Address: 58 Clapham Northside, London SW4 9RU
Number of Pupils: 510 (Pre-Prep & Prep)
Fees: £6,838 per term
Head Teacher: Sarah Segrave
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational, Christian ethos
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective for internal candidates, 8+ for external candidates
Contact: Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions, 020 3917 5050
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Weekly open house every Wednesday morning (contact us for further details on our website – above)
The Good Schools Guide (2018) says that ‘This is a school with excellent academic outcomes, good value added […] and consequently a school of really high expectations.’ We believe passionately in the benefits of single-sex education. We do everything that we can to nurture and empower every single boy to achieve his senior school of choice. By offering a curriculum adjusted to fit with the developmental stages, interests and strengths of boys, we are able to create the very best start for each boy.
Games & The Arts
Sport is an integral part of life at school, whether boys are representing the school or their House, or simply learning to be part of a team. Nearly 75% of our boys play a musical instrument and every boy within the school has weekly drama lessons. There are many plays and musical events in the school – all to a very high standard and greatly enjoyed by parents.
We know the boys, share their highs and lows, and are there for them in every way. Pastoral care is intrinsic in all we do, the fundamental cornerstone of the school. Our Form Tutors and well-established House system provide the overarching structure for our pastoral care, but it is the attention to detail from the staff that ensures that their care is outstanding. Every boy is noticed and supported at Eaton House The Manor.
An impressive number of 2018 scholarships, including a St Paul’s John Colet Scholarship.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
The Good Schools Guide (2018) comments that Mrs Segrave ‘lives and breathes Eaton House’ having worked in the Eaton House Schools Group since 1993. She asks her staff to consider – every single day – whether they have made a difference. She feels that: ‘A school is a place where children grow intellectually and emotionally, guided by teachers who are determined that […] children succeed and are happy.’
- Academically outstanding. From 2010-19, nearly 49 per cent of boys
went to Eton, Dulwich, Tonbridge, Harrow, Westminster, St Paul’s, King’s College Wimbledon and Winchester, and all pupils recieved offers to
a range of top schools
- ‘The pupils […] demonstrate an outstanding natural courtesy’ (ISI Report)
- ‘Everyone is so happy and so encouraging’ (Zach, Year 8)
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