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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

  • Gates on both the Upper and Lower sites will open to students at 8am
  • Students should not arrive before this time (unless authorised to do so); they will not be supervised
  • Students are expected to enter the school buildings and go straight to their form rooms on arrival – a.m. registration is at 8.25am
  • Gates on both sites will close again at 8.20am. Any student arriving after this time is late
  • Staff will monitor the gates after this time and will make a record of those students who arrive late for school
  • Students will be dismissed at 3.15pm
  • Gates on both the Upper and Lower sites will open at 3.10 pm
  • No motor vehicle can enter the Upper site gates between 3.10pm and 3.30pm
  • For the rest of this term, the Lower Site car park can be used by parents between 3.10pm and 3.30pm. This area will be supervised by staff. NB From September 2017, the lower site car park will not be available at any time for parents. Please make other arrangements
  • Vehicle gates on both sites will close at 3.40pm.
  • Students may stay in school until 4.30 pm for supervised extra lessons and after school co-curricular activities
  • Resource Centres on both sites will remain open and supervised until 4.30pm.
  • Pedestrian gates will close at 4.40pm, by which time all students should have left the school site
  • The school site will be locked from 5.10 pm
  • Additional instructions will be issued regarding authorised activity after these times
  • Visitors:

    All strangers on the premises will be directed to either Upper or Lower site receptions and asked to sign in. If they have no legitimate reason for their presence in school, they will be asked to leave. Parents wanting to see staff should make appointments first and come to the relevant site reception to sign in and wait for the member of staff to greet them. All visitors are required to wear visitors’ ID lanyards.

    We are committed to being an open school that supports its students and the local community. However, our priority is to ensure all students’ safety and we ask that you share in that obligation. We hope that these changes will also be an opportunity to support school/life balance and encourage students to transform their travel habits by walking which will have a positive impact on their health, wellbeing and the environment. Thank you for your support and cooperation.

    Please direct any enquiries concerning these changes to admin@bealhighschool.co.uk

Beal High School



ALPS RATING 3 Excellent Red

A* – 15.2%












Attainment 8





Eng (Lit/Lang) & Math


Eng & Math

1601, 2017

Beal’s Future Olympian!

Ilyas Hussain in Year 10 of Beal High School recently represented Great Britain in the Taekwondo World Championships, held in Vancouver. He is a potential Olympian of the future and Beal is proud to support him.

2111, 2016

Operation Christmas Child

On Friday 11 November, 81 filled and decorated shoeboxes were delivered to Victoria House in Buckhurst Hill, the home of Samaritan’s Purse to fill their shoeboxes for children in countries within Europe, Africa, and Asia, who are less fortunate.

1511, 2016

Beal High School take part of the Remembrance Day ceremonies

Since 2010 our Head Boy and Head Girl have represented Beal High School in laying a wreath and paying tribute to those soldiers and former students of Beal School who gave their lives in war. This year Tamer Ahamed and Suad Tahir were in attendance at the ceremony.

Tuesday 26th September, 4.00 - 6.30 pm in the KS3 School (Lower Site)
  • Presentations by the Principal at 4.00 pm and 5.00 pm
  • Tours of the school 
  • No appointment necessary
 Entry via the pedestrian gate on Woodford Avenue - No parking available on school site.
 "School finishes at 1.15 p.m. for all students on Tuesday 26th September"