Class Attendance Winners this week were 5G. Make sure you wear your own clothes to school on Friday!

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’.

The Pioneer Academy Golf Competition

Tuesday 20th June 2017 saw the culmination of an ongoing project supported by the Golf Foundation, where 8 of our children were taken by coach to the Bromley Golf Centre to compete in a competition against Burnt Oak Juniors.

The competition was fierce and the behaviour was even better! We are very proud of how our children represented Belvedere Juniors and the Pioneer academy.



Year 6 return from Isle of Wight

Year 6 returned safely from the Isle of Wight on Friday afternoon. Lots of tearful reunions were had and they will be telling stories about their adventures for the next 5 weeks and beyond.  Make sure you look on the Isle of Wight 2017 tab to see what they got up to each day!

Wellbeing Day

On Friday 12th May, to help celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, the whole school took part in a range of activities to promote wellbeing. Shooting Stars Circus taught workshops to enable the learning of new skills and build up resilience amongst our children and staff! The children also took part in activities such as smoothie making and circuits classes. Great fun was had by all.


London History Day 2017

 On Friday 26th May the children came to school dressed as various historical figures.. We had  Queen Victoria, Albert Einstein and several Suffragettes all over the playground!The day was wonderfully organised by Mrs. Kalsi who held an assembly to engage the children with the history of Britain and why this day is so important for us to celebrate.


Year 5 Architect Visit

Year 5 were very fortunate ​to have four architects come to Belvedere to work with them to link with their ‘It’s a Wonderful World’ topic. The children had a fabulous time designing and building dens inspired by shapes found in nature,using only bamboo canes and old sheets. The results were impressive and the children's structures were soon put to the test when we had a night of torrential rain. Most of the dwellings remained intact afterwards, which proves that the children had learnt much from nature about good design. They also raised over £50 for the Save the Children 'Build a Den Day'.


Easter Bonnets

We had over 100 Easter Bonnet entries this year and the artistic talent of the children at our school truely shone through.  The judges deliberated and eventually chose a winner and runner up from each year group. The Winners were: Harry Hanscombe 3P, Leah Mills 4F, Brooklyne Buttigieg 5B and Sukhmani Bhogal 6W. The Runners Up were: Maxwell Stevens 3T, Michaela Sheehan 4F, Sahil Banga 5B and Aaron Robson 6L.

World Book Day 2017


World Book Day was celebrated in style  by children and staf,f with the best costumes that Belvedere Juniors have ever seen! The children  enjoyed a class swap to read to each other their favourite stories and voted on the best costumes in each year group.  At playtimes, the School Council were set the challenge of finding groups of characters and taking selfies!  Big thanks go to Mrs. Turner, our Literacy Leader, for organising such a fun filled day. More photos can be found in the gallery tab under World Book Day 2017 later today.

Glorious Golf

We are widening the range of sports offered to the children in our school. After weekly golf lessons with Mr. Senington, a group of 12 pupils have been specially selected  to receive specialist golf tuition from Tim, the golf professional from Bromley Magpie Golf Course. They will have been having lessons after school so watch out for some familiar names in the future as the next Rory Mcllroy may be currently in our school!


Rainbow Day


On Friday 10th February we all came to school dressed in an array of colours to celebrate 'Rainbow Day'. Here at Belvedere Juniors we are part of the 'Educate and Celebrate' group of schools where we celebrate the differences we all have. We are developing an understanding of  how to live in the World harmoniously with no prejudices.

Sugar Smart


Well done to our 'Change 4 Life Champions' who represented Belvedere Juniors at the Bexley Sugar Smart Launch.  They will be sharing all that they learnt with us all soon.  Well done for being such amazing role models and representing us with such pride and enthusiasm.

Natalia Cohen


Last week our year 5 and 6 girls were lucky enough to be invited to Burnt Oak Juniors to listen to the inspirational Natalia Cohen speak.  She told of her incredible journey sailing across the Pacific in the first ever solely female crew.  She spoke of joy, pain, sufferring and achievement. Many of our girls were truly inspired by her words of encouragement to take everything one step at a time - make sure you ask them all about it!



Congratulations to our graduates who have been working with 'The Brilliant Club' this year!  Your hard work and dedication really paid off and you made the school very proud at the graduation celebration at Cambridge University.

Boris of Belvedere

Today was the first visit of 'Boris of Belvedere' our new reading dog.  We hope that over the next year many of you will get the opportunity to read with Boris - he is a very good listener!


The Bug Hotel is complete!


Mr Gillett and the gardening club have been working hard on the Belvedere Bug hotel for weeks and we are proud to announce it is now complete!  Stay on the look out for our new creepy crawly inhabitants soon!



Mr Gillett and his band of merry volunteers this week have been busy planting our new trees. It  has been lots of digging and lots of mud but we can't wait to watch them grow! - Thank you Mr Gillett

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