During National Recycle week (20-26 September) we launched Belvue Hummingbirds as part of our campaign to make Belvue 'greener'. This week we set up recycling stations around the school showing everything we can now recycle at Belvue.
As part of their curriculum for work experience in the community, 5JG work on our Belvue allotment developing their communication, horticultural and team work skills. It is a beautiful space for our students and they work extremely hard there. The changes they will make during the changing seasons will be amazing.
Today in Work Related Learning one young lady worked really hard on her transition review, talking about herself and what she wants to do in her future and then writing it down independently. As a reward, not only she got a house point, she actually got to hold Oki, our youngest addition to Belvue with only 8 weeks. She was extremely careful and responsible, well done!!
In Enrichment, 5BS with FP and Bonnie made a sculpture of a tree reusing a paper bag. They cut leaves and also used autumn leaves that they collected on their autumn walk to the park. They developed their awareness on the importance of trees and looking after the environment by reusing and recycling for our lives.
During our Weekly Mindfulness Mile, 3CW found a snail and they were worried someone may tread on it. So 3CW decided to adopt Sammy the Snail and put it outside their classroom to keep it safe. Another student thought the clouds looked beautiful behind the church at the top of Belvue Park.