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This year students at Beal Sixth Form achieved some well-deserved outstanding results allowing them to progress to post 16 Education. 100% of students secured their progression, with 41% of grades in Maths and 32% in English being at a 7 or above and 87% of Students achieved a good pass grade in Science.    Beacon Academy Trust receives "Outstanding" recognition from Ofsted •    Ex Beal student Yolande Brown works the BBC proms this year! •

Kathryn Burns
Executive Principal
CEO BMAT

Phil Bray
Co-headteacher
Beal High School

Yvonne Andress
Co-headteacher
Beal High School

Welcome to Beal High School

Beal High School is outstanding. It is a diverse, vibrant community with a strong sense of mutual respect and a high expectations inclusive culture. Our students experience a rich, varied curriculum which unlocks their potential, ensuring outstanding outcomes and confident progression for all.

We want our students to be:

• Successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve their full potential.

• Confident individuals who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

• Responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

We are proud to be leading Beal High School working alongside colleagues, parents and carers to ensure that our students benefit from a breadth of curriculum opportunities to learn and thrive as members of both our campus and local communities. We engender a positive learning environment where young people can aspire, be challenged and excel in an atmosphere of safety and purpose.

Summer School 2021

  • Year 6, 7 and 8 students were given the opportunity to come to Beal High School at the start of the summer holidays to participate in fun activities with their friends, under the care of trusted staff and in the safety of our school.

    Each year group spent three days in school and participated in 3 activities per day. They had plenty of opportunities to mix with known and new peers, establishing positive friendships. Each day, food and drinks were provided to the students via ‘grab bags’.

    Despite the temperamental weather, the students had a great time and participated in a range of exciting activities which were led by enthusiastic and talented staff.

    • Art Attack – Art
    • Spaghetti Towers – Design and Technology
    • How does your story begin? – Drama
    • Obstacle course – Physical Education
    • Dodge Ball – Physical Education
    • Balanced Burgers – Food Technology
    • Rocket Science – Physics
    • The anaerobic plank – Biology
    • Gravity – Physics

    Thank you to all the students who attended!

    Ms Chantaduc

Beal High School

SUMMER OF SUCCESS 2021

KS5 2020/21

Overall across all qualifications

Average Point Score Per Entry: 36.94
Average Point Score Per Pupil: 110.33

A Levels – 100% pass rate
61 students achieved straight A*/A grades

A*

10%

A*-A

30%

A*-B

57%

Progress: A level Value Added: ALPS 1 (outstanding progress and in top 5% of sixth forms nationwide)

Vocational Value Added: ALPS 3 (excellent progress and in top 25% of sixth forms nationwide)



KS5 2020/21

99%

Double BTECs:
Distinction* in vocational studies: 14%
Distinction*-Distinction: 54%
Distinction*-Merit: 86%
Pass rate: 99%

100%

Single BTECs:
Distinction* in vocational studies: 49%
Distinction*-Distinction: 72%
Distinction*-Merit: 90%
Pass rate: 100%

100%

Destinations:
Progression: 100%
Six students at Medical School
27% take up places at elite Russell Group universities
Eight students secure places on prestigious apprenticeships in digital/creative/finance industries

GCSE English re-sit pass rate: -1.0 (6 students)
GCSE Maths re-sit pass rate: -1.0 (12 students)
Retention yr 11 to yr 12: 86%
Retention yr 12 to yr 13: 96%



KS5 2019/20

Overall across all qualifications

Average Point Score Per Entry: 33.84
Average Point Score Per Pupil: 100.95

A Levels – 100% pass rate
45 students achieved straight A*/A grades

A*

9%

A*-A

18%

A*-B

42%

Progress: A level Value Added: ALPS 3 (excellent progress and in top 25% of sixth forms nationwide).
Vocational Value Added: ALPS 5 (meeting national expectations for progress)

 

KS5 2019/20

95%

Double BTECs:
Distinction* in vocational studies: 21%
Distinction*-Distinction: 48%
Distinction*-Merit: 85%
Pass rate: 95%

100%

Single BTECs:
Distinction* in vocational studies: 24%
Distinction*-Distinction: 70%
Distinction*-Merit: 94%
Pass rate: 100%

100%

Destinations:
Progression: 100%
4 students to Oxford & Cambridge
9 Medical School students
29% take up places at elite Russell Group universities
11 students secure places on apprenticeships

GCSE English re-sit pass rate: -1.0 (6 students)
GCSE Maths re-sit pass rate: – 1.0 (6 students)
Retention yr 11 to yr 12: 84%
Retention yr 12 to yr 13: 90%

 

KS5 2018/19

Overall across all qualifications

Average Point Score Per Entry: 32.98
Average Point Score Per Pupil: 91.54

A Levels – 98% pass rate
33 students achieved straight A*/A grades

A*

3%

A*-A

17%

A*-B

38%

Progress: A level and Vocational Value Added ALPS 5 (meeting national expectations for progress)

KS5 2018/19

95%

Double BTECs:
Distinction* in vocational studies: 10%
Distinction*-Distinction: 67%
Distinction*-Merit: 100%
Pass rate: 100%

100%

Single BTECs:
Distinction* in vocational studies: 2%
Distinction*-Distinction: 27%
Distinction*-Merit: 80%
Pass rate: 99%

100%

Destinations:
Progression: 100%
5 students at Medical School
25% take up places at elite Russell Group universities
6 students secure places on apprenticeships

GCSE English re-sit pass rate: +5.19 (35 students)
GCSE Maths re-sit pass rate: 0.00 (4 students)
Retention yr 11 to yr 12: 81%
Retention yr 12 to yr 13: 82%

 

KS4 2020/21

Attainment 8 score 56.82

Key Stage 4 ALPS rating of 2 – top 10% of schools
85% of students achieved 5 or more 4+ qualification
86% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths
68% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths
26% of students achieved a 7+ in English and Maths
94% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in 2 Sciences
92% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in a Language
82% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in a Humanity
39% of students were entered for the EBacc
33% of students achieved the EBacc 4+
24% of students achieved the EBacc 5+

100%

Progression for every student

100%

Students achieving a meaningful qualification

96%

Attendance across the whole school

KS4 2019/20

Attainment 8 score 56.46

Key Stage 4 ALPS rating of 2 – top 10% of schools
83% of students achieved 5 or more 4+ qualification
87% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths
71% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths
24% of students achieved a 7+ in English and Maths
87% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in 2 Sciences
92% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in a Language
84% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in a Humanity
33% of students were entered for the EBacc
31% of students achieved the EBacc 4+
23% of students achieved the EBacc 5+

100%

Progression for every student

100%

Students achieving a meaningful qualification

95%

Attendance across the whole school

KS4 2018/19

Attainment 8 score 53.86

Progress 8 score 0.44
Key Stage 4 ALPS rating of 3 – top 10% of schools
77% of students achieved 5 or more 4+ qualification
82% of students achieved a 4+ in English and Maths
65% of students achieved a 5+ in English and Maths
24% of students achieved a 7+ in English and Maths
82% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in 2 Sciences
69% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in a Language
80% of students entered, achieved at least a 4+ qualification in a Humanity
45% of students were entered for the EBacc
31% of students achieved the EBacc 4+
21% of students achieved the EBacc 5+

100%

Progression for every student

100%

Students achieving a meaningful qualification

95%

Attendance across the whole school

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