Why Join Us?
Academic development for each and every student is our priority and we deliver this with a carefully curated blend of exceptional teaching and support staff, a progressive attitude to delivering challenging learning and an evolving environment that creates a community of motivated, successful students.
However, academic success is not gained in isolation. We feel strongly that the keystone to each student’s time at Beaconsfield High School, and therefore the guarantee of their future accomplishments, is our focus on nurturing, wellbeing and safeguarding. In tutors, teachers, Heads of Year and even their peers, students find support and guidance through the many stages and struggles of secondary school education and growing up, and a foundation that enables them to strive for the remarkable.We are one of the top schools in the county for our A-Level and GCSE results, and our students’ extra-curricular development and self-motivated learning is unsurpassed. When you join Beaconsfield High School you unlock the tools that will cultivate your future self.
Our inclusive and welcoming community gives students the freedom and security to expand their minds, not only from the thought-provoking education they receive in the classroom, but also the life skills they are encouraged to develop at every juncture.
For a truly holistic and fruitful educational experience, we provide a varied and exciting extra-curricular programme that mixes activity, creativity and intellectual exploration. Our exceptional sports teams and clubs, our professional-standard dance and music departments and truly unique drama offering are just some of the areas where students can grow and express themselves. We offer a varied and engaging mix of societies, from Model United Nations and MEDSOC, to Linguistics and Coding, and our school trips, starting with the team bonding Bushcraft at the beginning of Year 7, are designed to broaden horizons and build confidence.
Preparing students for learning and life
Our learning environment plays a huge part in the development of our students, from university-grade science laboratories and ICT-enabled classrooms, to a fully equipped sports suite, multi-subject computer rooms, design studio, food technology rooms and large art spaces. We are constantly investing in our facilities to ensure our students excel, whatever the subject.
Learn more about our KS3-4 Curriculum
Meet our current Senior Prefects
Senior Prefects 2022 - 23 (ID 1092)
Sophie DaviesHead Girl
I'm incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to take on the role of Head Girl in the coming year as I am really looking forward to working with the whole senior prefect team. I love creating and organising and I can't wait to begin implementing all of the wonderful ideas that the team bring to the table.
I wanted to be Head Girl as I wanted to have the chance to create positive change within the school community and work within the fantastic team of my peers. My main focus in this role will be to encourage further communication between the year groups, with a specific focus on their mental wellbeing, and work towards creating an even more cohesive environment within the school as well as continuing our commitment to the wider community.
Finally, a little bit about me: I currently study English Literature, Drama, Modern History and Classical Civilisation and some of my hobbies include playing sport, acting, reading, writing and singing. I also love talking to people so feel free to approach me at any time!
Grace MacmillanDeputy Head Girl
Hi I'm Grace Macmillan and I am Deputy Head Girl! My time at Beaconsfield High since Year 7 has provided me with the fundamentals to blossom as a student and as an individual. It's such an honour to have the opportunity to work with the rest of the sixth form prefect team to help provide the kind support and guidance given to me in the past. I am very excited about planning and implementing new projects to further enhance the school community and the culture of care that we are all so proud of.
Lastly, a bit about me: At A level, I am studying English Literature, Media, and Psychology. In my free time I enjoy reading, listening to music and volunteering at my local radio station. I also love watching different sitcoms like Modern Family and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt!
Yasmin NobleDeputy Head Girl
Hi, I'm Yasmin Noble and I am beyond excited to take on the role of Deputy Head Girl!
I'm really looking forward to working with the senior prefect team to enhance the supportive and friendly environment that has made my time at Beaconsfield High School so enjoyable.
Ever since Year 7, I have been so inspired by the prefects, their role model qualities, and positive initiatives. I therefore cannot wait to collaborate with the team and positively impact not only the school, but also wider community, and make a difference.
Finally, here's a little bit about me: I'm currently studying Modern History, English Literature and Spanish. In my free time I love to dance and teach others at my local dance school. I am also a very chatty person so really enjoy connecting with people from across the world through my volunteering!
Hi, I'm Lauren and I'm one of your new Blossom Prefects, alongside Radhika!
I am very excited to take on this role, and help continue the Blossom Legacy. I chose the role because I want to make the Blossom Programme much more accessible to students around the school, as well as provide support for both tutor and tutee. I am really passionate about helping everyone here, and I am organised so you will never be out of the loop! I also hope I can be someone that the younger years see as friendly and approachable!
I take Spanish, Psychology, and Business, and in my free time, I love to spend time with my friends, watch movies and listen to music!
Hi, I'm Radhika and I'm one of the new Blossom prefects alongside Lauren!
I'm excited to take on this role to continue creating a lasting legacy for the Blossom tutoring program, created by the previous Blossom prefects, and I hope to do this by making it more accessible to students.
I hope to do this by putting up QR codes around the school directing people straight to the sign-up form, removing the hassle of going through the VLE and maybe even having a meeting every month, where tutors can come if they are struggling or if they'd like to share tips. I am passionate about helping people and am organised so I will always strive to keep everyone involved in the Blossom tutoring program up to date.
A little bit about me: My A levels are Maths, Physics, Graphics and Computer Science. Outside of school, I love to do karate, draw digital illustrations and solve weird Rubik's cubes.
Hi, my name is Anna and I am doing Psychology, Chemistry and Biology at A level and an EPQ. I'm very excited to take on the role of Careers Prefect alongside Ananya. I will do my best to guide and advise younger years with their career choices and provide them with any resources and support that they might need. I work at a sports club where I have learnt leadership, teamwork, and communication skills, all of which I will utilise in this role.
A bit about me: I love sport - I play football and hockey outside of school, and I enjoy doing activities outdoors - especially in summer! I also enjoy helping people and am eager to get started with my role!
Hi, my name is Ananya and I am one of your new Student Careers Leaders!
I am so excited to take on this role and help students throughout the school figure out where their passions lie and how they can achieve them, whether they are in Year 7 or Sixth Form. As a result of this, I am looking forward to collaborating with students in other Bucks schools to generate the best ideas for publicising careers opportunities and to impart important knowledge and resources throughout the school.
Just so you can get to know me more personally, I am taking Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology for A level; I also love to play cricket as well as enjoying a good chat, so feel free to say hi at any time!
Lily BlairCharity and Fundraising
Hi, my name is Lily and I'm one of your new Charities and Fundraising Prefects!
I'm so excited to take on this role as I really believe it is possible to make a difference in the world if we work together and dedicate some of our time and effort to helping each other. The school is already working with so many amazing charities and it would be my aim to maintain these great connections and hopefully forge new ones through various projects, campaigns and fundraising events. Student view is so important, so if anyone has any ideas or suggestions I'd be glad to take them on board!
For my A levels I am studying Government and Politics, Philosophy and Ethics and History. I enjoy running and playing the piano, and I've been vegan for three years!
Simran DhadliCharity and Fundraising
Hello! My name is Simran Dhadli, and I am delighted to be one of the new Charities and Fundraising prefects this year.
I chose this role as I wanted to involve myself within the school community by helping others. I want to promote the numerous charities our school support whilst raising awareness for other causes. Becky High is incredibly supportive and gratuitous and in turn, I want to show my appreciation by giving back to the school community. Lily and I are looking forward to encouraging our school community to get involved with fundraising events and promote ideas on charities they may like to support.
I am currently studying A level History, Politics and Psychology. In my free time I love to read, spend time with my friends and enthuse over motorsport, especially F1!
Hi I'm Izzie and I am so excited to be eco prefect this year, along with Victoria.
I've always been really passionate about the environment, being part of the eco committee and helping clear out the pond etc. So I really wanted this role so I could continue the improvements that have already be made within school as well as using some of my ideas to do even more for the environment. I would love to feel like I've made a real difference as time is running out to save our planet.
For my A levels I am taking Drama, English Literature, Biology and Psychology and I love to dance and act.
Hi, I'm Victoria and I am delighted to be Eco Prefect this year, alongside Izzie.
It's very important for our generation to work to protect the environment, so I can't wait to help BHS do its part. Together, we can bring about lasting improvements to make the school site an environment to be proud of and help the planet as much as possible. I would also love to see how we can use the nature around us to benefit overall student wellbeing.
For A levels, I take Biology, Classical Civilisations and History (which I hope to study at university). I also love the arts and can often be found in the Music Department!
Mollie GriersonEquality, Diversity and Inclusion
Hi, my name is Mollie and I am delighted to be one of this year's EDI prefects here at Beaconsfield High School.
I believe that listening to and acting upon student voice is a crucial part of achieving our school vision together and with the other EDI prefects - Alesha, Annabel and Raviga - I hope to have a positive and sustainable impact on our school community.
We are looking forward to increasing diversity and representation within school through ensuring that every voice is heard - something I am particularly passionate about as a Becky Minds mentor for years 7-11. I am extremely excited to take on this role and look forward to implementing mine and other's ideas to improve equality, diversity, and inclusion here at Beaconsfield High School.
I am studying Government and Politics, English Literature, and Modern History for A level, and something you may not know about me is that in my spare time I play rugby and am an avid reader!
Alesha HarveyEquality, Diversity and Inclusion
Hello! My name is Alesha, and I am one of the new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion prefects along with Mollie, Annabel and Raviga.
I wanted this role because It's so important to me that everyone in our school community feels included and welcome. I have many ideas to help with this, and I want to make sure our school is the best it can be to support all current and future students.
I am particularly interested in improving awareness and representation of disabilities. I have found that this is not talked about very much at the moment, so I believe I can really help educate people on this area.
I take Maths, Computer Science and Psychology. Outside of school I love to play guitar and listen to lots and lots of music!
Annabel SantnerEquality, Diversity and Inclusion
Hello everyone, my name is Annabel Santner, and I am an Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion prefect along with Mollie, Raviga and Alesha. I am currently studying Music, Chemistry and Psychology at A level and enjoy participating in various music ensembles inside and outside school.
I am excited to have this role as I believe every pupil deserves to feel safe and represented and I have many ideas about how to make sure this is the case. I applied for this role because I want to make sure everyone's voice is heard, no matter their identity or background and it will give me a great opportunity to learn about the different cultures, identities, and experiences of my peers.
During my time as Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion prefect, I hope to encourage students and teachers to educate themselves and each other about important matters such mental health and issues surrounding the LGBTQ+ community.
Raviga TheesanEquality, Diversity and Inclusion
Hello, my name is Raviga and I am one of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion prefects along with Alesha, Molly and Annabel.¯I'm currently studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths A levels and my hobbies include playing the violin, keyboard and solving puzzles with my family.
I am so excited to have been chosen for this role as I have many ideas I would love to implement in the school to celebrate and recognise everybody within our diverse school community.
One of the key reasons why I wanted this role is because I would like to create an environment where students feel more valued and appreciated, even more then we already are, no matter their background, culture, religion or ethnicity. This will allow us to learn more about our peers and grow as individuals but also as a school as a whole.
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Renee EverestGuardian Angels
Hello, my name is Renée, and I am so excited to be one of the Guardian Angel prefects along with Sophia!
I wanted to take on this role as I believe mental health and wellbeing is incredibly important and should be emphasised especially at a school like ours with such high achieving students.
I have struggled at times along with many people I know, so I understand how prevalent it is and how it can affect all aspects of your life. As this is a new prefect role, I am looking forward to developing our presence in the school along with Sophia, creating an environment where people feel comfortable and encouraged to reach out and just be a friendly face that people can trust.
I am currently studying Maths, Physics and RPE and in my spare time I love to listen to music, spend time with friends or watch documentaries by Louis Theroux.
Sophia OrrGuardian Angels
Hi! My name is Sophia, and I'm one of the Guardian Angels (or GA) prefects at Becky High, along with Renée!
My main reason for becoming a GA prefect is that I want to help create a greater sense of school unity and togetherness. Additionally, I believe school should be a 'home away from home' and a place we all feel comfortable to be entirely ourselves, and so I hope to assist anyone who isn't quite there yet to feel more at ease and make friends.
My role as GA prefect will involve being a friendly face to talk to, and running a club for the younger years where we play games, chat about anything going on, and - most importantly - eat lots of biscuits.
I'm currently studying English, History, Drama and Latin, and - when I'm not studying - you'll find me writing, sipping a mug of tea, or singing obnoxiously loudly!
