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17may3:30 PM6:30 PMFeaturedYear 8 Parents Evening - School will finish early for all students at 3.00pm. There will be no homework club.

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.    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.

‘Brown Girl Like Me’

  • We had the privilege of meeting Jaspreet Kaur, a former Beal student, who inspired us to embrace being a young Asian girl in British society. During her visit, Channel 4 News came to interview us where Jaspreet spoke about, and read some poems from her new book ‘Brown Girl Like Me’. We discussed the stereotypes of being a brown British girl, and how we could put an end to these assumptions, coming together as a community. We felt empowered by Jaspreet and inspired to embrace our ethnic backgrounds.

    By Maya Devsi and Manreet Kaur Jheeta

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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