This page records some of the activities which have taken place at Beaumont over the past year.
St Peter’s Carol Service: 19.12.18
Coupled with the annual Christmas Concert, each year, the Music Department holds a Carol Service at St Peter’s Church. Alongside the traditional carols and readings, the congregation is treated to performances from the ever-growing choirs and ensembles.
Christmas Jumper Day: 14.12.18
The staff raise money for charity each year on Christmas Jumper Day. This year they raised money for Save The Children.
The Christmas Concert: 11.12.18
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.
The Year 7 Science Club “Chemist-tree”
Each year, the Year 7 Science Club gets to explore some amazing chemical reactions to make a range of colours for the Science Department’s “Chemist-tree”.
The BSA Christmas Fair: 8.12.18
Each year, parents, students and staff start off the Beaumont Christmas season with the BSA Christmas Fair. This event raises money to support the school through a range of stalls and activities. As well as putting the “fun” in fundraising, the students’ stalls also earn House points for their respective Houses. This event is one of the main ways in which the BSA raises money for the school each year and it shows the Beaumont community at its best.
GCSE Presentation Evening: 20.11.18.
Each year we celebrate the achievements of our former Year 11 cohort at the GCSE Presentation Evening. Students (including those who have moved on to new post-16 educational settings) get together, with their parents looking on, to receive their exam certificates in a formal ceremony. Guest speakers, usually Beaumont alumni, make the presentations and a highlight of the evening is the awarding of trophies for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Contribution to the School, Contribution to the Community and the Headteacher’s Award; the latter nominated by the students themselves. This year’s guest speaker was alumnus Nick Palma, co-founder of pH.7 Gym
The Great Beaumont Inter-House Bake-Off 2018: 26.10 18
The Great Beaumont Inter-House Bake-Off has been one of the highlights of the House competition for several years. Students (with some help from home!) bake cakes based on their House names and colours. House points are awarded for the winning entries, judged by the Headteacher and members of the Art and the Technology Departments; and all entries are sold off to raise money for the school and for charities too.
Year 9 German exchange to Speyer: 17-23.10.18
Upper School production of Evita: 17, 19 & 20.10.18
Photos coming soon!
Year 9 French exchange to Versailles: 4-10.10.18
BSA Welcome to Year 7 barbecue: 15.9.18
Year 7 families got together to make new friends at the annual barbecue hosted by the Beaumont School Association (BSA). While the Year 7 students made use of the all-weather pitches, their parents got to know each other over a top quality burger and a drink (or two …).
Year 7 photograph: 4.9.18
Year 7 students and their Form Tutors started the first day of the new term with the annual panoramic photograph. Copies of this, Form Group and individual photographs will be available through the school
Year 7 Fun Run: 7.9.18
Almost every Year 7 student participated in the Year 7 annual Fun Run around the school field. The Year 10 mentors helped to marshal the event which earns students the first House Points of the year. The first 25 girls and boys past the post took part in the annual Mob Race for local schools, hosted at Sandringham School. This year, the Beaumont girls’ team came second overall and the boys came first!
Rob’s Festival is an annual Beaumont community sports and music event that has been running since 2010. It is a tribute to a former student, Rob Williams, who died in a snowboarding accident.
This year, the festival returned to the school field as its setting and, thanks to the hard work of students, staff and parents, raised over £6,500 for our “80 in ’18” fundraising campaign and the Prince’s Trust.
Year 8 Drama Club Presentation
This year’s Year 8 Drama Club presentation to parents was a devised piece inspired by the Beaumont “Whole School Reads” novel, The Giver by Lois Lowry.
We are delighted to introduce our latest community well-being and fundraising campaign for 80 in ’18 – R.E.D. June.
The challenge involves running, riding or rolling at least 1 kilometre, everyday throughout June. We would like as many members of the Beaumont community as possible to participate.
You can pledge money, get sponsorship or simply get involved – any funds raised will support our 80 in ’18 campaign. There will be in school and out of school events organised to bring our community together – more details of these to follow so please look out for these.
We will be wearing our R.E.D T shirts around school soon to promote this event please visit our shop to purchase your own R.E.D t-shirts or to pledge money for this campaign. Any t-shirt orders placed before 19th May can be delivered for free to the school in a bulk order. If you have any questions about the shop please contact the Finance office on 01727 732924
Sixth Form Leavers’ Day
Each year our Year 13 students dress up to celebrate their last day of school. This year we held the Leavers’ Assembly a little early to avoid disturbing the Year 11 GCSE exams but that didn’t dampen the atmosphere …
Easter Concert, 28.4.18
Lake Garda (Italy) Drama Trip, 4-8.4.18
Whole School Production: ‘Alice’, 7-9.3.18
Our friends and partners from the Collège du Sacré Coeur in Versailles visited Beaumont from the 14th – 20th March. During their visit the French students spent time in London, Oxford, and were very excited to visit Harry Potter Studios. They were also shown a fantastic welcome from their English host families, and spent time in Brighton and at Gravity Force.
Dance Show, 5 & 6.2.18
[Pictures from the 2017 production]
Jazz & Swing Evening, 24.2.18
Each year the Music Department and the BSA work together to host an evening of Jazz and Swing, with the band in “black tie” and guest singers, including members of staff and West End Performers. [Pictures from the 2017 event].