Members of the school community ‘face the freeze’ in our Crisis Icebreaker Challenge.
Beech Hall School raises a highly-impressive £2000 for charity, as one hundred individuals participated in a 24-hour Swimathon.
A wonderful evening of music to kick off the Michaelmas Term
Our fantastic new building is now officially open and in use!
All the thrills and spills of bonfire night 2019, courtesy of the BHPA
All things Christmas at Beech Hall including the antics of our naughty little elf!
A fantastic display of creative talent thanks to our GCSE art students of 2019
Beech Hall School is investing heavily in its facilities with a new 1,000 sq. ft Science and Technology building, commencing with a first demolition to get the highly-anticipated project underway.
Pupils at Beech Hall School have recently returned from an adventure fuelled, three-day educational excursion to Glaramara in the Lake District.
Beech Hall School recently welcomed former Olympian, 200m breaststroke swimmer James Kirton, for a motivational day of fitness and fun.
Beech Hall welcomes some of our favourite book characters!
A group of photographs donated to us by Mr Haydon Luke, former assistant master at Beech Hall School from 1960-61.
Members of the Beech Hall School cohort have attended a prestigious parliamentary reception at the Palace of Westminster, following the school’s community partnership with leading pharmaceutical brand, Pfizer UK.
Beech Hall Pupils Inspired by the International Kids Film Festival
Well done to all pupils raising money for a worthy cause
A magical evening of music, singing and performing from Beech Hall pupils
An incredibly informative Battlefields trip in France and Belgium. Including a visit to the Passchendaele Museum bringing the reality of war to life with artefacts, dugout, trench and the startling development of warfare. This was followed by a moving service at the Menin Gate at Ypres including Last Post and official laying of our Beech Hall wreath, thanks to Tom and Anna for conducting this important role with such dignity and respect. It’s been a trip of learning, respect, memories and remembrance.
What a fantastic evening thanks to our wonderful Beech Hall Parents Association - great fireworks, beautiful fire, great food and drinks, and top company. Lovely to see so many families and friends at this super community evening, including so many pupils both present and past - you are always very welcome.
Wonderfully creative costumes from pupils for this years World Book Day
Always a fantastic day of sporting & family fun, finishing with our traditional swimming gala in the outdoor pool.
The Magical Christmas Jigsaw. 'At a bustling Christmas market full of the joyful sounds of carol singers and cheeky market sellers, five excited children come across a very special stallholder who gives them a tatty old Christmas jigsaw in return for the promise that they will find time to complete it on Christmas Eve. As the children gradually piece the jigsaw together with the help of a very special visitor, the Christmas story comes to life with all the traditional nativity characters.'
Impressive pupils at Beech Hall School were presented with certificates and trophies to celebrate their incredible successes this year at the school’s Prize Giving. The academic year culminated with the exciting awards ceremony and swimming gala, held on the lawn, offering afternoon tea and introducing inspirational guest speakers.
Beech Hall School staff and pupils had a day of bright and messy fun when they held a colour run as its final fundraiser for the NSPCC. Pupils from reception up to year 11 wore their most crisp white clothes and ran laps of the school field diving and dodging as teachers took aim with their colour bombs. The year groups started in waves with reception kicking things off. Over £100 has been raised for the NSPCC and more is still to be counted from the run.
2017 saw 14 Beech Hall pupils from Years 10, 11 & 12, Mr Allen and Miss Fitzgerald, experience a twelve-day expedition hosted by African Adventures included a weekend excursion to the Cape Coast – Cape Coast Castle which was largest place to accommodate slaves in the 19th century (1500 at its peak) and Kakum National Park. We worked in two local schools, working in the classroom, building and making bricks
Pupils really outdid themselves this year - choices of characters and effort put into their costumes was amazing!
Juniors and Seniors tackle Science challenges to celebrate British Science Week
This week Pre-Prep have had lots of fun baking bread over the campfire in Forest School
Fun in the sun raising money for a very worthy charity... from Red Nose Day merchandise to wearing as much 'Red' as we can..over £600 raised! Well done Beech Hall
A fun and colourful afternoon of Easter Themed Arts and Crafts
The theme for this years Infant Easter Competition was 'Rabbits' and what wonderful rabbits we had!
The Inaugural Beech Hall Bake Of has been a huge success - with pupils showing commitment, determination and the ability to work across year groups. CONGRATULATIONS to our finalists and of course our winners for 2017
Enterprise Tuesday at its best! From imagination to creation,pupils have now tested and launched their rockets, measuring distance and accuracy on target.
