Tower House School

Tower House School

Address: 188 Sheen Lane, East Sheen, London SW14 8LF
Founded: 1931
Number of Pupils: 180 boys
Ages: 4-13 years
Fees: Reception – Year 1£5,250 per term, Year 2 &3 £5,800 per term, Years 4-8 £5,950
Head Teacher: Mr Greg Evans
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Entrance Procedure: Early registration essential, places allocated in order of registration. Non-selective.
Contact: 020 8876 3323
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Termly open mornings and personal tours available by appointment. Please contact [email protected] to arrange.

The Curriculum

Tower House offers an exceptional education, focusing on strong literacy, maths and extra-curricular activities. Emphasis is placed on academic progress and development through continual monitoring and supporting individual needs.

Games & the Arts

Sport is integral and pupils are encouraged to experience the thrill of playing matches as part of a team. Performance is encouraged through music or involvement in drama, whilst art and design are also major strengths at the school.

Pastoral Care

The size of Tower House enables a supportive environment where individuals are given time to find their passions and thrive. It is a very happy place which enables pupils to gain the personal skills and confidence to shape their own futures, whilst also developing a sense of their own self-worth, to value others and delight in achievement. Highly qualified staff help grow the pupil’s personal and moral characters.

University Places

Leavers attain scholarships to top UK day and boarding schools 

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

A great emphasis is placed on the development of each boys’ character and confidence – encouraging responsibility, self-discipline and above all kindness and compassion for others. This happens alongside a fun and forward-looking learning environment with staff that inspire pupils to be intellectually curious and ambitious.

Outstanding Characteristics

A rich learning environment with small year group sizes means no boy is left behind and curiosity, debate and critical thinking are strongly encouraged. The nature of Tower House enables a feeling of a large family, where everyone knows and supports each other, allowing strong self – esteem in pupils.