Key Dates

Year 7

Thursday 12th October 2017Settling in evening
Week ending 3rd November 2017Autumn key assessments, followed by an interim report posted home
Week ending 12th January 2018Spring key assessments followed by an interim report posted home
Tuesday 6th February 2018Parents Evening
Week beginning 18th June 2018School Exam Week
Week ending 16th July 2018End of year profiles posted home

Year 8

Week ending 3rd November 2017Autumn key assessments, followed by an interim report posted home
Week ending 12th January 2018Spring key assessments followed by an interim report posted home
Tuesday 6th February 2018YR8 Options & Parents Evening
Week beginning 18th June 2018School Exam Week
Week ending 16th July 2018End of year profiles posted home

Year 9

Week ending 3rd November 2017Autumn key assessments, followed by an interim report posted home
Week ending 12th January 2018Spring key assessments followed by an interim report posted home
Week beginning 18th June 2018School Exam Week
Week ending 16th July 2018End of year profiles posted home

Year 10

Week beginning 4th December 2017School Mock Exam Week
Tuesday 9th January 2018
4.30-6.15pm
Parents Evening & Interim Reports
Week beginning 18th June 2018School Exam Week
Week beginning 9th July 2018Work Experience Week
Week ending 16th July 2018End of year profiles posted home

Year 11

Week beginning 3rd November 2017Interim Report sent home
Week beginning 9th December 2017School Mock Exam Week
Tuesday 9th January 2018
1.30-3.30pm
Mock Results Afternoon with a Summary Report
Week beginning 12th March 2018 2nd Mock Exam week
Wednesday 28th March 20182nd Mock Results Day
May/June 2015GCSE examinations take place

  • My time at Beacon Hill provided a massive range of opportunities which have proved valuable not only whilst studying at sixth form and when applying to university, but also in everyday life.
    Former student, 12 A*-C grade GCSEs
  • When I left Beacon Hill I had a career path in mind; I wanted to teach. This was down to 5 brilliant years at the school. I was inspired by my teachers who encouraged and supported me to believe in myself and my abilities.
    Former Student
  • We are impressed with how both of our children have settled in and are progressing though the school. We find staff understanding & helpful.
    Parent Survey
  • Progress is tracked effectively and extra help given quickly to students who need it.
    Ofsted
  • The school has developed a really positive culture for learning, as a result of high expectations of both staff and pupils.
    Local Authority
  • The curriculum meets the needs of individual students particularly well [providing] a balance of academic and vocational courses for students to study at GCSE.
    Ofsted
  • Students have good attitudes to learning and are keen to succeed.
    Ofsted
  • Evidence from pupil interviews, work scrutinies and HMI visit indicates that the Stage not Age curriculum is impacting positively on the quality of learning in the school.
    Local Authority
  • Students benefit from a very wide range of activities which enrich the curriculum… a wealth of field trips, sporting activities and drama productions
    Ofsted
  • Teachers know their students extremely well and work is closely tailored to students’ individual needs.
    Ofsted