Considering a change of school for your son at age 5 - 11

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Considering a change of school for your son at age 5 - 11

Postby Annabel (admin) » Fri Dec 06, 2019 5:38 pm

If you are considering a change of school for your son at age 5-11, perhaps because he wants to step up a gear academically, or would like to try for an Academic, Arts, Drama or Sports Scholarship or because he wants to develop different aspects of his personality and make new friendship groups, come and talk to Sam Feilding, Head of Admissions at Eaton House The Manor. Sam will be a sympathetic ear to speak to and she is well placed to advice on all aspects of moving a child between schools, ensuring that they are integrated as quickly as possible.
 
Eaton House the Manor Pre-Prep and Prep takes boys aged 4-13. and they move into the Prep until the. It has achieved exceptional results in 2019, and leavers have received offers from 16 top senior schools with 216 A* and A grades at Common Entrance, 13 scholarships and two CE prizes. They are part of a long tradition of academic excellence which has included a St Paul’s John Colet Scholarship in 2018.
 
The results are also extremely consistent. From 2010-2019, nearly 49 per cent of boys went on to Eton, Westminster, St Paul’s, Dulwich, Tonbridge, Harrow and King’s College, Wimbledon and all pupils received offers to a range of top schools.
 
Pupils who wish to join Eaton House The Manor from age 5 upwards need to visit the school and be assessed academically. Sam is always happy to talk to parents about what is required. Assessments are age specific and one-on-one and always conducted in a friendly, informal and relaxed atmosphere, with all the child’s previous schooling and experience taken into account.
 
All our boys brim with academic confidence, due to the teaching style which empowers children to discover their love of learning and the exceptional pastoral care provided by the school. The Headmistress, Mrs Sarah Segrave, is committed in her belief that, on her watch, every boy will be recognised as an individual and his potential maximised.
 
If that sounds right for your son, contact Sam Feilding for a chat direct on 0203 917 5050
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