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🤞Good luck this week Y11 Spanish speakers - you can do it!🤞


The USA ski trip have touched down at London Heathrow.


Update from USA ski trip. Everyone has progressed significantly and are now pro skiers 😁


Update from USA ski trip.


Update from USA ski trip


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.


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


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.


The year 8 football team played their semi final of the County Cup against Carshalton Boys at Sutton FC. The game was a fantastic spectacle as both teams played superb football. Unfortunately Beacon lost the game 1-0 in the last few moments of the game.


Retweeted From Fiona Thorne

A huge thank you to the wonderful staff and students for holding their Sixth Form Rag Week in aid of and raising the fantastic amount of £513.10! We appreciate your support so much and wish you all a very Happy Easter!


Have a good break.


Anyone up for a challenge?


Our year 10 students at the University of Surrey at their graduation ceremony. These students completed a 6 month Outreach program and presented their work at this final session. Congratulations.👏👏👏


Careers fair in full swing. With special guest.


Careers fair today.


Congratulations Charlie. 👏👏




Retweeted From Oxford Science

The shortlist for the School Biology Teacher of the Year Award has been announced We're very proud to sponsor this award which celebrates the nation's most inspiring biology teachers

Assessment and Reporting

We want every student to enjoy their learning in all areas of school life and acquire the knowledge and skills that they need to achieve strong qualifications. 

To let students, and their parents, know how they are doing at school, we assess learning regularly and offer feedback through lessons, homework and our reporting process.   We know that transparent and regular reporting helps improve the discussions around individual progress and achievement, as well as motivate and inspire young people to aim high and succeed. 

All students have target grades for their Key Stage and termly working grades.  The aim is for students to work towards meeting - and exceeding - their targets through high levels of commitment, effort and homework.  We report to parents regularly about this.

The culture we have developed here is one of a growth mindset, where there are no upper limits to what can be enjoyed and achieved.  Whilst we recognise that learning is not always linear, with some peaks and dips at times, we want to be able to talk about progress in honest and constructive ways.  We aim to do this regularly with students, parents and teachers; it makes our work together so much more effective.

Year 7 - Parent Forum Assessment