This week in French and Food Technology the infant and junior children have been learning about the festival of ‘L'Epiphanie.
Annual Beech Hall Inter House Arts Competition, Yew, Oak and Ash produced some truly winning performances for this years Competition!
This year Juniors performed Lights, Camel, Action, a modern twist on the traditional nativity. Following The Bethlehem Broadcasting Company as it records a dazzling dance show to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
This years Infant Nativity was called The Sleepy Shepherd. A delightful musical about a dozy shepherd who just can’t seem to stay awake but this might mean he misses out on adventures?
Beech Hall School kicked off the festive season with a spectacular winter wonderland at its inaugural Christmas Markets on Friday 25 November. The unique event saw parents, pupils, staff and the local community browse 20 stalls and visit Santa’s Grotto at the Tytherington based school. Guests indulged in Christmas classics such as mulled wine, mince pies and food prepared, cooked and served by the pupils from our brand new food technology lab.
A very excited Pre-prep I, II and III visit The Random Apple Company, ready to spot 'juice worthy' apples and press their own apple juice!
Beech Hall pupils showed their support for Children in Need this year organising a delicious cake sale and having a colouring competition to design the most creative 'Pudsey'
Thursday 10th November saw Beech Hall pupils take to the stage for the annual Autumn Music Concert. An evening filled with with plenty of magical moments, as our Juniors and Seniors took to the stage to entertain an audience of parents, friends and family.
Pre-Prep III learn all about Diwali, the festival of light making their very own diyas
Each year we extend a very warm welcome to our Lower and Upper V pupils and their parents and extended families, as well as last year's Year 11 pupils for Senior Prize Giving
A special celebration was held at Beech Hall School when local chef Sam Karle cut the ribbon to unveil the new state-of-the-art Food Technology Laboratory.
Beech Hall pupils and staff extend a very warm Macclesfield welcome to Mrs Elizabeth Lewis, Professor Lewis' mother who, like Beech Hall, has celebrated her ninetieth birthday in 2016.
Pupils put our fantastic new facilities to the test!
With the Paralympics coming to an end, Seniors at Beech Hall experience Blind Football and learn what it would be like to loose one of their senses!
Exciting times ahead for our Nursery and Pre-prep I pupils! Joining the new Forest School curriculum at Beech Hall School, enjoying time outdoors and learning through different activities
Fantastic efforts from all pupils involved in today's Beech Hall Triathlon - from swimming to biking and running! The sun was shining and plenty of water was taken on board by all- A great afternoon of outdoor sport, with lots of enthusiasm and plenty of smiles! well done everyone
An inspirational group of seven Beech Hall pupils raising money for Park Lane Special School
Beech Hall pupils take to the track and swimming pool for 2016 Sports Day and Swimming Gala
A fantastic Countryside Taster Day at the Riverside Park Ranger Centre organised by the Bollin Valley Rangers.
Beech Hall School hosted a very British Garden Party on Friday 13th May to celebrate both the Queen and the school itself turning 90.
As part of the 90490 events this year, the Physical Education Department organised the very first Beech Hall School Triathlon
One of our 90 events for 90 years events saw pupils of all ages participate in running a relay with an official Olympic Torch
A showcase of our Y11's GCSE Art & Design work
Firefighters from Macclesfield Fire Station came to visit Beech Hall Nursery - we even got to wear their helmets!
Infants and Pre-School take a trip to Manchester Airport and get to experience 'Concord'
Images from Brad's 2nd flight into the skies of Cheshire, on his quest to become a pilot!
Action shots from this weeks Netball vs The Ryleys
Pictures captured around the school during March
Fantastic creations from all our Pre-School and Infant pupils for this year's Egg Design Challenge - well done team!
A delightful evening of music held in the main hall
Learning, Learning, Learning!!
All the thrills and spills from Science Week at Beech Hall School
On Friday March 18th, Beech Hall School welcomed the visit of the MP for Macclesfield, Mr David Rutley, to open our brand new outdoor classroom located behind the swimming pool.
On Friday, 16 Beech Hall School students began a two-day Sports Tour in London with the hopes of defeating their Southern counterpart Riverston School in the annual sporting tournament.
As our very own Brad takes to the skies to obtain his Pilots Licence - follow his progress through his regular news updates, written by the pilot in the making himself!
A fantastic trip to Manchester's very own Museum of Science and Industry. We found lots of fun things to do, and even did some screen printing too!
Thursday 26th February saw the staff take on the pupils in a football match as part of our '90 events for 90 years'.
