Unique education as individual as your child – that is what Beech House School offers each one of its students. With class sizes averaging 12 students, there is room galore for youngsters to learn, grow and succeed as they progress through their academic journey to excellence. The independent co-educational day school takes children from as young as two and nurtures their full potential through their primary and secondary education. Despite its small size, or maybe because of it, the school is bursting with academic, sporting and extra-curricular success, with accolades including Independent School of the Year (2020 & 2014) Kevin Sartain, Principal since joining the school in 1996, said “What sets us apart is our academic success and our achievements, which are amazing considering the size we are. We’ve got talented teachers getting the best out of each child and our students go on to great things such as attend Oxford and Cambridge Universities. We’re a school that has a broad spectrum of students from every social and economic background, including students from abroad and children with special educational needs.” All children regardless of their abilities are encouraged to take part in a broad range of activities as a way of building confidence and discovering new talents. The school also prides itself on helping children reach their full potential. The family-orientated school has a holistic approach to education and pastoral care. There is a continuity of teaching staff with children potentially having the same specialist subject teacher in Year 1 as in Year 11, which helps establish better relationships between children and staff. By starting school at an early age, youngsters build up an appetite for learning and are comfortable with the co-educational environment and studious ethos the school promotes.
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