St Benedict's School

Primary & Secondary

School Guide Rating

Logo rating
Bust
Pupils
1104
Cake
Ages
3 - 18
Gender
Gender
Mixed
Building
Type
Other Independent
Religion
Religion
Roman Catholic
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NATIONAL AVG. 2.01
Independent school inspection report
90%
NATIONAL AVG. 53%
5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) inc. English and maths

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

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98%
NATIONAL AVG. 79%
3 or more A Levels (A*-E)
or equivalent (Age 18)

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Absence
845.4
GOOD
Average Point Score
Per Pupil (A level) (Age 18)

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Day
Boarding Type

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Graduation hat
Available
Scholarship Status

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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.

This school in independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.
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News & events from this school

Last update: 20 May 2015

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TOP DRAMA SCHOOL!

Four Upper Sixth Drama students at St Benedict’s School have been chosen to perform at the prestigious National Student Drama Festival (NSDF) to be held in Scarborough from 28th March to 3rd April. Soizic East, Rory Hobson, Kasia Krynska and Tempestt Walsh will present their devised performance of ‘Fete’ alongside drama schools, universities and professional companies. This is a huge success for the students and for the Head of Drama, Katie Ravenscroft, since St Benedict’s is the only school chosen in the whole country. The students will perform a minimum of four performances whilst in Scarborough and will be able to attend other productions and multiple professional workshops. 
     Back in December the four Drama and Theatre Studies students presented ‘Fete’ to a school audience and, later that month, an adjudicator from NSDF came to watch a second performance at the school. NSDF receives hundreds of entries from secondary schools, universities and leading drama schools from across the country. Katie Ravenscroft received the confirmatory telephone call from the Director of the Festival on Wednesday 25th February. Since then it has been all systems go with rehearsals and preparations for the Festival.
     The National Student Drama Festival offers huge opportunities for budding actors and actresses, their Mission being to empower and inspire young talent and ambition. They tour the country looking to find and nurture exceptional productions and present them at the festival. The festival is open to students aged 16 – 25 and they select the shows they consider to be the best they have seen, with a true sense of ownership and the ambition fully realised.   
    Head of Drama, Katie Ravenscroft, commented “This is the first time in the school’s history that our students’ talents have been recognised in this way and it is a great honour to be chosen.  The experience of being part of the National Student Drama Festival and attending all that the Festival pass offers will be an amazing opportunity for our talented young people. When I told the students the good news, they could barely breathe with excitement!” 
  Rory Hobson, one of the cast of ‘Fete’ added “this is a wonderful opportunity for me, particularly as I am intending to study Drama at University next year.  Performing at the festival enables me to be amongst university students and professionals in the field of theatre. It really is remarkable that we have got this far and I can’t wait!”     

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

St Benedict's Senior School Promotional Video 

 

St Benedict's Junior School Promotional Video 

Open Mornings –
Trinity Term 2015
NURSERY OPEN MORNINGS 4 June, 8 October, 5 November and 26 November
JUNIOR SCHOOL OPEN MORNING 21 May, 9 June, 17 September and 10 November
SENIOR SCHOOL OPEN MORNINGS 6 May, 18 June 15 September, 15 October and 13 November

SENIOR SCHOOL SIXTH FORM OPEN EVENING - 24 September

 

JUNIOR and SENIOR SCHOOLS OPEN MORNING - Saturday 3 October