Eaton House Schools suggest a common promise – the promise of an outstanding education for your child based on a 120 year heritage of academic excellence and founded on a caring culture of wellbeing that allows children to blossom both academically and emotionally on a non-selective entry at 4+.
Pupils in both Belgravia and Clapham receive a range of scholarships and attend many prestigious schools, including Westminster, St Paul’s School, Dulwich College, James Allen’s Girls’ School (JAGS), Charterhouse, Winchester, Wycombe Abbey and Eton.
We have an unashamedly aspirational culture –whether in academics, music, sport, drama or any other endeavour – where there is a place for every single child to shine. All Eaton House Schools’ children are immersed in a rich world of creativity, extra-curricular clubs, trips and value-added extras that are designed to support their learning and to help them to achieve their full potential.
What Others Say About Us
The 2022 edition of the Good Schools Guide, comments that our Headmaster, Huw May, is “ambitious for his school, shows vision and is full of enthusiasm for developing each boy’s all-round potential, emotionally as well as academically”.
In his words, his personal mission is that “no boy shall ever go unremarked at Eaton House Belgravia”.
Mr May has been incumbent since September 2017, and to date he has delivered:
- individual learning plans that maximise every boy’s potential
- the best Pre-Prep results for five years, with 40% of 7+ and 8+ pupils receiving Westminster or St Paul’s offers, amongst other fine schools
- a significant spike in 8+ offers to Westminster, St Paul’s and other top schools
- a new Prep School at the Eaton House Belgravia Eaton Gate site
Here is what some people are saying about us at the very beginning of Mr May’s tenure:
Eaton House Belgravia
Eaton House Belgravia was inspected by The Ofsted Independent School in 2018. We were graded good with areas of outstanding.
“The headteacher ensures that pupils receive a consistently good quality of education. He has high expectations of himself, staff and pupils. Staff value the strong leadership he provides.”