Why Choose Our School
A Good Fit For Your Child

Sport and Culture, from netball to choir, rugby to chess

Small assisted learning classes with a maximum of 12 pupils per class

Support classes are provided at no additional cost

A dedicated team of therapists offer services on the school premises

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Between eight and ten percent of children in large mainstream schools do not thrive and reach their full potential. There are many reasons that contribute to this.

Newton House School is geared to cater for these children who require a more individualised approach to schooling.

Happiness in a school environment is critical to learning. A child who is content feels accepted and at ease in their environment and as a result, is open to learning. In addition, the pastoral care and nurturing guidance provided by our teachers contributes greatly to the happiness of each child and the development of their confidence and self-esteem.

Our small, intimate classes are designed to help each child achieve greater academic results by breaking down a variety of learning barriers. Upon joining the school, pupils immediately feel welcomed, which positively impacts their emotional wellbeing.

Newton House School is independent, affordable, implements the national curriculum (CAPS) and prepares children to reach their full potential in line with mainstream outcomes.

For an academic experience that treats the ‘whole’ child, choose Newton House School.


We understand that finding the right learning environment for your child is critical to their future development and confidence. When considering Newton House School for your child, please review the application process and give us a call. We would love to meet you, work through the application process together and offer your child a 3-day school experience, should they meet the specified criteria.

Frequently Asked Questions

You might have many questions you’d like to ask. We’ve put together a comprehensive list of FAQs ranging from our Christian ethos; school fees; and tax deductions through to learning the difference between assisted learning, remedial education, bridging classes and homeschooling. Visit this page to see if we have answered your questions. Alternatively, feel free to contact us. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your child and their individual needs.