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Eltham College Junior School

Mottingham Lane, Mottingham, London, England SE9 4QF
Tel: +44 (0) 20 8857 3457

Private School (Fee Paying) Boys 7 - 18 Years Day

Eltham College is a successful, independent and diverse school for boys and girls aged between 7-18 years old located on a beautiful 70-acre site between Eltham and Mottingham in South East London.

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Word From The Head

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Guy Sanderson

Based on the same site in South East London as Eltham College, our Junior School offers a unique environment in which boys are genuinely valued as individuals and challenged both inside and outside the classroom.

Eltham College Junior School takes boys from the age of seven to eleven in Years 3 to 6. Studetns join us from many different prep and infant schools.

As an academically selected group the boys can all be accelerated in their learning, often working well ahead of national curriculum expectations. Almost all boys progress seamlessly through to the Senior School without the need to take the entrance examination.

Excellence is also pursued outside the classroom whether on the sports field, stage or concert hall. In recent years we have had rugby teams with 100% wins, trebles singing at world famous venues and actors earning hosts of awards at local festivals.

Specialist coaching brings out the latent ability but this is not at the expense of inclusion where boys of differing talents can still play, sing and act for the school regularly.

There is a tremendous sense of fun, energy and involvement at the school and we are a positive and caring community where values matter - something borne from our Christian foundations. Boys being successful and enjoying themselves is what we strive for.

We hope you will enjoy finding out more about our school; we are very proud of it.

Guy Sanderson
Master of the Junior School

Open Days, Visits & Events

14-09-2024 - Open Day

Eltham College warmly invites parents and students to our autumn programme of events, offering a unique opportunity to meet our students and staff, explore our exceptional facilities, and gain a genuine sense of what it’s like to be a part of our vibrant school community.

Accompanied by our student-led tours, you’ll have the chance to explore our grounds and exceptional facilities. Engage in meaningful conversations with our dedicated teachers and Admissions team, who are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

What We Offer

    • Drama/Theatre
    • ICT
    • Painting/Sculpture
    • Chinese - Mandarin
    • French
    • Athletics
    • Cricket
    • Fencing
    • Football
    • Gymnastics
    • Hockey
    • Rugby
    • Swimming
    • Tennis
    • Touch Rugby
    • Adventure Training
    • Beavers
    • Chess
    • Dance
    • Drama
    • Duke of Edinburgh
    • Horse Riding & Management
    • Language Club
    • Public Speaking
    • Rock Climbing
    • Skiing
    • Dyslexia or Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)
    • Physical Disabilities
    • Aspergers Syndrome (AS)
    • Autistic Spectrum of Disorder (ASD)
    • Delicate/Medical Conditions
    • Epilepsy
    • Language and Communication Disorders
    • Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
    • Social Emotional and Mental Health Needs (SEMH)
    • After School Club
    • Before School Club
    • Gifted Children
    • School Bus Service


    • Entry test or exam
    • Report from previous school
      • Inter-denominational
      • English

        Age Range & Fees

        Age Range7 to 18
        Annual Day Fees *£15690 to £15690
        Annual Weekly Boarding Fees *£0 to £0
        Annual Full Boarding Fees *£0 to £0
        * Currency: GB Pound

        Number Of Pupils

        0Full Boarding0
        0Weekly Boarding0
        Boys Girls

        Number Of Staff

        Full-time: 16
        Part-time: 8

        % Pupils Gaining
        GCSE/IGCSE Passes 5 - 9

        % Pupils Gaining
        A Level Grades A – C

        % Pupils Going
        To University