NewsBeacon

NewsBeacon is the regular digital newsletter of the New Beacon School. Published several times per term, it is where you will find reports of the recent successes, events and activities that have been part of the school life in the preceeding few weeks. The NewsBeacon is downloadable as a pdf document, which may be read on the screen or printed directly as desired.

Latest News

Chinese New Year

24/01/20

The children in the Nursery, Pre Prep and Junior School enjoyed a fabulous day celebrating Chinese New Year. We were...

Sports News

24/01/20

We pride ourselves on our sporting reputation, competing at national level in many sports. Those who follow cricket will see...

Music Scholarship Concert

24/01/20

Well done, Callum, Charlie and Eddie, who all played several pieces and it was a privilege to hear them play...

#learningisfun at our school! Year 5 are seen here learning semaphore & writing ‘maths’ in semaphore! #educational #maths #WednesdayVibes #NewBeaconLife #boysattheirbest

#learningisfun at our school! Year 5 are seen here learning semaphore & writing ‘maths’ in semaphore!  #educational #maths #WednesdayVibes #NewBeaconLife #boysattheirbest

Congratulations @BenEarlba Well deserved. @thenewbeacon will be watching and following Old Beaconian and OT @TonbridgeSport @iapsuksport @KentLiveSport @SevenoaksRFC https://t.co/UssrR9WVTv

As part of this term’s #drama focus on Hilaire Belloc’s narrative poem ‘Matilda, who Told Lies & was Burned to Death’ Yr 5 enjoyed creating the shapes of fire engines as a drama task! Hoses, sirens & lights were all featured with some original use of arms & legs! #NewBeaconLife

As part of this term’s #drama focus on Hilaire Belloc’s narrative poem ‘Matilda, who Told Lies & was Burned to Death’ Yr 5 enjoyed creating the shapes of fire engines as a drama task! Hoses, sirens & lights were all featured with some original use of arms & legs! #NewBeaconLife
As part of this term’s #drama focus on Hilaire Belloc’s narrative poem ‘Matilda, who Told Lies & was Burned to Death’ Yr 5 enjoyed creating the shapes of fire engines as a drama task! Hoses, sirens & lights were all featured with some original use of arms & legs! #NewBeaconLife
As part of this term’s #drama focus on Hilaire Belloc’s narrative poem ‘Matilda, who Told Lies & was Burned to Death’ Yr 5 enjoyed creating the shapes of fire engines as a drama task! Hoses, sirens & lights were all featured with some original use of arms & legs! #NewBeaconLife

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