The Eveline Day School is committed to meeting the requirements of the primary National Curriculum. The school aims to give every child the knowledge, skills and passion to be the very best that they can be as learners and as global citizens.
Our progression maps reflect our key learning and the challenge of the curriculum. Teachers have received training in key areas of curriculum change and are ready to provide outstanding curriculum provision.
The curriculum will be taught with the consideration of the needs of all learners. Our curriculum will be exciting and will inspire children to nurture a passion for learning, as we develop the intellectual, emotional, spiritual and physical aspects of every pupil.
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
At Eveline Day School we speak with parents to ascertain the abilities, personality and learning styles of children with English as an Additional Language so we have knowledge of their skills. Within the classroom EAL children are placed with the most fluent English speakers who act as role models. We also provide peer mentors from other classes who may be fluent in the child’s first language. Teachers use visual information to make lessons more accessible and specialist staff give targeted intervention and advice.
At Eveline Day School, we value the contribution that each child makes within the school and wider community. We are committed to offering an inclusive education to ensure the best possible outcomes for all of our children, by removing barriers to learning to promote high levels of achievement. We do this by taking account of pupils’ varied life experiences and needs. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum and have high expectations for all children. The achievement, attitude and well-being of every child matters, and inclusion is the responsibility of every person within our school community. Each child is given an equal opportunity to attain and achieve to their full potential whatever their needs and abilities.
The Future Looks Good
Our children transition successfully to the schools listed below at 11 years, with a number gaining scholarships:
Alleyns, Burntwood, City of London, Dulwich College, Dulwich Prep, Emanuel, Graveney, Hall School Wimbledon, James Allen Girls (JAGs), Kings College, La Retraite, Marymount International School, Woldingham, Thames Christian College, Streatham and Clapham High, Surbiton High, Sutton High, Tiffins, Ursuline, Virgo Fidelis, Wallington, Wilsons, Wimbledon High, Whitgift, Trinity and Royal Russell.