Another happy and successful August for students and staff at Beal High School. We are delighted that once again our Year 11 students have achieved outstanding results with their attainment and progress well above the national average in all measures. These are excellent outcomes achieved through a broad, balanced curriculum that responds to all pupil needs and success.

The future looks bright for students at Beal High School they have made outstanding progress. A quarter of students achieved grades 7-9 in English and Maths and with over 80% of students achieving a good pass in English and Maths. This means that our students have secured confident progression routes, including our SEND students, many of them into Beal Sixth Form.

At GCSE, students made outstanding progress with much to celebrate especially for students like Adil Ali, who achieved a clean sweep of ten 9s as well as an A in Additional Maths (AS equivalent). This is a remarkable achievement! Also Rabia Zia, Shaan Vieru and Bismi Rahman who each achieved 6 or more grade 9s as well as an AS level qualification in Maths.

Beal’s Co-Headteachers Phil Bray and Yvonne Andress are proud of the way that all staff and students, with the support from their families, have worked hard to achieve these fantastic results.

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‘The future looks bright for students at Beal High School they have made outstanding progress. A quarter of students achieved grades 7-9 in English and Maths, with over 80% of students achieving a good pass in English and Maths. This means that students have secured confident progression routes, including all of our SEND students, many of them into Beal Sixth Form.’

Yvonne Andress & Phil Bray

Co-Headteachers Beal High School