Elmhurst School for Boys
|Headteacher||Mr C. South|
|Location||44-48 South Park Hill Road
|Houses||Scott (blue), Peachell (green), Squire (yellow), Anderson (red)|
|Colours||Blue, red, yellow|
Bellevue Education bought the school in October 2013.
The Elmhurst curriculum incorporates the National Curriculum, which is followed throughout the school at Key Stages 1 and 2 in Maths, English, Science and Technology (including Computer Studies), History, Geography, Art, Music and PE. The National Curriculum is extended by the school's own syllabus and schemes of work in these subjects. Religious Education is also taught with the emphasis on Moral Education, the principles being the same for all religions. French is taught throughout the school.
Elmhurst School for Boys has four school houses: Scott (blue), Peachell (green), Squire (yellow), Anderson (red). The names of the houses reflect significant people in the school's history.
Notable Old Boys
- P. G. Wodehouse (1881-1975), humorist
- Tom Sharpe (born 1928), satirical author
- Roger Norman Freeman, Baron Freeman (born 1942), former Conservative MP and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
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