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For the third consecutive year, Beal Sixth Form has been rated in the top two of sixth forms in Redbridge for value added post-16. Co-located across Beal High School and The Forest Academy (part of the Beacon Academy Trust Family of schools) and the largest school sixth form in the country, the post-16 provision offers a very broad, balanced and ambitious curriculum, including 40 subjects across three pathways to success and thus meeting the needs of all learners in their community.    Beacon Academy Trust receives "Outstanding" recognition from Ofsted •    Ex Beal student Yolande Brown works the BBC proms this year! •

Kathryn Burns
Executive Principal

Phil Bray
Beal High School

Yvonne Andress
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.

The Redbridge Model UN

  • On Wednesday and Thursday 10 BHS students from Years 10-12 took part in The Redbridge Model UN.

    This was held at Seven Kings High School along with 7 other local schools.

    The conference was student-led and each student represented either a country or a member of the US cabinet in discussing solutions to climate change.

    Students were required to research their perspective beforehand on the issue and consequently debate with other countries at the conference. The conference ended with the president of the USA deposed and several other really good ideas on how to solve climate change. If only this was a reality !

    The students from BHS were: Radhika Patel (Year 12), Abdul Al-Shateri (Year 12), Nahidah Khan (Year 12), Shameela Fairooz (Year 10), Tyresa Pakeerathan (Year 10), Ettien Miller (Year 9), Sami Vieru (Year 9), Sumrah Ahmed (Year 9), Amber Joshi (Year 9) and Anjali Kareer (Year 9).

    Although this was their first experience of a Model UN, three students won awards:

    Abdul Al-Shateri – Best Delegate overall

    Radhika Patel – Distinguished Delegate

    Sumrah Ahmed – Honourable Mention for articulated responses (particularly impressive considering as a Year 9 student she was debating with far older students).

    All students were fantastic representatives of BHS. Please congratulate any that you may teach.

Beal High School



Success stories

13 students achieved straight A* grades
58 students achieved straight A grades or higher
7 students achieve straight Distinction*s
4 students got in to Oxbridge (two Oxford, two Cambridge)
7 students took up places at Medical school
28% heading for Russell Group universities

A Levels – 100% pass rate







ALPS value added outstanding and in top 10% of sixth forms nationally

Vocational – 99% pass rate


Distinction* – Distinction


Distinction* – Merit


Pass rate

ALPS value added good


Progress above the national average in all areas
Attainment 8: 53.86
% English & Maths 4+ : 81.6%
% English & Maths 7+ : 24%

7+ 24%


Attainment 8 score


% 4+ in English & Maths

909, 2020

Summer School 2020

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Welcome Year 7!

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BEAL HIGH SCHOOL - Ofsted Outstanding


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♦ Our current COVID19  risk assessment prevents us from offering extra-curricular activities at the moment but we will provide a comprehensive offer as usual when circumstances allow
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