Twitter Wall

Twitter Wall


Support The Beacon School.


Massive well done to the Lionesses A huge step forward for Womens football European Champions 2022


End of Year Newsletter.


Current House Points Totals Well Done Discovery!!


This Weeks Newsletter


Current Vacancies Premises Assistant (non-residential) - Eteach Premises Assistant (Residential) - Eteach


This week’s newsletter.


This is a market visit followed by lunch on Sword Beach.


This week's newsletter.


Congratulations to all our ball boys representing the Beacon school at Wimbledon this year.


Word of the Week


This Weeks Newsletter


Bring down your entries to the Art Department and hand them over to Mrs Barnwell, Mrs Quinn, Mrs Thorne, or Mrs Wellburn. Good luck, enjoy and we look forward to receiving your entries soon.


See the attached sheet for full details and some ideas on what your own personal shoe box gallery may look like. Prizes will be awarded for the best entries across all GLF schools. The deadline for the submission of entries is Monday 11th July.


Year 7 and 8 GLF Art and Design competition GLF and The Beacon School would like to invite you to enter an exciting Art competition. We would like you to design your own Shoe Box Art Gallery.


This Weeks Newsletter


Music exam requirements


Retweeted From Mr O'Donnell

What a day! Our Y7 A&B teams got to play at Stamford Bridge as part of the tournament. The B team reached the 1/4 finals and our A team were runners up after losing the final on penalties. What an experience! Congratulations to


This Weeks Newsletter


Current House Points Totals

Posted on: 30/06/2022


On Thursday we will be hosting a careers fair for our students, it is an opportunity for them to get involved and engaged in conversations about their future careers and next steps. There will be a range of industry professionals and education providers for students to talk to, I would encourage all parents and carers to embark in discussions about their own careers and share their routes into the world of work.

From experience I know I only found out about my own profession as a Library and Information Manager following a meeting at my school careers fair, during which I was able to talk to a university lecturer who was passionate about his career as a Librarian and subsequently as a professor  He in turn was able to offer guidance towards the relevant work experience and qualifications required. I'm fortunate that in my career I have been able to work in lots of different sectors, engineering, banking, health care, universities and then into education. It is never too early to start having these conversations with students, evidence suggests that those students with career aspirations achieve more academically and are able to access more opportunities to gain work experience. 

We are hoping to have a wide variety of professionals from the world of sport, accountancy, public services, childcare, engineering as well as many other sectors.


Mrs Cox

Careers Coordinator