5PP and others students from the college took part in a workshop about moving onto college or apprenticeships. Young people discussed the options available and the importance of having your say when decision making.
This week 5AH have been exploring Height, we have been measuring objects and ourselves! We have used rulers, height charts and boxes which we had to build up, we have had lots of fun! We have been using centimetres and feet to record our height.
It’s been a truly eventful year so far and OAK4 are delighted to be back at school and getting back to some sort of normality. One of the favourite events in the year for the learners is undoubtedly TUCK IN TUESDAY (previously known as Foodie Friday). What a joyous occasion this was!!! We put on all the frills and celebrated in true style by cooking a proper “family” meal together. Succulent roasted chicken wings, crispy roast potatoes, honey glazed carrots and scrumptious br
KS3 pupils took part in a multi sports event run by Panathlon. Some of our KS4 sports leaders helped organise the event. Everyone had lots of fun and enjoyed trying out and experiencing different sports. Everyone who participated received a medal. Well done!
Sycamore 2 held an assembly this week to mark remembrance day which is held on 11th November every year to remember those that have fallen during the two world wars and all wars since. Belvue school observed a one minute silence at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month. During the minutes silence we were able to hear the echo of the gun salute being made from Northolt air base.
4AM watched videos from last year celebrations to understand how important it is to remember about the soldiers and all that fought in the war. We spoke about their heroism and sacrifice. Then we made poppies and wore them for whole day with proud.
During half term Leo was very busy working very hard to pass his therapy dog assessment! Although he has been listening to pupils in 3CO read and has enjoyed students taking him out for walks in Belvue Park for the past few years, he now has achieved his special certificate! All the staff and students are very proud of him and he can't wait to start the Read2dogs scheme at school with different classes around the school.
The Humanities students had a fantastic time with Noel Hayden doing a workshop on the environment and extreme weather. They used recyclable materials to build shelter tents and tested them to see if they were wind proof, flood and rain proof. They developed their awareness on the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling to help the natural environment.