LAST WEEK IN BELMONT

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May, 17
Warm weather

The weather is getting warmer and summer is just around the corner. Please ensure you send your child into school with sunscreen, sunhat, water bottle and healthy snack. All students who stay for afterschool club are encouraged to bring an additional snack to eat before club. It may be helpful for the child if their afterschool snack is labelled.

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May, 17
French workshop for KS2 parents

We would like to invite our KS2 parents to a French workshop on Wednesday 22nd May at 9.30. Madame Radet, our French teacher, will update you on how French is taught at Belmont and will share the skills and strategies we use. It will also be an opportunity to find out how Google Classroom is used to support French lessons.

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May, 17
Year 6 completed their SATs this week

Year 6 on completing their SATs this week. Their positive attitude and determination ensured they all tried their very best. We are so proud of their efforts and exemplary behaviour throughout the week. Year 6 can now look forward to their residential trip on the Isle of Wight and the end of year show. A BIG thank you to the Year 6 team for their wonderful teaching and for the exceptional pastoral support they give to our oldest pupils.

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May, 17
Walk to School Week

Next week we are taking part in Walk to School Week (20th -24th May). The nationwide event is organised by walking charity, Living Streets, and is designed to help pupils experience first-hand the importance of walking to school. Children will be well on their way to reaching their recommended minimum 60 minutes of physical activity per day before even reaching the school gates! This year’s challenge, The Magic of Walking, encourages children to travel actively to school every day of the week.

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WELCOME TO
BELMONT PRIMARY SCHOOL

A very warm welcome to Belmont Primary School

Our school is a very happy, vibrant, supportive and welcoming school where children are at the very centre of all that we do. We aim to provide a balanced, creative education in a stimulating, safe environment where children can maximise their talents and abilities, develop a pride in their achievements and feel happy, confident and secure as part of a friendly and caring community.

Elaine Lacey
Headteacher

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