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As part of their learning linked to their IPC topic 'Express Yourself', our Year 5 pupils contributed to Centrepieces art project focusing on mental health.  Read more below to find out more about Year 5's contribution.

  Our Year 5 teacher Mrs Handy has shared the following about the project: 

"Belmont Academy invited Centre Pieces Mental Health Arts Project to visit our school in order to work alongside the year 5 pupils. During the day the children created pieces of art all about feelings and emotions. This work forms part of our topic for the term “Express Yourself. It was an enjoyable experience for the children, who were all able to express themselves through colour, mark making, clay and pastels. The children also learnt about the valuable work the charity does for mental health within our community.

Some examples of the children’s work will be on display in the pop up gallery in the old Argos building, Bexleyheath during the next few weeks.

We would like to say thank you to Karen, Peter and Lucy from Centrepieces for a very enjoyable day."

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14th May 2020 UPDATE:

Dear Parents/Carers,

Following recent developments shared by the government we would like to assure you that we are in the process of digesting the guidance and planning a safe return for some pupils.

We understand that you are no doubt feeling anxious about your child possibly returning to school and the safety of pupils, staff and our families remains paramount to us and central to the planning process.  Full consideration will be given to all aspects of reopening and being COVID-19 secure and we hope that you will be confident with the decisions that are made.  

We will communicate with you before the May half term the school's plan for a partial phased reopening.

Please use this link to read a statement made by LSEAT CEO Sam Parrett:

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