Year 6 Trip to St Albans

25 February 2020

On Tuesday, our Year 6 boys visited St Albans for a joint Self & Society, Classics and History trip. We headed to the Verulamium Park where the Roman Amphitheatre sparkled in the well-timed sunshine and the mosaics at the Hypocaust didn’t fail to impress. We then headed to the Masorti Synagogue for an insight into Jewish tradition and culture, and we were privileged to observe many artefacts including a Torah scroll. Finally, we took a brief trip up to the Cathedral and wandered through the contrasting gothic and medieval architecture. The boys were particularly taken with the beautiful stained glass and the shrine of St Alban. The boys were a real credit to the school!

Tom Nicholls – Head of Self & Society

Virtual Open Mornings

To find out more about The Beacon, please view our Virtual Open Morning. There is a welcome address from our Headmaster, Will Phelps, followed by a virtual tour from our Year 8 boys, talks from our teachers and a Q&A session.

You are warmly invited to join our next live Pre-Prep Virtual Open Morning on Saturday 27 June at 10:00 to find out more about Beacon life in Reception to Year 2.

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