Here at The Beacon we recently hosted a Uniform swap shop day. Thank you to all that had given up their time and went that extra mile to help our school and each other. This really does show that with everyone working together we can really benefit from each other, this is the reason why we have had such a great year. Everyone should be very proud of their efforts as without you it wouldn’t have been possible to have such a successful year and event!
Everyone at The Beacon would like to say a massive thank you to Sainsbury’s for this amazing donation. We have received this after being their chosen charity and we are delighted about this! What a great way this was to finish an excellent first year for us at The Beacon. Everyone should be so proud of themselves and proud of all that they have achieved this year.
Antigua students had a wonderful experience during our History enrichment day, experiencing WW2.
Sports Day was hugely enjoyable for all and the sun was shining for us yet again! This year saw The Beacon work in partnership with Folkestone Academy to deliver the Sports Day activities utilising the hugely talented Sports Leaders from The Folkestone Academy to lead and deliver each activity. What a fantastic day it was, with so much success to share and enjoy with our amazing children. Thank you for all your encouragement and support, it was great to be a part of it.
Pupils from KS5 were invited to the Woodstock Festival, and had a ball!
KS5 Performing Arts group performed ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at the Tower Theatre.
In humanities this term we have been learning to recognise developments in the local area.
It has been another busy and brilliant year for all the students studying Catering.
What’s been happening in Cape Verde.
Students in Ivory Coast have been busy learning about the artist Clarice Cliff. To end the project the class went to the Mudpie Pottery Studio in Sandgate to paint their own Clarice Cliff replicas.