Entries by Aurezza Lyn

Year 8 Drama Club

Year 8 Drama Club premiered their ‘What Goes Up, But Never Comes Down?’ show recently. It was a beautiful piece of drama exploring different stages of life as we grow. It was a promenade performance which led the audience through different performance spaces around school. The audience found this very unusual and exciting. The characters […]

Samuel Ryder Schools’ Exhibition

We were asked to be involved for the Fifth year in a row in the annual Samuel Ryder Schools’ Art Exhibition. The exhibition was a huge success with a broad range of work from many different schools. This year we chose work from Year 13 students, Conor Quinn, Jess Hall, and Megan Hodges. Miss Finlay

Art visit to Tate Modern

Earlier this month, we were delighted to take a mixture of Art and Graphics students to the Tate Modern where they were able to practice their Photography skills and view original works of Art. Students enjoyed the new viewing platform and extended Galleries to enhance their coursework projects.

Science Week

To celebrate Science week in school, our GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students spent time making an ‘infomercial’ to help them and others understand key concepts in Food Science. Here they are on their digital video shoot, presenting to camera their explanations and demonstrations showing coagulation, dextrinisation, aeration and enzymic browning to name just a […]

Royal Academy returns to the Art Department

For the second year running, we were pleased to host the return of the Royal Academy who did a series of drawing workshops with both Year 12 and 13 students. This was a fantastic experience and opportunity for the students to complete a wide variety of drawings and enhance their Art portfolios. Miss May & […]

Science Successes

A group of Year 13 students were recently entered into the Biology Olympiad (hats off to the few that wanted to do it, as it was during mock week!), and we received two Silver medals, two Bronze and two Highly Commended medals. This is an international competition, so to do so well is a real […]

‘A’ level success

Headteacher, Elizabeth Hitch, congratulated delighted staff and students who are celebrating another year of record ‘A’ level results: ‘It’s so rewarding that so many students across all levels have reached or surpassed their aspirations’. Head of Sixth Form, Paul de Kort, reserved special praise for the Year 12 cohort who have successfully completed their first […]

Bolt tightening Ceremony

Students joined representatives from ASHE construction and the project delivery team in a bolt-tightening ceremony today. They took turns to tighten bolts which form part of the steel framework of the sports hall which began to take shape over Half Term. This stage of construction is due to be finished this month with the overall […]

Lance Louw Visit

South African international hockey player and 2012 Olympian Lance Louw visited Beaumont today. He joined the Year 7 and Year 9 girls hockey team practices and put them through their paces. Helped out by regular coaches, Mrs Hicks, Miss Mobbs and Miss Cleverley, Lance taught the girls training routines to improve their game. Headteacher, Mrs […]

Nick Gibb Letter 2016

For the second year in succession, Nick Gibb, Minister of State for Schools, has written to Beaumont to congratulate us on our ‘very high standard of achievement’ in our GCSE results.  The percentage of students achieving five or more A*- C grades, including English and Maths, places Beaumont in the top 100 non-selective state-funded schools […]