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EATON HOUSE THE MANOR GIRLS SING AT THE O2!

On Tuesday 5th February, Eaton House The Manor Girls’ School Form 6 students joined in as part of the largest choir ever to sing at the O2, with over 8000 school children taking part.

“Singing with amazing professional singers was such an inspiration,” says Leah Hickie, Head of Music at EHTM Girls’ School.  “Tony Hadley, the lead singer of Spandau Ballet was amazing and we sung some of his songs such as ‘Gold’ and ‘True’ and the lead singer of Basement Jazz, Sharlene Hector, was also absolutely inspirational.” 

There was so much fun and enjoyment on the night and the girls were able to dance as well as sing as Urban Stride Dance Group featured in some of the songs and a ‘Moana Mashup’ involved movements created  to illustrate the songs, all performed in unison.

One of the girls reported: “I’ve had the best time. It made me so dizzy to see so many children singing together. It just made me so happy to be there! “

 

Conquering the Three Peaks in 24 hours

From June 27th to June 28th of this year, 19 Eaton House The Manor Prep boys completed the incredible Three Peaks Challenge, which was to climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon – in 24 hours.

The boys arrived in Glasgow accompanied by a number of staff members and a trained expedition medic. They had been training hard for months and were properly prepared and ready to begin the ascent of Ben Nevis at 5pm. It was a challenging climb in sweltering heat as the base of Ben Nevis was 36 degrees! At 10pm they finished Ben Nevis and started the 6 hour drive to Scafell Pike, sleeping on the way. They started that climb at an eerie 4am, finishing just after dawn broke. They then headed to Snowdon, where they started climbing at 1pm and reached the summit at 5pm. ‘The best moment was when our group reached the top of Snowdon,’ said  Edward, a Year 8 pupil. ‘Because there was a massive sense of achievement in thinking that we had completed it in 24 hours. The scariest moment was  when we decided not to take the path down Ben Nevis but to scramble our way straight down the mountain!”’

 

‘They did it in style,’ said the Headmistress of Eaton House The Manor Prep, Mrs Sarah Segrave. ‘And they did it in 24 hours, with every boy making it up every peak, showing good humour and toughness along the way. Eaton House The Manor Prep boys don’t do anything by halves.”’ The whole  event was for charity and raised £11,243 for Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity.

EATON HOUSE BELGRAVIA WINS AWARD

Eaton House Belgravia has been selected in the Independent School of the Year awards as a Highly Commended School in the Independent Boys’ School of the Year category. It was a national competition and Eaton House Belgravia was the only London Prep School in this category. The winner was Bolton School Boys’ Division. The other Highly Commended schools were Dulwich College Senior School and Moulsford School.

The organisers commented:  “Having had over 200 applications for these awards, the school stood out as a key player in the industry due to the depth and breadth of its offering … our judges recognised Eaton House Belgravia as one of the stand out schools to enter the awards.” 

In 2018, Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Prep achieved some of the most outstanding 7+ and 8+ results in London, with 40% of students securing offers to Westminster and St Paul’s at 7+ and 8+, amongst many fine schools. This was from a non-selective entry, because Eaton House Schools firmly maintain that children blossom at different rates educationally. 

Huw May commented:  “This award is undoubtedly for all the people in the school who contribute to its unique spirit – from the front desk staff to the form teachers, House masters and mistresses, sports teachers and caterers, never forgetting that an army marches on its feet! Above all, it is for our amazing pupils and their dedicated and supportive parents. Working together as one team they all make this school a happy, magical and successful place to be.”

 

Eaton House Schools

OPEN MORNINGS

Eaton House The Manor schools (Nursery, Girls’ School, Pre-Prep and Prep schools) are now registering for 2020, with a few 2019 places remaining. They hold regular Open Mornings (9-10.30am) on Wednesdays and the spring dates are 16 Jan (fully booked), 23 Jan, 30 Jan, 6 Feb, 13 Feb, 27 Feb, 6 Mar, 20 Mar, bookable via the website at www.eatonhouseschools.com.To find out more, please contact Jennifer McEnhill, Head of Admissions, at jmcenhill@eatonhouseschools.com  or on 0203 917 5050.

Eaton House Belgravia (Nursery, Pre-Prep and Prep schools), which has just won a Highly Commended Award in the Independent Boys’ School of the Year Category  in the Independent School of the Year Awards 2018,is now registering for 2020, with a few 2019 places remaining.  They are holding two Open Evenings from 7-9pm on Wednesday 13 March and Wednesday 12 June 2019, bookable via the website at www.eatonhouseschools.com. To find out more, please contact Jennifer McEnhill, Head of Admissions, at jmcenhill@eatonhouseschools.com or on 0203 917 5050.

