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St Benedict’s School

By Coby F

2 years ago

Address: St Benedict’s School, Eaton Rise, Ealing, London, W5 2ES
Website: stbenedicts.org.uk
Founded: 1902
Number of Pupils: 1,079
Fees: From £4,170 to £5,368 per term
Ages:  3–18
Head Teacher: Andrew Johnson
Religious Affiliation: Catholic
Entrance Procedure: Entrance examination and interview
Contact: Registrar: Mrs Louise Pepper
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Please contact the Registrar, Mrs Louise Pepper. You are welcome to attend one of our Open Days, or to arrange a personal visit.

The Curriculum

Inspirational teaching, with an emphasis on good study skills, independent learning and academic enrichment sums up our approach to the curriculum, which is broad in Year 7 before A-level choices are made for sixth-form study.

Games & The Arts

St Benedict’s has a distinguished sporting tradition: many boys and girls train and compete at county and national level, and everyone is encouraged to enjoy sport. Music and drama are both excellent; there is a strong choral tradition, many instrumental ensembles and termly drama productions.

Pastoral Care

St Benedict’s provides a distinctive education in a happy, caring community. From the very beginning pupils receive lots of individual support, from their tutor, head of year, subject teachers and fellow pupils. Every pupil is assigned to a tutor, who monitors their academic progress as well as their happiness and wellbeing at school. One-to-one meetings take place every two weeks, offering encouragement and support so that each individual can thrive.

University Places

Top destinations include: Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, Bristol, Exeter, Birmingham and Nottingham.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

At St Benedict’s, there is a vital focus on personal development, through our excellent music, drama, sport, and co-curricular programme. We encourage principled leadership, resilience and character in our pupils, and promote the Christian values of integrity, fairness and generosity to others.

Outstanding Characteristics

  • High academic standards
  • Strong, supportive community
  • Many opportunities for the personal development of our pupils
  • Christian values
  • St Benedict’s pupils are encouraged to show principled leadership, at school and beyond
  • Outstanding music, drama and sport