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  • Bellarmine Poetry Recital

    The Bellarmine Poetry recital was like something out of a West End show. ¬†Boys of all personalities worked together, for weeks and weeks, to independently recite a poem to a large audience. Bellarmine took ‚Äėreciting‚Äô to new levels and showcased wonder! ¬†Collaborating with our peers, parents and teachers allowed us to show that Miss Carver‚Äôs […]

  • Skiing Trip December 2016

    On Friday the 9th December 2016 we left School on a Skiing trip to Isola 2000. ¬†Many boys on the trip had mixed emotions; they were excited and nervous at once. We all met at Heathrow for our flight to Nice.¬† In smaller groups, we had great fun exploring, everyone seemed to particularly enjoy the […]

  • St Piran‚Äôs Triathlon

    It was a sunny day when we set off for St Piran‚Äôs. ¬†The team was myself, Callum, Leo, Michael, Ian, Samuel and Julian, we were all excited. ¬†Packed in the bus with Mr Gravett, Mr Clements, some bikes and our other equipment, we chatted about tactics and wanting to win. Upon arrival, we got our […]

  • Congratulations to SJB OB Zafar Ansari on Test Debut

    Staff, boys and the wider school community at St John‚Äôs Beaumont would like to congratulate old boy Zafar Ansari for gaining his first Cap for the England Test Side, having been selected to play in the second test against Bangladesh in Dhaka. Zafar spent 9 years as a pupil at St John‚Äôs before¬†going Hampton School […]

  • Wellington Prep School Orchestral Day

      This spectacular event featured pupils from ten schools, who between them fielded over one hundred musicians. ¬†It says much for the musical standards at St John‚Äôs that out of the nine who took part, six were appointed section principals, including orchestra leader (Gabriel). Conducted by Hilary Davan Wetton, the players rehearsed in sectionals before […]

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  • Osmington Bay

    On Monday 12th September, the Rudiments boys set off to Osmington Bay, where we were staying for 3 days on a PGL site. ¬†As soon as we arrived we went off into groups to do quad¬†biking and a giant swing which was great fun. ¬†That evening we had a delicious choice of supper, followed by […]

  • Visit of HRH Princess Basma bint Talal

    The School was honoured to receive as its guest Her Royal Highness Princess Basma bint Talal of Jordan on Friday 16th September.¬†¬† During her visit Her Royal Highness was welcomed by members of our Rudiments Year 8 who included amongst others the Head Boy and Deputy Head Boy.¬†¬† She was shown around the historic parts […]

  • Roald Dahl Day

    The term has started with a wonderful celebration on Tuesday 13th September for Roald Dahl Day in the Nicholas Owen Block. We brought in some of our favourite Roald Dahl stories and shared them with our friends and teachers. ¬†The Blandyke boys made BFG ears to link this with¬†their Literacy work this week. In the […]

  • LAMDA Results

    The boys have once again excelled themselves in achieving remarkably impressive results in the LAMDA examinations this year.¬† With entries ranging from entry level all the way to bronze medal we have been tremendously proud of their commitment and eventual achievements.¬† Out of 81 boys 41 (51%) achieved distinction and 38 (47%) achieved merit. A […]

  • Everest Climb is Complete

    On Thursday 1st September we completed our Sport Relief Everest Climb challenge, and achieved the total height of 8,848metres mid-way through the Sports Attack climbing session during the morning. Boys from St John‚Äôs Beaumont, their friends and families, members of the local Community and climbers from Sports Attack, The Gap Club and the St John‚Äôs […]

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St John's Beaumont was established in 1888 and for over a century we have educated leading thinkers, clergy, medics, top businessmen and sportsmen. St John's Beaumont is a school on a mission.

We pursue excellence in teaching and learning through the development and care of the whole child. We promote Christ as the model for life where students and teachers may grow in the discernment needed to live each day with courage and compassion.