EATON HOUSE THE MANOR GIRLS SING AT THE O2!

On Tuesday 5th February, Eaton House The Manor Girls’ School Form 6 students joined in as part of the largest choir ever to sing at the O2, with over 8000 school children taking part.

“Singing with amazing professional singers was such an inspiration,” says Leah Hickie, Head of Music at EHTM Girls’ School.  “Tony Hadley, the lead singer of Spandau Ballet was amazing and we sung some of his songs such as ‘Gold’ and ‘True’ and the lead singer of Basement Jazz, Sharlene Hector, was also absolutely inspirational.” 

There was so much fun and enjoyment on the night and the girls were able to dance as well as sing as Urban Stride Dance Group featured in some of the songs and a ‘Moana Mashup’ involved movements created  to illustrate the songs, all performed in unison.

One of the girls reported: “I’ve had the best time. It made me so dizzy to see so many children singing together. It just made me so happy to be there! “

 

Eaton House Schools

OPEN MORNINGS

Eaton House The Manor schools (Nursery, Girls’ School, Pre-Prep and Prep schools) are now registering for 2020, with a few 2019 places remaining. They hold regular Open Mornings (9-10.30am) on Wednesdays and the spring dates are 16 Jan (fully booked), 23 Jan, 30 Jan, 6 Feb, 13 Feb, 27 Feb, 6 Mar, 20 Mar, bookable via the website at www.eatonhouseschools.com.To find out more, please contact Jennifer McEnhill, Head of Admissions, at jmcenhill@eatonhouseschools.com  or on 0203 917 5050.

Eaton House Belgravia (Nursery, Pre-Prep and Prep schools), which has just won a Highly Commended Award in the Independent Boys’ School of the Year Category  in the Independent School of the Year Awards 2018,is now registering for 2020, with a few 2019 places remaining.  They are holding two Open Evenings from 7-9pm on Wednesday 13 March and Wednesday 12 June 2019, bookable via the website at www.eatonhouseschools.com. To find out more, please contact Jennifer McEnhill, Head of Admissions, at jmcenhill@eatonhouseschools.com or on 0203 917 5050.

EATON HOUSE BELGRAVIA WINS AWARD

Eaton House Belgravia has been selected in the Independent School of the Year awards as a Highly Commended School in the Independent Boys’ School of the Year category. It was a national competition and Eaton House Belgravia was the only London Prep School in this category. The winner was Bolton School Boys’ Division. The other Highly Commended schools were Dulwich College Senior School and Moulsford School.

The organisers commented:  “Having had over 200 applications for these awards, the school stood out as a key player in the industry due to the depth and breadth of its offering … our judges recognised Eaton House Belgravia as one of the stand out schools to enter the awards.” 

In 2018, Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Prep achieved some of the most outstanding 7+ and 8+ results in London, with 40% of students securing offers to Westminster and St Paul’s at 7+ and 8+, amongst many fine schools. This was from a non-selective entry, because Eaton House Schools firmly maintain that children blossom at different rates educationally. 

Huw May commented:  “This award is undoubtedly for all the people in the school who contribute to its unique spirit – from the front desk staff to the form teachers, House masters and mistresses, sports teachers and caterers, never forgetting that an army marches on its feet! Above all, it is for our amazing pupils and their dedicated and supportive parents. Working together as one team they all make this school a happy, magical and successful place to be.”

 

Conquering the Three Peaks in 24 hours

From June 27th to June 28th of this year, 19 Eaton House The Manor Prep boys completed the incredible Three Peaks Challenge, which was to climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon – in 24 hours.

The boys arrived in Glasgow accompanied by a number of staff members and a trained expedition medic. They had been training hard for months and were properly prepared and ready to begin the ascent of Ben Nevis at 5pm. It was a challenging climb in sweltering heat as the base of Ben Nevis was 36 degrees! At 10pm they finished Ben Nevis and started the 6 hour drive to Scafell Pike, sleeping on the way. They started that climb at an eerie 4am, finishing just after dawn broke. They then headed to Snowdon, where they started climbing at 1pm and reached the summit at 5pm. ‘The best moment was when our group reached the top of Snowdon,’ said  Edward, a Year 8 pupil. ‘Because there was a massive sense of achievement in thinking that we had completed it in 24 hours. The scariest moment was  when we decided not to take the path down Ben Nevis but to scramble our way straight down the mountain!”’

 

‘They did it in style,’ said the Headmistress of Eaton House The Manor Prep, Mrs Sarah Segrave. ‘And they did it in 24 hours, with every boy making it up every peak, showing good humour and toughness along the way. Eaton House The Manor Prep boys don’t do anything by halves.”’ The whole  event was for charity and raised £11,243 for Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity.

