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School Uniform

The school uniform consists of black/charcoal grey trousers/shorts or skirt, grey/black/white socks, sensible black shoes, a white polo shirt and a blue sweatshirt/fleece/cardigan with the school logo. Girls may wear a blue/white gingham dress. The sports kit is royal blue shorts and yellow t-shirt with the school logo and trainers/plimsolls. In the winter, a tracksuit may be worn. A coat is important as we often go outside to enhance and enrich the curriculum. Please ensure all clothing is clearly named. For safety reasons, pupils are asked not to wear jewellery.

Uniform can be purchased from Baileys, a local shop on The Parade, Exmouth. Alternatively, you can order it online by going to and selecting our school. Second hand uniform is available from the PTFA.

it ’s so cool! Quote from p Our Curriculum

At the Beacon it is our aim to provide a curriculum that inspires and motivates our pupils. We all know that when children are excited and engaged in their learning they make good progress.

We place great importance on pupils being active participants in their learning and work together to ensure they become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens.

We fully recognise the importance of developing pupils’ essential skills in Maths, Literacy and Information Communication Technology.

In addition to this, we provide many opportunities to explore and develop pupils’ creative, physical, cultural, spiritual, personal and social skills. We pride ourselves in giving a wide range of real and relevant learning experiences through a broad, enriched and differentiated curriculum.

‘Outstanding engagement with parents and carers’ Ofsted 2011

We know that pupils need to develop transferable skills which reach across different subjects. Our curriculum is based on the development of essential skills, attitudes and attributes to allow pupils to succeed both now and in the future. As a support to our class based work, we use the local community and surrounding area very well to stimulate pupils’ curiosity, motivation and desire to learn.


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