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Eton College is a charity for the advancement of education. At its heart sits an independent boys’ boarding school which leads a dynamic range of educational activities and an expanding network of educational partnerships.
- Henry Vi Exhibition
- Lessons in Latin
- Jolly Boating Weather
- Mathematics on The Timetable
- Floreat Etona
Created to celebrate the 600th anniversary of his birth at Windsor in December 1421, an exhibition held in Eton’s Verey Gallery from 20 November 2021 to 8 May 2022 sought to explore Henry’s life and his achievements, with a focus on what has been described as one of the only good things to come out of his reign – the foundation of Eton College. Thi...
Originally, the boys were taught Latin and Latin alone, although Greek was added to the curriculum in the early 17thcentury. They were taught in Lower School and were as young as five years old. The school day began at 5am with prayers, before lessons began at 6am. Lessons finally finished at 8pm, and there was a single hour of play allowed each da...
During the reign of George III, the school continued to grow. King George was a frequent visitor to the school and regularly entertained the boys at Windsor Castle. As a result, his birthday, the Fourth of June, became a major celebration at Eton and continues to be an important event in the school calendar, marked with speeches, cricket, and the p...
By the mid-19thcentury, however, changes were long overdue. In 1851, the first new subject had been added to the curriculum – mathematics, but many other areas needed improvements. The Clarendon Commission of 1861 led to significant changes including better accommodation, a wider curriculum and better-qualified staff. As a result, by 1891 there wer...
In the 20th century, more changes were made. Greater emphasis was placed on academic ability over family connections, widening access by recognising merit and potential, the Founder’s original aims. The value of extra-curricular activities was officially acknowledged, sports facilities were improved, and a theatre and concert hall added. The 21stce...
Eton College (/ ˈ iː t ən /) is a public school in Eton, Berkshire, England. It was founded in 1440 by Henry VI under the name Kynge's College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore, making it the 18th-oldest school in the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC).
School extras are billed in arrears and the level of charges varies depending on the activities a boy does while at Eton. Extras can vary greatly but are usually between £500-£1,000 per half. A full list of possible additional charges is available on the Parent Portal.
A modern, forward-thinking school that embraces innovation and new opportunities to provide an outstanding, progressive and well-rounded education.
Eton College comumente conhecido apenas como Eton e fundado sob o nome de King's College of Our Lady of Eton beside Windsor é uma escola interna para rapazes, fundada em 1440 por Henrique VI da Inglaterra (privada e independente). Educa mais de 1.300 alunos, com idades entre 13 e 18 anos.