Consultation – Uniform

We are delighted with the progress the school and our students are making, and we are now looking to raise the bar of expectations and aspirations still further and are proposing a consultation on changing the school uniform. We believe our uniform should instil a sense of identity, pride and belonging, and we want our students to treat coming to school with respect and enthusiasm. School uniform supports effective teaching and learning and engenders a positive, calm and respectful school environment.

As a staff we have discussed changing to a smarter and more business like school uniform and we have decided to consult with students and parents to request your views. Please let us know your views by returning the attached form (which also contains further information) to school by Friday 30th November. Our governing body will then consider feedback and decide whether to make changes.

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Thank you in advance for your time in responding and your continued support in ensuring high standards of uniform are maintained.

Consultation – SRE Policy

Thank you for your feedback on our SRE policy.  We are in the process of updating the policy before it is presented to Governors early in November.

Federation

We are delighted to announce that Beacon Hill Community School is now part of Cumbria Futures Federation.  We have also created a new Governing Body consisting of members of Beacon Hill and Solway’s Governors, and which will oversee both schools.  The Federation’s aim is to deliver an excellent quality education for all students within the Solway Plain and beyond, to offer a broad and balanced curriculum that meets the needs of our students, and to enable our students to succeed and excel, whatever their abilities, aptitudes and interests.

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Welcome to our School

Beacon Hill Community School is at the heart of the community in the historic town of Aspatria, situated on the edge of the Solway Plain. Our strength is our size – our small numbers ensure that we can delivery truly personalised learning, ensuring students develop the academic and life skills essential to be successful, confident and resilient young people, whatever their abilities.