WELCOME TO THE BELLEFIELD PRIMARY & NURSERY SCHOOL WEBSITE!
I hope you will find it a useful and interesting website where you can learn all about our school.
We are committed to providing the best possible education for the children in our care. This website will show you just a flavour of the sorts of things we do in order to make learning as much fun as possible.
If you would like to look around the school please ring to arrange an appointment for a guided tour.
See what's on the Dinner Menu. Dinners are £2.25 per day. Cheques should be made payable to Bellefield Primary School. Please put all dinner money in a named envelope and pass to your child's teacher or TA.
Hawthorn/Maple class assembly on 5th March was delightful. The children performed "The Billy Goats Gruff". This is linked to their 'Storytime' topic this term.
Book week was a huge success. There were some amazing book character costumes. Well done to all! Everyone enjoyed the Bedtime Stories in their pyjamas with hot chocolate and biscuits.
This week we will be sending a short questionnaire home to parents. This is about our school and your chance to have your say. We would be grateful for as much feedback as possible by the21st March 2014. Thank you to parents who have already completed one.
We are raising funds by selling wristbands for Sports Relief and children will be walking or running a mile during the school day on 21st March 2014.
Chestnut/Hazel Assembly is on 20th March 2014 at 10.15am. Parents are warmly invited.
After School Clubs
Current clubs have been running since 20th January 2014. There will be no clubs in term 5 (after Easter). To see what's on offer visit our After School Clubs page and call the School Office for availability.
If you have any used stamps, please bring them into school. We have been asked to collect them by one of our neighbours in aid of, the charity, Myasthenia Gravis Association. For more information on MGA please visit www.mga-charity.org.
We are collecting Sainsburys Active Kids vouchers please send in as many as possible. There is some really exciting equipment in the Active Kids catalogue.
Free School Meals
Every year the Government gives money to schools to help children from lower income families. This funding is called a 'Pupil Premium'. For every child registered the school gets additional funds that can be used to provide extra support and resources to help children do their very best.
Even if you do not want your child to have the school meal just by registering the school will get the funding and your child will be entitled to additional support. You could also receive help with the cost of school trips. To see if you qualify, and to register, for Free School Meals please click HERE.
Outstanding SIAS Report
In all Church of England schools an OFSTED inspection is closely followed by a visit from the SIAS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools) inspector. We have been graded 'OUTSTANDING' in our 2012 inspection! You can view a copy of the report on our REPORTS page. A big thank you to all who took the time to talk to the inspector and a huge well done and thank you to our Religious Education and Collective Worship coordinator, Mrs Rusling, for all her hard work.
To view the results of our 2012 OFSTED inspection go to our REPORTS page.
Latest School Calendar Events
- Chestnut/Willow/Hazel Assembly20Mar2014
10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
- Sport Relief day21Mar2014
- Sycamore/Oak Assembly26Mar2014
10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
- Easter Sevice03Apr2014
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ St Thomas' Church
- Break up for Easter Holiday03Apr2014
02:00 PM - 02:00 PM
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