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23/11/20

Current house points totals. https://t.co/V5ZBYO1Qpd

23/11/20

Word of the Week https://t.co/i4CVaGukK3

20/11/20

we are hoping the Beacon will be installed outside school as a celebration of our school and the BFA to shine a light on future events and occasions. https://t.co/Idt7pk2OpP

20/11/20

The DT department have been working in close collaboration with the BFA and sixth form students, Rae, James and Charlotte, turning their design calculations into an actual design and finally being able to fabricate the Beacon basket which will be lit up on special occasions,

20/11/20

This week's newsletter. https://t.co/RTEXaW5OT2

13/11/20

This weeks newsletter. https://t.co/HE9PkuArgC

09/11/20

Current House Points Totals https://t.co/15iBawDWo6

09/11/20

Word of the Week https://t.co/HrVULcRTJ1

07/11/20

Retweeted From Banstead Rotary

Please see & RT Christmas Appeal! All required by 11 December in date & alcohol free https://t.co/JGCs9QdMQp

07/11/20

Retweeted From The Beacon Friends' Association

This year’s donations for our BFA Christmas Raffle can be sent into school with your child during the week of 16th November to 20th November. All the details below. Your donations are always wonderful and we couldn’t run our raffles without them. Thank you https://t.co/94SzY87ewk

07/11/20

This week’s news letter https://t.co/Banmz1CxR2

19/10/20

Word of the Week https://t.co/cRr1HGo9LL

16/10/20

This weeks newsletter. https://t.co/nBPke07bhr

16/10/20

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

12/10/20

Word of the Week https://t.co/PRaIXjldz0

09/10/20

Current House Points Totals https://t.co/kyHaq7eSU5

09/10/20

This weeks newsletter. https://t.co/QPyQWjf6pO

09/10/20

Virtual Open Day - Prospective Year 12 Students. https://t.co/MIN9JILu84 https://t.co/1kzG0QTELE

Core purpose and values

School Vision

For The Beacon School to be an inclusive and thriving learning community which prepares students for life through giving them the qualifications, skills and confidence they need to succeed in the wider world. This results from highly effective teaching, an enriching and challenging curriculum and a caring and supportive ethos.

Our purpose is to strive for exceptional learning and through this endeavour we make a commitment to our community.

Our commitment:

  • Teaching will inspire, engage, motivate and have high expectations of all students to achieve their very best and this will be led by highly skilled practitioners
  • Our rich curriculum will offer the breadth and depth to equip all students with the academic, personal and social skills and the knowledge and understanding required to be successful members of their local and wider community
  • Students will study in a culture of mutual respect where curiosity, reflection, resilience and empathy are developed and celebrated

Our commitments are built upon the key foundations of our values of pursuing excellence and respect:

  • Excellence : for all members of the school community to develop their strengths and what they are already good at, but also to commit to improving areas where they are not as strong. We believe that in order to achieve excellence you have to be able to set yourself apart from the rest and continually improve yourself in order to achieve the best that you are capable of.
  • Respect : to show respect for The Beacon School and everyone in our community including yourself, for learning and to show integrity in everything that you do.