Eaton House Belgravia has a rich heritage, with illustrious alumni from a former Prime Minister, a theologian and a Cabinet minister to a classical actor, an English novelist and an adventurer!
We encourage all our pupils to strive and persevere to be whoever they want to be. We understand that boys blossom academically at different rates, which is why we offer a personalised education, bespoke to each boy, in close consultation with his parents.
Our aim is to encourage boys to be confident and full of self-belief and we do this with a system of positive feedback and rewards. The welfare of each child is paramount and we find that every boy excels at something.
All our boys have the opportunity to fulfil their potential and to flourish through learning, exploration and being inquisitive. We believe that once boys discover a love for learning they can achieve anything. We are proud not to test ability at 4+ entry and yet we remain one of the top feeder schools for Westminster and St Paul’s Schools. Read about the Head
staff to pupil ratio
bright, modern classrooms with specialist air purification systems
of our pupils get their first choice prep school
of our rubbish is recycled
"The pace is fast and there is an expectation that everyone will join in and accept challenges; excellent preparation for the top academic prep schools they are aiming for. ‘We are slightly quirky’ and the school is not purpose-built or manicured but full of energetic, interesting boys… Boys and staff muck in and this works a treat, as the boys are clearly happy."
"Well-mannered and friendly team players who all have a healthy appetite for learning a variety of new skills. Eaton House boys always make a welcome addition to every cohort."
"Eaton House and Westminster Under encourage boys to involve themselves widely in all aspects of school life. Both schools cherish personal qualities that enhance their communities. What a good fit!"
"Traditional 3Rs curriculum with a focus on developing every child's abilities, both academic and non-academic. No streaming and class sizes are kept small to ensure lots of individual attention."