Victory at the Kent School Games Panathlon Swimming Challenge meant that The Beacon Swimming Team will be competing in the National Swimming Finals on Thursday 6th July!
The Beacon are excited to advertise this excellent event that is going to be starting very shortly. It is a great opportunity for many students to enjoy shopping in a way that suits them. For more information on this please see the Poster. Thank you!
The Beacon held its first whole school enrichment day this year and Humanities was the chosen subject area. This year we decided to focus the topic on the Battle of Britain. Students from all areas of the school participated and hosted activities both in and out of school.
The Beacon would like to invite all of its students to a Summer Fest held by The Canterbury Academy. It is a great opportunity for everyone to have a great day at such a fantastic event. For more details on this please open the flyer.
The Beacon are pleased to announce that a Tea Party is being held at the school premises within the summer holidays this year. For More information on this please view the flyer.
The Beacon are proud to advertise this exciting PULSE Sports Holiday Camp ran by Shepway Sports Trust for all students aged 5-16 years old. For more information please view the document.
This years’ Race for Life on June 30 will be the first for The Beacon, and we are planning a full day of activities available for everyone – the school, health and social services, as well as our friends and families – to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
As part of creative morning, KS3 pupils have been learning about Chinese New Year. Some of their activities included mask making and storytelling, Chinese calendars, Tai Chi, Chinese writing, dance, music and dragons.
The term started with a fantastic trip to see Jack and the Beanstalk at the Leas Cliff Hall. Pupils in Belize really enjoyed the experience and thought the pantomime was really funny. They especially like the costumes and jokes!
The children in Bahamas class have been working really hard this term, learning all about William Harvey, the Tudors and materials. We’ve been writing to our friends at Smeeth School, and we went to visit them with a picnic. We all agree though that our favourite day was when we all dressed up for World Book Day!