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14/01/22

This Weeks Newsletter https://t.co/nU1CF4NhKG

12/01/22

Phoebe and Leila's shooting was outstanding throughout and the girls racked up the goals. The whole team played well defensively to keep a clean sheet and thoroughly deserved to win. The Player of the match was Leila. Mr M Barnard https://t.co/or5YTMnrIz

12/01/22

Netball Year 7 - Beacon 15 - Reigate 0 The year 7 girls recorded their biggest win of the season so far away at Reigate. Despite the drizzly conditions, The Beacon were sharp and accurate in their passing and defence. https://t.co/iH9qj3Jt5K

12/01/22

A real combative performance from both sides meant it was close until the end when Jacob was put through on goal to make it 2-0 and game over. Beacon now face Glyn or Carshalton Boys in the next round! TGA https://t.co/IwXTbRTTHJ

12/01/22

It was not long before this paid off as Jack's flick at the near post meant the ball dropped nicely for George to spectacularly overhead kick the ball to loop over the goalkeeper to make it 1-0 Beacon; cue Beacon celebrations. https://t.co/bfZtDiJLkK

12/01/22

The threat of Jamie's long throw was evident in the first half so at half time a strategy was formed. https://t.co/5uKJQTWhWy

12/01/22

A few back to back injuries for Beacon meant we changed positions of players which actually allowed us to gain control of key areas of the pitch that Greenshaw had dominated at the start and also launch our own attacks. At half time it was an even 0-0. https://t.co/R4DV7nClr8

12/01/22

The year 11 football team marched on in the Surrey Cup thanks to a hard fought 2-0 victory over Greenshaw. The game started with Greenshaw slightly on top and creating a couple of chances but none to worry Ryan in goal. https://t.co/QcygRLDrkn

10/01/22

Current House Points Totals https://t.co/1XDZpQJq3g

10/01/22

Maths Problem of the Week https://t.co/rQ0RVIRwX5

10/01/22

Word of the Week https://t.co/z4ZeFZlxnK

17/12/21

This Weeks Newsletter https://t.co/MC9cRaeJnh

13/12/21

POSTPONEMENT OF WINTER CONCERT - WEDNESDAY 15TH DECEMBER 2021 https://t.co/LoIWxfSbjR

13/12/21

Maths Problem of the Week https://t.co/VDj03CruYp

10/12/21

This week’s newsletter https://t.co/DjzZ1sHOyS

09/12/21

5 ways to help the BFA this Christmas https://t.co/uC45vatYuK

07/12/21

BFA Christmas Raffle Tickets now on Sale. https://t.co/qqMV9e7hCT

07/12/21

**Now Sold Out**

06/12/21

The nominated person will need to bring the letter and photo id of themselves on collection as the certificates are legal documents belonging to the student. Thank you. https://t.co/BIhv1wjohu

Core purpose and values

Our mission

We recognise that every student at The Beacon School has one chance at their education and deserves an exceptional experience, whatever their starting point. We are proud of our vibrant community comprising our driven, committed and expert staff, our kind, hard working and motivated students and our supportive and aspirational parents. Collectively we strive to ensure that the Beacon journey is enriching, challenging, engaging, and above all that it prepares our students academically, socially and culturally for a life full of choices, opportunities and achievement.

Our vision

By 2026 excellent leadership will ensure that The Beacon School will be a high achieving and thriving inclusive community which has a relentless focus on excellence. We will deliver excellent teaching which will holistically prepare our students for life by preparing them to achieve excellent qualifications, as well as to acquire the skills and confidence that they need to succeed in the wider world. This will be underpinned by a rich and ambitious curriculum for all students regardless of ability or background. Excellent leadership will ensure that our students will receive the modelling, guidance and support to understand the values of character, respect and integrity which are the foundation of excellent behaviour for learning; and simultaneously we will encourage our students to become curious, reflective, empathetic and resilient learners, developing the qualities which will allow them to experience success in and out of the classroom. Finally, we will build excellent partnerships with external stakeholders to provide our students with excellent role models, a breadth of enrichment experiences and to provide our students with the opportunity to become leading members of their local, national and international communities.

Our pillars of excellence

  1. Excellent leadership

Leaders at every level will create an ambitious yet compassionate culture of high aspiration, relentless improvement and unfailing support for every member of our community to be the very best they can be. Leaders will drive change, inspire and develop others and will have the highest expectations of each other and of our students.

  1. Excellent teaching and learning

Teaching will inspire, engage, challenge and motivate, will encourage the highest academic and behavioural standards and will develop a passion for lifelong learning among our students which will provide the firmest foundation for future success

  1. An excellent curriculum

Our ambitious curriculum will provide students with the breadth and depth of knowledge and skills required to achieve academic success as well as ensuring the development of learner qualities and a wide variety of enrichment experiences which will ensure they can achieve excellence in and out of the classroom

  1. Excellent partnerships

Partnerships will be formed with external educational, service, industrial, entrepreneurial stakeholders to support the development of the curriculum, to provide superb role models for our students and to provide leadership opportunities for all