I am delighted that you are interested in Beaulieu, a school that offers a first-rate education.
Selecting the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions that you will make as a parent. Beaulieu offers a very special blend of excellence in pastoral and academic development for students. The best way to experience this is to visit us and meet Beaulieu students and staff on one of our open days. A visit to the School will give you a flavour of life here and the many and varied activities that we offer.
I feel very privileged to be leading the School and building on the tremendous achievements of its past. The Beaulieu pupils have consistently impressed me; they are articulate and confident youngsters and they will be delighted to show you around and to share with you their knowledge of the School.
Beaulieu students are interested in more than worldly success. The overlap between the religious tradition established here by the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception and the School gives an education that goes beyond all academic and other achievements. A Beaulieu education provides students with a spiritual compass for life. The moral principles that pupils develop here act as spiritual bearings to guide them through adult life in an increasingly secular world, filled with moral confusion.
Beaulieu staff members are highly professional: their commitment underpins the warmth and vibrancy of this special community. As a father of two children myself, I know how important good relationships are in a school and how a friendly and well-organised environment helps young people to learn. Our students will be happy to tell you about the many opportunities that enrich their lives.
Together with the staff, I look forward to welcoming you to Beaulieu and to answering your questions about the School and about your child's education.
'The Beaulieu pupils have consistently impressed me; they are articulate and confident youngsters and they will be delighted to show you around and to share with you their knowledge of the school.'
Chris Beirne, Headmaster