Year 3 travelled back to Tudor times on their trip to Tatton Hall
Students and staff at Beech Hall School went above and beyond to dress as their favourite story book character for World Book Day. The variety of different novels enjoyed was evident as witches, wizards, Where’s Wally’s and wildcats, to name just a few, were seen wondering around the halls of the school
Beech Hall Art students visit Liverpool Tate to find inspiration for their own works of art
As part of our '90 events for 90 years' celebrations we held a staff vs pupils netball match. Y11 girls came up against a strong staff team and played exceptionally well
Pre-School to Y11 get involved in all the action celebrating Shrove Tuesday with Pancake Races
Beech Hall Nursery and Pre School enjoyed Chinese themed activities to celebrate Chinese New Year
Beech Hall Infants enjoyed a trip to the Heritage Centre in Macclesfield as they are currently studying 'Life in the Victorian Era'
Pre-School and Infants had lots of fun in their very first Forest School Lesson building houses for Fairies in the woods
As the clouds rolled away and the sun shone down with even a little warmth on our backs, we celebrated the launch with an impressive 90 photograph on the lawn in front of our magnificent building, a stunning walk along the Bollin Valley (including our Nursery three-year-olds, they were awesome!) and the release of our anniversary balloons. Four hours later and our newest Beech Hall fan had posted his balloon tag on Facebook from Grimsby, almost one hundred miles away! Today has been a wonderful, community event in which pupils and staff alike have participated in the true spirit of the event - we were brilliant!
Each year Beech Hall School holds an Inter House Arts competition. Each house includes pupils from Pre-School to Y11, and all ages work together to put on a performance at the end of the Michaelmas Term. Congratulations to Oak House who were this year's winners.
A fantastic way to get into the festive spirit with the whole school enjoying Christmas lunch together
Pupils from our Juniors took to the stage to perform 'A Midwife Crisis' for their 2015 Christmas production
This year our talented Pre-School and Infant pupils took to the stage to perform 'Whoops - A - Daisy - Angel' a nativity play with a twist!
Monday 21st December saw children from Beech Hall Nursery take to the stage to perform a very special version of 'The Nativity'... not a dry eye in the house, and a perfect way to end the Michaelmas Term
Never to old to enjoy some festive fun!
This years inflatables were a huge hit!! Lots of smiling faces filled the sports hall for this year's Junior Christmas Party!!
Pre-school and Infants enjoyed a fantastic day of fun and festive activities and even had a special visit from the man himself!
There's lots of festive fun to be had at Little Griffins Nursery this Christmas!
Y11 travel to London to watch Woman in Black
As part of literacy & PSHE Y5 and Y6 have made their own 'Pandoras Box'
Glaramara Parent & Child Weekend 2015 On Friday 13 November 2015, an excited group of parents and children ventured up the M6 for their annual weekend way at Glaramara Outdoor Activity Centre.
With Remembrance Day at the centre of this week and poppies being worn throughout the school, pupils from nursery to Y11 paid their respects.
Some of the highlights from the 2015 BHPA bonfire & firework display.
Action shots from a fantastic game of football v Edenhurst
All the action from Wednesday's U9 Netball game vs Edenhurst
On Wednesday 14th October, the U11’s played football against Edenhurst.
On Tuesday 20th October, 10 children from Little Griffins Nursery joined Beech hall Pre-school and reception classes to discover what it is like to go to “big school”!
This week at Little Griffins the children have enjoyed the following............ Letter/Sound of the Week E
A fantastic sunny afternoon of mixed U11 netball. Teams from Edenhurst, Park Royal, Alderley Edge and The Ryleys attended and great fun was had by all our competitors, followed by a lovely afternoon tea on the lawn.
Congratulations to Sophie Burgess who gained first place in the KS4 2D Art, Harry Key who gained 3rd place in KS4 drawing and Bea Darwent who gained 3rd place in KS4 3D Art.
Highlights from the U16 Rugby match vs Westbourne
On the sunny afternoon of the 2nd of October, the U16 team travelled to Westbourne for an exciting match of Netball.
A special evening to celebrate great achievements throughout our Senior School
It's been a totally 'Dahlicious' Day, here are a selection of some of the highlights
Highlights from U16 football match vs Ramillies, Friday 18th September 2015
Some shots from our victorious netball game vs Kingsmead 18 September 2015
Y9 River Study, Goyt Valley, Monday 14th September
Little Griffins Sports Day 2015
A selection of memories of Sports Day 2015