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11/12/17

School is open and functioning fully. Next update at 1.30pm.

11/12/17

The School is OPEN. Next update at 10am this morning.

10/12/17

The school is currently OPEN on Monday. There will be a site inspection at 7am with further updates following this every thirty minutes. Students should wear sturdy footwear with good grip and please make preparations for a potentially wintry journey home from school.

09/12/17

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

in Banstead require a passionate teacher with a proven track record of achieving excellent results in P.E & Science. You will have access to exceptional career development opportunities both at the school & across with the role https://t.co/1dFAKA8F1s https://t.co/wutMQ45hlh

08/12/17

As part of the Year 9 healthy lifestyles active tutorial this week. Each form group had to create a healthy breakfast cereal, design an advert and then present their new cereal in assembly this morning. Well done everyone and good luck. The winners will be announced soon. https://t.co/q8cTyathGa

05/12/17

Thank you to for performing "Hidden" to our Year 9 students today. Once again an entertaining yet thought provoking show. https://t.co/TTJFctQB7m

01/12/17

Retweeted From Paula Ghinn

you should thoroughly proud of yourselves. Beauty and The Beast was a triumph tonight. Well done to the cast, backstage crew and staff. A wonderful, uplifting team effort.

01/12/17

Year 12 Geographers are in London eagerly awaiting a day of A-Level lectures, kicking off with Professor Iain Stewart https://t.co/K3vohZPCIb

29/11/17

One day to go until our first performance of . https://t.co/RSEPGysydl

29/11/17

The year 8 netball team went over to the Warwick on Wednesday evening. Even in the chilly 6 degrees the girls were... https://t.co/BdyvfS57Zq

28/11/17

The latest league match was against Warwick School. A rotation of squad members gave debuts to Charlie Wright,... https://t.co/PQS6YMUJlT

28/11/17

Year 7 Therfield Cup vs De Stafford The Beacon School drew sports partnership rivals De Stafford in the 2nd... https://t.co/AdJ332bAVP

26/11/17

Year 9 and 12 Geographers.....this is one for you. https://t.co/dozPx9HTgV https://t.co/57bQkTF3zG

23/11/17

Retweeted From Robert Brooks

are looking for a Lead Practitioner/Raising Standards Leader in Maths. Contact if you are interested. Please RT

23/11/17

Retweeted From Robert Brooks

Please contact and if you are interested in a Science Teacher position at This is a fantastic school and department to work in, which is part of Please RT and share https://t.co/uQ7jFXUzt2

22/11/17

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

is seeking to appoint a passionate teacher with a proven track record of achieving excellent Mathematics results to join their successful Mathematics department. Exceptional career development opportunities await the successful candidate https://t.co/1fo9BdNwmW https://t.co/PoVb1iyNrY

22/11/17

Another big win for the Beacon Year 8 football team yesterday. In the 2nd round of the Surrey Cup, Beacon had... https://t.co/OEb6eiRwaT

21/11/17

The Beacon Student Council visited Reigate Town Hall today and took part in a Question Time event hosted by BBC journalist Nicholas Owen. They sat in the Council Chambers and raised questions about mental health, Brexit and Apprenticeships. https://t.co/OCPMfB8kBj

21/11/17

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

Inspirational & motivational Science Teacher required ASAP to join their flourishing science department. Click on the link below to apply or email the team at recruitment.org for more information. https://t.co/rdv1JnxCwF https://t.co/kpoR2VPtLZ

KS4

The Curriculum at Key Stage 4

The Core Curriculum consists of subjects that all students study; it has been designed to ensure they have a broad and balanced education.  Students begin their Key Stage 4 courses in Year 9 and are required to study the core curriculum of English Literature GCSE, English Language GCSE, Mathematics GCSE, GCSE Science courses, PE and Personal, Social and Ethics Education.  Students then study four option choices; there is a wide range of subjects to choose from.  This allows the students to maintain a wide choice of future subjects for study in the Sixth Form and beyond.  For many students their personalised Key Stage 4 curriculum will include the English Baccalaureate suite of subjects.  We also offer a number of carefully selected vocational courses that also have progression routes into the Sixth Form.  Further information can be found in the Curriculum Guides for the relevant year.