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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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    Feb 13

    RT @natonlinesafety: This #WakeUpWednesday we're talking about 'Catfishing'; fake social profiles that go above and beyond to catch their v...

  • Beaconsfield School
    Feb 11

    Giving something back to the community is very important. We recently asked students what volunteering they did outside of school: Scouts, Police cadets, Air cadets, Beavers, netball, football, gym, tennis coaching, Animal Rescue Centre Library, Charity Shop, Drama group.

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    Feb 8

    Are you looking for an apprenticeship or traineeship; some freelance, part or full time work; or some work experience in a new field? These events will help you make your next big decision. #apprenticeships #work #nextsteps https://t.co/2O9hKjieet

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    Feb 7

    "The CP allows me to apply my learning to real-life scenarios" https://t.co/QBEvG5U1mF

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    Feb 6

    RT @natonlinesafety: Trusted adults! Use our '7 conversation starters' guide to help encourage honest and healthy discussions about the onl...

  • Beaconsfield School
    Feb 6

    RT @natonlinesafety: Do you know the difference between BBFC and PEGI ratings? This #WakeUpWednesday we're guiding parents through the comp...

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Feb 13

    For any budding songwriters out there please see www.songacademy.co.uk for the Young Songwriter Competition 2019.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Feb 13

    We would be most grateful if those parents who drive to collect students from school would wait for their children some way from the school gates, for example at the garden centre. If it is vital to park close to the school site [either in Wattleton Road or the Spinney] please ensure you comply with the Highway Code and avoid parking on the pavements. It is important that we are considerate of our neighbours and the local community and it can be frustrating for them and dangerous for our young people when pedestrian access is limited. The Community Police will be monitoring the situation and may issue parking warnings for cars parked in-appropriately. Thank-you for your understanding.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Feb 13

    The National Online Safety have published this guide with some top tips for parents.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Feb 11

    The Beaconsfield School has an OFSTED Inspection on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th February 2019.

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Feb 11

    Well done to the following students who have been nominated for the P.E. Roll of Honour

  • The Beaconsfield School
    Feb 11

    Giving something back to the community is very important. It helps individuals develop skills that will be useful to them in life and also helps others. We recently asked students what volunteering they did outside of school. We were really pleased with the response but we think there must be more going on. Please encourage your son/daughter to let their teacher know what they are doing that helps others. Examples of current volunteering: Scouts, Police cadets, Air cadets, Beavers Netball, football, gym and tennis coaching Girls Active Leaders Teaching Helps in home for the elderly Animal Rescue Centre Library Charity Shop Drama group with Downs Syndrome

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.