Protective Designs!

3 July 2020

Face masks are becoming an item of everyday clothing. As well as being used as an item for protection, many people are also wearing them as a fashion statement too. There are so many new, creative and imaginative designs being worn and it’s interesting to think about how extravagant they may become in the future.

Boys in Years 4 to 7 were given the opportunity to use their artistic skills to design a protective face mask. The winning design from each year group will be printed onto a mask and posted to the boys for them to wear! Well done to everyone who entered. The standard was very high and there was a great array of imaginative and colourful ideas.

Huge congratulations go to the winners for the above designs! For more fantastic entries, see the carousel below.

Michelle Jackson – Head of Art


Open Morning & Messy Play – Saturday 1 October

You are warmly invited to attend our Open Morning on Saturday 1 October from 09:00 to 11:00.

Please click here to pre-book an appointment.

For Early Years’ boys, we are also hosting Messy Play sessions 09:00 to 12:00 – click here to pre-book a session.

For a genuine insight into The Beacon, see our recent reviews from our ISI Inspection, Muddy Stilettos & The Good Schools Guide.