KS4 Football Team
The KS4 boys football team played their first league football game at Rectory Park this week. They played well as a team and despite narrowly losing both games, they worked together as a team and enjoyed the games. Well done KS4!
Visit by a Bee Keeper
On Monday 20 September, a bee-keeper named Annie visited Belvue School. With her she bought a special bee-hive so we could look at and learn about honey bees. It turns out that honey bees are amazing. They live in colonies of around 80,000 but only 1,000 are male. Each hive has one queen who can lay up to 2000 eggs each day during the summer. Honey bees are very organised and tidy, and they keep the hive clean and tidy. They like to nest in holes in trees but will use s
Weather Presenters at Belvue
The Humanities students role played being TV weather presenters. They looked at the world climate map and using symbols they described the weather in different places. They spoke in loud, confident voice, having a smart presentation when addressing an audience, be ng on time for their job and greeting their audience.