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06feb3:30 PM6:30 PMFeaturedYear 11 Parents’ Evening 3:30pm - 6:30pm, Lower Site (Early Closure: 3.00pm)

27feb4:00 PM6:30 PMFeaturedKS3/4 Progression Evening - Lower School Main Hall (Early Closure: 1:15pm)

Seven students go to Oxbridge in 2017 • Congratulations to our first ever vet! • 30% Sixth Form students successfully placed at Russell Group universities • 86.7% Beal students progress into Beal High School Sixth Form • A remarkable 48.4% of our students achieve A*/A in Maths • An amazing 12% of our students achieved a 9 in Maths and 6% achieve a 9 in English • 30 (13%) of our students achieved A/A* in 8 or more subjects • 10 students achieved at least 10 A*/A •    • Students spend their summer holiday packing rucksacks for Grenfell; over £1500 raised for Grenfell Tower; over 300 rucksacks packed with pencil cases and books •    Beacon Academy Trust receives "Outstanding" recognition from Ofsted •    Ex Beal student Yolande Brown works the BBC proms this year! •

Welcome to Beal High School

W are a diverse, vibrant community with a strong sense of mutual respect and a highly inclusive culture. Our students enjoy a rich, varied curriculum which unlocks their potential, ensuring remarkable outcomes and confident progression. We also have fun! We encourage our students to develop their Beal character as: Heroes, Care Givers, Creators, Explorers and Leaders and they rise to this challenge every day. BE A Leader helps them to develop skills and values; collaboration, co-operation and celebration are the underlying principles.

I am proud to be the Principal of Beal High School. It is inspiring to work alongside colleagues, parents and carers to ensure that our students benefit from extraordinary opportunities to learn and thrive as members of both our campus and local communities Beal is a positive learning environment where young people can aspire, be challenged and excel in an atmosphere of safety and purpose; our students are courteous and kind. We are proud of what we achieve but not complacent. We reflect, we evaluate and we design.
We are pleased to be outstanding; we are working towards exceptional.

Yours sincerely

Térèse Wilmot – Principal

Redbridge Primary School joins with Beal High School to tackle air pollution

  • Published 14:30 26 January 2018

    Year 5 class The Ospreys from Redbridge Primary School, in College Gardens, Ilford, has been working with Redbridge Air Action since September 2017. Five months later, the pupils were ready to share the results of the air quality scheme with Beal High School in a special assembly. Helen Young, a former lead presenter at BBC Weather who now works for Redbridge Air Action, led the presentation on Thursday (January 25).


Beal High School



ALPS 3 RED Excellent Progress
KS5 pass rates higher than national in all grade bands
Seven students head to Oxbridge
30% students head to Russell Group Universities

A* – 15.2%












Attainment 8: 53.14
Progress 8: +0.52
5 A* – C incl. English & Maths: 82.3%
Progress in English: 0.45
Progress in Maths: 1.37

A*-A= 28.3%




Eng (Lit/Lang) & Math


Eng & Math

102, 2018

Air Quality Campaign

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.

1901, 2018

Spectroscopy in a Suitcase

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.

february, 2018

05feballday09alldayYear 11 IAG Sessions

06feballdayalldayYear 11 Parents’ Evening (Early Closure: 3.00pm)

06feb3:30 PM6:30 PMFeaturedYear 11 Parents’ Evening 3:30pm - 6:30pm, Lower Site (Early Closure: 3.00pm)

09feballdayalldayINSET DAY (School closed to students). Last day of half term

12feballday16alldayHALF TERM HOLIDAY

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Beal High School - Ofsted Outstanding  
 "Early closure for all students on Tuesday 27th February at 1.15pm.  This is to enable staff to prepare for the KS3-4 Progression Evening for Year 9 students"
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