St Benedict's School

Primary & Secondary Post 16

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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Opening door
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: 10 July 2015

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NEW HEADMASTER FOR ST BENEDICT’S SCHOOL

     Andrew Johnson has been appointed as Headmaster of St Benedict's School from 1st September, 2016 to succeed Chris Cleugh who will be retiring after being at the helm for nearly fifteen years. Andrew has been the Headmaster of Stonyhurst College in Lancashire since September 2006.

     The announcement was made by Pat Murphy-O’Connor, the Chairman of the Governing Board at St Benedict’s, who said: “To recruit Andrew as our new Head is a major coup for St Benedict's and one that speaks volumes for the hard work, dedication and success of Chris Cleugh and his staff. During his time at Stonyhurst, Andrew has achieved a great deal particularly around academia and the co-curricular. He is an excellent communicator and is very focused on getting the best out of every pupil. He has extensive experience in strategic planning and marketing and has demonstrated the drive and passion necessary to get things done. We are very excited to have Andrew join us and continue the legacy of Chris Cleugh. This is a new era for the School and I am sure that I speak for all of us in offering Andrew and his wife Dawn our best wishes and prayers.”

     Andrew Johnson attended Skinners School in Tunbridge Wells before studying Modern Languages at Bristol University. He started his teaching career at Douai School near Reading then moved to Winchester College as a teacher and later as Head of Modern Languages. He joined Birkdale School in Sheffield in September 2002 as Deputy Head before being appointed as Headmaster of Stonyhurst College in September 2006. Andrew and Dawn have two sons who will have started their University studies by the time they join St Benedict’s. 

NEPAL ‘TREE OF MONEY’

     Students and staff at St Benedict’s School in Ealing have raised £1345 in support of victims of the recent earthquake in Nepal. The money will go to Kidasha, a charity working with children in the region.    

     On Tuesday 30th June a giant tree appeared in the Cloisters Hall, spreading its branches right across the floor. This ‘Tree of Money’ was gradually covered with coins during the day. Fresh branches and leaves had to be added to accommodate the unexpectedly large amount of money brought in.

     The Nepal Tree, designed by Mrs Vicki Dale, was the initiative of the school’s Eco Council, supported by Mrs Linda David and Mrs Selina Smith, the Environment Coordinators in the Junior and Senior Schools. They were delighted with the generous response: “The Nepal Tree involved the whole school from the youngest Reception children right through to the oldest Sixth Formers and also the staff. There was a wonderful buzz about this whole event and we are overwhelmed by the effort the children had put in to raise this amount of money.”

     Janice Miller from the charity Kidasha was also delighted. She wrote back to say: “Thank you for your feedback on your fundraising day, the result of which is amazing and raised far more than I had anticipated. I can’t say how much I appreciate the effort that everyone put into the day.”

     Kidasha is a development charity dedicated to supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people in Nepal, one of Asia's poorest and least developed countries.

Their vision is a world where all children have equality of opportunity. Kidasha works to improve the wellbeing of the most marginalised children, to support their development and to reduce the impact of social injustice, reaching more than 50,000 children and mothers each year.

 

 

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