Vision and Values
Belmont School's Vision
Development of the whole school learning community promotes personalised and independent learning throughout the learning journey for pupils and adults. Pupil voice informs all school development priorities – every child, every day make us Stronger Together.
Belmont is a very harmonious and happy multicultural school. We take pride in our diverse community and celebrate the achievements of all our learners, focusing not just on academic success but also sporting and creative achievements. The school ethos is underpinned by our commitment to children’s rights and how we follow them. As a nationally recognised we were extremely proud to gain the Gold Accreditation as a Rights Respecting School, we subscribe to and promote the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in all that we do, both within our school and in the wider community. British Values is promoted through our Rights Respecting work. Our children are our best advocates and demonstrate respect towards others in their learning, their friendships and in the roles and responsibilities they embrace with enthusiasm. At Belmont we have young teams of Rights Respecting Ambassadors, Eco Warriors, Prefects, Junior Librarians, Peer Mediators, Sports Leaders, Junior Travel Ambassadors and our School Council who all promote our values and contribute to making important decisions about the direction of the school.
We endeavour to make the learning at Belmont challenging, interesting and creative through following the statutory curriculum that we are required to teach whilst adapting it to the needs of all pupils. Our curriculum is enhanced to ensure that children’s learning is relevant, builds on their experiences and provides them with the skills they need to support them in later life. We aim to engender a lifelong love of learning for all. Our school development plan supports this learning journey.