Homefield Preparatory School
is a private school
in Sutton, Surrey
. The school established itself as "A Preparatory School for the Sons of Gentlemen” and as giving “carefully graduated preparation for Public Schools and Royal Navy, either on the classical or on the modern side” for boys aged 5 to 13.
It is a feeder school for many local public schools, including King's College School, Charterhouse School, Dulwich College, Epsom College and St John's School, Leatherhead. It is a strong academic school with a high scholarship rate and a vast majority going on to Public Schools or high performing independent or state day schools such as Whitgift, Trinity School and Sutton Grammar. It has now just completed a new £1.8m building named 'The Sutherland Building' after the Old Boy Graham Sutherland.
The houses are named after former headmasters with the exception of Ellis which is named for Mr J ‘Bert’ Ellis who assisted with the move to the current site in the 1960s.