Amanda Heaney - Outlook Web App StartFragmentOn Wednesday 17th October some students from 3GR and 3DN took a short walk to John Chiltern to play against their football team. John Chiltern had the home advantage and the were the favourites to win the game going on past fixtures, but this did not stopping two of our students putting away 7 goals between them. Another student did a great job as he also kept things organised in the defence only letting in 2 goals. All students th
Celebrations in the sun
•In 5SM we celebrated a students 17th Birthday with a balcony party in the sun! •We also got to use some very exciting machines in Construction!
Post 16 Art trip
Students took part in a gallery led workshop at the National portrait gallery on Wednesday 10th October where they looked at @ range of historical portraits and reproduced portraits that had been made in different ways. One was made from stained glass (copy by a post 16 student, bottom left picture) another the artist grieving after loss of his mother (copy by another post 16 student, top right picture).
Commissioned work by Post 16 Smashing Glass
Last years Smashing Glass group were commissioned by Architect Jas CHanne to make a stained glass window to go in his house. They worked alongside artists Maire Gartland and their art teacher Mrs Neal to recreate a sailing image as Mr Channe is passionate about sailing. These pictures show their final 9 panel window in place. Smashing Glass are always open to recieving commissions for new glass projects. If you have an idea for a piece of stained, applique or Fused glass you
Post 16 getting creative
This week 5SM have had a very good week. On Monday they tired themselves out working so hard at the Litten conservation area. They were lifting and carrying and identifying tools and even found time to say hello to a very friendly dog! We have been carrying on our topic on Masks in Art, this week concentrating on the styles and colours you would find on a mask for the Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’ festival
Students in Childcare have been learning about why play is important for very young children. In these photos students are playing with toys to assess how suitable they are for children under 5.
Foodie fun for KS4
4MF had the pleasure in taking part in Food Technology workshop on Monday 1st October 2018. This was arranged through Dynamic Training who are an approved training provider on the Register of apprenticeships training providers (ROATP), which is funded by the European Union Social Fund. They have been rate Good by Ofsted and are a Skills for Care endorsed provider. Through this they arranged for The Bite Me Corner to come to Belvue to show our students, as a taster, at what
Commonwealth Wrestler visits Belvue
On Friday 28th September, KS3 and KS4 students were very lucky to have a Commonwealth Games Champion come into school. Chloe, 6x British Champ and Commonwealth Games Finalist, took the morning assembly where she explained her success story to all of the students. Then each class had a session with Chloe where they participated in fun games and got the chance to ask Chloe any questions. Students thoroughly enjoyed the day and we thank Chloe for coming in to share her story wit