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St Benedict's School

St Benedict’s is London’s leading independent Catholic co-educational school

The School is a successful blend of the traditional and the progressive; proud of its heritage but also forward thinking and innovative. Within a caring, happy community, our pupils thrive, benefiting from a seamless education which can begin at the age of 3 and continue through to the Sixth Form.

St Benedict’s combines strong academic standards with outstanding personal development, and enables all children to develop their full potential.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

From Friday 20th March, the school buildings will be closed, and all St Benedict's students and staff will be working remotely. 
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  • 12 Mar 2020

    Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

    From Friday 20th March, the school buildings will be closed, and all St Benedict's students and staff will be working remotely. 
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  • 17 Mar 2020

    James wins Arts Richmond Young Writers’ festival

    James Hunter, a student in year 11 at St Benedict’s, has won First Prize in the Arts Richmond Young Writers’ Festival.
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  • 17 Mar 2020

    St Benedict's U10s Netball Festival

    The St Benedict’s U10s High 5 Netball Festival took place in glorious sunshine on Wednesday 11th March.
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  • 12 Mar 2020

    La vie à Paris

    St Benedict's GCSE and A level students enjoyed four glorious days in Paris at half-term, practising their French and learning about the city's culture.
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  • 12 Mar 2020

    Debating success at the Model United Nations Conference

    Congratulations to Irene Llinares-Perales, who achieved a Highly Commended Award, and Amy Vaughan, who received an Honorable Mention for her debating skills, at the latest Model United Nations conference on Saturday, March 7th. 
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  • 11 Mar 2020

    St Benedict's Science Fair 2020

    How effective are masks against pollution? How can a space ship sustain life if the earth perishes?  Which paper plane design flies the furthest? St Benedict’s science labs buzzed with scientific enquiry as Year 8 pupils presented their experiments to almost 150 visiting junior school chi...
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  • 11 Mar 2020

    St Benedict’s Music Festival 2020

    St Benedict’s Music Festival – a week of adjudicated solo and ensemble performances -   concluded with the Finalists’ Concert on Friday 6th March, with incredible performances from the 21 winners of each heat.  
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  • 11 Mar 2020

    HPQ results

    Students in Year 10 have achieved excellent results in their Higher Project Qualifications. 
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  • 10 Mar 2020

    Super Science Week at St Benedict's Junior School

    Children from Nursery to Year 6 at St Benedict's had a wonderful week of scientific discovery, with explosive workshops, high-flying rockets, engineering challenges, electromagnets and much more throughout Science Week.
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  • 27 Feb 2020

    The Junior School Spring Concert 2020

    St Benedict's pupils aged 7 to 11 gave a range of wonderful choral and instrumental performances at the Spring Concert on February 26th.
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  • 24 Feb 2020

    St Benedict's Careers Fair 2020

    Representatives from over 150 organisations offered insight and advice to more than 1000 young people on a wide range of careers, including medicine, engineering, law, teaching, marketing, architecture and journalism, at the St Benedict's Careers Fair.
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  • 10 Feb 2020

    St Benedict's Production: High Society

    The latest St Benedict’s theatrical triumph - Cole Porter’s 1956 romantic musical comedy High Society– brought brilliant glitz and glamour to the school stage on three cold February evenings this term.
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