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Welcome to Eagle House Secondary School (Sutton, London)

Eagle House School (Sutton) caters for young people aged 11 to 19 years old (Steps Department) and age 11 to 16yrs (Bridge Department).

What distinguishes us from many other schools is our ability to develop our pupils' global needs - not just their education. This is possible due to the support and input teaching staff receive from our dedicated Curriculum Access Team, which includes speech and language therapy, psychology, occupational therapy and music therapy. By 'streaming' our pupils within the school we can meet the needs of those who may be capable of achieving academic qualifications through to those who may be working at an early stage of learning.

 Eagle House School (Sutton) - Bridge Building

Eagle House School (Sutton) - Bridge Building

Our team works within the classroom to provide a hands on and seemless transfer of newly acquired skills. Our whole team approach ensures that our pupils receive a consistent and coordinated education. This makes us a unique multi-professional resource and our aim is to unlock the full potential of each young person by creating a school day that is motivating and purposeful.

It is our vision that by the end of their time at Eagle House School (Sutton) all of our pupils will have a sense of achievement, raised self esteem and will leave us with a positive attitude towards their future life and learning:-

  • We value every pupil as an individual
  • We provide a safe, secure and positive environment
  • We are welcoming and accepting
  • We provide a motivating school day
  • We encourage learning through participation, enjoyment and success
  • We develop enquiring minds by providing meaningful learning opportunities
  • We encourage our young people to communicate with confidence
  • We promote effective and supportive relationships with parents and carers
  • We strive to be a centre of excellence in the field of autism