Please join us for our next open morning on Thursday 17th September at 9.30am.

We hope this will be able to take place in person at school, but we will be following government guidance and will contact you closer to the time if there are any changes to the format. Or if you prefer please contact our registrar to arrange a tour, email registrar@eatonsquaremayfair.com
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Our aim at Eaton Square Mayfair is to develop young people who are knowledgeable, caring and successful with bright, enquiring minds. We want our pupils to have a positive approach to life, to broaden their horizons and to value the opportunity to think and study independently. We also value and appreciate the importance of achieving excellent academic results. We intend for our GCSE pupils to have access to exceptional facilities, resources and teaching that will allow them to thrive and fulfil their academic potential.

We want to ensure that every pupil continues to enjoy their education and also has a clear sense of purpose as they begin the next stage of their academic life. In seeing GCSE study years as a step towards achieving future goals, they will remain motivated and be determined to achieve their best. Our curriculum is designed to ensure that subjects offer a well-defined programme of study that encourages our pupils to build upon their skills and look to their future.

The next steps

The Core GCSEs prepare our pupils for life beyond Eaton Square Mayfair. They develop and secure the fundamental skills essential for future work and study. The range of option subjects allow pupils to develop their own interests and are the first step in them designing the shape of their own education. The Core GCSEs at Eaton Square Mayfair are English Language, English Literature, Mathematics and Science (worth two GCSEs). This year, we offered sixteen options to our pupils to complement their core GCSEs.

The wider curriculum

In addition to the Core GCSE programme, pupils are required to take other non-examination subjects as part of the wider curriculum. For this reason, physical education and games are compulsory subjects in which pupils may be given the opportunity to develop individual strengths as well as continuing to receive a good balance of team and individual physical activities. Personal, Social, Health Citizenship and Economic Education (PSHCEE) is also a requirement and the Year 10 and 11 curriculum contains age-appropriate modules on important messages that will help to prepare our young people for life beyond school and in a modern society.

Beyond the classroom

At GCSE level more than ever, we expect our pupils to begin to take responsibility not only for their own learning, but also for their own growth and personal development. The school will provide many opportunities for pupils to develop their current interests and skills as well as developing new interests and skills. We will create positions of responsibility and we will seek to use London’s rich cultural heritage to ensure that pupils are exposed to as much of what our city has to offer as possible.