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07/06/18

The year 7 athletics squad travelled to Reigate Grammar School to compete in the district competition. Students worked exceptionally hard. Georgia who qualified for the 100m final and Joe who is the district champion for Javelin throwing over 20m! Fantastic work by all Miss S Day https://t.co/Gm2j1BWnVn

04/06/18

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton

Tell me what you know... year 11 revision for homeostasis, followed by some EQ and self assessment! Quick and pacey... some of them have really worked hard for their B2 exam https://t.co/eSutQO3VXb

04/06/18

The Beacon School Car Boot Sale on Sunday the 10th of June 2018. £10 fee per car. Open for setup from 8am. To register visit our event page: https://t.co/ryUT9EEJ4a All proceeds benefit students and community by helping fund important projects and initiatives.

01/06/18

Our Madrid group arrived safe and well on Tuesday and having had an accommodation upgrade are loving their time in Spain and as expected making us proud with their positive representation of the Beacon School.

23/05/18

A Level Art and Photography final deadline. All work to Mrs Barnwell and Ms Bennett. By Monday 11th June 4pm.

23/05/18

GCSE Art final deadline. All work to Mrs Barnwell and Ms Bennett by Monday 4th June 4pm.

22/05/18

The Beacon School were pleased to welcome John and Emily from today, who presented a £1750 cheque to members of the Student Council and Headteacher Keith Batchelor. The money will be spent on facilities that will lead to the reduction of waste plastic around the school. https://t.co/pPNKErEIz0

22/05/18

Retweeted From Justine Sheehan

Very best of luck to Y11 students for their English Literature exam today. You've worked so hard - just go for it!!

17/05/18

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton

What a superb effort from year 11 today! 7:30am start for breakfast revision, then the C1 exam followed by their science lesson in which they smashed out ‘tell me what you know about energy” https://t.co/23dqBr3qZg

17/05/18

Retweeted From GoConqr

Best of luck to all students starting exams this week. You can find lots of free last minute revision courses and resources on GoConqr https://t.co/yHwDvjhBnd

16/05/18

The following students have been selected to represent South Surrey Schools at the Surrey Schools athletics competition in June; Josh Edwards – Shot put Jake Steele – Javelin Owen Waite – 800m & 1500m Kai Braybrook Discus A fantastic yet thoroughly deserved opportunity for all.

16/05/18

Geographers....this is one for you. https://t.co/42390bET6E

15/05/18

Retweeted From Croydon Harriers

Congratulations to Emmanuel Thomas (Pole Vault) and Samir Williams (4x100m) on being picked for GB Juniors for the Loughborough International! https://t.co/k1xfrBw4eB

15/05/18

.. 10 % raised already, thank you for your support and enthusiasm for this project. Continue your support by coming to the BPA Car Boot Sale Sat 10th June, 9-12 am, sellers at 8.00 am. £10 per car in advance, £12 on day. Entry by donation. https://t.co/e5UknvsLTd

15/05/18

Wishing all our students good luck! In their exams.

11/05/18

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton

Superb revision session with the lovely year 11’s ... trialling as promised my revision clocks for B1 https://t.co/hplfrQkxVb

Posted on: 29/11/2017

Year 7 Match Report Against Warwick School

The latest league match was against Warwick School. A rotation of squad members gave debuts to Charlie Wright, Harry Langner and Charlie Pugh.

The game was very evenly matched and both teams having good spells of possession and creating chances. George Thompson was the first to get on the score sheet for The Beacon with a neatly slotted finish. Some good midfield play saw the visitors double their lead when Barney Hibberd assisted a Jamie Anear goal.

The Warwick were creating chances and Alfie Brill made a couple of outstanding saves to keep them from scoring. The Warwick finally scored as the first half drew to a close and the score at half time was 2-1.

The Warwick started the second half brightly and scored a quick goal from a corner kick after The Beacon failed to clear their lines. 

The game was poised at two a piece, with both teams having chances to win the game. The Beacon defended well and James Measures put in some cracking challenges to keep the game level. Again chances fell for both teams and both keepers were used to good effect.

With two minutes to go, The Warwick scored a well worked goal, which was applauded by both sets of supporters.

In a thrilling end to the game, Ollie Tully drove the ball past the Warwick keeper and the game ended 3-3. With neither team deserving to lose, a draw was a fair result.

 

Special mention to captain Jacob Evans who had a fantastic game and earned the Man of the Match.