Kipling Avenue, Bath, BA2 4RE
Tel: 01225 480466, Twitter: @BeechenCliff
web: beechencliff.org.uk


Autumn term: 3 September – 21 October 2018
Christmas term: 8 November – 21 December 2019
Winter term: 7 January – 15 February 2019
Easter term: 25 February – 5 March 2019
Spring term: 23 April – 24 May 2019
Summer term: 3 June – 17 July 2019

Age of pupils: 11 – 18 years

Number of pupils: 1,300 (boys in lower school and large mixed Sixth Form)

Boarding Fees: £10,000 per annum

Religious denomination: None

The curriculum: This popular, distinctive and high-achieving school offers an exceptional all-round education. The vibrant and unpretentiously academic curriculum of predominantly GCSEs and A Levels includes the Extended Project Qualification and enviable super curricular programme.

Extra curricular activities: A large part of success at Beechen Cliff is the huge range of extra-curricular activities including shooting, climbing, debating, musical theatre, CCF, Model United Nations, various music ensembles, Duke of Edinburgh, robotics, F1 etc etc.

Pastoral care: A large part of success at Beechen Cliff is the huge range of extra-curricular activities including shooting, climbing, debating, musical theatre, CCF, Model United Nations, various music ensembles, Duke of Edinburgh, robotics, F1 etc etc.

Name of headmaster: Mr Andrew Davies

Outstanding characteristics: Home to the academy programmes of both Southampton FC and Bath Rugby, the school also has a popular boarding house. We are heavily over-subscribed in the lower school and Sixth Form. Whilst we are amongst the strongest in the region for academic achievement, our view of education is embedded in celebrating all aspects of success and endeavor. For example, the legendary Beechen Cliff challenges are part of our mission to develop character – designed to take students out of their comfort zones into realms that challenge body and mind. The challenges include: Centurion Challenge (100 miles in 48 hours), Ten Tors (hike of up to 55 miles across Dartmoor), Three Peaks, Coast to Coast Cycle ride (100 miles in a day) and Duke of Edinburgh.