Address: 58 Clapham Northside, London SW4 9RU
Number of Pupils: 215
Fees: £6,581 per term
Head Teacher: Sarah Segrave
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational, Christian ethos
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective for internal candidates, 8+ for external candidates
Contact: 020 7924 6000
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Weekly open house every Wednesday morning (contact us for further details on our website – above)
Our boys are prepared for the finest day and boarding schools. We are aspirational for every child and the progress they make in their five years at EHTM Prep school is remarkable.
Games & The Arts
Sport is an integral part of life at school, whether representing the school, their house, or simply learning to be part of a team. Nearly three-quarters of our boys play a musical instrument and every boy within the school has weekly drama lessons.
Pastoral care is intrinsic to all the school does and is the cornerstone of Eaton House the Manor, in knowing the boys, sharing their highs and lows and being there for them in every way. Form Tutors and a well-established house system provide the overarching structure for pastoral care, but it is the attention to detail from the staff that ensures that the care is outstanding.
An outstanding cluster of 2018 scholarships, including a St Paul’s John Colet Scholarship.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
An outstanding education is one where teachers are emotionally connected with their pupils and where the relationships between the staff, pupils and parents are bound in a common sense of purpose. An excellent school has passionate, intelligent staff who show a determination to make a difference every day.
A school is not a building, curriculum or timetable. A school is a place where children grow intellectually and emotionally, guided by teachers who are determined that on their watch, children succeed and are happy.
- Exceptional results for 2018 to a range of top day and boarding schools.
- At The Manor, boys brim with academic confidence.
- ‘The pupils have an excellent moral understanding. They demonstrate an outstanding natural courtesy and consideration towards everyone.’ – ISI Report
- ‘The thing that I will miss the most is the atmosphere, how everyone is usually so happy and so encouraging’ -Zach, Year 8.
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