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Discovering
The Potential
In All

Welcome to
The Beaconsfield School.

We are committed to ensuring that our students have the best possible learning environment and are given opportunities to help discover their potential in a caring and supportive environment.

We aim to provide teaching that allows students to thrive and become confident, independent and informed citizens of the future.

Our values, coupled with our modern approach to learning, ensure that our students develop into ambitious learners who are striving for excellence and the highest levels of achievement across all areas of school life.  Our Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 curriculum is broad and provides students with a solid platform for post-16 learning, which offers a variety of academic and vocational pathways.

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  • Beaconsfield School
    Jan 10

    Mr Tidswell, Leader of Maths, has recently had a piece published in a national magazine about teaching Maths we thought you might want to read it. https://t.co/Vnczd9trtX

  • Beaconsfield School
    Jan 9

    This exciting and inspirational higher education fair is particularly targeted at Year 12s, who are beginning to make choices about their futures and any Year 13s who are still considering their options. @UKUniSearch https://t.co/XF1bzD8sbx

  • Beaconsfield School
    Jan 9

    We are keen to develop and foster such lifelong relationships with a new Alumni group. We are building an archive of records and artefacts, if you photo's or memorabilia that could be added to our archive we would love to hear from you. Contact alumni@beaconsfield.school #alumni https://t.co/i6nYNq03oz

  • Beaconsfield School
    Jan 9

    RT @natonlinesafety: READ ALL ABOUT IT! Can you spot a genuine article from a hoax? We're back with our first #WakeUpWednesday of the year...

  • Beaconsfield School
    Jan 8

    For any young person aged 15-18 interested in work experience programmes look at https://t.co/wkOVxpdl5Y for a variety of schedules in March and April, sign up by end January @InvestIN_Ed

  • Beaconsfield School
    Jan 3

    RT @StopBullyingGov: The new year's resolution that will help with every problem that arises: be kind no matter what. Not just to everyone...

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Jan 16

    Don't forget Year 10 parents evening tonight 4.30pm-7pm in the Main Hall.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Jan 15

    As you can see from the worthless campaign (image attached) there is strong evidence to show that schools have been very badly impacted on by funding changes. It is not just the main school budget that has seen a reduction in real terms but also SEN funding and capital build funding. There has also been a reduction in support services funding that directly support schools and individuals. Like many schools TBS has been impacted in a significant way with funding changes and although we are working to secure funding from different sources this is challenging. We have money as part of Section 106 to invest in the school, when the plans are ready we will communicate these with you. We are actively pursuing grants and writing bids to try and gain funding for projects. Anything you can do to help support our work, either by donating money , helping with the PTFA, coming into school to talk to students about careers or provide work experience would be most welcome.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Jan 15

    Dear Parents and Carers, Each year The Beaconsfield School PTFA organise and run multiple fundraising events. We are now a skeleton team of just a handful of people, who all have jobs and families, yet when we ask for volunteers for manning events we struggle to get 3 or 4 helpers. This is not sustainable, we need more help. Our aims are: 1 to raise much-needed funds 2 to strengthen the school community 3 to raise the profile of the school in the local community All parties should benefit: our children, the staff, the parent body and the neighbourhood. Annually the PTFA organise a Film Night, a Fun Run, a 3 day Art Fair, a Christmas Market, a Christmas Raffle, a Quiz Night, we man refreshment stalls at numerous school events, and arrange car parking for the Charter Fair. This year we trialled a Pamper Evening and propose a Y7/Y8 student disco - we have other new ideas that we can't currently host through lack of manpower and apparent parent apathy. We are appealing to you to please get involved: email us with offers of help, ideas and suggestions on ptfa@beaconsfield.school Next month's meeting is Monday 4th February 2019 in the school Hub at 4pm. This is a trial revised time and place to accommodate staff working hours and we hope you can join us. Many thanks The Beaconsfield School PTFA

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Jan 14

    We had a planned visit from the Police Dogs Drugs team this morning, as part of their programme to routine visits to schools. The police are supporting the national agenda to improve awareness in young people of the dangers in taking harmful and illegal substances, therefore it is very important these visits are unannounced. The Beaconsfield School is very pleased that the feedback from the police was positive and there were no illegal substances on site. Further information and advice is available from www.talktofrank.com and www.addaction.org.uk

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Jan 11

    We are looking for all historic Beaconsfield School Fun Run winners so that we can create a comprehensive list of times and names. If you know/were a previous winner please could you contact Mr P Maddock our Leader for PE on pmaddock@beaconsfield.school

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Jan 10

    Mr Tidswell, Leader of Maths, has recently had a piece published in a national magazine about teaching Maths we thought you might want to read it. https://www.teachwire.net/news/students-dont-need-real-world-problems-to-understand-maths-importance-and-relevance

Parents

Seeing the class teacher on the school gate and checking your child’s book bag for communications may not take place in secondary school but communication is none the less important. We welcome parents raising their concerns early so we can find solutions quickly before matters escalate.