Eltham College Junior School A GSG School
- Eltham College Junior School
- Head: Mr E R Cavendish
- T 020 8857 3457
- F 020 8851 7160
- E juniors@eltham…college.org.uk
- W www.elthamcollege.london/
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 7 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Bromley
- Pupils: 225
- Religion: Christian Inter-denominational
- Fees: £14,340 pa
- Open days: Two in Autumn term. Otherwise weekday morning by appointment. Please ring to book a place.
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Eltham College
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Our overwhelming impression was of the boys’ enthusiasm for their academic subjects. We raised an eyebrow at the idea of a Latin club at lunchtime, not a bit of it; two relived being caught out in a comprehension test by...
What the school says...
Eltham College Junior School celebrates the individuality and differences that boys have and it is an exciting and dynamic place for them to enjoy learning a wide range of skills and to develop broad interests.
lt is a short walk away from the Senior School and is set in its own playing fields and therefore it has been able to maintain its own distinctive character and identity, while at the same time benefiting from sharing many of the excellent Senior School facilities. The pupils' transfer to the Senior School is also eased with the establishments of these links.
Respect, trust and care are the cornerstones of our community. In our secure and stimulating environment boys meet new challenges, are encouraged to excel and enjoy productive relationships with each other and staff, allowing them to become well-rounded personalities. A very strong partnership exists between home and school and plays a vital part in establishing the right principles for all children to understand. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysOur overwhelming impression was of the boys’ enthusiasm for their academic subjects. We raised an eyebrow at the idea of a Latin club at lunchtime, not a bit of it; two relived being caught out in a comprehension test by a tricky piece of grammar as if it was a narrowly missed sporting goal. The school receives glowing praise for...
Since 2010, Mr Edmund Cavendish (50s) MA (Oxon) PGCE. Studied modern history at Queen’s College, Oxford. Deputy head at the senior school for five years. Prior to this, he was head of history and then head of sixth form during 16 years at Ipswich School, following four years at Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh. This junior school setting was new for Mr Cavendish, but he relishes the enthusiasm of the younger boys and feels his experience...