and pottery to languages. Our children leave school ready, confident and eager to continue their learning journey.’ Helena Lottering: ‘I believe that Nursery should be a ‘happy place’ where children have the freedom to explore and discover. They should have the courage to take risks to reach their full potential.’
- We empower children to be happy, independent and curious learners
- We aim to have your child completely ‘school ready’
- Children are unique and so is their learning journey
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