Hannah DaviesHarnessing Emerging Technology
My name's Hannah and I am so excited to be one of your new Harnessing Emerging Technologies (HET) prefects, along with the other Hannah! As this is a brand-new role, my aim is to implement new and exciting technologies into this school to make all our day-to-day activates easier and more innovative.
As a senior prefect, I hope to be helpful and approachable in this role and be a useful asset to the senior prefect team and school in all their Office 365, printing, WIFI and technological needs. My aim is to create a legacy for not only this role, but for the school, as a leader in harnessing new technology that can be implemented into our everyday school life.
A bit about me is that I take Physics, Maths and Business Studies at A level and I also love to dance!
Hannah WoodHarnessing Emerging Technology
My name is Hannah, and I am one of the Harnessing Emerging Technology prefects. I am currently studying Chemistry, Computing, Maths and Physics and I hope to do Computer Science in the future at university.
Outside of school I love to swim and play guitar. I also volunteer at the local garden centre for my gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. Furthermore, I run Coding Club and Guitar Ensemble with my friends.
I wanted this role as I would love to help other students make the most out of their school experience. I truly believe that this would be an incredible opportunity as I would be able to be a role model to other pupils. I am excited to work with the school in order to help improve the implementation of technology in the school community.
Artemis Lazar AdehLogistics
Artemis Lazar Adeh
Hello, my name is Artemis, I am the Logistics prefect alongside Natasha.
When I found out that Logistics was a role I could apply for, I jumped at the opportunity. The thought of creating and managing school events is unbelievably exciting to me. Fun fact, at open evening, I gave six tours without any breaks, I love it maybe a bit too much. I hope to make school events better than ever before and create new events, which shall stay as a surprise!
Some information about me, I am studying: Biology, Chemistry and Maths and an EPQ. Outside of school, I adore taking part in sports in particularly taekwondo and tennis and watching Korean dramas!
Hi! My name is Natasha, and I am delighted to be one of your Logistics Prefects this year, alongside Artemis.
I love organisation, running events, and having the opportunity to extend my creativity by working collaboratively with my peers, which was why I was so excited when I discovered the role of Logistics Prefect existed at our school.
I hope to ensure the continued smooth running of events (especially open evenings) and use my experience of them in younger years to help improve them for those at Becky High now, and those looking to join our school community.
Currently I am studying Chemistry, History, Latin, and Psychology and in my spare time I love to bake (banana bread is my go-to!) and spend time with my dog.
Hello, my name is Danika and I'm thrilled to be the Media Prefect this year!
I chose the media prefect role because I believe that showcasing Becky High's talent and promoting our wonderful initiatives are essential aspects of the school. I'm also excited about operating the Senior Prefect Tik Tok and Instagram account and bringing a modern and creative approach to our social media platforms.
Moreover, I'm looking forward to working closely with our wonderful Charities and Fundraising Senior Prefects to promote and showcase our impactful fundraising events. I would also like to work on new advertising for our exciting schemes and events. One aim is to aid societies in advertising and creating engaging posters to exhibit all the groups we offer and help unite the Becky High community.
I currently study Biology, Chemistry and Psychology at A level to study Biochemistry at University. You can usually find me in the music department as music is my main interest and I participate in seven music clubs!
Ash PadiyarSenior Student Council
My name is Ash and I am the Senior Student Council for 2022/23.
I currently take four A levels which are Biology, Chemistry, Maths and French. Having been at Becky High since Year 7, my personality and academic ability has blossomed and made me the person I am today. This role enables me to give back to the school by way of support to my peers and those in the younger years. It will allow me to be the voice of reason at meetings whilst also giving me the platform to improve my public speaking.
I am excited to engage and hear from our student body and be the channel between us and the teachers. So please feel free to approach me with your ideas or come along to meetings but be prepared to have a healthy debate. Let us continue to make our school remarkable!
Apart from volunteering in my local community my hobbies include singing, playing piano and swimming.
Hi! My name is Umayma and I'm really excited to take on the role of STEAM prefect this year!
I have many ideas for the coming year including running clubs across all years and can't wait to start implementing these. I'm really passionate about science and wanted this role to showcase some fascinating things within this field and to inspire many more students to explore all things STEAM.
