Years 7 – 9

Years 7 to 9


In Years 7-9, our Eltham College students are immersed in a comprehensive curriculum meticulously crafted to foster a diverse array of knowledge across humanities, sciences, and more.

These years stand as a pivotal juncture, laying the groundwork for our students future GCSE courses while also stimulating their intellectual curiosities and expanding their academic horizons. Our expert teachers engage students within the classroom, supplementing their teachings with a robust and engaging programme of valuable learning experiences and educational excursions. These experiences not only enrich their understanding but also empower them to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios.

Beyond the confines of traditional academic learning, at Eltham College we strive to instil a genuine passion for exploration and learning in our students. Our approach is to foster an environment that promotes inquiry, critical thinking, and discovery. We aim to equip our students not only with essential foundational skills but also with the confidence to tackle challenges and embrace new opportunities with enthusiasm.

For more information about these years’ curriculum, core subjects, learning opportunities offered across all years, please see our Curriculum booklet below.

Lower School Curriculum Booklet


School News

The latest leg of the Hans Woyda Mathematics Competition concluded on Wednesday with an impressive showcase of mathematical skills at St Dunstan’s College.
Last evening marked a significant milestone for the Eltham College Hans Woyda Team as they took the stage for their eagerly anticipated second league match of the academic year.
For our first ‘Meet The Teacher’ interview this academic year, we are diving into the world of mathematics to introduce André Astbury-Palmer, our new Maths Teacher at Eltham College.
Our Head of Junior School at Eltham College, Vikki Meier, shares her insights on the important decision of choosing the right school for your child.
On Sunday, our Chess team travelled to Eton to participate in the National Schools Rapid Play competition.