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St Benedict's Junior School
St Benedict's Junior School
St Benedict's Junior School
St Benedict's Junior School
St Benedict's Junior School Ealing, London Visit
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St Benedict's Junior School
Ealing
245 pupils, ages 3-11
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St Benedict's Junior School

An all-through Catholic school grounded in Benedictine values, this west London co-ed offers one-stop education from age three to 18. A love of learning is instilled in pupils through madcap scientific experiments, dressing up as Tudors, Egyptians or whatever the topic may be and plenty of exciting trips, including the much-anticipated Year 5 residential to Seville. Situated on a leafy residential street in Ealing, St Benedict’s Junior shares the same spacious grounds as the nursery and senior school. The former opened in 2017 and is housed in an energy-efficient Passivhaus building n...
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Gallery

girl in a green checked dress playing the recorder
Boys and girls in dark green jumpers and white shirts standing together outside
Boy in dark green jumper playing the clarinet
girls in checked dresses playing outside
boy in red t shirt and black shorts running on the grass
  • Fees and bursaries

    Day fees per term

    Nursery-
    Reception£5,614
    Year 1£5,614
    Year 2£5,614
    Year 3£6,329
    Year 4£6,329
    Year 5£6,329
    Year 6£6,329




    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.
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School Updates

  • WATCH: St Benedict's School Video

    WATCH: St Benedict's School Video
  • See St Benedict's Junior in our London Prep Schools Guide

    See St Benedict's Junior in our London Prep Schools Guide
  • See St Benedict's Junior in our All-through Schools Guide

    See St Benedict's Junior in our All-through Schools Guide

Essentials

Address
5 Montpelier Avenue, Ealing, London W5 2XP

Contact
juniorschool@stbenedicts.org.uk
020 8862 2050

Website
stbenedicts.org.uk

ISI Report

Fees

Term Dates

Bursaries


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