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The Concert

Even though, thankfully, we are very privileged and do not have to endure as many obstacles, this doesn’t mean we shouldn’t help when we can.

However, it was going to take a lot of time, commitment and preparation which is what our school encourages. ‘Crescit Perstudium Felicitas’ Endeavour brings success.’

After getting permission from the Headmaster me and my friends were determined to make the idea a success. We didn’t waste any time and later on I managed to negotiate with our very helpful Friends of Beech House committee.

We took the responsibility into our own hands and independently funded for it by donating food and drinks along with asking the art department for postures and a backdrop.

The amount of hard work in which was contributed to the event is something which I will never be able to fathom. The response given and the love shown from all pupils is an incredible achievement and resulted in our donations being the most made in the last 6 years compared to school. Be proud.

We had talented performances from our amazing music GCSE pupils as well as our very own Miss Carlile holding the live show. Of course, the ‘shout out’ would not be complete without thanking Mr Dowland for his time spent as a human target (it’s not as bad as it sounds.)

Overall, from the lights, stage, activities and Mr Dowlands foamy face, Beechella was and is something that I will never forget and I appreciate everyone who helped me. Thank you.


By Fiza Sharif (Year 10P)

Date online: 11 October 2017

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Academic Year 2017-18
17 May 2017 - 31 August 2018
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19 September 2017 - 31 December 2017

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