The Beauchamps Community is a Family

...in which everyone aspires to achieve their best

...and beyond!

Home Learning

All students are set homework via the Edulink app which can be accessed by both parents and students. Please click here for more information on how to help with homework and for a link to the Edulink app.

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Extra Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular activities are encouraged as an integral part of life at Beauchamps; they help build confidence and self-esteem, provide valuable social opportunities for students and broaden their perspectives. Activities vary throughout the school year. Please click here for an up-to-date list.

Admissions

Please click here for up-to-date information about admissions to the school.

Transitions

Please click here for the latest information about Transition from Year 6 to Year 7 in 2022.

Online Learning Platform

For access to Microsoft 365 and links to both class and homework materials, please click here.

WELCOME

Mr Harper – Headteacher

It is my huge privilege to be Headteacher at Beauchamps High School, an outstanding 11-18 comprehensive school and I am honoured to lead such an inspirational group of staff and students. Our shared vision ensures that the Beauchamps community is a family, in which everyone aspires to achieve their best and beyond and our core values underpin everything we do.

OUR CURRICULUM

       The Student Leadership Team

PSHE and RSE at Beauchamps

Half term focus: Gender Equality

As part of our ongoing commitment to promoting healthy relationships in school, this half term will explore the issue of gender equality. Using cross curricular links with History, we are able to explore a deeper look into women’s history with KS3 classes, linked with their current topic of study. Year 7 will explore the extent to which Elizabeth I can be considered a feminist, year 8 will look at the history of women in sport, with a focus on football, linked to their WW1 topic, and year 9 will explore a series of lessons into the question of how far women achieved gender equality in the 1960s. Our shared school vision includes promoting mutual respect and courtesy, and so we will reinforce messages of what constitutes inappropriate sexualised language and harassment with the students, and encourage students to question gender stereotypes which may lead to this type of behaviour. We will also celebrate International Women’s Day.

PSHE Events this half term: Spring 2022

To celebrate International Women’s Day, as well as the cross curricular lessons with the History Department, students across all Key Stages will examine women’s political equality through an assembly, as well a consideration of some of the issues that women face in sport, with a focus on the Tokyo Olympics and the German Gymnastics Team and Norwegian Volleyball team, who both made statements about women’s clothing regulations in their respective sports.

Year 8 were visited by the N-Act theatre Company who performed a play called ‘Friend’. “‘Friend’ is a play about gangs, county lines, knife crime and the choices we make. The play is set in a courtroom. The audience are the jury. They interact with the characters, asking questions and directing the action to see how making different choices could lead to a different outcome. This is based on a true story.

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Beauchamps High School once again lived up to its “outstanding” Ofsted rating as students
celebrated fantastic GCSE results this week. Despite the challenges of the last year, an exceptional
number of students have secured themselves a good pass in both Maths and English, and had a
great deal to be excited about!
Top performing students include Jennifer C, who now goes on to study A Levels which include
English Literature and Fine Art at Beauchamps, Amy and Hannah F who will both stay with us to
study Chemistry and Maths at A level amongst other choices, Emily H, Shireen J, Elena J, Sophie J
(staying on to study Maths, Biology and Sport), Georgia M and Edie T. Rosie M will stay with us to
study Maths, Psychology and English and Tom B will stay with us to study Government and Politics,
Law and Economics.
Congratulations to all of our successful students who have worked so hard over the years – their
perseverance and dedication has been rewarded with a superb set of results and their positivity
over the last two years has been an inspiration to all. We are particularly excited that high
numbers of pupils have chosen to remain at Beauchamps High School and attend the 6th form,
taking advantage of the range of A Level and BTEC courses which we are now offering. Also thanks
to the staff for their efforts and inspiration and to the parents for their continued support.
For more information call Gail Randall (Senior Teacher) on 07923 945609
12 August 2021