207 Balham High Road


SW17 7BQ

t: 020 8673 3188

© 2015 Eveline Day School

The Curriculum


The Eveline Day School follows the National Curriculum for all subjects and uses the new Primary Frameworks for Literacy, Numeracy and Science. Our teaching and learning at School are both of a high standard and our pupils enjoy challenging and exciting activities. 



Classes are also provided for EAAL (English As A Foreign Language) students. Specialised teachers offer both individual and group focus.

Teach In Harmony
Special Needs


At The Eveline Day School each child’s needs are of paramount importance. Our special needs policy is in line with the Department for Education and Skills SEN code of practice. We have weekly visits from an Educational Consultant Psychologist who is on hand to work with individual children and advise staff on any special programmes needed to meet a particular child’s needs and offer support to parents. A moderator oversees and guides our testing methods.


Students are continually assessed throughout the year to track their progress. 

The Future Looks Good




We have successful entrants and have gained scholarships to the following schools at 7 and 11 years of age:


Alleyns, Burntwood, City of London, Dulwich College, Dulwich Prep, Emanuel, Graveney, Hall School Wimbledon, James Allen Girls, Kings College, La Retraite, Marymount International School, Streatham and Clapham High, Surbiton High, Sutton High, Tiffins, Ursuline, Virgo Fidelis, Wallington, Wilsons, Wimbledon High, Whitgift


A high percentage of our students gain scholarships / bursaries to many of the above schools.