Thank you ASDA!
Thank you to everyone who voted for Belmont School as part of ASDA’s green token scheme! We were delighted to welcome to school ASDA’s Community Champion, Dawn, who presented us with a cheque for an amazing £500! This will help provide extra resources and support in school to make make the students’ learning experiences even more amazing! Thank you so much! Pictured with members of our school choir are (left to right), Neil (Co-chair of F@B), Mr Day (Headteacher), and Dawn (ASDA).
Belmont’s marathon heroes!
Huge congratulations to our London Marathon runners Mrs Hall and Mr Langton!
London Marathon update
A quick update before Belmont’s two amazing runners start their London Marathon quest on Sunday! Emma Hall, with the help of Belmont children completing a sponsored bounce this week, has so far raised £3,825 for Lymphoma Action! And Tom Langton has, to date, raised an enormous £1,218 for the National Autistic Society! Good luck Emma and Tom, we’ll be cheering you all the way!
End of Term Easter Newsletter
Newsletter March 2023
Appeal for earthquake victims in Turkey & Syria
In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria, we have joined with our neighbouring schools to help raise funds for the British Red Cross which is working to save lives and provide practical support to thousands of people in the affected areas. Please make a donation of whatever you can afford by visiting the JustGiving page via the link below. Thank you so much. JustGiving Cheltenham Schools raising funds for earthquake appeal
Managing Winter Bugs
With lots of common winter bugs and viruses circulating at the moment, the NHS in Gloucestershire, including the Paediatric consultant team, has developed advice for parents and carers of children to help care for them at home or know when health advice may be needed. There is understandable concern amongst the public following reports of children and young people with Strep A or Scarlet Fever going on to develop serious illness. However, health leaders are reassuring people that Scarlet Fever is usually a very mild illness that can be easily treated with antibiotics, and it is very rare for children...
Belmont Saturday Drop-In – future dates
Belmont’s regular Saturday Drop-in sessions are going from strength to strength! We are delighted that so many families are joining us and taking the opportunity to spend quality time together, and to socialise over a cuppa. The sessions are free of charge and open to all families who have a child, or children with autism or autistic traits, and we offer a whole range of indoor and outdoor activities, including cycling, crafts and soft play. Keep an eye on Class Dojo and the website for future dates, and the Eventbrite link to book your place.