The Eaton House Group of Schools
The Eaton House Group of Schools is a group of
The schools have a non-denominational Christian ethos, and a carol service at the local church is a regular occurrence every year. Places are allocated on a first-come first-served basis, sometimes with regard to those with previous family connections with the school. Form entry at the schools often involves very long waiting lists (in one reported case, 160 students applied for around 30 places at the Manor at age 4). The group is a member of the
|Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Preparatory and Prep|
|Motto||Win with grace, lose with dignity|
|Age||4 to 11|
Mr Thomas Sale[a] Morton was born in 1867 and
The school was originally opened at 35 Cliveden Place, but it was moved many times in the Belgravia area, and in 1937 the current premises at Eaton Gate were purchased, and the school was renamed Eaton House School. During
Following the departure of Morton, the school was then run by Robin T. Gladstone, identified to the pupils as a relative of
In 1998, Lucy Watts became Headmistress of the school, retiring in July 2015. She was replaced by Annabel Abbott. In September 2017, Mr Huw May became Headmaster of Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Prep School and the new Eaton Belgravia Prep School in South Kensington, taking boys from 8-11.
In October 2013, a media controversy was triggered over the banning of nut consumption at breakfast for pupils at home, in addition to bans on consumption of certain foods in the school; however, no complaints appear to have been made to the school over the policy.
In January 2017, the school was renamed Eaton House Pre-Preparatory, to coincide with the launch of Eaton House Preparatory, and then again in June 2017 to Eaton House Belgravia Pre-Preparatory.
Eaton House Pre-Preparatory has taken part in Belgravia Christmas Sunday, and regularly takes part in the wreath-laying ceremony during the