Brilliance in Beech House

Brilliance in Beech House


Eliz Noyan
Eliz Noyan
Brilliance in Beech House
Firstly, I have to congratulate the top five students in Beech House with the most Reward points:
1. Jessie M        217 R Points    0 C Points

2. Jack M          199 R Points     0 C Points

3. Khushal G     194 R Points   -2 C Points
4. Charlie A       185 R Points     0 C Points
5. Ronnie F       182 R Points   -16 C Points
These students have shown they are helpful, kind, considerate and are aiming for the best in every single lesson. The Keys to Success are met in every lesson and they are students that follow the school’s 3Rs moto: Respect, Relationships and Responsibility. They are role models that students from all year groups can look up to.
 
Maisie H, Rebecca P and Chloe S are representing Beech house in this years school production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. The show dates are Monday 12th, Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th February and tickets are available via Ticketsource 
 
The Heads of House are all getting very excited and our competitive natures are kicking in leading up to our next house event starting in the week beginning March 4th…BMS Interhouse Gaming competition. There will be a sign up sheet sent out soon, so keep an eye on your emails if this is an opportunity you want to get involved in. Could you win against your Head of House? Come along and see! It’s going to be good fun!
Any questions you may have about upcoming events, make sure to find your Head of House and they will be able to help.

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