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03/04/20

Please follow the link below for the latest newsletter. https://t.co/rVxSGDyEJG

01/04/20

Today The Beacon School students have spent time creating a banner to say thank you to NHS staff and Key Workers. The banner will be hung outside the school to show our support to those on the front line. 'The Beacon School says, "Thank you NHS Key Workers" https://t.co/S96pSrsWBX

31/03/20

Retweeted From Janine Harrison

Cake in a mug - one of many home activities to keep busy 🤓🍰 https://t.co/zd248rJJjo

30/03/20

Retweeted From ReigateBeat

Tops marks to for offering to help us with ID & education for any of their youngsters not adhering to guidance. Thank you

20/03/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

To all our Year 13 students at - we shall miss you. We’ll help you gain the grades that the final 2 months of study would’ve allowed you to achieve. We are here to support you as you think about your next steps.

20/03/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

To all our Year 11 students at - we shall miss you. We shall do all we can to help you gain the grades that the final 2 months push would’ve allowed you to achieve. Your learning isn’t wasted.

19/03/20

This will be our last day where the school site is open for the vast majority of students. From Friday morning the school site will be open only to children of key workers, our students with EHCPs and a small number of other students until Monday 20th April at the earliest.

18/03/20

School is open on Thursday and Friday for students in Year 11,12 & 13 plus children of key workers and EHCP students

18/03/20

The school will remain closed for all students in Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th March 2020

17/03/20

Thank you for making us all smile and well done on all your hard work

17/03/20

Despite difficult times, one thing remains constant and that is the absolute brilliance of our students who have shown resilience, respect, collegiality and most importantly fun over the past five days.

17/03/20

The school will remain closed for all students in year 7 & 8 on Wednesday 18 March.

16/03/20

The school will be closed for all students in year 7 and year 8 on Tuesday 17 March.

16/03/20

Spectator sports are still happening in Dorset! Our last night sees Jack and Tom win a highly competitive fuzz ball championship 🏆 https://t.co/lXNqTt6zAz

16/03/20

Partial closures are now highly likely. Please prepare. The current Government briefing will have major implications for our staffing availability. Please begin to make family plans for the partial closure of the school in the order I outlined in my letter home today.

16/03/20

Next Update:7:30am Tuesday but aiming to be fully open. Partial closures highly likely later in the week

16/03/20

We are fully open today but from tomorrow partial closure is now highly likely.

16/03/20

Our classroom this morning https://t.co/UFU555HIWW

16/03/20

The Beacon School is open as normal.

16/03/20

After a long day of fieldwork our Year 12s have joined forces with the other schools to play a mammoth game of hide and seek in the beautiful 19th Century https://t.co/JULelREy0i

Sports Fixtures

The Beacon School (Year 9) - vs - Overton Grange School
Football

Summary

Played Won Drawn Lost
1 1 0 0

Fixtures & Results

13/02/2020Year 9 - Football (Football Surrey Cup match)
Overton Grange School05The Beacon School
Overton Grange School0
The Beacon School5
Venue: Away - Stanley Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM2 6TQ

Year 9 football match report

On a wet Thursday 13th February the Year 9 football team played Overton Grange in the 4th Round of the Surrey Cup. The game started well as both teams tried to get used to the wet conditions. Despite this, both teams tried to still play a passing game which was nice to see. Overton started well and looked strong all over the park as they tried to put passes in behind the defence for their quick strikers to run onto. The back three marshalled this well to ensure Alfie had a quiet afternoon. Midway through the first half, The Beacon started to get on top and camp in Overton’s half, putting pressure on the Overton defence. Some excellent passing moves down the left flank through George and Freddie ended with Sonny striking from outside the box and deflecting into the far corner; 1-0 Beacon.

The message at half time was ‘whoever wants this more will win this.’ The second half began with Beacon motivated to secure this victory. After some excellent pressing play, George then chipped a delightful long pass over the defence for Freddie to run onto and finish clinically to make it 2-0 Beacon. Shortly after this Luis went through on goal, again from nice build up play to finish really well to make it 3-0. Beacon were firing on all cylinders as they went on search for more. A corner this time, came into the box for Jacob to smash home and make it 4-0. With a few minutes left on the clock, man of the match George showed again his class as he assisted Luis for his second of the game and Beacon’s fifth. Hard tackles from Harry, Alfie M, Sonny, Ollie and Jacob showed a real combative spirit and trickery from Luis, Taylor, George and Freddie meant Beacon we unstoppable. Beacon go marching on into the quarter finals

Final Score: Overton Grange 0-5 Beacon

MoM: George

Thank you to Beacon parents for their support and Overton Grange for hosting.

Mr T Gardner
Deputy Subject Leader of Physical Education

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  • 1st April 2020 Today The Beacon School students have spent time creating a banner to say thank you to NHS staff and Key Workers. The banner will be hung outside the school to show our support to those on the front line. 'The Beacon School says, "Thank you NHS Key Workers" Read more
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  • 30th March 2020 Tops marks to for offering to help us with ID & education for any of their youngsters not adhering to guidance. Thank you
  • 20th March 2020 To all our Year 13 students at - we shall miss you. We’ll help you gain the grades that the final 2 months of study would’ve allowed you to achieve. We are here to support you as you think about your next steps.