Congratulations to our under 13 Boys’ Football team, who last week progressed to the National Cup semi finals after a 4- 1 win vs George Abbot School. Goals from Tom Flower, Ed Purple, Freddie Yeo and Owen Weaver capped a brilliant team performance. The competition originally had 691 teams entered, highlighting this fantastic achievement. Best […]
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Richard Blair, son of the world renown and award-winning author George Orwell, visited the school yesterday to talk to students about his father’s life and work. Both staff and students met Mr Blair, who brought with him a first edition of one of his father’s most famous works (and our recent “whole school read”), Animal […]
A partnership between Beaumont and Sir John Lawes Schools has been announced as one of only 11 providers to support the delivery of the Chartered Teacher Programme. The Programme, led by the Chartered College of Teaching, the professional body for teaching, celebrates the excellent practice occurring in classrooms every single day. As a provider, […]
The Beaumont Big Band performed a range of classics and favourites from their wide repertoire at their 10th anniversary concert on Saturday, to a sell-out audience. Several alumni took part in the celebrations which raised money for the planned new Beaumont Arts Centre. Thanks go to the BSA who ran the catering and bar at […]
Congratulations go to Dr Jones and her team of successful Lego “engineers” who have won the Research Project Award in the regional First Lego League competition.
The BSA has put on another splendid Christmas Fair this year, raising money for the school. With contributions from the Music Department, everyone was in the festive spirit, no doubt helped by mulled wine, mince pies and the winnings from the Chocolate Tombola stall! Thank You to all the parents, students and staff who contributed […]
The Music Department’s Christmas Concert is one of the highlights of the end of Autumn Term. The stage is a full of performers as the Hall is with eager audience members and the various ensembles perform a wide repertoire of seasonal and other music. Students will perform seasonal music at the BSA Christmas fair (on […]
The GCSE Presentation Evening saw Year 12 students smartly dressed for the occasion. Former student, Anshula Bain presented the certificates and trophies to the “class of 2019” and spoke of her life since leaving Beaumont, including her current work with refugees in Hertfordshire. Always a favourite part of the evening, students and their parents were […]
Today has been “Drop Everything And Read!” day for students in Years 7 to 10 – Year 11 students are busy revising for their Mocks! This year’s whole-school read has been George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’ and, as well as discussing the themes of the novella, students have been treated to an audio-book version, read by […]
Year 11 students have taken part in a Moving On Curriculum Enrichment Day where they participated in a range of workshops and activities to prepare them for their post 16 choices. They included students reviewing their skills for further and higher education, learning about applications to the Sixth Form, Apprenticeships or College and investigating the […]
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