At Belvoirdale we believe that learning happens everywhere and where better to start than right here in Coalville by discovering the amazing history of this unique town!
Our school corridors and display boards show many images of Coalville through the ages and our curriculum reflects the wonderful learning experiences that are within reach if you are prepared to do a little digging!
Belvoirdale Primary School is leading the way in our community by working with The North West Leicestershire Council, The Coalville Heritage Society, Heritage First, Well Read, The Coalville Times and the Coalville Family of Schools on a number of Coalville-Based-Community projects which will provide unique and exciting learning opportunities for all our children.
Clock Tower Restoration Project
Year 5/6 children will be learning about the Clock Tower and the Memorial Square and presenting their findings to the leader of the council in the council chamber at the end of the month! Please help the children in this project by providing information by completing the survey attached or on Survey Monkey: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Q9G7YJ7
Find out more at the Choose Coalville website: www.choosecoalville.co.uk/choose-coalville/coalville-clock-tower-project/
Coalville Young Writing Anthology
Fourteen pieces of writing will be selected from Belvoirdale children and published in a book containing work by other local young writers and available to buy at Picnic in the Park on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June. The school will be writing on Monday 4th June.
Coalville Day Thursday 7th June
Belvoirdale will be learning about Coalville’s rich history and historic buildings from members of the North West Leicestershire Council and Mr Dax in a fun-packed assembly inspired by the 1932 film available from the British Film Institute (BFI) https://player.bfi.org.uk/free/film/watch-coalville-street-parade-1932-online.
A large board will be designed and painted by the children and displayed at Picnic in the Park alongside other boards from the Coalville Family of Schools.
If you can help in any way; please get in touch!
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