"Donhead Preparatory School is a thriving independent Jesuit preparatory school for boys aged 4-11 years. Applications from other Christian denominations, other faiths and those of no faith are welcomed. Children are prepared thoroughly for selective state and independent schools, as well as maintaining a regular number of pupils transferring to Wimbledon College, a non-selective Jesuit secondary school. There are 340 pupils on roll. The school roll has doubled in the last 8 years and, during that time, the school has benefited from a £4.5m investment in additional and improved facilities. Furthermore, a new £3.2m development began in March 2015. This will be completed in February 2016 and will deliver the benefit of a Chapel, a 150 seat Theatre for music and drama and a two storey Art & Design Centre. "
"Hampton is a happy and vibrant independent day school for boys aged 11 -18. For over 450 years, Hampton School has been helping boys to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations. We are delighted that our examination results and university entrance record consistently rank among the very best in the country. We are a lively, friendly and caring community, where innovative teaching is underpinned by strong shared values and complemented by outstanding pastoral care. We aspire to enable our boys not only to make sense of the world but also to want to go out and improve it."
"King's College School is an independent day school for boys aged 7-18 and girls aged 16-18. Founded in 1829 by Royal Charter, it's a school of over 1200 pupils and is one of the most academically successful schools in the world. Boys here are bright, inquisitive, busy and engaged. We believe that the boys do well because they are happy and enjoy being at school."
"At Reed's we are ambitious for each and every individual we educate. We believe passionately in nurturing and encouraging each child within a supportive environment so that our pupils develop into confident, articulate and happy young men and women who go out into the world with a determination to improve it."
"At Rokeby we put the boys, as individuals, before anything else. We want all of our young people to know that the essence of achievement lies in what they themselves can do and what they can take pride in; that it is not so much about competition with other pupils as with trying to gain the best for themselves from the wealth of opportunities our staff and facilities offer. This demands dedicated teaching, enthusiastic children and good partnership work with parents; and we are proud of this team approach."
"Established in 1865, Shrewsbury House School is one of England’s oldest boys’ Preparatory Schools. Educating boys from the ages of 7 to 13 years, the School provides an exceptional level of preparation for boys to move on to their Senior School and their future lives. High academic standards and a broad curriculum combine with an extensive after-school clubs and activities programme to offer enviable opportunities for new experiences."
"At the heart of St Paul’s is the excitement of learning. We care about our pupils, and their parents, and believe that all boys, from every background — in our founder’s words, of “all nacions and countres indifferently”, should have the opportunity to excel. Inspired by our exceptional history, we look to the future, building on our past. Colet Court, our preparatory school for boys aged from 7 to 13 years, is located on the same site."
"The ethos and aims of the School are to support the education of boys in a selective and high achieving environment. We do this through constantly working to sustain an outstanding quality in our teaching and learning. Our students should become confident independent learners who explore and develop all aspects of their characters and fulfil their potential. Coupled with this is the belief that the development of these young men needs to be matched with a range of wider opportunities that will allow them to become the mature young adults that will go on to higher education and successful careers of their choice. "
"Throughout its history, Willington has been independent and a preparatory school for boys. We take pupils from age 4 in Reception and they normally leave us at the end of Year 8 when they are 13. For over 100 years, Willington was in Putney and we moved to our present site in 1990. The school has been a charitable trust since 1961. Willington sees a clear position for itself in the group of Wimbledon independent schools. While we are, of course, keen to promote the best academic standards we can, we do not see this pursuit to be exclusive of a wide approach to prep school education which involves the boys in a host of sporting and cultural opportunities."
"Early childhood is the foundation on which children build the rest of their lives. At WCPS we greatly value the important role that the Early Years Foundation Stage plays in laying secure foundations for future learning and development."