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18/09/20

This weeks Newsletter https://t.co/GO1VcteKsy

14/09/20

Word of the Week https://t.co/OqPVHY0dfv

14/09/20

Latest update on Covid symptoms. https://t.co/PKxNAwK8TW

11/09/20

This weeks Newsletter https://t.co/BiPDeJLovz

04/09/20

Retweeted From The Children's Trust

What an incredible announcement! 🤩 We can't wait! Visit Crowdfunder for more info and to book your tickets: https://t.co/oQnCw1n7Bp https://t.co/VL9vFzrJ4H

04/09/20

Well done everyone fantastic start https://t.co/PdgUSVdjvU

03/09/20

Please can all Parents and Carers avoid parking on Picquets Way when picking up students this afternoon. Thanks.

03/09/20

What a fantastic start to the new school year by all the students this morning.🎉👏

02/09/20

Message from The Beacon School PE Department https://t.co/yhKaklv2WB

20/08/20

Good luck to everyone getting their results today. 🤞 https://t.co/AqsUFM7oKO

20/08/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools

A late night shout out to the team of exams officers, & their direct colleagues, across our secondary schools - thanks for all your fabulous work in the most difficult circumstances. We are truly grateful.

13/08/20

Good luck to everyone getting their results today. 🤞 https://t.co/mN0DILAH7f

17/07/20

Amazing local charity releases a single. https://t.co/AiN4m9t95n

16/07/20

Final House Points Totals. Well done Explorer. 👏👏👏🎉🎉🎉 https://t.co/oYFcmEvwtm

13/07/20

The GCSE and A-Level Art and Photography Virtual Exhibition is now open. https://t.co/JEpSl7HOse

09/07/20

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏https://t.co/zYMY7mWYDI

06/07/20

Retweeted From BBC Woman's Hour

We speak to the student teacher from , whose team have won this year’s international STEM competition, and why it’s important to ‘Save Our Shores from Plastic Pollution’: https://t.co/ZSx8KXlwJI https://t.co/4E489jErvU

06/07/20

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Posted on: 02/07/2020

UPDATE - International Youth STEM Competition Final - Winners

Team Amet Activists WIN Global STEM Competition with their amphibious vehicle design

Congratulations to Evie, Rae, Chloe and James who won this year’s International Youth STEM Challenge Organised by the BIEA.

The team designed and presented an amphibious vehicle to clear up plastic pollution from muddy shores by using infrared technology to sort the plastic and using mealworms to degrade the polystyrene.

They were awarded Age 15-17 Champions and Global Champions from 50 countries

We are so proud of the team’s achievements and hope they can inspire more of our students around the globe to explore STEM opportunities and think about plastic waste and the impact it has.

Miss T Banda, Subject Leader for Science, Extended Project Qualification Coordinator

Stem project