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Cameron House

Cameron House

4 The Vale, Chelsea, London, SW3 6AH

020 7352 4040


alice@cameronhouseschool.org

www.cameronhouseschool.org

Cameron House
School type Coeducational Day
Founded 1980
Acting Headmistress Miss Mary-Anne Malloy
Co-ed Age Range 4-11
Number of pupils 118
Number of boys 58
Number of girls 60
Day fees per annum £17,925
Associations BDA, IAPS, ISC
The curriculum

'The school fully meets its aim of maintaining high academic standards and helping each pupil to do their best.' (ISI Inspection 2010). Our academic curriculum prepares all our children for Common Entrance exams. The children study a comprehensive range of subjects using techniques that encourage them to explore, work co-operatively and be creative.



Setup and atmosphere

Cameron House has a nurturing environment that gives children a strong sense of belonging and purpose. With the guidance of the highly qualified staff, children of all abilities achieve excellent standards.



Games and the arts

Essential to life at Cameron House is sport, as well as music, drama and specialist art lessons. These are all integral to the curriculum.



Pastoral care

We encourage all our children to consider and care for others. 'Exemplary pastoral care is a strong feature of the school and staff are united in their approach to the promotion of pupils' well-being and development.' (ISI Inspection 2010).



Outstanding characteristics

Cameron House is a vibrant school well-known for maintaining high academic standards while encouraging individual creativity. Children leave Cameron House as independent thinkers, brimming with intellectual curiosity. Children move on to St Paul's, Godolphin & Latymer, Wycombe Abbey, Benenden, Alleyn's, Latymer Upper, Emanuel, City of London, Francis Holland and many more.

'The headteacher is highly skilled at moulding the staff into a unified team who work with a shared goal of a positive and caring approach towards each individual pupil, that has produced the outstanding response in the attitudes of pupils towards learning and to school' (ISI Report, 2010).