Swan House

Eveline Day School is a unique independent preparatory school in Wandsworth catering for children from 3 to 11 years old. We are the perfect school for working parents and welcome international families.

We open from 7.30am to 6.30pm, Monday to Friday all year round (apart from bank holidays and 3 days over the Christmas period).

Our school offers small class sizes of 12-15 students with excellent staff/ student ratios. We believe that learning is a joyful and rewarding experience and we encourage our students to aspire to high academic standards and achievement in all areas of learning.

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The students have a wealth of learning opportunities through a broad and balanced curriculum including residential trips from the age of seven, which help the children to develop independence and make decisions. The school is renowned for its creativity in music and drama and we believe that these skills build on self-esteem and confidence. Sport and high quality nutrition are an integral part of our school day. The school has an extended day and the children benefit from many extra-curricular activities.

We follow the National Curriculum, taking the Statutory Assessment Task (SATS) at 7 and 11 years old. We also prepare our students for entrance exams to local and selective secondary schools. We have had successful entrants and gained scholarships to many top secondary schools including: Kings College, Dulwich College, Wimbledon High, Emanuel, James Allen Prep School, Alleyns and Graveney.Daily sports are encouraged, this includes morning training sessions, leadership skills, runs and Brain Gym, lunch-time football/netball, weekly PE and swimming lessons and after-school sports practice.

The safety, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the children is paramount to our ethos and the children use their initiative, take responsibility for their actions and make decisions about their own futures. Our school is inclusive and diverse, “There is a tangible sense of racial harmony.” Ofsted.