Our behaviour policy ensures that rewards and sanctions are utilised. We are embarking on how we can work with pupils so that they are aware of how positive behaviours improve their learning and they develop the skills to clearly judge their behaviour.

At Beam, we expect all members of the community to treat each other with mutual respect and take responsibility for our own actions. We expect our children to be kind and considerate to one another and to learn from our mistakes. We work in partnership with you to ensure your child is safe and ready to learn. The governing body takes behaviour seriously and recognise that we must promote behaviours which enable our children to succeed in their future lives.

Please read our behaviour policy.



In March 2016 the Department for Education (DfE) published a report on the link between absence and attainment in Key Stage (KS) 2 and KS4. The findings are based on the attainment of pupils at the end of KS2 and KS4 in state-funded mainstream schools in the 2013/14 academic year, compared to their level of absence across all years in the relevant Key Stage.

Key findings for KS2 show that, in general, the higher the overall absence rate across the Key Stage, the lower the likely level of attainment at the end of KS2.

WeeklyAttendance Update

Please click on the link below to view the school attendance in school for the week ending

WeeklyAttendance Update

Please click on the link below to view the school attendance in school for the week ending

Illness and absence

If your child is absent you must call the school office as soon as possible on 020 8270 4700 with the following information:

• Your child’s name and class

• The reason for your child’s absence from school (if illness, please state the illness)

• When you expect your child to return to school.

• If your child has a medical or other appointment could you please provide a copy of the letter to the office. The office can make a copy fo the letter if it assists you. Alternatively, you could email a copy of the letter to the office (

If you require special leave during term time you must obtain and complete a special leave form from the office, or by pressing here to download. This form will then be given to Miss Whittington for a decision and you will be informed of the decision as soon as possible.


A copy of the school’s Complaints Policy can be found on the website or please attend the school office to obtain a copy.