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Beal High School
Woodford Bridge Road, IG4 5LP, UK Ilford
+44 (0)2085-514954
www:http://www.bealhighschool.org.uk/e-mail:

Welcome to the Beal High School "home website", designed and run by our own staff to provide up-to-date information for students, teachers, parents and governors.

This site is the central link for the school's family of websites, set up and administered by various members of our enthusiastic and talented community. Links to these sites are displayed on this page under Quick Links. We hope, by visiting our site family, you will begin to appreciate the diversity of experience we try to provide for our students.

Our students' exam results are excellent but we offer much more than this: musicals; drama, music and dance productions; talent competitions; photography; film-making; sports of all kinds; school radio; Duke of Edinburgh's Award; residential field trips, tours and holidays; debating societies;community work; student council; HUGs (student counselling), all make up the very fabric of what it is to be at our school.


SIXTH FORM

Beal High School has a large, effective Sixth Form. It is popular and oversubscribed. The Sixth Form is culturally diverse and makes every effort to be inclusive.

According to the Ofsted Inspection of December 2006:

“The Sixth Form is very popular and students’ achievements are consistently high. A'level results are outstanding with 99% of students passing their A levels. Students make excellent progress and achieve very high standards. The Sixth Form is in the top 5% of UK School sixth forms.”

Teaching and Learning at Post – 16 have been a priority and our achievement demonstrates that this focus has been successful. Examination results reflect student potential and the 2006 A2 results are the best recorded comparing favourably with both the Borough and National average. Vocational results are excellent and pass rates in all areas are high, this year almost hitting the 100% target and the Sixth Form is a motivating factor in the school’s success at Key Stage 4.

Student progress is monitored against carefully calculated Starter Grades and it is discussed with students/reported to parents at regular intervals. Achievement is celebrated both formally and informally.

Lifelong Learning is central and the curriculum offers opportunities for students to prepare for life after the Sixth Form. There is a formal programme of Curriculum Enrichment, and a timetabled PSHE session. Careers Guidance is a part of this, and is supported by the work of Connexions. There is an excellent record of entry into Higher Education.

Sixth Form students make a valuable contribution to the community work of the school and enhance their own learning through their involvement in the many Pastoral and Curriculum initiatives taking place e.g. academic mentoring and a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.

There is a positive ethos in the Sixth Form and a calm, confident atmosphere. The accommodation is in the heart of the school and Sixth Formers are clearly visible to the younger students. They provide excellent role models and a sense of aspiration. Students are motivated and relationships with staff are excellent. Sixth Form students are proud of their school and wear the “Blue Blazers” with pride!

Available Documents

Sixth Form Prospectus Sept 2007 (1.2MB)

(Our 2008-09 Prospectus will be published mid-January 2008)

Sixth Form Application Form (Internal)

Sixth Form Application Form (External)

 

CURRICULUM

Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9)

In the first three years, years 7 to 9, student groupings for teaching are very flexible to meet the needs of the particular year groups and subject areas. They are based on group sizes of 30, 25 or 20 students depending on the nature of the subject, and may be set by ability in some cases. Students identified as having learning difficulties are supported by the special programmes run by the Curriculum Support Department.

All students study English, Mathematics, Science, a combination of French, Spanish or German, Physical Education, Religious Education, Geography, History, Art, Drama, Music and Technology (Design, Food and Textiles). Through the teaching of Personal, Social and Health Education students develop abilities in self-assessment, study skills and organisation. This PSHE programme also includes elements of sex education and citizenship. Information Technology is taught as a discrete course in year 7 and year 9 and through a number of other curriculum areas in years 8. Students sit National Curriculum tests at the end of year 9.Students who enter the school with level 3 in their English or Mathematics Key Stage 2 tests are given extra support in these subjects.

Key Stage 4 (Years 10-11)

In years 10 and 11 all students continue to follow the National Curriculum, studying English, Mathematics, Science, an Information Technology subject, RE, PE and PSHE. Students will generally sit GCSEs at the end of year 11 but we also offer a developing range of alternative qualifications including BTECs, the Youth Award Scheme and the Unit Award Scheme.

In addition, students are offered a wide range of option choices, which currently include the following subjects:
Art; Business Studies; Child Development; Drama; French; German; Geography; History; ICT; Media Studies; Music; Physical Education; Religious Education; Sociology; Spanish; Catering; Textiles; Graphics; Design and Making

Sixth Form (Years 12-13)

The majority of Beal students apply to our Sixth Form to continue their education post –16. We are a popular, successful Sixth Form and admission is by application form and interview. Beal High School students are encouraged to apply but admission is not guaranteed - students must have a good academic record, an appropriate attitude and the desire to achieve. External applicants must have a sound reference from their previous school.

Successful applicants are invited to our Introduction Day and benefit from a carefully planned Induction Programme. All students have the opportunity for Private Study and full access to the Library Resource Centre.

We offer a range of AS and A2 courses as well as vocational courses at Intermediate and Advanced level. In addition, Sixth Form students have many opportunities to support their academic studies and are encouraged to prepare a full and varied curriculum vitae. Enrichment activities include: Prefect duties, office work, voluntary and community work, literacy support for year 7 students, work experience placements, pre-driving lessons, self-defence and many social events.

UNIFORM

Complete and up-to-date details of our school uniforms (including suppliers' contact details) can be obtained by clicking the links to the right of this page.

KS3 Students

Boys
Tan blazer with school badge
Trousers - plain black (straight cut – no jeans or cords)
Shirt - white with collar and school badge(no t-shirts)
School tie - KS3 design
Jumper - Black v-neck with school badge
Socks - Plain dark or white
Plain dark brown or black shoes (no boots with high sides or laces)

Girls
Tan blazer with school badge
Skirt - plain black (pleated, no more than 14cms above the knee, no slits) or plain black trousers (school design – not tight – no jeans or cords)
Blouse - white button through with collar and school badge (no T-shirts)
School tie (optional) - KS3 Variety
Jumper - Black v-neck with school badge
Tights - plain neutral, black or white or socks
Shoes - plain dark brown or black, low heel (no boots or sling-back shoes)

 

Sixth Form Students

Boys
School blazer (navy blue)
Trousers - plain black or navy-blue (straight cut – no jeans or cords) Shirt - plain white/blue, with collar (not denim)
Tie - sixth form design
Jumper - navy-blue v-neck
Shoes - black

Girls
School blazer (navy-blue)
Skirt - A-Line navy blue (no more than 14cms above the knee, no slits) or plain black trousers (school design – not tight – no jeans or cords)
Button through blouse - plain white/blue, with collar, (not denim)
Tie - sixth form design (optional)
Jumper/cardigan - navy-blue v-neck
Shoes - black, low heel
Headscarves/Hijaab: Blue or black

KS4 Students

Boys
Dark brown blazer with school badge
Trousers - plain black (straight cut – no jeans or cords)
Shirt - white with collar and school badge (no t-shirts)
School tie - KS4 design
Jumper - Black v-neck with school badge
Socks - Plain dark or white
Plain dark brown or black shoes (no boots with high sides or laces)

Girls
Dark brown blazer with school badge
Skirt - plain black (pleated, no more than 14cms above the knee, no slits) or plain black trousers (school design – not tight – no jeans or cords)
Blouse - white button through with collar and schoolo badge (no T-shirts)
School tie (optional) - KS4 design
Jumper - Black v-neck with school badge
Tights - plain neutral, black or white or socks
Shoes - plain dark brown or black, low heel (no boots or sling-back shoes)



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