YEAR 13 TEAM @ Beal Campus

Head of Year

Mr T Mooney

Deputy Head of Year

Ms D Pryce

SEN Deputy Head of Year

Ms S Tardetti




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Post 16 Transition 2021 - The Summer of Opportunity

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Post 16 Transition 2021 - The Summer of Opportunity

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Sixth Form Newsletter

Progression Talk

Progression Talk

Statement on the use of the

16-19 tuition fund

Sixth Form Absence

How to report an absence

Please email from the parent’s email address to for illness or other unforeseen absence on the day of absence, for medical appointments in advance of the absence. Absences must be authorised within five days of the absence.

Apprenticeships - A Parents Guide

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For information on apprenticeships, please download this document by clicking here


UCAS and student finance pesentation

The virtual event which took place on Thursday 26th November was recorded and you can access it from this link.

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Beal Sixth Form Students celebrate Oxbridge Offers!

Congratulations to our four year 13 students who last week received offers to study at Oxford and Cambridge university.

They are (from left to right):

Robert Arsene (Psychology – Cambridge); Vanessa Ilori (Psychology – Cambridge);
Perth Maharjan (History of Art – Oxford) and Imaan Khaliq (Medicine – Oxford).

They survived a very challenging admissions process by navigating admissions tests and online interviews to secure top places at two of the most competitive and prestigious universities in the world. We are very proud of them!

We are equally as proud of the 414 other year 13s across both sites who have applied to UCAS this year – our largest ever cohort. They have received 729 offers so far, with 181 of those from the most elite and prestigious Russell group Universities – and the offers will continue to come in until the May deadline.

Exceptional Academic Results for BSF

Ilford Recorder article – click here to view

Beal Sixth Form is delighted to report exceptional academic achievements by its students in their A levels and Vocational qualifications this summer across both campuses.

Ed MacLeod, the Vice Principal of BSF, said: “We are immensely proud of all the work and achievements of our students, especially after such a challenging year. Our teachers and support staff have worked tirelessly to ensure students are all able to progress onto further education. These outcomes are a credit to our students, their families and our whole school community.”