Belmont Community Primary SchoolAchieving excellence, putting children first


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Barasingha 2021 - 2022

Cricket and Countryside Day 

We had a super day at Belvoir Cricket Club! The morning was spent practising our cricket skills with ball relays, wicket keeping, bowling and batting. During the afternoon we had a great time with the army - having a go at an assault course and then taking part in some team building exercises!

Sports Day

Wow, what a wonderful afternoon! For the first time since the summer of 2019, the children were able to take part in Sports Day! They made the most of every moment and had a great time!

Mini Commonwealth Games

Wow, what a day we had at the Inspire+ Mini Commonwealth Games at the Grantham Meres last week! The children in Impala and Barasingha along with our Young Sports Ambassadors, were so excited to represent the country of Samoa as they took part in the opening ceremony procession around the track with a flag that had been especially made in school.


We began our day of activities learning a dance that we would go on to perform at the closing ceremony; then tried some athletics; took part in some team building games and had a game of boccia. All before lunch! During the afternoon, we met some special visitors including Paralympic Gold Medalist, Jonathan Broom-Edwards and Elsa. After an energetic netball session, we had a great time trying out some American Football skills with Inspire+ Ambassador, Sam Ruddock!


We all had a brilliant day and our thanks go to everyone at Inspire+!


More photos from the day are in the website Photo Gallery (click HERE) and can also be found on my Twitter feed @MrTogherbelmont.

Our Platinum Jubilee Celebration!

We had a super afternoon celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee! It was lovely so many of our families were able to come and enjoy a picnic on the field whilst being entertained by each class! I was so proud as we performed a rock 'n' roll medley from the 1950s with some fantastic singing and dancing! Everyone in the class was presented with a special medal and a book which I'm sure they will treasure for years to come.


The school made sunflowers to show our support for the people of Ukraine. Here is a photo of the ones done by our class.

The Easter Story - Church of the Ascension

We loved our visit to the Church of Ascension on Harrowby Lane for an Easter Experience. We were made very welcome, took part in several activities and learnt about the story of Easter.

Comic Relief Red Nose Day

This year, our theme for Red Nose Day was Super Heroes - whether it was Superman, Wonder Woman, a superhero of our own creation, or a local hero in our community. As you can see, the children had great fun!

Food Technology

In the spring term we have particularly enjoyed our DT food learning! We were excited when chefs Gavin and Mark from Chartwells returned to Belmont to teach us how to make Buritos! After learning about the ingredients we were able to make our own, yum! We have also had the opportunity to make and evaluate our own Mexican dips, carefully considering the ingredients used in them. 

World Book Day

The children loved the challenge from Mr Grossmith to create a book in a box for World Book Day. 

Learning About Vegetables!

As part of our Food Technology learning, we were excited to take part in a workshop led by Gavin, an Executive Chef from Chartwells who are our hot meals providers. It gave the children a wonderful opportunity to learn about vegetables and how they help keep us healthy. At the send of the session we were able to taste a hearty vegetable soup with bread. It was delicious!

Investigating Circuits & Making Torches!

As part of our electricity learning in science we have been investigating circuits. The children were tasked to make their own circuit which needed to include bulbs that would light, Following on from that, the children designed and made some fantastic torches!


We had a fabulous day when we went on our first trip in Barasingha Class! For the trip, the children were allowed to wear 1940's style clothes and bring along a teddy as well as the gas mask holder they had made at school. They were also given new names for the day - the names of real evacuees from the war who were evacuated from London to Stibbington. Upon arriving at the Nene Valley Train Station in Stibbington, we were met by our teacher for the day who led us to the steam train and took the register using our new 1940’s names. We then walked through the village and stopped at different houses which were used as real evacuation houses during the war.


After that, we were taken to Stibbington Education Centre, where the children took part in 1940’s-style school lessons. We created our own ID cards, practised our spellings using authentic pens, ink and blotting paper and enjoyed a break time on the school playground where the children had great fun playing with war-time playground toys!


During our spelling lesson, we were suddenly interrupted by an air raid siren and our teacher swiftly led us out to the school air raid shelter where we waited until the siren stopped. This really helped the children understand and empathise with what life was like during the war. All in all, a fantastic day out!


This term the class are working with Inspire+ coach Jack in boxercise for their PE lessons. They have really enjoyed the sessions and the effort they put in was phenomenal!

The Indian Experience With Sunita

Impala and Barasingha classes have had an amazing Indian experience with Sunita. We learnt about India, and the Hindu festivals of Diwali and Holi. Sunita taught us about some of her Hindu beliefs. Also we thought about some similarities and differences between England and India, as well as breaking some stereotypes!
We loved learning some Indian dances and creating Rangoli patterns too! It was a fantastic day!