What a term it has been! The last month has been particularly exciting with our invitations to take part in the Belton House Community Star project and St Wulfram's Christmas Tree Festival where children made decorations based on the theme of 'Symbols of Hope'. We know lots of you went along to the church to see the beautiful trees on display.
We were also excited to welcome everyone to our Christmas Fayre. This was a resounding success, raising £880.00, thanks to your generous support.
The children in EYFS and KS1 were very excited to perform their nativity, 'The Twinkly Night' in front of their families. They worked so hard learning lines, dancing, singing and playing instruments and everyone had a wonderful time!
A particular highlight of the festive season was the Chartwell's Christmas Lunch! It was delicious - our thanks go to Miss Rowlands and Miss Misiak for cooking the meals!
We were glad so many were able to join us at annual Carol Service at the Church of Ascension last Thursday. Our thanks go to the Reverend Sam Parsons for her kind invitation to the church. We were also able to gather together in the hall for our Christingle Service today, one of our very special events of the year. This was followed this afternoon of course by the Christmas parties which were great fun!
The end of term brings some sad farewells, as we say goodbye to Miss Short and Mr Wilson who has been the fantastic caretaker of our school for a number of years. We thank them so much for all their work and dedication and wish them the very best for the future.
You can read more about the activities that have taken place over the term in our latest Newsletter which has been sent home via ParentMail. A copy can be downloaded HERE.
The Governors and staff at Belmont would like to take this opportunity to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year. We hope you are able to enjoy some wonderful times together over the Christmas period and look forward to seeing everyone again on Wednesday, 3 January 2024.