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Discovering
The Potential
In All

Welcome to
The Beaconsfield School.

START OF THE SCHOOL ACADEMIC YEAR 2019 - 2020

The arrangements for the start of term are as follows:

Monday 2nd September                  INSET Day

Tuesday 3rd September                   INSET Day

Wednesday 4th September             Year 7 PACCAR Activity Day 9.30 – 15.30pm.

                All other students only in school if invited for a 1:1 meeting

Thursday 5th September                   All students in school

Friday 6th September                        All students in school

 

We are committed to ensuring that our students have the best possible learning environment and are given opportunities to help discover their potential in a caring and supportive environment.

We aim to provide teaching that allows students to thrive and become confident, independent and informed citizens of the future.

Our values, coupled with our modern approach to learning, ensure that our students develop into ambitious learners who are striving for excellence and the highest levels of achievement across all areas of school life.  Our Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 curriculum is broad and provides students with a solid platform for post-16 learning, which offers a variety of academic and vocational pathways.

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    Aug 15

    Congratulations to all our students who worked so hard for their A Level and Level 3 BTEC results. I am very pleased to see that over 60% of our students have secured places in their 1st or 2nd preference universities or apprenticeship positions. #alevelresults2019

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    Jul 18

    RT @BucksSkillsHub: Today was the final #workplacevisit of @BeaconsfieldSch new Y9 #careers programme. We played careers bingo behind the s...

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    Jul 17

    RT @natonlinesafety: Summer is here!☀ This #WakeUpWednesday we're providing parents and carers with a handy guide to help control what the...

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    Jul 12

    Congratulations to Rowling who have regained the Rockstar crown! @TTRockStars https://t.co/uaHPukTmdg

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    Jul 11

    What a fantastic effort by all our students, donating food and toiletries for the One Can Trust. Two of our students took all the goods to the warehouse today, ready to be stored and packed to send out. @OneCanTrust https://t.co/kFuuEKDK57

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    Jul 11

    RT @BucksSkillsHub: Unbelievable opportunity for Year 9s @BeaconsfieldSch to find out about careers in film & TV thanks to @PinewoodStudios...

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    Aug 20

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-wales-49339416/btec-results-vocational-qualifications-not-an-easy-option

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Aug 15

    A level and Level 3 BTEC results. Congratulations to all our students who have worked so hard for their results today. They are the culmination of two years of study showing determination to succeed. I would like to thank the students for all their hard work and the parents and carers who have supported them on the Sixth Form journey. I am very pleased to see that over 60% of our students have secured places in their first or second preference universities or apprenticeship positions in the local area/London. They are moving onto a wide variety of courses such as Anthropology, Forensic Science, Mathematics, Biology, Business, English Literature and Law. Students also secured apprenticeships in accountancy and positions across a variety of industries including the public service within the Police service and the Army. I wish all the students who are moving from us all the best for the future and hope that you keep in touch with the school. Students on our vocational courses did particularly well this year; 64% of the grades at Distinction* or Distinction 91% of the grades at Distinction* / Merit 100% of the grades at Distinction* / Pass As we look towards the new International Baccalaureate courses starting this year in the Sixth Form this is a very encourage set of results that will enable our new Sixth Formers to move forward with even greater confidence of a successful time at The Beaconsfield School. Mr J Fletcher Headteacher

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    Aug 12

    Thursday 15th August - GCE Results Day 9.00 am - Year 13 students may collect their results from the LIBRARY Any results not collected by 1.00 pm will be posted to the student's home address. 10.00 am - Year 12 students may collect their results from the LIBRARY Any results not collected will be distributed in September. Thursday 15th August 9:00 am to 1.00 pm There will be a results clinic in school when staff will be on hand to discuss results and provide guidance.

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    Jul 31

    New ties (non clip on) will be sold 28-30 August between 10-2pm from the Finance office. Only long clip on ties and short Bussell clip on ties are available at the moment.

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    Jul 18

    On Wednesday 17th July 17 Year 9 students had the opportunity to visit Heathrow Terminal 5 and speak to staff about the variety of careers on offer at the airport. Heathrow staff did a fantastic job of making the experience as interactive as possible. The students played "staff bingo" as they walked through the terminal, ticking off different careers as they went as well as riding the travel pods and speaking to staff from the engineering department that run the travel pods. Students were surprised by the vast array of careers on offer from medical and veterinary teams to look after the health and wellbeing of staff and passengers (that includes the furry, scaly & feathery passengers), to security, retail, hospitality and of course check in and flight crews. Students were very positive about their experience and I hope this visit has encouraged them to start thinking about their own future career pathway.

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    Jul 17

    On the 10th July, 10 year 7 students visited the Rosemount branch of Emerson Ltd as part of a STEM inspiration day. The students enjoyed learning about automation sensors and the many different applications of them in industry. The students were treated to a tour of the organisation which included 'bat sensors' and devices using magnetism. 3 of the girls demonstrated excellent engineering in creating the tallest tower using straws and lollipop sticks. They managed to beat off competition from other schools and created a tower measuring at 139cm. The students also enjoyed making their own automated robots as well as finding out about how the science learnt in school fits into the wider world and STEM industries. The year 7 students were complimented on their determination, knowledge, competitive spirit and engagement during this invaluable trip.

Parents

Seeing the class teacher on the school gate and checking your child’s book bag for communications may not take place in secondary school but communication is none the less important. We welcome parents raising their concerns early so we can find solutions quickly before matters escalate.