We are delighted to announce that Seaton House have been ranked 2nd in the Sunday Times Parent Power Top 100 Prep Schools in England!

During Wellbeing Week, our children worked hard to create artwork for our hall displays. To promote positive self-esteem, every child in the school wrote on a leaf shape; ‘all the things I like about me’. Every pupil decorated a fish shape to demonstrate; ‘ we may all be different but in this school we all swim together.  Lastly, all children decorated pebbles using colour to express their feelings.  We are all delighted with the results. 🙂

The entire school took part in our annual My Marsden March on 12th March 2021.  Despite a few little rain showers everyone waved their flags and enjoyed the fantastic support we received from our local community.

This year was the 10th time that the school took part in the March in memory of Mrs Sallie Lunn one of our teachers who lost her battle to cancer in July 2013. An amazing £3,355 was raised this year and in total £31,234 has been raised over the 10 years.  Thank you to everyone who took part and to everyone who supported us.

The girls had great fun in the snow today. 🙂

We have received the wonderful news that Katy (FIV) and Miriam (FV) have both been selected for the Final of the Independent Schools Association Young Musician of the Year 2021 which this year is a virtual event.  This is a marvellous achievement and we wish them luck submitting their pieces for the Final in February.  In addition, Catherine (FV) who achieved a place in last year’s Final, has a photograph that can be seen currently on the ISA music news part of their website: https://www.isaschools.org.uk/arts/art/isa-young-musician-competition/music.  Seaton House girls are already famous!

Seaton House School has been ranked 4th in the national preparatory school league tables by Parent Power, The Sunday Times Schools Guide, published in The Sunday Times and online this Sunday, November 22.

The 28th edition of Parent Power identifies the 2,000 highest-achieving schools in the UK, ranked by their most recently published examination results. A fully searchable national database by school name, local authority, town and postcode, together with regional rankings will be available to Times and Sunday Times subscribers at: thesundaytimes.co.uk/parentpower

As well as assessment of all academic results on a school-by-school basis, Parent Power enables parents to compare the performance of a given school with other schools in the same town, local authority or nationally. There are also live links to school websites and schools’ most recent inspection reports.

Parent Power is widely acknowledged as the most authoritative survey of the country’s best schools.


2020 rank 2019






1 3 Guildford High Junior School 116 117 113 346
2 12 Alpha Preparatory School, Harrow 112 115 114 341
3 1 St Martin’s Preparatory School, Grimsby 112 115 113 340
4 5 Seaton House School, Sutton 114 116 110 340
5 8 Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, Junior School, Borehamwood 114 114 111 339


On Friday 13th, the entire school completed the annual walk to The Royal Marsden Hospital in memory of a special teacher, Mrs Lunn who lost her battle with cancer in July 2013.  Members of Mrs Lunn’s family joined the pupils, staff and parents on our walk and we raised over £2,300.  Thank you to everyone who supported this wonderful event.

The pupils and staff enjoyed World Book Day yesterday. The children got a chance to see everyone’s outfits during assembly. Thank you to all the children (and parents) who went to great effort to support this wonderful celebration of the written word.

Hannah Macleod & VM - Prize Giving July 2017

At the end of term, we were delighted to welcome our Guest of Honour, Hannah Macleod, British Field Hockey Player and Olympic Gold and Bronze Medallist, to our Prize Giving Ceremony.  Hannah’s speech was truly inspirational and her message was very clear:  aim high girls – follow your dreams and never give up.  Hannah passed around her Olympic Gold and Bronze Medals for us all to hold.  Most of us had never been this close to Olympic Gold – what a privilege!  Thank you Hannah for inspiring us all.