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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

15/03/19

The A-Level Geographers have arrived safely in Dorset. First stop, the town of Poundbury, to investigate how sustainable is this urban development? https://t.co/AT9yjB4xg0

15/03/19

The A-Level Geographers have arrived safely in Dorset. First stop, the town of Poundbury, to investigate how sustainable is this urban development?

14/03/19

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13/03/19

Retweeted From BBC Learning English

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12/03/19

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

After nearly 2 years out of school, ‘Head office’ started operations today from its new home at . Thanks to and the team for making us all so welcome and to for hosting us since 2017.

Sports Fixtures

The Beacon School (U15) - vs - Carshalton Boys Sports College
Futsal

Summary

Played Won Drawn Lost
1 1 0 0

Fixtures & Results

24/01/2019U15 - Futsal (Futsal match)
Carshalton Boys Sports College45The Beacon School
Carshalton Boys Sports College4
The Beacon School5
Venue: Away - Winchcombe Road, Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 1RW

Year 9/10 Surrey Schools Futsal Competition

Today was the first ever U15 futsal competition and The Beacon boys were excited, but also apprehensive as this was a sport that they had very little experience in playing. We entered a team for this competition because of the amount of amazing technically gifted footballers that we have here at The Beacon, and this being a game of skill and quick feet, we knew it was made for us! We had 4 games to play and after 3 convincing victories we were guaranteed a place in the finals. We were up against an outstanding Richard Challoner team in the finals, that had been impressive throughout the tournament. The final finished 1-1 after a dramatic equaliser from Joe. The final was to be decided on penalties consisting of 3 each. Both keepers pulled off fantastic saves and this meant sudden death as both teams scored 2 out of their 3. Thankfully, the Beacon boys held their nerve and we came out winners 5 4 on penalties! The standard of play from our team was outstanding and as always, their behaviour was exemplary. Jake gets the man of the tournament for scoring 6 goals and helping himself to the golden boot. Special mention also to Jack and Ethan as the only 2 Year 9s at a tournament consisting of only Year 10s. Surrey Schools finals day to follow in March. Come on Beacon!

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