Year 13 2018-03-16T12:38:12+00:00


Director of Sixth Form

Mr M Smith

Director of Achievement & Progress

Ms J Hooker

Progression Coordinator

Ms R Morisiya

Deputy Director of Achievement & Progress

Ms S Naqvi

Sixth Form Absences

Please email from the parent’s email address to for illness or other unforeseen absence on the day of absence, for medical appointments in advance of the absence. Absences must be authorised within five days of the absence.

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For information on apprenticeships, please download this document:

A parent’s guide to apprenticeships


Bugsy Malone

The students of Beal High School put on their production of Bugsy Malone. A lot of hard work and a huge amount of commitment went into ensuring the production would be as polished as possible.

Rosalind Franklin STEM conference 2018

I was delighted to have been given the opportunity for the two day 2018 Rosalind STEM conference at Newnham College at Cambridge University

Havering Sixth Form Medical Day Report

On the 14th March 2018 a group of 25 students were selected to participate in a medical course along with 4 other schools and a mixture of ages. We were accompanied by Ms Begum and Mr Rodriguez.

The Royal Albert Hall

On Tuesday 13th March, 42 students & staff took part in the Redbridge Music School's Choral Festival, which was held at the Royal Albert Hall. There were just under 2000 pupils who took part in total.



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Entry Requirements

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Successful Study and Resources

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Successful Study and Resources

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Easter and May Half Term Revision Timetables - Years 11, 12 & 13

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Easter and May Half Term Revision Timetables - Years 11, 12 & 13

Easter revision sessions 2018 Years 11 12 13

Oxbridge Success for Beal High School Students

Beal High School is celebrating, this week, along with eight Sixth Form students who have been offered places to study at Oxford and Cambridge next year—the school’s largest ever number of successful applicants. Students have been successful in a range of subjects: from Human, Social and Political Sciences to Economics, Maths, Natural Sciences and Chemistry.

“It is really pleasing that the students’ hard work, commitment and talent have been rewarded,” said Head of Sixth Form, Mark Smith. “I am equally grateful for all the support provided by colleagues during the application process.”

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