Joining Eaton House at 8 +
THINKING OF MOVING YOUR CHILD AT 8+?
The thoughts of uprooting your child from their current school at 8 years old may seem daunting, but in the independent sector it can be a natural transition for many boys. Eaton House Schools have specific 8+ entry point for boys, who are usually ready to take that next leap forward, both academically and socially.
All the Eaton House Schools stand on two important pillars – academic quality and gold standard wellbeing. We have a heritage that stretches back to 1897, which means that generations of Eaton House boys have gone on to Eton, St Paul’s, Westminster, Tonbridge, Winchester, Dulwich, King’s College Wimbledon, and many other fine schools.
Our boys are treated as individuals and we take a considerable amount of time to learn what makes them ‘tick’ and what their talents are, so that they may be noticed, praised and developed. This is the key to our consistent academic success over many decades, and we are proud to see children of all backgrounds and abilities shine with this level of personal care. Our world-class academics are balanced by a co-curricular and extra-curricular programme that develops the boys for life. We have dedicated spaces for Science, DT, Art, Music and Drama and the boys are offered a huge range of co-curricular trips, clubs and activities, with up to 20 exciting after-school clubs usually offered each term.
Whether you choose Eaton House Belgravia, a large townhouse in Eaton Gate, or Eaton House The Manor, a wonderful Georgian building on a 1.5 acre site facing Clapham Common, you will have made a decision to give your son the best start for independent senior school examinations at 11+ or 13+.
With periods of home learning a possibility at this time, it is comforting to know that Eaton House Schools is the forefront of technology, with a Remote Learning Hub that allows pupils to receive a full education during periods of lockdown or isolation.
Eaton House Schools offers an exceptional environment in which to work, play and maximise your son’s talent.
ASSESSMENTS AT 8+
For both Eaton House Belgravia School and Eaton House The Manor Boys’ School and you will need to register for 2021 entry into the Year 4 class.
It is a great regret that we are unable to welcome any visitors to the school at present due to our precautions and protocols around Covid-10. However, you can view a film about the schools via the following links:
Eaton House Belgravia https://youtu.be/JvvI10HJz8c
Eaton House The Manor https://youtu.be/6wQ4thRJZMc
WHAT HAPPENS AT THE 8+ ASSESSMENT DAY
- If we are able to proceed with assessment in person, your son will participate in a variety of activities around the school, have an interview with the Headteacher, and sit assessments in English, Maths and Reasoning
- The sessions usually last from 9.00am until 1.00pm and we aim to make the morning as relaxed and enjoyable as possible for the boys
- Full information on the day will be sent to registrants nearer the time but, in the meantime, please save the date
If you have any questions about the assessment process, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions on 020 3917 5050 or email@example.com, who will be happy to help.
8+ ENTRY TIMETABLE FOR ENTRY SEPTEMBER 2021
Join us for a Virtual Information Session via Zoom, hosted by Miss Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions, to include an introductory talk by the Headteacher about the school and 8+ entry. Please register your interest below and we will forward further information.
Our Assessment mornings for 8+ take place on
Thursday 14 January 2021, from 9am-1pm at The Manor (Clapham)
Friday 15 January 2021, from 9am-1pm at Belgravia
Registration is required before the assessment dates. REGISTER HERE
Please be aware that timings and activities are subject to change due to changing Covid-19 restrictions.
To attend an Eaton House 8+ Virtual Open Morning, please use the form or contact Miss Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions on 0203 917 5050 or firstname.lastname@example.org who will arrange for a Zoom link to be sent to you shortly before the session.