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18/10/18

Year 13 Visit to Roehampton University “ Preparing to Apply “. https://t.co/yXYQNm4cyE

18/10/18

Retweeted From Keith Batchelor

We were so of our students and staff today as we welcomed Central Team to for the second part of their training day.

18/10/18

Deadline Day: The online application form for 2019 entry to Beacon Sixth Form is today. Although applications will of course be accepted after today, the applications received prior to this deadline will help... https://t.co/A5UvKYDjso

17/10/18

Retweeted From Keith Batchelor

You are welcome it was an excellent today https://t.co/bqXxPhecXD

17/10/18

Come along to our Christmas Shopping Evening, Friday 23rd Nov, and buy your Christmas Gifts from local, independent, businesses, and help raise more funds for the "Imagination Station" £3 entry - with a free drink Children under 16 -Free https://t.co/QHaMQ8nXqP

17/10/18

Beacon started their Surrey Cup campaign yesterday with an away match at Three Rivers Academy, Hersham. This is the first of two matches this week and with a couple of injuries and rested players there were some... https://t.co/rCRS9Ob0pL

16/10/18

Match Report Year 11 Beacon vs Glenthorne https://t.co/lSMUUvGBFE

16/10/18

Match report Year 10 Beacon vs De Stafford https://t.co/qpwaQSR9VP

15/10/18

Retweeted From BBC Radio 5 Live

Dyslexia? It's no big deal - it's actually helped me, says Dragons' Den's Theo Paphitis. A report suggests people with dyslexia are great at reasoning, communicating and working out different solutions. 🔵 More on https://t.co/KgpTrvF7fP

12/10/18

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🔬

Huge shout out to for organising 7 year groups worth of PSCHE drop down day today! My year 11’s loved the financial well-being projects and crowdfunding!

12/10/18

Y11 French students have shown what they are made of with their performance in their speaking exams this week. Well done!

11/10/18

Retweeted From Steph McGovern

Know anyone aged 11-14 who wants to learn about cyber security? There are free CyberFirst courses all over the UK: https://t.co/aA8TU3GvnH

09/10/18

Retweeted From Keith Batchelor

Well done this a great achievement. We are so of you https://t.co/Lwo2OyzXv7

09/10/18

The Beacon Year 8 football team march on in the County Cup beating Rutlish school 4-1!

09/10/18

Retweeted From Banstead Rotary

We did it! Banstead planted 10,000 purple crocuses in The Orchard to symbolise the campaign! https://t.co/BTFkVb8UKp

09/10/18

Rising global temperatures - what will future impacts be? Year 7 and 9, we will be studying this issue later on this year. Year 13, consider how this warming will impact upon the Global Hydrological Cycle. https://t.co/4taSTdEA35

09/10/18

Retweeted From Keith Batchelor

This a great opportunity to come and work with our very own the GLF Science Lead as a teacher of science https://t.co/OsKdls1D5g

05/10/18

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

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Posted on: 21/03/2018

Year 8 - Football Results

The Beacon got off to a flying start with a goal inside the first 2 minutes.  Wonderful attacking play on the left side from Aaron Galloway and an inch perfect cross from Sam Steele fell at the feet of Tom Wakeling who finished well to put Beacon in the lead. 

De Stafford hit straight back moments later, Beacon were caught off guard by a long ball over the top combined with the pace of the striker who finished well, 1-1.

This lapse in concentration did little to stop the regular threat of Beacon’s attack who found themselves 2-1 up after 15 minutes. Some lovely passing through the midfield put in Tom Wakeling who finished calmly again for his second.

Beacon then went goal crazy in the final 10 minutes of the half.  First Tom completed his hat trick, getting on the end of yet more beautiful football from the Beacon side. Tom bagged his fourth with a powerful header from a great cross delivered by the impressive Sam Wright.  There was just about time for one more goal in what was an impeccable first half display from Tom.  Another good cross was placed into the corner to make it 5-1 at half time.

It would have been easy for Beacon to take their foot off the gas after the break, instead, the boys continued with their fine first half form.  Sam Wright was the provider of the first 2 goals of the half, initially setting up Tom with an exquisite cross for his sixth! Sam then put in another great cross to the back post for Sam Steele to finish.

De Stafford showed little sign of hitting back with Beacon in total control of the game. Sam Steele added another as the Beacon continued to cut through De Stafford’s defence with some quality passing through midfield.

Jack Clark scored Beacon’s ninth of the game, another fine passing move ended with a confident finish after another fine delivery from Sam Wright.  Jack added his second from close range when the ball found itself at his feet in a crowded penalty box.  There was just about time for one more and what a goal to end an incredible game for the Beacon side.  A free kick from 25 yards out was put into the top corner by Louis Cooper - what a goal!

11-1 the final result, an excellent performance from the boys with incredible performances all over the pitch.  However, a fantastic double hat trick from Beacon’s striker Tom earned him a well-deserved man of the match award. Well done to all involved. 

Mr G Newton - Assistant Headteacher, Teacher of PE