On Wednesday 31st January a group of Year 8 students took place in the Redbridge Dance Festival. They competed against other schools in the Redbridge area and did an amazing job representing Beal High School.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is a field of wide variety and it opens pathways to many careers in the future. However, statistics portray a very low number of female students involved in STEM.
In December, three Undergraduate students from UCL came in to deliver a ‘Spectroscopy in a Suitcase’ workshop to a group of A-Level Chemistry students. This workshop was funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
We are delighted to announce that Beal High School is opening a brand new Fitness Suite. In our on-going effort to improve the health and wellbeing of our students and staff, we hope the Fitness Suite will provide excellent opportunities for individuals to exercise during curriculum and free time.
On Friday the 16th of June, the following ACE students in Years 8 and 9 went to the University of East London, where they took part in a series of challenging activities to get them to think about studying STEM subjects at University.
Congratulations to the following students on their outstanding achievement of securing a conditional offer to study Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Sciences. These courses are the most competitive in the country with only 9% of applicants receiving offers.
Some of our wonderful student directors thinking of others first and acting to benefit the local community by serving tea and supporting old age pensioners with their Bingo numbers at the Lions Club International social event.
The REAL Zone has become a very buzzing place in recent months, full of very committed and eager year 11 students who want to improve their grades. The REAL Zone Science booster sessions are open for all students who require and want extra support in preparation for their Science GCSEs.
On Tuesday 21st February twelve students visited the Lee Valley Velodrome Park, which hosted all the track cycling in the London 2012 Olympics. This trip was awarded to our school as a result of our commitment to the Cycle to School Challenge.
Beal High School is celebrating, this week, along with eight Sixth Form students who have been offered places to study at Oxford and Cambridge next year—the school’s largest ever number of successful applicants.
Ilyas Hussain in Year 10 of Beal High School recently represented Great Britain in the Taekwondo World Championships, held in Vancouver. He is a potential Olympian of the future and Beal is proud to support him.
On Friday 11 November, 81 filled and decorated shoeboxes were delivered to Victoria House in Buckhurst Hill, the home of Samaritan’s Purse to fill their shoeboxes for children in countries within Europe, Africa, and Asia, who are less fortunate.
Since 2010 our Head Boy and Head Girl have represented Beal High School in laying a wreath and paying tribute to those soldiers and former students of Beal School who gave their lives in war. This year Tamer Ahamed and Suad Tahir were in attendance at the ceremony.
I am so thrilled that Beacon Academy has become one of only four schools in the whole country to win a Speaker’s School Council Award, but it is no surprise that such a super school should receive national recognition like this...
Following on from last week’s exceptional and best ever A Level results, we are delighted and immensely proud to announce that we have replicated these outstanding outcomes with our best ever GCSE results to date despite the significant decline nationally.