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Beal High School students have been voting to decide what important issues they would like the UK Youth Parliament to debate and then campaign on for the year ahead. Our students have spoken, with over 1, 175 students voting. The top 3 issues which matter most to Beal students are: •Work Experience hubs for 11-18 year olds •Transport - make transport cheaper, better & accessible for all •Protect schools budgets from damaging cuts so each young person has an equal chance to succeed.     • Students spend their summer holiday packing rucksacks for Grenfell; over £1500 raised for Grenfell Tower; over 300 rucksacks packed with pencil cases and books •    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.

Tyresa Pakeerathan wins 3rd Place in the Jack Petchey Speak-Out Regional Finals!

  • Held in Seven Kings High School at 6:30pm on Thursday 21st March 2019, a year 10 student, Tyresa Pakeerathan 10BA, took part in the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge on behalf of Beal High School.

    In front of a hundred people, presenting along with twenty other students from Redbridge schools, standing on that stage speaking for three minutes without a written speech was no easy task! However, family, friends and teachers cheered her on, and Tyresa stood confidently on stage giving an oration on ‘Living with Fear’, and how it, ‘has no place in our hearts.’ Considering the upcoming mocks and increasing pressure of GCSEs for year 10 students, this brave girl helped her peers understand that there’s nothing to be afraid of, and how our fears limit us and ban us from achieving our goals and getting where we want to go. And coming at a brilliant third place, Tyresa really did Beal High School proud!

    “Like every other person that would’ve been up there, I was very nervous,” Tyresa had said the day after the event. “The atmosphere itself was really nerve-racking! But, despite all this, I thought it was an absolutely amazing opportunity regarding that I am a person who is an introvert and isn’t very confident. My form tutor, Mrs Bhamji, really pushed me forward into doing this and I really appreciate that she’s done that because only 4% of 19,000 people who get elected to represent their school were also regional finalists. I think I wouldn’t have found my voice if it wasn’t for Mrs Bhamji, who brought up the idea, and if it wasn’t for my mother, who pushed me forwards, and my friends, who supported me. Friends, family and teachers really make a difference in your life, therefore, I think that you guys should really look forward to this opportunity and try it. I really look forward to seeing a grand finalist in the future of Beal.”

    Like so many others at our school, Tyresa Pakeerathan is an inspiration that we should all look up to and strive to be like, which includes taking part in competitions on behalf of our school and standing up for what you believe in.

    Reported by Ayisha Abou–el–Seoud 10PR

Beal High School

SUMMER OF SUCCESS 2018

KS5

ALPS 3 RED Excellent Progress
6 MDV and Oxbridge Success
30% Head to Russell Group Universities

A* – B 50.1%

A*-B

50.1%

A*-C

73.9%

A*-E

99%

KS4

Progress above the national average in all areas
Attainment 8:53.61
% English & Maths 4+ : 79.4%
5 students achieved a clean sweep of 9’s in 7 or more reformed GCSEs
61 of our students achieved 7 – 9 (A/A*) in 7 or more reformed GCSEs

27% 7 – 9

53.61

Attainment 8 score

79.4%

% 4+ in English & Maths

Beal’s Head Boy on LBC

2305, 2019

Year 9 Art Exhibition

An art exhibition was set up on Wednesday 22nd May, in Fullwell Cross Library Barkingside....……

may, 2019

07may3:30 PM6:30 PMFeaturedYear 8 Parents' Evening - lower school

27may(may 27)8:30 AM31(may 31)6:30 PMFeaturedMay Half Term Holiday

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