All the news and events from the Beacon.

Recent Announcements

  • SP Coffee Morning - Friday, 31st March
    Posted 2 Mar 2017, 01:11 by Judith Malcolm
  • TESCO BID FOR 'BAGS FOR LIFE' The academy was successful in winning £10,000 from Tesco through the 'Bags for Life' scheme.  This money has been used to develop the grassed area on the Key Stage 1 and 2 playground.  Please see below the pictures of our fantastic finished area which is being used very effectively by our children for quieter games and activities.  Our intention is that the children will be able to use the area for lessons when the weather improves.
    Posted 2 Feb 2017, 04:11 by Judith Malcolm
    Posted 25 Oct 2016, 08:21 by Judith Malcolm
  • Lottery Funding - New Play Area for Beacon Nursery Beacon Nursery has just completed putting in a new play area with safe surfacing for the children.  This was only possible due to Lottery funding received last Summer to enhance the grounds that our children use every day. Louise Bussell, the newly appointed Headteacher said “The children are already loving the new play area and surfacing which is eye-catching and has brightened up the outdoor facilities.  The play equipment has many exciting areas that encourage the children to develop their physical and exploration skills.” Beacon Nursery welcomes all pre-school children, from the age of 2 years and upwards in the community, to attend our nursery provision where they will learn and grow with the help of our excellent ...
    Posted 10 Feb 2016, 06:32 by Judith Malcolm
  • BEACON ACADEMY AWARDED FOR THEIR HEALTHY FOOD ACHIEVEMENTS Beacon Academy has been awarded the Food for Life Bronze award for its healthy and climate-friendly food culture. The school is working with Food for Life to transform the school’s food culture and that of its local community, by connecting the children with climate-friendly and healthy food. As part of the Bronze award scheme, Beacon Academy serves seasonal school meals, 75% of which are freshly prepared by our very own experienced school cook, Steph Ion. The school also gives every pupil the opportunity to visit a farm, cook and participate in food growing activities during his or her time at school, and pupils and parents are involved in making improvements to the school’s menu and dining ...
    Posted 10 Feb 2016, 06:26 by Judith Malcolm
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  • Newsletter - July 2017
    Posted 14 Jul 2017, 04:58 by Lyndsey Isaac
  • Newsletter - May 2017
    Posted 26 May 2017, 05:24 by Lyndsey Isaac
  • Newsletter - April 2017
    Posted 7 Apr 2017, 04:39 by Lyndsey Isaac
  • Newsletter - February 2017
    Posted 10 Feb 2017, 04:07 by Lyndsey Isaac
  • Newsletter - December 2016
    Posted 16 Dec 2016, 01:20 by Lyndsey Isaac
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