Halley House School, 52-58 Arcola Street, Dalston, London, E8 2DJ.
Bellevue Education Group
Bellevue Education Group currently operates nine preparatory schools in the independent sector. Bellevue schools come in all shapes and sizes, but they are all committed to one thing: providing a broad, and exciting education in a happy environment and doing everything possible to make sure that pupils achieve everything that they are capable of.
Place Group is a leading school services, education advisory and project management company. It has worked with a variety of schools and academy sponsors to establish high-performing schools across all phases (4-19). By September 2013, Place will have helped over 60 schools to open including 20 free schools.
Together, these partners form Bellevue Place Education Trust.
As is the case with all free schools, Whitehall Park School will be state-funded and run on a not-for-profit basis.
Bellevue Place Education Trust – Our commitment
As a parent you can expect excellence, both in how we teach and nurture your child. We foster a positive attitude to life, encouraging a ‘be interested and be interesting’ attitude by providing a rich learning environment full of arts, drama, sport, music and academic rigour.
Bellevue Place children are happy, confident, successful ‘all rounders’ who expect to win and achieve in an inclusive setting where children, parents and school staff work together to provide the best. Our commitment to you and your child is that we will teach them to learn, enjoy and succeed both in their school career and beyond.
Whitehall Park School, Islington was the second school in the Bellevue Place Education Trust, jointly holding that distinction with Braywick Court School in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
The first school of the Bellevue Education trust was Rutherford House School in Balham, which opened successfully in September 2013 and was many times over-subscribed for admissions into Reception for September 2014 and 2015.