EATON HOUSE THE MANOR GIRLS SING AT THE O2!

On Tuesday 5th February, Eaton House The Manor Girls’ School Form 6 students joined in as part of the largest choir ever to sing at the O2, with over 8000 school children taking part.

“Singing with amazing professional singers was such an inspiration,” says Leah Hickie, Head of Music at EHTM Girls’ School.  “Tony Hadley, the lead singer of Spandau Ballet was amazing and we sung some of his songs such as ‘Gold’ and ‘True’ and the lead singer of Basement Jazz, Sharlene Hector, was also absolutely inspirational.” 

There was so much fun and enjoyment on the night and the girls were able to dance as well as sing as Urban Stride Dance Group featured in some of the songs and a ‘Moana Mashup’ involved movements created  to illustrate the songs, all performed in unison.

One of the girls reported: “I’ve had the best time. It made me so dizzy to see so many children singing together. It just made me so happy to be there! “

 

EATON HOUSE BELGRAVIA WINS AWARD

Eaton House Belgravia has been selected in the Independent School of the Year awards as a Highly Commended School in the Independent Boys’ School of the Year category. It was a national competition and Eaton House Belgravia was the only London Prep School in this category. The winner was Bolton School Boys’ Division. The other Highly Commended schools were Dulwich College Senior School and Moulsford School.

The organisers commented:  “Having had over 200 applications for these awards, the school stood out as a key player in the industry due to the depth and breadth of its offering … our judges recognised Eaton House Belgravia as one of the stand out schools to enter the awards.” 

In 2018, Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Prep achieved some of the most outstanding 7+ and 8+ results in London, with 40% of students securing offers to Westminster and St Paul’s at 7+ and 8+, amongst many fine schools. This was from a non-selective entry, because Eaton House Schools firmly maintain that children blossom at different rates educationally. 

Huw May commented:  “This award is undoubtedly for all the people in the school who contribute to its unique spirit – from the front desk staff to the form teachers, House masters and mistresses, sports teachers and caterers, never forgetting that an army marches on its feet! Above all, it is for our amazing pupils and their dedicated and supportive parents. Working together as one team they all make this school a happy, magical and successful place to be.”

 

Eaton House Schools

OPEN MORNINGS

Eaton House The Manor schools (Nursery, Girls’ School, Pre-Prep and Prep schools) are now registering for 2020, with a few 2019 places remaining. They hold regular Open Mornings (9-10.30am) on Wednesdays and the spring dates are 16 Jan (fully booked), 23 Jan, 30 Jan, 6 Feb, 13 Feb, 27 Feb, 6 Mar, 20 Mar, bookable via the website at www.eatonhouseschools.com.To find out more, please contact Jennifer McEnhill, Head of Admissions, at jmcenhill@eatonhouseschools.com  or on 0203 917 5050.

Eaton House Belgravia (Nursery, Pre-Prep and Prep schools), which has just won a Highly Commended Award in the Independent Boys’ School of the Year Category  in the Independent School of the Year Awards 2018,is now registering for 2020, with a few 2019 places remaining.  They are holding two Open Evenings from 7-9pm on Wednesday 13 March and Wednesday 12 June 2019, bookable via the website at www.eatonhouseschools.com. To find out more, please contact Jennifer McEnhill, Head of Admissions, at jmcenhill@eatonhouseschools.com or on 0203 917 5050.

Conquering the Three Peaks in 24 hours

From June 27th to June 28th of this year, 19 Eaton House The Manor Prep boys completed the incredible Three Peaks Challenge, which was to climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales – Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon – in 24 hours.

The boys arrived in Glasgow accompanied by a number of staff members and a trained expedition medic. They had been training hard for months and were properly prepared and ready to begin the ascent of Ben Nevis at 5pm. It was a challenging climb in sweltering heat as the base of Ben Nevis was 36 degrees! At 10pm they finished Ben Nevis and started the 6 hour drive to Scafell Pike, sleeping on the way. They started that climb at an eerie 4am, finishing just after dawn broke. They then headed to Snowdon, where they started climbing at 1pm and reached the summit at 5pm. ‘The best moment was when our group reached the top of Snowdon,’ said  Edward, a Year 8 pupil. ‘Because there was a massive sense of achievement in thinking that we had completed it in 24 hours. The scariest moment was  when we decided not to take the path down Ben Nevis but to scramble our way straight down the mountain!”’

 

‘They did it in style,’ said the Headmistress of Eaton House The Manor Prep, Mrs Sarah Segrave. ‘And they did it in 24 hours, with every boy making it up every peak, showing good humour and toughness along the way. Eaton House The Manor Prep boys don’t do anything by halves.”’ The whole  event was for charity and raised £11,243 for Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity.