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21/07/21

After 22 years at The Beacon School, Gill Stalley, one of our amazing Science Technicians is retiring. Having been at The Beacon School for this length of time, one of the science prep rooms was named in her honour. Good Luck and all the best for the future Gill. https://t.co/JIzlzXWnsL

21/07/21

Final House Points Totals Well Done Explorer House!!!👏👏👏 https://t.co/0fI00B3KSq

20/07/21

The summer bumper edition of The Beacon School's Newsletter https://t.co/wma9w1acpx

12/07/21

Word of the Week https://t.co/KJLDH8ujmW

09/07/21

This week’s newsletter. https://t.co/dKPSOT0JcJ

05/07/21

Current House points Totals https://t.co/63f32i6AW1

05/07/21

Word of the Week https://t.co/lUvJntqT4r

02/07/21

This Weeks Newsletter https://t.co/oCq4GK6Xl7

02/07/21

BFA Summer Donation Week https://t.co/w4UTIQ1GGk

01/07/21

Junior Golf Club Championships Luke J, Year 9, won the Junior Club Championships at Cuddington Golf Club at the weekend and came 6th overall in the men's tournament. He had been cut to 3.8 handicap before the event. An fantastic achievement and a star. Congratulations Luke!

01/07/21

More Wimbledon Action https://t.co/Av8n0F8nGb

01/07/21

Jack J, Sonny D, Billy F and Alfie M are doing The Beacon proud at summer’s biggest tennis tournament. They have passed theory and practical trials and have also been involved in a rigorous training programme. Jack J was lucky enough to be on Centre Court https://t.co/1Zq4eBtrC0

01/07/21

Wimbledon Ball Boys We are privileged to have one of our Year 11 students and two of our Year 10 students as Ball Boys at Wimbledon this year, along with one of our former students. https://t.co/KF1m32mA8P

30/06/21

Current House Points Totals https://t.co/bXABxBK10s

28/06/21

Train to Teach with GLF https://t.co/7mtjzXT6gQ

25/06/21

This Weeks Newsletter https://t.co/IzeGDBjfo4

23/06/21

Current House Points Totals https://t.co/D0PM7tj8fk

21/06/21

Word of the Week https://t.co/WPz4cPS4fL

Form - Student Information

Student, Medical and Ethnicity Information Form

Student, Medical and Ethnicity Information Form
  • Please fill in the details below as fully as possible.  Not all of the information is mandatory, but it will assist the school in communicating with you and will also support your child’s learning.

    Please note the Data Protection Act 2018 allows individuals to withdraw their consent at any time.  If you wish to withdraw your consent for all or some of the items which you previously consented to, please contact the school.

  • If your child will be travelling to school by bike, a ‘Cycling to School Agreement’ form must be completed.  Please print out and complete the form by following the link below. 

    Cycling to School Agreement Form

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The following information is important to us and will be treated with the strictest confidence as the school receives funding for these categories
Other information
  • The Modern Foreign Languages Department aims to offer a culturally rich and engaging programme of study which will enable all students to become confident linguists and meet the challenges at GCSE level.

    Whilst there will be opportunities to explore different languages through extra-curricular activities, students will be allocated one language to study in Year 7: French or Spanish.

    We cannot guarantee which language your child will study, but if you have a strong reason why your child should study either French or Spanish, we will take it into consideration.  Please note, studying a particular language at KS2 will not be considered a strong enough reason to study it in Year 7 as both languages will be taught as though students have no prior experience.

Medical Information
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Ethnicity Information
  • Please note the information in this section is mandatory.  Any information you provide will be used solely to compile statistics, which will help us to support all our students in the most effective way.  The statistics will be passed on to the Local authority and the Department for Education.

    Our ethnic background describes how we think of ourselves; it is not the same as nationality or country of birth.

    The Department for Education recommends that young people aged over 11 years old should have the opportunity to decide their own ethnic identity.  Parents or carers are asked to support and advise children aged over 11 in making this decision.  Students aged 16 or over can make this decision for themselves.

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