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Year 3 and 4 Boys Football Club September 2017
Year 5 and 6 Boys Football Club Sept 2017
Summer Holiday Clubs 2017
Letter – Yoga Bugs Club
Letter – ‘Change 4 Life & Multi-skills’ after school club
Belmont Primary does not accept bullying of any kind!
Within school we have a dedicated team of Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. These are children from Years 3-6 and were nominated by their peers. The ambassadors attend Anti-Bullying Club every Monday lunch time and are currently being trained to achieve their gold award. The children hold assemblies and workshops within school, to educate their class members and highlight causes, effects and preventions of bullying.
Miss MacSween and Mrs Hughes are the Anti-Bullying Co-ordinators for the school.
If you think you are being bullied or want any advice please speak to a teacher or adult about it.
Don’t suffer in silence!
Click on the links below to find out more about anti bullying, watch videos, play games, get advice, and much much more:
Belmont has a buddy system during lunch time where Key Stage 2 children go to the Key Stage 1 playground to interact and play with the younger children. They are identified by wearing fluorescent orange bibs.
We also have a buddy stop for children who want to play with somebody different.
Wait here at the buddy stop to find new friends!
Breakfast club starts at 8:10 and is available for children from Reception to Year 6 and is on every day. The cost is £1 per day payable at the beginning of the week or on the child’s first visit of the week. Children who are in receipt of Free School Meals (not Universal Infant Free School Meals) do not have to pay. We serve a range of cereals, toast & jam , milk or fruit juice. We plan to have themed breakfasts on some days too!
Multi-Skills club is ran as a ‘Change4Life’ sports club. This innovative programme is part of the Youth Sport Trust and aims to harness the inspiration of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The club’s aim is to encourage participation and active lifestyles. At the heart of our club we aim to instil confidence and competence in children to begin a positive, sustained interest in physical activity.
Would you like to send your child to the moon on a supersonic space mission, or to the jungle to meet tigers and bears?
Using a combination of storytelling and yoga inspired moves, our after school club sends children on exciting adventures which have been designed to develop their creative imagination. Our club is jam packed with fun adventures, activities and games, which help increase children’s confidence and improves their flexibility and co-ordination. Children have a truly magical experience, whilst benefiting from the exercise.
Come and enjoy the motivational class, where children learn to dance in a safe environment. With fun loving teachers, who will bring out their natural ability and most importantly let them have FUN!
Multi- Skills with Guy Sports
Multi Sports After School Club is held on a Wednesday and Thursday and is run by Guy Sweetman. Their aim is to develop and improve the sporting ability of all children through a structured, enjoyable and rewarding programme of fun and games with your friends. Sports include football, tennis, dodge ball, Kwick cricket, rounders, golf, athletics, tag rugby and many more. Trophies and medals are awarded every half term to children who show good behaviour and sportsmanship.
Girls and Boys Football Club is open to Year 5/6 children on Tuesday evenings 3:10pm – 4:15pm. We aim to provide fun, informative and active training sessions using speed, agility, quickness equipment and on improving fundamental skills such as: dribbling, passing, tackling and target shooting. Team motivation and encouragement are key factors to the club. Each training session involves a short 5-a-side match to put our skills into practise! Inter-school friendly matches are organised and we have the opportunity to play in two tournaments throughout the year.
Children from Years Two and Three are able to work practically and collabortively to complete fun scientific investigations.
The photograhs below show children making ‘orrible ooze and creating a water explosion!