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24/05/19

Retweeted From Keith Batchelor

Over the last twenty four hours I have been delighted to announce to families our new catering partnership with . It is certainly going to be an exciting start to the new half term

23/05/19

Retweeted From Keith Batchelor

Later today, I will be making a significant announcement about an exciting new partnership in an area of the school which families have been passionately talking to me about for the last two years a day to be

22/05/19

Retweeted From The Beacon Friends' Association

The BFA are on Amazon Smile. If you shop on Amazon, why not do it on Amazon Smile and Amazon will make a donation to Beacon Friends' Association (at no cost to you) https://t.co/Y4W3jQgLpt. A great way to support us!

17/05/19

Well done to all our fantastic students completing DofE in Guildford today!

17/05/19

Well done Year 11 students of French. You have now finished your French GCSE vous êtes formidables!

17/05/19

Final GCSE and A Level Art and Photography Deadline The final deadline for handing in your coursework and exam work is Monday 10th June. All coursework books, exam books and all art and or photography work... https://t.co/PstGGQvRSm

16/05/19

9SBR have proven what an amazing group of hardworking students they are. Every week they have written a flash card based on their learning in one lesson. Today, the class stayed to sort the cards into piles-all ready for their end of year assessments https://t.co/G7Almtgwz4

02/05/19

Retweeted From The Beacon Friends' Association

Tadworth Art Group are holding their 50th Anniversary Summer Exhibition on 10th/11th/12th May. Free entry and 250 paintings by 35 local artists. https://t.co/HLJhsRcxMw https://t.co/zjMPz80eBr

29/04/19

Year 10 District Cup Final 2019 The Beacon Year 10 boys football team are a special bunch. I have managed them for 4 years and have been astounded time and time again by their talents, determination and high... https://t.co/VP5DV7d7yF

29/04/19

Good luck for your French speaking exams Year 11. You can do it!

29/04/19

Please help one of a staff members raise some money. https://t.co/yNBF0NmUPD

24/04/19

🤞Good luck this week Y11 Spanish speakers - you can do it!🤞 https://t.co/wZOwthz5jk

14/04/19

The USA ski trip have touched down at London Heathrow.

12/04/19

Update from USA ski trip. Everyone has progressed significantly and are now pro skiers 😁 https://t.co/Fv5SNVEOeg

09/04/19

Update from USA ski trip. https://t.co/wVzLJ0nyvR

09/04/19

Update from USA ski trip

09/04/19

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

Teacher of Food & Nutrition opportunity in Banstead for September. The successful candidate will have a confident understanding of the curriculum and the ability to create new and exciting resources that challenge and inspire the students. https://t.co/NFhvoqfadI https://t.co/r8Oc2U8L2U

07/04/19

Just to let you know the USA ski trip have arrived safe and sound.

05/04/19

An amazing achievement to come joint 3rd in the whole of Surrey of which 64 schools entered. We wish Carshalton the best of luck in the final of the Surrey competition and National competition. For full detailed match report please go to our website. https://t.co/uu8GvGEOjP

Posted on: 05/03/2019

Year 7 and Macbeth

In response to an English homework based on Macbeth, Year 7 students demonstrated a creative ability that surpassed expectations.  Students were asked to produce a piece of work associated with Macbeth linked to one of their personal interests or hobbies.  Students clearly gave the task a lot of thought and a variety of items were brought in that reflected a range of different interests. 

Some students spent time baking cookies.  They came in a range of shapes, sizes and characters: Macbeth's crown (with icing), the three witches, Macbeth and Banquo - all were delicious! Shields, daggers and crowns were also created - many demonstrating great skill in terms of woodwork and design. In terms of creative writing, some beautiful poetry was written, stories that explored characters' motives and a translation of a key scene into modern day English.  Some students designed a programme for the play, with careful consideration of colour and form whilst others looked closely at costume design, incorporating elements from the Elizabethan era.

A truly fantastic effort from Year 7 students!

Mrs Sheehan - Assistant Headteacher

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