We are happy to announce another year of improving outcomes at the Beacon Business Innovation Hub. Once again our results are well above national averages for other Alternative Providers. This reinforces the hard work and dedication of the staff team who support learners from a variety of different starting points.

All of our Level 3 courses achieved a 100% pass rate students and staff on the Sport, ICT, Health and Social Care and Business courses were delighted with the results. We also had another cohort progress into university. Four of our students have progressed onto degree courses, 9 students have progressed onto Apprenticeships and 5 onto higher level courses at College. We have ensured a second consecutive year of 100% progression for all our learners. Year 11 student Jessica Tucker achieved a 6 in English, 5 in History, 4 in Maths and passed vocational qualifications in Animal Care and Catering. Jessica is moving on the Capel Manor to continue her Animal Care studies.

This year we have had more students achieve grades 4 and above in Maths and English than ever before. This shows how providing focused support in a calm atmosphere, whilst maintaining high expectations can enable any student to achieve excellent results. Our Year 11 students also made exceptional progress this year such as Nabiha Chowdhury who achieved 6’s in Religious Studies and Art, a 5 in History a 4 and 5 for double Science and 4’s in both Maths and English. She joined us at the start of year 11 having missed the majority of her Year 10 in mainstream. She will now be progressing to a local college to study at Level 3.

‘We are extremely proud of the results and the students. During a difficult year we have achieved a Good Ofsted report and our best ever set of results. The vast majority of our students have made exceptional progress with us. Every student who attended the School has a clear progression route into employment or training. We are proud of our four students progressing to university, it is an amazing achievement and we wish them every success in the future.’
Trevor Button
Principal BBIH