Aims, Community and Prospectus
Beaulieu Convent School is a leading private Catholic girls' school committed to offering a well-rounded, enriching and diverse Catholic education for girls between the ages of 3 to 19 on one single site.
Founded by Sisters from the Order of the Immaculate Conception, Beaulieu first opened its doors on 15th January 1951 with 56 students. Since its opening the School has continued to thrive and grow and this year we began in September with over 820 students of all ages.
Over the years, the School has developed an excellent reputation and fine tradition and the close relationship we share with past students and our supporters is very special to us as a family and a Catholic school. We also firmly believe that we can only achieve the best for our pupils by working closely with parents and carers.
We are a friendly, supportive and caring community, proud of our history, our achievements and most importantly our students, who are committed to nurturing talents, aspirations and dreams. A Beaulieu student is industrious, open-hearted and courageous.
Beaulieu Primary Department is a special place, where our dedicated staff members work tirelessly to provide a stimulating, rich and exciting environment where everyone feels valued and safe, where ideas can flourish and pupils can reach their full potential.
As our pupils move on to our Secondary Department, they do so with an excellent academic foundation, with deep and lasting friendships, secure in their own ability, proud of their achievements and confident to meet any challenge. Whilst our expectations are high and our academic achievements consistently impressive, we strive for a broader experience for our students, establishing a strong foundation from which to build a successful and rewarding life.
Beaulieu cares, prepares and educates our students for the modern world. We do this with Catholic beliefs strongly rooted in our community's heritage and tradition.
We strive to ensure that every student enjoys a positive, nurturing experience at Beaulieu and we are clear in our high expectations of them:
- At all times students are expected to respond to others, their peers, staff and visitors to the School, with respect and courtesy.
- Classroom behaviour must be calm and focused in order to contribute to a purposeful learning environment.
- Punctuality in the morning and at lessons is demanded.
- All students have a role to play in keeping the School clean and tidy.
- Students are expected to behave in a way which ensures the safety of all.
- As representatives of Beaulieu, behaviour and appearance out of School should be exemplary.
'The truly special thing about Beaulieu is the relationships built with the staff. There's always someone to help with anything from schoolwork to personal problems.'
Holly Thebault, Former Deputy Head Girl
Our Beaulieu prospectus tells you everything you need to know about the school, our community and our special ethos. For further information or to request a printed copy please contact our Registrar on 708618.