Our Values

All schools in the Eaton House group are broadly Christian, non-denominational schools. They provide a caring and secure environment where the emphasis is on treating each child as an individual so they can blossom academically, socially and behaviourally.

We aim to provide a first-class education, striving for excellence in all academic, cultural and sporting pursuits, giving every child the confidence to discover where their gifts lie and to enjoy their talents.

We strive to create a well-ordered and caring school community, where the self-respect and dignity of each person will flourish and they can be strong in friendship and family.

We share with parents in the spiritual, moral and intellectual development of the children in our community.

Eaton House The Manor Girls' School is an outstanding academic school for girls committed to offering a broad range of subjects and a dynamic, interactive teaching environment.

Inside the classroom, the girls can relish the opportunities to create, debate and problem solve. Yet they also have a full programme of extracurricular trips and activities that help them grow into happy, confident, discerning and adventurous young women. 

Engendering a sense of respect for all people and places is at the heart of what we do. Politeness, kindness and empathy are all regularly discussed and celebrated, with staff being the positive role models for the girls. Teamwork and leadership skills are qualities we promote from the girls' very first days with us to the moment we say farewell to them.

Working with and for the local community means the girls develop an awareness of their context in comparison to those from different backgrounds or socioeconomic groups. By supporting local, national and international charities the girls learn about and support those in challenging circumstances.

Respecting the environment is also a crucial aspect to life at Eaton House The Manor Girls' School. The girls are taught the correct way to care for their surroundings so that both the fabric of the school and its contents are treated properly. Reducing waste, reusing and recycling are all practical concepts embedded into the day-to-day life of the school.  As a result, girls leave Eaton House understanding the importance of looking after our planet and the damaging impact that some human behaviours can pose.

We aim for all our girls to develop a strong social conscience and a desire to be a force for good in the world.