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The Beaconhouse Group is one of largest privately owned education systems in the world. Established in November 1975 as the Les Anges Montessori Academy for toddlers, Beaconhouse has since grown into a global network of private schools, institutes, and universities, imparting distinctive and meaningful education for up more than 195,000 students from pre-school to post-graduation. Of these, 80,000 study at the group’s flagship network, the Beaconhouse School System, while the remaining students are largely enrolled at The Educators, a parallel school network operated by the group. The group has 11,500 employees, of whom approximately 6,500 are teachers.

The Beaconhouse of today is thus much more than just a local school. Through distinct and independent divisions in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, the UAE and the UK, it caters to the education and training needs of a large and diverse group of individuals of varying ages, socio-economic backgrounds, and nationalities, with its activities also extending beyond education in some countries.

Throughout its history, Beaconhouse has laid unparalleled emphasis on the development of human capital. From its initial association in the 1980s with The Moray House Institute of Education in Scotland, to its more recent teacher education association with the University of Bradford and, latterly, the College of St Mark and St John, Beaconhouse has institutionalised in-service teacher training like no other school. Today, more than half its teachers have internationally-recognised teaching certificates while the rest are enrolled in the permanent in-service programme. In addition, Beaconhouse sends senior academics to the UK annually to pursue Masters degrees in Education and Professional Development.

So, with its rigorous standards which insist on up to date teaching skills and its range of challenging programmes, the Beaconhouse School System brings success within the reach of every student.


Beaconhouse aims to provide quality education of an International Standard within our cultural framework. We aim for excellence through quality management, quality training and quality teaching, bringing benefits to our students, the community, the country and the wider world.


Beaconhouse values the right of every individual to realise his or her potential through the acquisition of knowledge, skills and values in a caring and supportive environment. The Beaconhouse system upholds the freedom of each student to think, create and discover, based on a true understanding of their cultural and spiritual tradition, whilst respecting the cultures and spiritual insights of others. We believe the human mind grows best in a spirit of freedom and co-operation. We promote equal opportunities for all our students irrespective of gender and of religious, social, ethnic or linguistic background.

We believe in developing responsible citizenship and social responsibility by precept and example. We provide an environment for learning, which promotes independent, creative and critical thought. We provide a friendly and supportive environment, which not only enhances the self-esteem of each individual but also challenges each to develop understanding skills, abilities and talents to the full. We expect and demand high standards from all our students and staff and we celebrate the achievement of all. Beaconhouse values its past and builds upon its strengths, approaching new ideas with discernment as it continuously looks to the future.