The Local Area

The school is set in a safe and beautiful 35-acre woodland campus and is surrounded by 700 acres of National Trust woodland. The campus is in the enviable position of being located only a short walk from the expansive beaches of West Runton and with Norfolk’s highest point, also know as Roman Camp, as its backdrop. The north Norfolk coastline is a unique area of remarkable beauty, diversity, scientific and historical importance dating back to pre-historic times. As a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it is one of the UK’s most cherished and outstanding landscapes. Our campus and location means we can deliver a uniquely broad curriculum of indoor and outdoor learning which brings out the best in our pupils, both academically and personally.

Despite its superb rural setting, Beeston Hall is very well located for children living further afield and overseas. We provide a network of bus routes to and from school and supervised travel to London and nearby airports for exeats and school holidays. In Norwich Airport (service centre for KLM, a leader in UM flights) the school has a uniquely convenient connection to Amsterdam’s major international hub (Schiphol Airport), just 35 minutes’ drive away.

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Beeston’s coastal location breeds keen sailors.
The children can sail our own fleet of ‘Toppers’ on near-by Wroxham Broads.

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