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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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    Nov 19

    Our Year 10's enjoyed The World Skills Show at the NEC, Birmingham on Friday, the UK's largest experiential skills, training and careers event. It's where thousands of young people find out what skills are needed for different career pathways. #WorldSkillsUKLIVE https://t.co/KSOWESXfrB

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    Nov 16

    Some of our Year 7's made and sold cakes and cookies at break time #ChildrenInNeed #childreninneed2018 https://t.co/Umk5islduJ

  • Beaconsfield School
    Nov 15

    Fantastic Christmas Tree decorations made by our Year 7 Textile club on sale at The Christmas Market this Saturday 17th November 11-3pm. #ChristmasMarket https://t.co/XciNGazPLp

  • Beaconsfield School
    Nov 14

    RT @natonlinesafety: Happy #WakeUpWednesday! Bullying is not okay, online or offline. For #AntiBullyingWeek we've created this poster for c...

  • Beaconsfield School
    Nov 14

    RT @NaomiRichesMBE: This years project with year 9 & 10 students at #TheBeaconsfieldSchool has started... and I enjoyed kicking the project...

  • Beaconsfield School
    Nov 14

    Do you have some time to spare to help keep Beaconsfield beautiful? The Beaconsfield next Litter Pick is coming up on Saturday 24th November from 10am-1pm. Come along to the Town Hall Green any time between 10am-1pm and we'll assign you a patch to cover. @LocalPlanWatch https://t.co/nhFSaARtXf

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Nov 19

    Our Year 10's enjoyed The World Skills Show at the NEC, Birmingham on Friday, the UK's largest experiential skills, training and careers event. It's where thousands of young people find out what skills are needed for different career pathways.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Nov 16

    Some of our Year 7's made and sold cakes and cookies at break time today for BBC Children in Need raising £70. Well done.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Nov 15

    Fantastic Christmas Tree decorations made by our Year 7 Textile club on sale at The Christmas Market this Saturday 17th November 11-3pm.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Nov 14

    Bullying is not okay, online or offline. For #AntiBullyingWeek National Online Safety have created this poster for children and young people to highlight everything they need to know about online bullying.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Nov 14

    If you're 15-17, join the country's fastest-growing youth movement today and prove what you're capable of achieving. NCS is a four-phase programme specifically designed to provide you with all sorts of new experiences. Whether you're a daredevil or creative genius, talkative or more reserved, you'll be surprised by how much you're actually capable of, coming away with a host of new skills and bags of confidence. If you want to boost your UCAS statement or CV, meet incredible people, get your voice heard and have a lot of fun while you're at it, then NCS is for you. For more information www.ncsyes.co.uk

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Nov 14

    Book your slot for our Festive Photo-Booth https://doodle.com/poll/bez2h4dp8w5q5bb7 Do it with friends or family, create a gift or card or a keepsake...taken by our very own Photographer... Mr Williams!

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.