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22/03/19

Congratulations.👏👏👏👏

22/03/19

Retweeted From Oxford Science

The shortlist for the School Biology Teacher of the Year Award has been announced https://t.co/UXCefKiPFF We're very proud to sponsor this award which celebrates the nation's most inspiring biology teachers

22/03/19

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

Teacher of Geography required for September. The School is conveniently located within easy reach of Sutton, Croydon and south London, with excellent road networks. Click below to apply or email hr.co.uk to arrange a visit. https://t.co/vQ7aZs5zbj https://t.co/2f2AtbFzs4

20/03/19

Vacancy - Minibus Driver https://t.co/A8STeEYjRy

20/03/19

Retweeted From The Beacon Friends' Association

Have you heard? has joined . A new way of approaching parental engagement after we listened to what parents had to say about better communication. Sign up, give it a try and share with your friends. https://t.co/E8raiLZMFQ

19/03/19

Last day in Dorset. Final view questionnaires in Swanage, followed by a walk to Old Harry’s Rocks https://t.co/8FGjsKFgcc

18/03/19

A quick break in Weymouth inbetween asking questionnaires to assess the legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games. https://t.co/GYp4FBSdQv

18/03/19

A morning of ‘awe and wander’ with the A-Level Geographers. Lulworth Cove, Stair Hole, the Lulworth Crumple and Durdle Door

18/03/19

A morning of ‘awe and wander’ with the A-Level Geographers. Lulworth Cove, Stair Hole, the Lulworth Crumple and Durdle Door https://t.co/VdEvNRfwJv

18/03/19

Geographers work hard, play hard! https://t.co/ypDHbfnvxm

17/03/19

200 questionnaires, 30 interviews, 90 EQIs, 6 beach profiles, 10 groyne measurements, 3 noise readings, 2 shop surveys, 30 sets of sediment analysis, 6 wave analyses, 5 locations and 1 hail storm. All in a... https://t.co/IozTHzGnGH

17/03/19

Day 3 of A-Level fieldwork sees the students collecting their own data for NEAs with a human theme. First stops have been Crossways and Dorchester to examine the growth of clone towns in Dorset and compare... https://t.co/kTdgKptzIf

16/03/19

Sand dune succession completed Well done boys on a successful day’s data collection 😜 https://t.co/KLSvBWRmFM

16/03/19

Sand dune succession completed Well done boys on a successful day’s data collection 😜

16/03/19

A morning collecting data on Swanage Beach and a battle against the wind and rain! What types of methods could we use to analyse coastal processes? https://t.co/Sr5fr9kQod

16/03/19

A morning collecting data on Swanage Beach and a battle against the wind and rain! What types of methods could we use to analyse coastal processes?

16/03/19

Lost a few fieldwork booklets to the 60mph winds, but just about managing to complete a field sketch in Swanage Bay https://t.co/gPEA7QlHc2

16/03/19

Retweeted From Sara Louise Baldwin

Get annotating and tell all year 11 (and 10) students about this thread! Excellent revision and conversation starters for lessons 👏🏻🙌 https://t.co/MmYyrQXNKu

15/03/19

We love staying at not just because of the amazing staff who work here, but because they think of everything! 👍#beacongeography https://t.co/hfQKB4wkXd

Posted on: 25/04/2018

Year 9 - Cup Success

Year 9 football team 2018

Year 9 - Cup Success

 

The Year 9 Football team had their cup final tonight against RAAS and it was an absolute nail biter!  The game started quickly with Beacon putting together some fantastic passes, creating two early one on ones that were both well saved by the RAAS keeper.  Beacon continued to pile on the pressure until the opposition midfielder popped up in our 18 yard box with a snap shot that found the bottom corner.  It came as a shock to the Beacon boys but still they continued to keep possession and get in behind the RAAS defenders.

RAAS then doubled their lead with yet another volley from a midfielder which came completely against the run of play.  RAAS had taken their chances fantastically scoring two shots from two goals.  The Beacon boys dug deep and started to really pile on the pressure. Jake Williams fired in a dangerous ball from a corner which was met by Jack Schofield with a glancing header.  All of a sudden there was a second goal from Callum Mallows with a well-placed shot into the corner. Half time with the game tied at 2-2.

Beacon came out flying once again with substitute and goal machine Josh Edwards managing to get a goal to make it 3-2.  RAAS quickly countered with a well struck penalty to put the score at 3-3.  The last 20 minutes turned a good performance into an outstanding one with Josh and Jack both getting another goal each to seal the deal, final score 5-3.

Special mention goes to man of the match Joe Costella for his inspiring performance in defense for Beacon, he was absolutely solid!  Another football season comes to an end with another set of medals for the hard working boys in Year 9 at The Beacon.  Yet again I finish the season on a high and couldn’t be prouder of the boys.  Thank you again to all the parents that joined us and once again for all of your fantastic support.

Come on Beacon!!

Mr Tyson, Subject Leader of PE