Coronavirus Closure

Following on from the updated Government directive on school opening Beauchamp College is now closed to all but children of key workers at Beauchamp, Sir Jonathan North, Judgemeadow  and Brocks Hill Primary School who have registered for a place.

Welcome to beauchamp College

Beauchamp is an Outstanding College. We are a well-established, highly successful, ethnically diverse comprehensive college; this has greatly enriched our daily college experience. Our diversity is celebrated as we learn together and from one another through our formal and informal curriculum.

Beauchamp Live Tours 2020

Beauchamp Live is a chance for parents and carers of prospective students of any year to visit the college during a regular working day.

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Coronavirus Information

Following on from the updated Government directive on school opening Beauchamp College is now closed to all but children of key workers at Beauchamp, Sir Jonathan North, Judgemeadow  and Brocks Hill Primary School who have registered for a place.

Please note that as the virus spreads over time staff are likely to be affected and need to rest and isolate at home. Therefore we ask that you only send your child in if you need to and try to keep family members at home as much as possible. Please be patient if you are sending them in the mornings and respect social distancing rules as much as possible as we try to register them each morning. Thank you in advance for your support.

For further information, please see our letter to parents.

Letter to Parents

Home Learning

We have produced a PDF guide to assist students in using our e-learning platforms during the coronavirus closure. Please click on the link below to download the guide.

e-Learning Guide for Pupils

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At Beauchamp, we are proud of our successes and the opportunities we provide for our young people. Our exciting curriculum offers an extensive range of extra-curricular opportunities which should appeal to all students. Whether it be in sports, the arts, sciences or other areas of interest, we want to see our students flourish into independent, resilient and mature young people who are proud of their education and ambitious to reach their full potential regardless of background.

Beauchamp is a college steeped in traditions based on both academic excellence and holistic development. It is a college that supports learners to go above and beyond, both crucial ingredients in our recipe for success.

Our philosophy

At the heart of our approach to education are the '4Rs' which underpin everything we believe: Resilience, Reciprocity, Reflectiveness and Resourcefulness. Through promoting these core values we believe we can help equip our young people to, not only succeed academically, but also socially, spiritually, morally and culturally.

“Coming to Beauchamp has given me the chance to try lots of new things and that’s what I would say to new Year 7’s; try something new, don’t be shy because you’ll get help, and enjoy what you do.”

“Coming to Beauchamp has given me the chance to try lots of new things and that’s what I would say to new Year 7’s; try something new, don’t be shy because you’ll get help, and enjoy what you do.”

“I was nervous at first but soon I met lots of new people who I became friends with. Lessons like drama also made me more confident, they’re fun and teachers are very understanding of what we can do.”

“I was nervous at first but soon I met lots of new people who I became friends with. Lessons like drama also made me more confident, they’re fun and teachers are very understanding of what we can do.”

Future Students

Every year we welcome students from diverse backgrounds but every learner is given the same opportunity to grow, to aim high and fulfil their potential and to excel in every way. During their time at Beauchamp we encourage all of our learners to consider their next steps, develop big ambitions and to understand how to achieve their goals.

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