Despite our impressive academic record, Beaulieu is about more than just exam results.
We are committed to the development of well-rounded individuals with a love of learning and a passion for life. To ensure this is possible, we offer our students a range of opportunities to broaden their interests, challenge themselves and give something back to their community.
Our Primary students can enjoy a range of competitive team sports. We also offer opportunities for those interested in performing arts to become involved in the choir, orchestra and drama clubs and, for our older students, our Year 6 production and our school musicals.
We are passionate about the environment and our Eco-Committee works hard to raise awareness of environmentally friendly practices to ensure our pupils grow up as environmentally responsible adults.
Beau Belles, our after school activity club, supports busy parents and offers onsite enrichment activities. Beau Belles provides fun and stimulating care and activities for children after school in a safe and friendly environment, managed by staff from within the School team.
We believe off-site excursions are vital for our pupils' development, as they offer new and exciting environments in which to explore and learn. During the academic year, we undertake a number of trips for all our year groups and these include visits to the beach, various businesses, Durrell, the Fire Service and Police Headquarters.
Our Secondary students enjoy a comprehensive enrichment programme, particularly at Sixth Form level. This programme is full of opportunities to develop new skills, build confidence and enjoy learning outside the classroom.
In addition to the many sporting, performing arts and art clubs that thrive at Beaulieu, our students readily involve themselves in work experience, House responsibilities, environmental awareness programmes, community service and charity work. Our Student Council is instrumental in raising funds to support charities of their choice, including the Romania Mustard Seed Appeal, and our pupils have been fortunate enough to take part in trips to distribute aid in Romania.
We run a number of other off-island trips during the academic year and encourage our students to get involved. Students have enjoyed trips to London, Barcelona, New York, Venice, France and have had the opportunity to meet the Pope in Rome.
Our Activities Week is extremely popular each summer and provides our students with the opportunity to try something new, visit a new country or further develop an existing passion.