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Year 12 Photographers’ Gallery Trip

We had the pleasure of taking our Year 12 Photographers to the Photographers’ Gallery in London and then onto the London Art Fair. Students had a really insightful time looking around the Photographers’ Gallery and then took part in a Camera Obscura workshop which enabled them to view London from one of the country’s only […]

Beaumont School wins award for exceptional 2016 results!

Beaumont School has been nationally recognised for its exceptional 2016 performance by the Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT). Educational Outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in the top 10% of non-selective schools nationally for attainment and the top 20% for progress. The school’s SSAT Eucational Outcomes awards will be […]

Beaumont hits the USA

Once again our USA History trip was designed to stimulate learning and curiosity, with each new experience a chance for students to learn more about their subject and America. We were fortunate with the weather this year; on average 25 degrees in Washington and a little less in New York. This year we visited the […]

2017 Rob’s Festival

The 2017 Rob’s Festival is being held on Saturday 24 June 2017 and the Rob’s team made up from Sixth Formers, members of staff and the BSA are busy planning all the activities. This event is very exciting to be involved with and we are keen to hear from any parents who would like to […]

Focus on Fieldwork

At Beaumont, the Geography Department takes field work very seriously and offers every year group the opportunity to take part. As the famous traveller, Geographer and Monty Python star Michael Palin said: ‘Schools should place a renewed focus on traditional geography field trips to stop pupils being trapped behind computer screens in the classroom’ and […]

World Book Day

We celebrated World Book Day (Thursday 2 March) in style with a visit from writer Sarah Crossan. We were delighted to welcome Sarah back to Beaumont. Since visiting us a year ago, Sarah has won the prestigious CILIP Carnegie Medal for her verse-novel One and has co-written We Come Apart, also in verse. Sarah is […]

Maths Challenge Success

Intermediate Maths Challenge (Year 9–11) Students at Beaumont School achieved 7 golds, 25 silvers and 12 bronzes in this year’s UKMT Intermediate Maths Challenge. Well done to all involved. Congratulations to the following students who qualified for the follow-on Olympiad and Kangaroo papers: Zak Smith, Jamie Biswas, Isobel Todd (Year 11), Rujun Feng, Theo Mitrache […]

National Science Week – Monday 13 – Friday 17 March

Students have taken part in various activities during National Science Week. Year 7 have completed an Engineering Challenge including egg parachutes and boat building, Year 10 students have participated in the International Biology Challenge, Year 7 and 8 saw a robotics demonstration and all year groups had the opportunity to do an eye ball dissection. […]

Duke of Edinburgh

On Saturday 4 March, Beaumont DofE held our annual Expedition Training Day. 63 Bronze, 46 Silver and 12 Gold students learnt first aid, navigation, campcraft and team building skills in preparation for this summer’s expeditions. Highlights include making cheesy pasta in a trangia, learning how to pack a rucksack and put up a tent, and […]

Year 8 History, CED Tuesday 7 March

Year 8 History students were involved in a variety of activities designed to enhance their knowledge and understanding of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Firstly, Emily, Karene and Maisie from the Trestle Arts base performed a shortened version of the musical ‘Yarico’ based on the story of a slave called Yarico and the relationship that she […]