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We are now recruiting teachers to apply to join the next cohort launching in June.
I know that choosing a secondary school is one of the most important decisions you will make for your children and family.
At Beacon Academy the relationships between the staff and students are some of the most phenomenal I have ever seen. Staff have high expectations, are ambitious for the students and they know them well. The rigorous focus on the child as a unique individual ensures that the lessons they receive are personalised and allow them to be actively engaged in their learning. I encourage you to come and see this for yourselves.
At Beacon Academy, it is our vision to provide the best possible education for all of our students and to remain an exceptional educational establishment locally, nationally and globally.
17 July 2020
Today, twenty three of our Year 12 students nominated by subject teachers for their outstanding work and commitment to their learning during the lockdown period, each received a personal gift.
16 July 2020
Our students were given the challenge of writing a 500 word short story titled Be Careful What You Wish For. We received a plethora of excellent entries and were amazed by the range of characters, settings and wishes made in each of the stories.
15 July 2020
08 July 2020
Year 11 students and their parents and carers are invited to join us online on Friday 10th July 2020 for our Year 11 into Year 12 Virtual Induction Event.
01 July 2020
Year 6 students and their families preparing to make the move to Beacon Academy in September will have the opportunity to take part in a virtual transition event next week.
29 June 2020
Beacon Academy Teaching School Alliance is delighted to be working with St Richard’s Catholic College/Rother Teaching School Alliance and Leadership CoLab at UCL Institute of Education to offer professional development opportunities for educational leaders.
25 June 2020
Dillon Dowson, who studies both History and Politics in Year 12, has been awarded the first prize of £50 in the 2020 regional A Level Politics Network essay competition, judged by Professor Paul Taggart from the Politics Department at Sussex University.
15 June 2020
Did you know that you can join East Sussex libraries online and have your library card posted to you? You will also get a temporary membership number to use until your card arrives, so you can start using their fantastic online resources straight away. This includes access to over 7,000 ebooks, with over 700 e-book and e-audio book titles for young adults to choose from.
10 June 2020
Since Beacon Academy Film and Book Club met online on Monday 18th May to discuss Noughts and Crosses, Malorie Blackman’s ground-breaking novel exploring prejudice and racial inequality, recent events in America have led people all over the world to call for an end to racism and raise their voices in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
10 June 2020
Last term students in Years 7, 8 and 9 entered an historical fiction competition. The History department were amazed by the historical rigour of all the entries.