This year Belvue said goodbye to 29 leavers from both Year 11 and Post 16. It was an emotional time for many of our leavers and they gave the most amazing speeches expressing their thanks and highlighting their favourite time at Belvue. Our students are moving on to a number of different places (which will all be available on our Website in the new term) e.g. Ealing College, Capel Manor, Uxbridge College, Ambitious about Autism, Hammersmith College, Southall College, etc.
At Belvue we support the “WakeUpWednesday”online safety campaign. Amid the excitement of the World Cup it is important to stay vigilant online and make sure children are aware of the potential dangers that they may be exposed to during large sporting events. From cyber-attacks, malware, fake merchandise and fake ticket offers, this guide is designed to inform parents and carers about online risks relating to the football and how they can help keep their children safe on the i
Celebrating women’s right to vote All Belvue pupils contributed to the making of a Belvue banner to participate in the Nationwide Processions March on 10th June. This March celebrated 100 years of women being able to vote and showcased successes the women's movement has made in the last 100 years (professional women: lawyers, doctors,prime minister s) and also issues yet to be addressed (equal pay, representation in parliament) It was a spectacular day with marches across Lon