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Beech House is an award winning school that makes a difference. We offer a unique education as individual as each child. With class sizes averaging twelve students, there is room galore for youngsters to learn, grow and succeed as they progress through their academic journey to excellence, so that they become independent learners.
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. What sets us apart is our academic success and our achievements, which are amazing considering the size we are. We look at each child as an individual, as they progress through Beech House.
We¹re a school that has a broad spectrum of students from every social and economic background, including students with special educational needs. Part of our success lies in operating a little differently to other Independent schools.
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. We operate a policy of inclusiveness; we're not just picking the best but ensuring everyone is performing together
With small class sizes and a willingness to learn, the teachers themselves are proud to work at Beech House School.We¹ve got talented teachers getting the best out of each child and our students go on to great things such as attending Oxford University or becoming international athletes.
There is a real affection amongst former students for their time here and it is not unusual for us to teach generations of the same family. The wonderful thing about Beech House School is that we can change a person¹s future just by them coming here. We give students opportunities they might never have had.
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