Eaton House The Manor is situated in and behind a beautiful Georgian building on 1.5 acres, overlooking Clapham Common.
The Nursery School takes boys and girls rising three into its ‘Advanced Plus' learning programme, which works beyond the traditional Early Years Foundation Stage. Younger minds learn English through early phonics and problem-solving skills, through beginner’s science and maths, whilst enjoying lots of fun activities, including languages, mindfulness, cooking, yoga and active play.
The separate boys’ and girls’ schools at The Manor, start from 4 years old and are non-selective. Wellbeing sits at the core of the learning ethos that ‘a happy child is an engaged child’. The Manor Boys’ School, is a feeder for some outstanding schools including Westminster, Eton College, Dulwich and St Paul’s, and Eaton House The Manor Girls’ School, received a superb 10 scholarship offers in 2020 to many fine schools.
Early application is advised, and children may be registered from birth. For more information on the application process visit our admissions pages.
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of parents were happy with the communications during the remote learning period
extracurricular clubs and activities for prep and pre-prep children to choose from
rated the nursery pastoral care as good or excellent – Cappco report 2017
of our rubbish is recycled locally.
Parents tell us: ‘very good teachers, inspiring yet demanding’; ‘teachers ensure the subjects/topics are fully understood, taking extra time where necessary’; and ‘great cohesion between subjects in the curriculum’.
A happy environment, treating boys as individuals, but striving for high academic standards.
The quality of pupils' achievements and learning is excellent. It is strongly supported by the dynamic curriculum and broad programme of extra-curricular activities.
I particularly like the fact that the boys are split by age in the pre-prep so the younger boys are taught together. The school really understands little boys , how they develop , what motivates them and tailors the syllabus accordingly.