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Welcome

On behalf of the students, staff and governors of Belvidere School, I am delighted to welcome you to our website. We hope you will find a wealth of information about our school, which will provide you with an insight into the 'Belvidere 5 Year Journey' and enable you to share in our success and achievements.

We are immensely proud of the achievements of all our students and celebrate their success at every opportunity. These successes are built on a genuine partnership between students, the school, parent/carers and the community.

Every child is entitled to a quality education. Belvidere students are given every possible opportunity to understand that they belong to a collaborative and supportive community, so that they can believe they will to achieve their full potential and become aspiring and successful individuals who are able to realise their dreams.

If you wish to know more, please contact us to arrange a visit. In particular, if you are considering sending your son or daughter to Belvidere in the near future, please get in touch – I would be delighted to show you around.
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Pete Johnstone
Executive Headteacher    

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Vacancy - Teacher of English - January 2 …

Required from April 2023 or September 2023
Teacher of English – Permanent, full time - MPS/UPS
This position is suitable for teachers on the main and upper pay spines, including ECTs.

The closing date for all applications is Tuesday 31st January 2023 at 12 noon.
Interviews will take place week commencing 6th February 2023. An email will be sent, or telephone call will be made to shortlisted candidates with details of the interview process. If you
have not heard from us within a week of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

We wish to appoint a talented and inspirational Teacher of English, from the Summer Term 2023 or September 2023. The post will be permanent, and full-time. The successful candidate will be
able to teach English across the 11-16 age range, including the Language and Literature elements of our current GCSE courses. The ability to teach KS3 Drama would be desirable.
English results are strong and the successful candidate will join a talented and committed team of teachers.

Further workplace, duties and responsibilities can be found in the job description.

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“I’m very happy with my son’s progress, he enjoys school and loves to learn. I'm very happy with the school and the education he receives. We are so proud of our daughter, her resilience has improved tremendously since being at Belvidere, as has her self-confidence so a HUGE thank you to all staff for helping her achieve this.” Parent 2020

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“My son has had a wonderful school experience at Belvidere - be it theatre trips, excursions to France, visiting the World War 1 trenches, Berlin, Sports Days, the amazing school productions, music performances. The list is seemingly endless. We are very grateful for all of the experiences that Belvidere has offered to him, and we recognise that this is completely above and beyond the important work carried out in the classroom.” Parent 2020

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“Thank you for your support as a school. I know my children are in a good place in Belvidere and both doing well and that you are working hard as a school to meet all the year groups provision academically and pastorally. Well done to your staff for their hard work and dedication.“ Parent 2020

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“ Sincere thanks for all that the school and individual people have done to make both my daughters' school lives mostly joyful, eternally memorable and shaping both their minds and futures in ways we can all only begin to guess at, especially this year with respect for all that you have done for them. Thank you, thank you, thank you.” Parent 2020

Yr 7 Student

"I am really enjoying Belvidere. Getting to meet people at the Summer School helped me to feel more confident and we had lots of fun"

Parent

"I’m so grateful for the wonderful teachers at Belvidere and all the time, care and hard work they have invested in my children."

Parent

"It must be so hard for the teachers that the school year and all the work put in to get the students through GCSEs has ended so abruptly." 

Parent

"Thank you all again..... Belvidere is an excellent School and we're so pleased that our boys made the choice to spend their Secondary School days with you"

Parent

"We have always found that Belvidere has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and both our children have benefitted from this excellent school"

Yr 11 Student

"I am looking forward to going to college next year and I feel that Belvidere has prepared me very well for this"

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Belvidere School
Crowmere Road
Shrewsbury
SY2 5LA

Belvidere School

TrustEd CSAT Alliance

Executive Headteacher - Pete Johnstone CEO - Sarah Godden                                           
Head of School - Paul Farr Deputy CEO - Pete Johnstone
Chair of Governors - Paul Jones Chair of Trustees - Chris Mathews
SENDCO - Katie Wrenshall-Jones  
Curriculum Lead - Sally Wood  
   

Telephone: 01743 235073
email: reception@belvidere.shropshire.sch.uk

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NEU Strike Action - Wednesday 1st February 2023

As you are no doubt aware one of our teaching unions, the National Education Union (NEU), has announced strike action. 
In our case, we have a large proportion of our teaching staff who are in the NEU. Because of this we will need to close our school largely to students (Years 7, 8, 9 and 10). 

Year 11 only will be able to attend school as normal

SEND pupils: Our school will be open to previously identified vulnerable students. Arrangements to book a place can be found via this link https://forms.office.com/e/WpV432U7gY - please return this form by Monday 30th January 2023

Distance learning: all pupils in years 7, 8, 9 and 10 will be guided to work to complete through Go4Schools.

Free school meals: The school kitchen will be open and anyone requiring a school lunch should let us know, using the following link https://forms.office.com/e/JKSyN3mjs9 and can collect a packed lunch from 12.00. Please complete this form by Monday 30th January 2023

Thank you for your understanding, and we will endeavour to ensure that the strike days run as smoothly as possible for our pupils (especially our examination groups) in these difficult circumstances. We will write to you nearer the time of the later strike days and indeed before February 1st should this situation change.

Yours sincerely
Paul Farr, Head of School