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 deliver truly personalised learning, ensuring students develop the academic and life skills essential to be successful, confident and resilient young people, whatever their abilities.

Lateral Flow Home Testing Information

Download letter with Lateral Flow testing instructions

Face Coverings update letter 17/06/21

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Letter from Cumbria County Council – June 2021

COVID School Letter

COVID-19 testing and isolation advice for parents

COVID School Letter v2-1-1

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COVID-19 testing and isolation advice for parents part2

Parents letter to continue twice weekly testing over the May half-term

Dear parent/carer,

Thank you for your continued support with Covid-19 home testing. Your child should continue testing and reporting results twice a week, at home, throughout the May half-term school holiday and take a test before returning to school.

Reporting results
Recording all test results helps scientists stay ahead of the virus by spotting new outbreaks quickly and advising how to respond. Reporting results is easy.

Go to: Report a COVID-19 rapid lateral flow test result – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) Or call: 119 free from a mobile or landline. Lines are open every day, 7am to 11pm. Support is offered in 200 languages as well as British Sign Language and Live Video Assistance.

All results should be reported, even if your child’s result is negative or void.

You should also keep a note of and share your child’s results with school if they test positive, via the school office, or during the holidays via our emergency mobile 07858 328848 as soon as possible after the positive test.  Either text or call and we will get back to you with further advice.

Universal Testing
The government is encouraging all adults to participate in twice weekly testing to help stop the spread of coronavirus. You can order tests through the Order coronavirus (COVID-19) rapid lateral flow tests service.

Up to one in three people who have COVID-19 have no symptoms and could be spreading it without knowing. Maintaining a regular habit of testing twice a week, 3-4 days apart, will help stop the virus spreading and keep schools and colleges open to students and staff.

Yours faithfully,
Judith Schafer
Executive Headteacher

Letter from Cumbria County Council

Letter for Parents and Carers

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2021 Centre Assessments

Student guide to awarding in summer 2021

Proposal to Federate

We are consulting on the expansion of our Federation to include Richmond Hill Primary School in Aspatria.  Parents of students at our schools and other stakeholders are very welcome to have their say.  Feedback can be made either on the attached consultation form or via our online survey on https://forms.office.com/r/NtTHQ3t7cN

RHS Proposal to Federate

Please click on the image of any letter to download or print a copy.

Careers information

CCC Apprenticeships
Cumbria County Council – The recruitment for September has started and vacancies are listed at https://cumbria.gov.uk/jobsandcareers/search.asp
From next week we’ll be recruiting to a wide range of rewarding apprenticeship opportunities across the county for people of all ages and backgrounds.
If you want to be the first to know, sign up to email alerts here 👉http://orlo.uk/B6sdf

Gen2 – https://gen2.ac.uk/vacancies/student-vacancies

Cumbria School Aged Immunisation Service



school nurse poster

Rainbow Pantry Flyer



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Safeguarding & DA flyer for Cumbria residents

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Update Privacy Notices and processing data during Covid-19

We have updated our privacy notices for students and parents here, and need to let all parents, visitors, students and staff know that personal data of employees, parents or visitors to school may be shared with NHS / Public Health Agencies / NHS Track and Trace where relevant to the Covid pandemic.  We will share information only with appropriate authorities, only through secure methods and we will limit the data shared to the minimum necessary.  We will verify the identity of individuals requesting personal data and keep a record of the data shared, and where practical will notify individuals whose data has been shared.  If you have any concerns or queries please contact our Data Protection Lead via the School Office.