Belgrave Primary School
Belgrave Primary School was opened in 1968 and was originally a one form entry primary school. It became an infant school in 1974 and returned to being a primary school in September 2008. Since 2008 our admission number has been 30 and we are a one form entry school. The school is attached to Westminster Park Community Centre which serves the local area.
In December 2021, Belgrave Primary School converted to an academy and became part of The Learning Trust (Multi Academy Trust).
The school is well resourced with laptops and ipads in Key Stage One and Two in addition to desktop computers in the Key Stage Two workspace. All classes have interactive whiteboards. We have large practical “workspaces” outside the classrooms which are used for a range of lessons and activities including art, design and technology, Computing and group teaching. We have two playgrounds at the front of the school, a wooded area used for Forest School, a sports pitch and an outside play area at the back of the school by the Reception classroom. We have one small group room which is used for interventions and peripatetic music lessons. The Honeypot is a room used to support children with additional needs and intervention.
Pupils in Years 1-6 have indidvidual lockers for tehir belongings. We have a well-equipped play Reception / Year 1 outdoor area to develop children’s physical skills.
We have our own school kitchen which is adjacent to the school hall and our pupils love Jo's cooking! The school hall is used for: PE, music, clubs, assemblies and as a dining area.
We offer wrap around care before and after school at The Happy Hive run by Teaching Assistants here at Belgrave - please see the tab at top of website for more information.