Autumn Term :
News from Beechen Cliff School
Beechen Cliff School is a unique school in many respects. The website gives you a taste of some of the special qualities which make Beechen Cliff stand out, but you need to visit and meet the boys to fully understand why Beechen Cliff is different from other schools in Bath and beyond.
We aim to provide the best possible education for each pupil, to prepare each pupil for adulthood and to set the highest possible standards in all areas of school life; academic, sporting and beyond. We know every pupil. Individuals matter and visitors comment on the friendliness and confidence of the pupils.
I very much hope that you are able to visit us in order that you can understand how this pride and determination manifests itself in our day to day work
Beechen Cliff Open Days
Open Evening - Tuesday 23rd September 6pm until 8.30pm
Open Morning - Wednesday 1st October 9am until 12pm
Parents of children in Year 6 are invited to our Open Morning when there will be the opportunity to observe pupils and staff at work.
9.00am - arrival and tours
Year 10 GCSE Information Evening - Tues 7th October 7pm
We are holding a meeting on Tuesday 7th October in the Main School Hall, commencing at 7pm. We will provide information on assessments and examinations, revision guidance available online and in school and how you can support your son at home. This will include input from the Heads of English, Mathematics and Science - subjects that all pupils are taking. More Information
Year 11 GCSE Revision and Information Evening – Tuesday 14th October
We are holding a meeting on Tuesday 14th October in the Main School Hall, commencing at 7pm. During the evening we will give information about the forthcoming Trial Examinations and the structured support available to pupils in school. More Information
Lower Sixth Study Skills Seminars
On Tuesday 30th September Lower Sixth Students will being taking part in Study Skills Seminars at school. The normal timetable will be collapsed from 11.15am until the end of the day in order that all can take part.
The Great Walk
8.30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m. (approximately)
The walk will start and finish at the School and soon you will be given a sponsorship booklet. Carefully read the instructions in your sponsorship booklet – these will help you be safe and enjoy the walk with your friends. There are prizes for the most money raised by an individual . . . by Tutor Group, by Year Group and by a House . . .