St Benedict's School

Primary & Secondary

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Bust
Pupils
1095
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Ages
3 - 18
Gender
Gender
Mixed
Building
Type
Other Independent
Religion
Religion
Roman Catholic
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NATIONAL AVG. 2.02
Independent school inspection report
90%
NATIONAL AVG. 40%
5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) inc. English and maths

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Absence
374.5
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Average Point Score
Per Pupil (GCSE) (Age 16)

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98%
NATIONAL AVG. 66%
3 or more A Levels (A*-E)
or equivalent (Age 18)

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845.4
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Per Pupil (A level) (Age 18)

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Teaching board
£2,440 to £4,620
Day Fees Per Term

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54 Eaton Rise
Ealing
London
W5 2ES
020 88622254

St Benedict’s is a thriving co-educational school with a proud academic record. Its Mission of 'Teaching a way of living' is at the core of the holistic Catholic education provided from Nursery to Sixth Form. The school is renowned for its sporting tradition and extensive programme of co-curricular activities.

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News & events from this school

Last update: 12 January 2015

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY EXPLORED

St Benedict's School students crossed cultural boundaries with their latest theatrical production, a gripping dramatisation of 'Bodas de Sangre' (‘Blood Wedding’), the classic work by revered Spanish playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca. The production was produced and directed by Modern Languages teacher Mrs Isabelle Payne and staged by the Modern Foreign Languages department. It had a cast of nearly thirty students aged 8 to 17 years old and has set a school precedent, as the entire work was performed - as it was written - in Spanish.
      Audiences were treated to a magical guitar performance of 'Concierto de Aranjuez' by Stelios Souvaliotis and Joshua Leonard, cajon drumming by Alex Holmes, Tom Mythen and Akeem Eubank-Anderson, and several Spanish songs including a wonderful rendition of the Nana lullaby by Jack and Liam Carty-Howe and Rosalind Sheehan. They also enjoyed being transported down to the southern region of Andalucia by the School's flamenco dancers and castanet group. The play was a vivid reflection of the school's commitment to promote the teaching and learning of modern languages.
      Alexandra Mitchell-Bruguera, Adrian Piga, Carlos Gomez Rose and Alessandra Messa stepped into the lead roles and, despite first appearances on stage, gave powerful interpretations. In main support roles were Olivia Davies, Martina Scarsella, Monira Oliveira Khalil, Ben Farmer and Sophia Fitzmaurice. “The camaraderie that we developed as a team working on this project was amazing”, Monira commented. “It was like being part of a big family! We all needed to pull together to learn complicated flamenco dances, Spanish songs and lines, and some complex choreography for fight scenes, but it was great fun.”
     The entire cast were extremely grateful for the support of a talented flamenco guitarist, Mr Ramon Ruiz, who coincidentally is from Lorca's home town near Granada.
     “It has been my great privilege to work with such a talented and hard-working cast and crew, to pass on my love of Spanish literature, language and culture and to stimulate a growing interest among our students - young and old alike - in learning about other cultures and languages,” said Mrs Payne.

 

 

NEW BUILDING PROJECTS AT ST BENEDICT’S

St Benedict’s School, Ealing has received planning permission from Ealing Council to go ahead with two exciting building projects on the school site along Montpelier Avenue. Architects van Heyningen & Haward have submitted stunning designs for a new Sixth Form Centre and Art, Design & Technology Building and for a purpose-built extension to the Junior School. The total investment will be around £12million.
Work began in mid-August on the Sixth Form/ADT project which will be built next to the Science Building, with the contractors, Jerram Falkus, completing the demolition of the old ADT building in a day and a half. The new building will create a purpose-built space for the Sixth Form to study and also relax and socialise. Art, Design and Technology will gain a fit-for-purpose and inspiring new teaching and learning facility. The new facilities should be ready for use by the end of 2015.
The Junior School project will follow on once the Sixth Form/ADT building is complete. It will create a coherent identity for Early Years and Juniors in a single new building. The Nursery will be brought on site from its present location at 1, Montpelier Avenue into purpose-built accommodation, as part of a new Early Years Foundation Stage Centre. There will also be new classrooms for Pre-Preps 2 and 3, new reception and office areas.
Landscaping around the new buildings will provide an improved whole school pupil entrance, improved external play areas, a new Nursery entrance and a relocated Sixth Form entrance.
Headmaster Chris Cleugh said: “These projects are hugely exciting and will ensure that the School offers the very best accommodation for teaching and learning. The decision demonstrates the commitment of the Governors to lead a School that will continue to flourish in the years ahead.”

ST BENEDICT'S SCHOOL VIDEO

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St Benedict's Junior School Promotional Video