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St Benedict's School
St Benedict's School
St Benedict's School
St Benedict's School
St Benedict's School Ealing, London Visit
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St Benedict's School
Ealing
769 pupils, ages 11-18
Mixed
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St Benedict's School

A school where ‘you really can have it all’ says the head. Expect good academic results, coupled with an all-round education and a pastoral system underpinned by the Benedictine ethos that values every child as an individual. Staff are interested in their pupils and demonstrate that they care – building a rapport that supports student growth, even when it’s tricky. Parents and children are encouraged to learn together by attending lectures exploring themes such as parenting and PSHE or simply enjoying a soprano recital together. With over 1,000 pupils spread across...
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Gallery

Boys and girls in the woods reading a map
Girls in white dancing on stage against a blue background
Boy in red top knocking the high jump bar off
pupil sitting at a desk with a laptop talking to her teacher
pupil sitting at a desk with a laptop talking to her teacher
Pupils in uniform sitting on wooden benches chatting
  • Academic results

  • Subjects offered

  • Fees and bursaries

    Day fees per term

    Year 7£6,969
    Year 8 £6,969
    Year 9 £6,969
    Year 10£6,969
    Year 11£6,969
    Year 12£6,969
    Year 13£6,969




    Bursaries

    As a Catholic Benedictine School, St Benedict’s is committed to supporting families from all backgrounds in order to provide a first class education to deserving pupils who would normally not be able to afford independent education. While the school's current bursary pot is £700,000, it aims to increase the provision of bursaries year on year. It is hugely important to the School to support young people to perform to the best of their ability, provide them with great opportunities to flourish and see them succeed in their academic and co-curricular careers, no matter their financial circumstances or background.

    Pupils do not need to win a scholarship in order to be considered for a bursary. Performance in the entrance assessments is taken into consideration, alongside financial circumstances, but also how the pupil can contribute to the life of the School in a variety of ways. St Anselm Awards are offered to pupils who excel in their academic, musical or sporting endeavours, but would not be able to afford to come to the School even on a partial bursary. These cover the total cost of fees and contribute toward uniform and music lessons. In some circumstances a contribution is also offered toward school trips.

    The school considers families for partial bursaries who have a joint income of £100k per year or less, or St Anselm Awards for families whose income is £60k or less. These figures are approximate and a holistic view is taken of family circumstances.

    Bursary contact:

    bursar@stbenedicts.org.uk
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School Updates

  • The Art & Faith of George Mackay Brown - St Benedict's welcomes Maggie Fergusson

    St Benedict's school welcomed Maggie Fergusson, award-winning biographer of Orkney poet and great Scottish writer, George Mackay Brown, to speak at their school.
    The Art & Faith of George Mackay Brown - St Benedict's welcomes Maggie Fergusson
  • St Benedict’s Appoints First Ever Head of Football

    St Benedict's School appoints first ever Head of Football to join the school from September 2024.
    St Benedict’s Appoints First Ever Head of Football
  • St Benedict's - a new chapter for sports with the introduction of Football

    The introduction of Football to their sports programme later this year, marks the start of a new chapter for sports at St Benedict's School.
    St Benedict's - a new chapter for sports with the introduction of Football
  • View from the Top: Joe Smith on the brave new world of AI

    View from the Top: Joe Smith on the brave new world of AI
  • Talking Consent - Consent Education Workshops at St Benedict's School

    St Benedict's School welcomed Monica Boghal, Director of the charity, The Schools Consent Project (SCP), to speak to parents about the series of consent workshops which are run at the school.
    Talking Consent - Consent Education Workshops at St Benedict's School
  • Q & A by Joe Smith - Headmaster of St Benedict's School

    Q & A by Joe Smith - Headmaster of St Benedict's School
  • WATCH: St Benedict's School Video

    WATCH: St Benedict's School Video
  • 'Vicious Vikings' Invade St Benedict’s School

    A ‘Vicious Vikings’ morning, devised and hosted by St Benedict’s, was attended by children from seven local primary schools. A lively range of activities gave an overview of Vikings and their history.
    'Vicious Vikings' Invade St Benedict’s School
  • Rupa Huq Talks Politics at St Benedict’s School

    On the 11th October, Rupa Huq MP visited St Benedict's School to host a Senior School Assembly followed by a Q & A with sixth formers covering a host of topical issues.
    Rupa Huq Talks Politics at St Benedict’s School
  • St Benedict's celebrates outstanding GCSE results

    This year St Benedict’s GCSE candidates have achieved the best ever set of GCSE results at the school in a year when the full GCSE standard has once again been applied.
    St Benedict's celebrates outstanding GCSE results
  • Excellent A level results at St Benedict’s

    St Benedict’s are celebrating excellent A level results. Nine students have achieved straight A* grades in at least 3 subjects, including Eleanor Bowden, Thomas Gordon and Alice Jenkins, all of whom are taking up places at Cambridge University.
    Excellent A level results at St Benedict’s
  • Kenyan MPs visit St Benedict's

    A delegation of eight Kenyan Members of Parliament visited St Benedict’s School on 21st June, as part of a fact-finding mission to learn about British education.
    Kenyan MPs visit St Benedict's
  • Olympic Athlete Donna Fraser presents prizes at St Benedict’s

    Olympic sprinter Donna Fraser, OBE, was Guest of Honour at St Benedict’s Prize Giving this year, held on Monday, 26th June in Ealing Abbey.
    Olympic Athlete Donna Fraser presents prizes at St Benedict’s
  • See St Benedict's in our All-through Schools Guide

    See St Benedict's in our All-through Schools Guide
  • See St Benedict's School in our London Senior Schools Guide.

    See St Benedict's School in our London Senior Schools Guide.

Essentials

Address
54 Eaton Rise, Ealing, London W5 2ES

Contact
seniorschool@stbenedicts.org.uk
020 8862 2000

Website
stbenedicts.org.uk

ISI Report

Fees

Term Dates

Bursaries


Open Days

Open days and how to visit View Open Days Register for open Day

Senior School Open Morning
02 May 2024


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