I can't wait to meet everyone who has an interest in these subjects and hear all your amazing ideas, so feel free to come and say hi anytime!
A little bit more about me: I'm currently studying Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths. I love to read books, especially fantasy and non-fiction and my favourite sport is rock climbing.
Mariam AhmedHouse Student Council - Holmes
Hi, I'm Mariam and I'm delighted to be the Holmes House Student Council Prefect this year!
I want students to feel confident in voicing their ideas and concerns. Through this role, I aim to be a friendly face for students to come talk anytime, and I want to encourage communication and discussion across all years of how to improve our school. I look forward to collaborating with the rest of the House Student Council team to ensure students' voices are heard, and work with students to implement changes to strengthen our school community even more.
I'm currently taking Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths and outside of school, I enjoy painting, cooking and kickboxing!
Eesha BainsHouse Student Council - Parks
Hi, my name is Eesha, and I am excited to be this year's House Student Council Prefect for Parks.
My aim is that students across the school feel as though they are able to voice their concerns or suggestions on how to improve the school environment. I would love to be able to build a bridge between the students and staff within our school community by ensuring that everyone feels involved and that they are able to see change based on their suggestions.
Finally, here's a little about me! The A levels I am currently taking are: Spanish, Psychology and Politics. Outside of school I love to help my local community, spending time with my friends and going for walks with my dog.
Niveka LiyanagoonawardanaHouse Student Council - Rambert
My name is Niveka and I am delighted to be the current House Student Council Prefect for Rambert!
I believe that student voice is critical as it promotes unity within our school. My role as House Student Council Prefect is to create a warm and caring environment and ensure that your opinions and ideas are heard. So, feel free to come and talk to me at any time!
I am currently studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths. I enjoy playing the violin, piano and I also sing. During my free time I love to volunteer at a local charity. I also love travelling and am bilingual.
I am thrilled to represent Rambert in Student Council Meetings! I look forward to working with my fellow House Student Council Prefects and ensuring that we make your ideas and visions a reality!
Teja ParchuriHouse Student Council - Blackman
Hi! I'm Teja, Blackman's new House Student Council Prefect.
I currently study Maths, Economics, Psychology and Further Maths and I am delighted to take on this role. I believe that the Senior Prefect team can work together to enhance our school environment, pushing it to be the best it can be.
My aim is to help maintain and improve the implementation of ideas from all year groups in order to develop a fully integrated and inclusive school environment where the student voice is at the forefront of how we operate. I look forward to engaging with student representatives in the lower years to get started on making a difference to our community!
My interests outside of school include dance (I do a classical style called Kathak), meeting new people and listening to music!
Nathesa SivakumaranHouse Student Council - Hamilton
Hello, my name is Nathesa, and I'm delighted to take on the role of student House council for Hamilton this year.
As a member of the House student council, my goal is to ensure that students feel safe and happy at school by working with my peers to improve the working environment. We will be prepared as a team to respond quickly to any concerns that arise, as everyone's concerns will be treated equally. I'm excited to meet with other students to make a difference and leave a great impact on the school, as well as to ensure that every student's voice is heard.
Most of all, I am really looking forward to working with the students and also with the senior prefect team this year.
I amââââ‚¬Å¡¬¯doing A levels in Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology, and I enjoy volunteering in my community, learning new musical instruments, and playing badminton. Feel free to approach me at any time during the school day!
Riya VardamHouse Student Council - Hamilton
I am honoured to be taking on the role of House Student Council Prefect for Hamilton.
It has always been an ambition of mine to create a positive impact, and witnessing the school evolve over my time here, I wish to do the same. I am enthusiastic about helping address the concerns of the student body and increasing the say that students have. Each student at this school is what makes Beaconsfield High School unique, and therefore I feel privileged to be in a position that aims to ensure everyone's thoughts and opinions are heard. I am keen to make everyone at this school experience a sense of belonging whilst feeling valued and understood.
I currently enjoy studying Biology, Chemistry, and Maths at A level. I love sports, reading, volunteering, learning new things and spending time in nature. It would bring me nothing but joy to talk to any of you, so please feel welcome to approach me anytime!