Belmont Preparatory School
Belmont School was founded in 1880 as a day school in London. The school subsequently moved to the village of Westcott, Surrey, before moving to its current location in 1955.
Belmont is centred on the Grade II-listed Victorian mansion, Feldemore, an arts and crafts house, which includes work by William Morris and William de Morgan. The house was built for Edwin Waterhouse, co-founder of the accountancy practice of Price Waterhouse. The main house was destroyed by a fire in 1991, but has since been rebuilt and restored.