Following on from the AIR QUALITY CAMPAIGN article under our GOOD NEWS section, the group have been awarded a further £250 on top of the £250 which they have already secured!
After winning both the heat and semi final Zac booked his place in the under 17 mens 200m final with 4 other runners. It was a competitive field and it was expected to be a tight race.
On Wednesday 31st January a group of Year 8 students took place in the Redbridge Dance Festival. They competed against other schools in the Redbridge area and did an amazing job representing Beal High School.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is a field of wide variety and it opens pathways to many careers in the future. However, statistics portray a very low number of female students involved in STEM.
On Tuesday 30th January 2018, our Youth Travel Ambassadors were invited to Redbridge Central Library...
On Tuesday 30th January 2018, our Youth Travel Ambassadors were invited to Redbridge Central Library and Museum to pitch for £250 to kick-start our Air Quality campaign.
In December, three Undergraduate students from UCL came in to deliver a ‘Spectroscopy in a Suitcase’ workshop to a group of A-Level Chemistry students. This workshop was funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
A brave 12-year-old pupil is delivering a presentation to the whole of her school about living with sickle cell disease.
Year 13 Chemistry Students attended a Monster Confidence STEMettes event
A great night at Beal Awards Evening 2017. The Mayor, local children and amazing GCSE results. Read more....