Online Safety

It has come to our attention that the momo challenge has been reportedly appearing in many different forms across social media, apps and online games.  This type of unpleasant and unnecessary hacking of children’s usual protected sites can create panic and distress amongst children in schools.

Please refer to the attached guide from the National Online Safety website.  Any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask.

Online Safety Guide for Parents

Beamont Collegiate win GOLD at the Warrington Wise Up Awards 2019

Head Girl, and Anti-bullying Ambassador / Student Parliament member collected the Wise Up Gold Award 2019 on behalf BCA Staff and Students. Wise Up is an annual awards scheme that looks to recognise and celebrate the excellent work that Warrington schools are doing to tackle the issues of bullying and hate crime. To be part of the Wise Up Awards, school councils are invited to submit a completed questionnaire that invites them to share the work they are doing. Schools are then invited to attend the Wise Up Awards Ceremony where they are presented with Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze Awards. Platinum and Gold awards are presented to schools which demonstrated outstanding practice.

Wise Up

GCSE Certification Evening – Thursday, 6th December, 2018

We are delighted to invite Year 11 leavers to collect your Year 11 GCSE Certificates on Thursday, 6th December, 2018

This is an informal event that will take place between 4:30pm and 6:00pm.  Light refreshments are available and an opportunity for you to catch up with old friends and teachers.

The certificates you collect on the evening are your formal GCSE Certificates as produced by the Examinations Board and should be collected and retained by you.  You will be asked to show these certificates during future interviews by employees or colleges.

We look forward to meeting you on Thursday, 6th December, 2018

Year 11 GCSE Examination results

All year 11 GCSE Examination results will be available for collection from the Academy between 09:30 to 11:00 am on Thursday, 23rd August, 2018. Pupils (candidates) should collect their own results.

We do however, recognise that it is not always possible for pupils to collect their results personally. In these instances the Year 11 pupil may elect to have their results given to another person (3rd party) . In this case the Y11 pupil should complete the appropriate sections on the letter issued to them on their leaving day, indicating who will collect the results. The 3rd party must present this slip on results day in order to collect the results. Please be advised that the 3rd party collecting the results MUST bring photographic identification with them on the day, as failure to do so will result in the centre not being able to release the results.