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Beeston Hall School

Address: Beeston Regis, Cromer NR27 9NQ, United Kingdom
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Description Beeston Hall School

  • Established: in 1948
  • Location: Beeston Village, Norfolk, UK
  • Age of students: from 7 to 13 years
  • Type of study: boarding school
  • Type of accommodation: full day or full board
  • Language learning: English.

The traditional boarding school Beeston Hall School is the best solution for parents who want to provide students with the opportunity to further become students of any of the most ranked British high schools, relying solely on the needs, desires and predispositions of the student. The unique home atmosphere of the institution allows not only to give pupils a high level of academic knowledge, but helps them to become self-confident adolescents.

The level of knowledge of graduates has secured a leadership position for Beeston Hall School among schools for junior students, which is why prestigious high schools often recommend parents to give preference to local education.

The school administration is proud of its teachers: they all sincerely love their subjects, school life, and are always opened to help their students learn and to participate in extracurricular activities.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Beeston Hall School

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
7-13
from 8 550 £ / term
  • Age of students: 7-13 years

The curriculum at Beeston Hall School is designed to achieve the following goals to:

  • Ensure that graduates enter the best high schools in the UK on an ongoing basis;
  • Conduct academic classes and independent preparation of students in such a way as to instill in pupils a passion for the learning process and a high level of self-motivation;
  • Create a positive school spirit and a free and trusting atmosphere that contributes to the success of students;
  • Promote the development of the individual potential of each student, the disclosure of his natural inclinations and abilities.

All the lessons in the curriculum are built on the basis of student's biorhythms in order to guarantee their maximum efficiency: students study in the morning in the classroom and spend a lot of time outdoors in the afternoon.

Each school day consists of eight lessons lasting 35 minutes:

  • 6 lessons are held before lunch;
  • 2 lessons are taught by students in the interval between lunch and games;
  • At 15:15, academic studies are completed, and games outside the classroom start.

It is noteworthy that the Beeston Hall School pupils living in the residence do not feel any differences between themselves and the students who attend school in full-time format. This result was achieved due to the fact that absolutely all students can stay in the institution until 19 o'clock in the evening, because after-school activity is also included in the school curriculum.

According to the results of the ISI commission review, the school received “Excellent” and “Good” marks in the following categories for:

  • The organization of the curriculum and its quality;
  • The academic success of students;
  • The quality of teaching;
  • The level of development of students.

The Beeston Hall School curriculum includes 12 subjects:

  • English;
  • French;
  • Classical sciences: classical civilizations, Latin, Greek;
  • Maths;
  • Block of natural sciences: physics, chemistry, biology;
  • Geography;
  • History;
  • Religious studies.

In the graduation class, preparation for Common Entrance, the generally accepted admission to high school throughout the UK, is carried out.

Accommodation, housing and food

The administration of the Beeston Hall School provides students and parents with the opportunity to choose the format of their studies - to attend only daytime lessons or to live on the campus on full board basis.

At various times, from the third to more than half of the students, they prefer the boarding house: in this case, they spend the entire school week here and are provided with full-fledged hot meals. Since the school is a mixed type, both boys and girls live here, but in separate dormitories. Experienced educators who stay there with students around the clock guarantee the maintenance of order and the safety of the pupils in the residences.

Events Beeston Hall School

Since the administration and teaching staff of the institution see their main mission in creating conditions where students can freely develop their talents, learn self-esteem and accept other people's point of view, students at Beeston Hall School pay extra attention to extracurricular activities of students, namely:

  • Individual and team sports;
  • Development of creative abilities in the field of music, art, theatrical skills.

The most popular among students traditionally remain:

  • In the field of sports:
    • Athletics,
    • Cross country
    • Swimming
    • Rowing,
    • Tennis,
    • Squash
    • Netball,
    • Football,
    • Field hockey,
    • Golf,
    • Cricket,
    • Chess,
    • Fencing;
  • In areas of a different type of art;
    • Oratory;
    • Discussions and debates;
    • Music;
    • Drama;
    • Art.

Advantages

  • School Beeston Hall School offers students the opportunity to study on full board basis, living in a residence 7 days a week.
  • Approximately 1/3 of graduates receive awards for academic achievements in the field of art and sports in their new schools.
  • 100% of graduates of an educational institution successfully enter precisely those high schools that they have chosen.
  • The educational institution is regularly inspected by state bodies for the quality of education and the conditions for the safe residence of students on school grounds.
  • At Beeston Hall School, students of all religions and denominations are credited, despite the fact that students are invited to attend Christian services in the Beeston church every Saturday.
  • Due to the small number of students (about 130 students), the teaching staff has a de facto opportunity to build individual relationships with each student, which certainly helps students to develop in the best possible way.
  • The school encourages additional care for foreign students, aimed at quickly and stress-free adaptation of the student in new conditions.

Equipment Beeston Hall School

School Beeston Hall School has a modern infrastructure and is equipped in accordance with all British standards and requirements for school schools.

Students are guaranteed comfort and complete safety on site, as evidenced by the highest marks of the Independent Schools Inspectorate Commission (ISI), which awarded the administration a “Good” mark for the level of education, students care and environmental safety, and an “Excellent” mark for organizing extracurricular leisure students.

On the territory of 13 hectares, which occupies Beeston Hall School, there are located:

  • Educational and residential buildings;
  • Fields for sports;
  • Pool;
  • Tennis courts;
  • Boat jetty;
  • Stable with horses;
  • Library;
  • Research laboratories;
  • Art studios.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The school year starts on September 5 for pupils living in the residence, and on September 6 for students who have chosen full-time education. Completion of studies falls on July 6 - the day when graduation performances of teenagers and teachers take place. The administration provides for the autumn, spring and summer trimesters and the following vacation periods:

  • December 14 - January 9;
  • March 29 - April 24;
  • July 6 - September 4.

When entering Beeston Hall School, you must be prepared for additional expenses that do not include the cost of education in the institution:

  • Registration fee;
  • A fee (usually paid one year prior to the actual start of the student's education - at the time when parents are informed about enrollment; returns after the end of the entire period of study).

In addition to additional costs, the school also provides discounts:

  • 7.5% (second student);
  • 15% (third student);
  • 20% (fourth + student).

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

School Beeston Hall enrolls in the education of foreign students. The administration strongly recommends that parents initially visit the educational institution personally to experience its atmosphere and spirit. Then, in the event of a positive response, parents should take part in the so-called “Open Days” with the students to make sure that the decision to go to this school is correct, and only after these two visits should the package of documents necessary for enrollment be collected.

“Open days” usually take place at school on Saturdays, as this is a full-time working day both for students and for teachers.

One of the most important conditions for enrollment of a student from the Russian Federation is the presence of permission to stay in the UK for educational purposes, while Beeston Hall School is the official licensed sponsor and provides parents with an invitation letter to study.

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- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
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