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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
    Oct 19

    Three of our students went to The One Can Trust today to help pack and sort all the items donated for the food bank collection. The Since 2011, One Can Trust has operated a foodbank based in High Wycombe, serving the town and South Buckinghamshire. @One_Can_Trust https://t.co/eAbvjYomjk

  • Beaconsfield School
    Oct 18

    On Tuesday 6th October we had an aerial shot of students to reinforce the whole school drive on kindness and to help launch of our anti-bullying campaign. One act of kindness can make all the difference. #antibullying https://t.co/TBNceoimbn https://t.co/1oO6MRD1OF

  • Beaconsfield School
    Oct 18

    This week our Year 11's have had coaching interviews with a member of the Jordan's and District Rotary Club. This is an annual event and is always very successful. We would like to thank the Jordan's and District Rotary Club for giving up their valuable time to assist. @Rotary

  • Beaconsfield School
    Oct 17

    On Friday 12th October over 130 Year 11s attended the Bucks Skills Show in Aylesbury. This was a fantastic event with over 100 exhibitors promoting careers from Life Sciences to Construction, Space Industries to Public Services. @BucksSkillsShow

  • Beaconsfield School
    Oct 16

    Do you have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills? Our Support Team are looking for a friendly, hard-working colleague to join their busy team as an Adminstration Assistant. This post will be 2 days a week and term time only. https://t.co/eDgnhd0m1C...

  • Beaconsfield School
    Oct 12

    We would like to thank all parents/carers who have sponsored and supported The Beaconsfield Students on the Homeless Sleepout Event on Friday 28th September, raising a huge £4196.10 for The Wycombe Homeless Connection. @WycombeHomeless

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Oct 19

    On 12th October the Year 13 Biologists went on a trip to the Natural History Museum in Oxford. The main reason of the trip was to perform a practical experiment in the lab joined onto the museum. This gave them the chance to see and take part in some of the practical work of the one of the topics studied in A-level Biology – sequencing genes.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Oct 19

    Three of our students went to The One Can Trust today to help pack and sort all the items donated by parents/students for the food bank collection. The Since 2011, One Can Trust has operated a foodbank based in High Wycombe, serving the town and South Buckinghamshire. Growing quickly to address a growing crisis of food poverty they collect over £200,000 worth of food every year from all over the community. From their store, they are able to pack and send out approximately 400 parcels a month.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Oct 19

    Nine of our Year 11 students went to The Copper Box Arena in London Olympic Park on 14th October to watch the British Basketball Allstar Championships. The trip was one of the rewards as part of the raising boy achievement group where pupils had to meet certain targets to be able to go on the trip. The event consisted of the 8 best teams from the UK in a tournament format with different rules such as shorter timings, a 5 point line and no free throws. The competition went on from 12pm-6pm with Surrey Scorchers being crowned championships which was the team most of the boys were cheering for in the final game. The boys really enjoyed the trip and there was lots of smiles and laughter throughout the day.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Oct 18

    On Tuesday 6th October we had an aerial shot of students to reinforce the whole school drive on kindness and to help launch of our anti-bullying campaign. One act of kindness can make all the difference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFTBBKIX760 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtG22ak02Wo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYw_7HZeWK4

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Oct 18

    This week our Year 11's have been having a coaching interview with a member of the Jordan's and District Rotary Club. This is an annual event and is always very successful. All students were asked to prepare a CV and cover letter as if they were applying for a real job. They then have an interview with a local business person who provides feedback on the quality of the CV and letter as well as how to improve their interview technique. These are important life skills that will be required when applying for colleges, university and work in future years. We would like to thank the Jordan's and District Rotary Club for giving up their valuable time to assist with this.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Oct 17

    On Friday 12th October over 130 Year 11s attended the Bucks Skills Show in Aylesbury. This was a fantastic event with over 100 exhibitors promoting careers from Life Sciences to Construction, Space industries to Public Services. Local colleges and several universities were also present showcasing both their post 16 and post 18 options. This was an invaluable opportunity for students to talk to experts in industry and to find out more about specific careers. Many of these companies also offer work experience and Year 11's are encouraged to source their own work experience placements for the summer term once they have completed their GCSE exams. This will give them not only experience of the work place, but also additional information to include on CVs and cover letters when applying for future positions. If students need help looking for placements they need to speak to Mrs Collingridge, the School Careers Coordinator. Bucks Skills Show

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.