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Welcome to Belvedere Junior School

Belvedere Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

‘…and the main thing is learning’.

Harvest Festival

On Thursday 5th October, we celebrated our Harvest Festival in school. Children bought in an abundance of food to donate to Bexley Food Bank. Thanks go to everyone who donated and to Mr.Gillett for his homemade wheatsheaf display.  We look forward to delivering all of the items to the Food Bank early next week.

Mrs. Lomax and Miss. Wheble visit City Hall

On Friday Mrs. Lomax and Miss.Wheble were delighted to attend City Hall in London to meet Sadiq Khan and recieve a School for Success award. These awards are part of the Mayors programme to tackle inequality in education across London.

We were 1 of 5 schools in Bexley recognised and celebrated for the outstanding progress our most disadvantged pupils make from their Year 3 starting points. 

The award is proudly displayed in our reception area and is a reminder of all we do at our school to ensure all pupils can achieve whatever the set their sights on!


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Inflatables Afternoon

The PTA organised another successful Inflatables Afternoon this week. The children enjoyed jumping and bouncing away after school, whilst helping to raise the school over £600 to spend on new equipment and events for the year ahead.

Thanks to the PTA for putting on this event, the staff for their help and the parents for supporting our PTA. Keep a look out for lots more PTA events coming up in the near future.


Head Boy and Head Girl 2017-18

The voting has taken place and the votes have been counted. We would like to take this opportunity to say congratulations to Arshiya, Sara, Ezra and Usman for their campaigns and effort over the past week. Our new Head Boy and Girl are Billy Aird and Jemimah Mutamba. They will be representing the school and listening to the views of our pupils so Belvedere Juniors is the best it can possibly be.


Head Boy and Girl elections

The candidates for our new Head Boy and Head Girl presented their manifestos to the whole school today as to why they should be elected. Look out on Friday for some photos of the election afternoon and for the announcement of who has been elected! We can hardly wait...


100% Attendance Bike Raffle

At the end of every year we have a raffle with  the names of all of the children who have achieved 100% attendance during the school year.  We had 56 children in total- 6 more than last year! This year the winners were : Brooke in 40 and Lukas in 5G who accompanied Mrs. Lomax to Halfords. Grace in 6F has been at school every single day for 4 years so also won a bike of her choice.

An amazing job to everybody who achieved 100% attendance and we hope to have even more names in the pot next year.