Our Easter newsletter can be found here.
It will soon be time for our Year 8 students to choose which subjects they wish to study as options in Years 9, 10 and 11.
To support students, parents and carers in doing this, we will be holding our annual Parents’ and Options Evening in school on Wednesday 3rd May, between 3:30 – 6:30 pm.
Today, we have also published our Key Stage 4 Options 2017 – Course Details Booklet which contains further guidance and information on courses.
Students will need to complete an Options Choice Form signed by parents/carers and return it to their Form Tutor no later than Wednesday 10th May.
All students have been e-mailed an electronic version of the Course Details Booklet and Options Choice Form today. Both documents can be viewed by clicking on the appropriate links above, or via the Curriculum section of the ‘STUDENTS’ or ‘PARENTS’ menu on our website homepage. Hard copies will be issued to students after the Easter break.
We have had a number of concerns raised over the last few weeks regarding parking on the Belmont Campus prompting us to send a letter home, read more
Our Y11 students are invited to attend Easter Booster Sessions. A copy of the letter which has been sent home can be found here.
Term 2 Assessment Week week information for students in Years 7, 8 and 10
In order to support students to prepare for their assessment week, a document has been produced for each year group, which specifies:
- Subjects being assessed
- Dates of assessment
- Topics to revise
- Resources, further information and support (web-links are underlined in the document in blue and can be accessed directly by clicking on them)
Each document can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link below:
All students have been e-mailed an individual copy of the relevant document for their year group. Students are also encouraged to take their exercise books home to help them prepare for their assessments.
In our February newsletter we shared our Ready- Respectful- Safe expectations for making our learning environment positive, happy, safe and focused on learning.
As we are approaching the Easter break it seemed an ideal time to update you on our Rewards Programme which compliments our school expectations.
Our rewards take a variety of forms, from phone calls home, Hot Chocolate with the Headteacher to vouchers and prize draws. Our full programme can be found via this link.
Please find information via this link, or under the Parents tab, letters, regarding this year’s Dukeshouse Wood visit.
Here’s how we enjoyed World Read Aloud Day this week.
The annual Lord Glenamara of Glenridding Memorial Prize recognises sixth form students from the region who have excelled in their studies while making profound contributions to their school or wider community. We are very proud of Thomas James who was runner up for this years award. Mr Nesbitt, who nominated Thomas for the award, said “Thomas has proven himself to be an outstanding, well rounded individual and an asset to the student body during his five years at Belmont Community School. Thomas achieved success both in and out of the classroom due to his growth mindset and the emphasis he places on acquiring new skills. In his time at Belmont Thomas exerted a strong positive influence in many areas of the school and the wider community. Thomas is an outstanding example of how a young person can have a substantial impact on individuals, their local communities and beyond. Moving forward we will continue to monitor Thomas’ progress with pride and anticipation.”
Thomas, his mum and Mr Nesbitt attended the ceremony at the Imperial College London where they had the opportunity to tour Imperial’s campus, meet with current students, and try their hand in the College’s Flight Simulator facility.
Thomas, pictured here receiving his award from Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening.