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Saturday 11th October Junior and Senior School Open Morning
NURSERY (Early Years Foundation Stage) Open Mornings: 30th September, 14 October, 20 November
JUNIOR SCHOOL Open Mornings:
18 September, 7 October, 6 November
SENIOR SCHOOL Open Mornings:
15 September, 3 and 16 October, 13 November
To book a place, please contact the Registrar on 020 8862 2254 or via
On Tuesday 1st July pupils from North Ealing and St Gregory’s primary schools came to St Benedict’s School to talk about the ‘Bling Your Bike Project’. The St Benedict’s Youth Travel Ambassadors consisting of Philip Byrnes, Alex Szczech, Nima Sahba, Tom Blackler and Jake Casali led the evening, telling the younger pupils about the importance of riding a bike to school.
The Benny boys gave a presentation explaining that they picked the ‘Bling Your Bike’ project as it was a cool way to encourage people to ride by making the bikes stand out.
Bling is defined in the Oxford dictionary as: Denoting expensive, ostentatious clothing or jewelry, or the style or materialistic attitudes associated with them. So to ‘Bling Your Bike’ is to make your bike stand out, to make it shiny, unique and exciting.
Rob Reed, who has set up the Biking project for the schools in the Borough of Ealing, came along with Transport for London to encourage the pupils and pass on the educational message.
Each school explained how the designs of their bike were unique. There was one with a unicorn head, one with a fluorescent dragon and one with a gumball machine. Joe Lewis, from Transport for London, explained how our Senior School pupils had done excellent work as Youth Travel Ambassadors, and how their mission is to pass on the messages of community and personal safety, active and independent travel, casualty reduction, youth engagement and skills and employment – all of which were clear in the ‘Bling Your Bike Project’.
Afterwards all the schools went outside to ride their ‘Blinged- up’ bikes and some normal bikes around an assault course, before being treated to an exciting and special BMX display by world record holder Matty. It was a fun and educational evening which should encourage more pupils across the Borough of Ealing to take up bike riding. Well done to our Youth Travel Ambassadors!