Five ‘A’ Level pupils have come third in the Mathematical Olympiad for Girls 2018 which had 1,500 girls entry.
Dame Katherine Grainger (photo by Anita Ross Marshall) will run an elite fitness session at Beaconsfield High School followed by a question and answer session. Ten spaces at the session will be up for winning at the school’s Burns Night action with the money going towards the funding of a new astro turf which is ...
Hannah Ali (year 8) and Gracie Kunicki (year 9) have qualified for the second stage of the intermediate category of the 2017 Bebras Cpmputational Thinking Challenge designed to raise awareness computer science in a “fun and rewarding” way. Includes photo of the two girls.
Beaconsfield High School’s U18 and U16 netball teams have made it through to the National Schools Regional Championships as well as the U16 Indoor Hockey Team qualifying for the regional finals for the first time.
Beaconsfield High School named as top state school in Buckinghamshire in The Sunday Times’ Parent Power supplement. Includes photograph of some of the school’s top students with their A-Level results.
Two Year 9 pupils, Charlotte Walker and Aaya Fenn have won £1,500 in a national science competition. They fought off competition to win Shell’s annual competition “The Bright Ideas Challenge”. Includes colour photograph of the winning pair.
Article detailing Beaconsfield High School’s campaign for donations of up to £1,000 for a revanp of their “off putting” toilets due to spending cuts on state schools. Includes photograph of the outside of the school.
Advertising feature with Carl Rycroft of Davenies School, promoting the ethos of the school and also their Open Morning on May 9th. Includes photo of Mr Rycroft.
Davenies celebrate a record number of scholarships being won by boys to leading senior schools.
Large colour photograph showing Davenies boys attending the IAPS National swimming Finals at the Aquatic Centre London and the IAPS Triathlon event at Dulwich School in Kent. Highlights pupil Alex Moore qualifying for the butterfly event and retaining national champion status by setting an event record.
Large colour photograph of Year 11 pupils of The Beaconsfield School who ae leaving school having finished their education.
Cutting, including photograph, regarding a gift of £6,000 donation by The Shanley Foundation, which will help to provide 30 new computers as well as replacing furniture, cabling and overall layout of the art and photography suite at the Beaconsfield School.