A Belmont education is one which many children would only dream about and there is little doubt that our environment is one of the great strengths that underpins the wholesome nature of our ethos and education. We offer outstanding forest school activities through our Outdoor Activities Co-ordinator.
The Early Years children are outside as much as possible so that these youngest children in the Belmont family are able to benefit from their woodland environment on a daily basis.
We not only offer an extra-curricular programme of activities to all our pupils, but we also allow all pupils to benefit from their woodland environment throughout the school day both at playtime and as a part of their lessons. We believe that learning outdoors can enhance the educational experience for pupils of all ages.
Typical learning opportunities outside the timetabled lessons include gardening, orienteering, cross country running, mountain biking, camp building, map reading, confidence course, long distance walking and expedition skills for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. We have learning areas in the woods where camp fires can be lit, survival skills learnt and independence fostered.
We are offering Early Years children who currently do not attend Belmont the opportunity to join us for a forest learning session. Children must be accompanied by an adult or guardian. Further information can be found on our Woodland Explorers page.
For further information or to book a space please contact our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org