It has been a great term for everyone in Botswana. With many different subjects to cover, our pupils have been kept very busy.
Senegal and Gambia have been very busy with Life Skills this term just like Cinderella before they are able to go to the 6th Form Ball (end of year Prom)
Egypt class have helped make Charivari parade art work.
For our Enterprise Project we decided to make Valentine pamper packs and sell them at the Enterprise sale. We made ten packs which included chocolates, bath bombs, bath scrunchies, scented candles and handmade soaps. The money we made from the pamper packs will go towards the Prom for which all KS5 students at The Beacon are raising money.
Pupils enjoyed an hour of bowling, playing against each other to see who got the highest score.
It’s been a busy term for our sports students in Zimbabwe. Four of our students achieved medals at the recent Kent School Games Boccia tournament. Nafiz, Connor and Jack all achieved gold medals and Katherine won a silver. Our medallists will now go on to compete at the South East regional finals in Guildford, Surrey at the end of March.
Students in Ivory Coast class have been filming a silent video campaigning against the illegal trade of ivory for their latest Arts Awards film.
This is the final year for Tanzania pupils to bring together all their skills and knowledge for the GCSE exams. They are working hard in Science taking mock examinations with some pleasing results.
Students from the Sixth Form take part in performances at The Tower Theatre, Shornecliffe. Audiences were ‘wowed’ by their performances – West End of Folkestone, soon to be West End of London!
Sixth Form students from Senegal and Gambia classes got a look at life at a newspaper.