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Launching our Get Set Eat to Fresh with Aldi and Team GB

We are taking part in Aldi's and GET SET Eat to Fresh along side Team GB

 

This is how to help us. 

 

This September, Aldi’s Kit for Schools promotion is giving 20 primary schools the chance to win £20,000 to kick start a health legacy for their school.

 

What’s more, every school who enters by completing their Aldi’s Kit for Schools poster will also receive an exclusive school sports kit!

 

Taking part:

 

1. Collect. Ask members of your school community to pick up their Team GB sticker whenever they spend £30 in any Aldi store, and bring the stickers into school to add to your Aldi’s Kit for Schools poster.

 

2. Explore. Try out each poster’s 150 healthy challenges in assembly or the classroom, and explore the Get Stuck In teaching resources from the Get Set to Eat Fresh education programme.

 

3. Win. Complete the poster with 300 Team GB stickers to receive a school sports kit and the chance to win a cash prize of £20,000 to build a health legacy at your school.

 

Find out more and get stuck in at

getseteatfresh.co.uk/kitforschools

 

Travel to Tokyo Competition

 

Well done to all families and staff who are logging their physical activity levels throughout the summer holidays. 

 

Update on the top 10 leader board so far:

 

1st. Shonar class are leading, logging 39344 hours of physical activity

 

2nd. Purple class are in second place with 1527 hours of physical activity 

 

3rd. Komola class are in place with 419 hours of physical activity

 

4th. Zalia class

 

5th. Vert class

 

6th. Benguni class

 

7th. Blue class

 

8th. Shobuj class

 

9th. Nil class

 

10th. Roxo class

 

Keep logging your physical activities everyone!! 

 

 

Get Set Travel to Tokyo

Get Set has launched it’s Travel to Tokyo Initiative. It is designed to encourage pupils and their families to get fit and compete against other schools, and other classes within our own school. Throughout the school holidays, adults can log onto the Get Set website and log their child’s activity onto their new class’s link, giving their child’s class an advantage before September. There are prizes to be won!

Search Get Set Travel to Tokyo or copy and paste https://www.getset.co.uk/travel-tokyo

Click on Log Activity.

It will ask for our school’s postcode RM10 7HX.

When you enter the postcode our school name will appear twice.

Click on the drop down menu on the bottom William Bellamy name and then click on your child’s new class.

You will then be able to log their activity. Make sure you scroll down and click on SUBMIT

The more you log, the more chances your child’s class have of winning prizes.

Anyone who logs an activity during the school holidays, will win a fun prize for their class for September 2019. Good Luck and stay active!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sign up to Judo Club for September

Details below

 

                                          TKJ Judo School Academy

                                        Great News!!!

                                 We now have some spaces available for

                                     Judo sessions for the new term (September)

If you would like to book your child a place, please contact

Turan Kiani

Tel: 07849656562

Or Email – turankiani@msn.com

(Please note spaces go on a first come basis)

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Watch and see which borough wins. Just for fun

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More competitions for enjoyment.

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Having fun on the slide race at London Youth Games

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London Youth Games 2019

Olympic Dodgeball Reward Competition

Exploring City Hall

City Hall. Delivering a presentation on Physical Activity and Mental Health

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Cricket London Youth Games

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1st and 2nd place in the year 5 and 6 borough athletics competition.

Cricket Semi Finals

Congratulations to our Cricket Team who are through to the Borough Semi-Finals this week. Good Luck!!!!!

A section of and email from out School Games Organisers:

In 2018, we had 16 successful primary school applications with our first ever Platinum award (very well done William Bellamy); three golds and five silvers awarded. 10 secondary schools also achieved gold, silver and bronze awards.

 

Recognising us as the first school from our borough to receive the Platinum Award. 

 

Supporting other schools to achieve in this area is also a focus of ours. Spreading success, inspiring pupils!

Photos of our pupils in the Westminster Mile from the BBC

Well done William Bellamy Primary

More photos to follow later

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Our pupils will be representing West Ham Foundation tomorrow at the Vitality Westminster Mile

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Our girls' Cricket team as bronze medalists at the borough competition

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Futsal 4 Youngsters

Bike maintenance group

Inflatable Fun Sessions at Becontree Leisure Centre

May Half Term Holiday

Winners of the Borough Tag Rugby Competition

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Our Pupils at Saturday Football Club

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Holiday - Ultimate Vision Football Club

Dodgeball Clubs

Our Panathlon Challenge Team at the borough competition

Good Luck message for our Athletics Team from Turan

 

Hi,
My name is Turan Kiani I’m the head coach of the Barking and Dagenham judo team for the London borough youth games and I also assist in running sessions for the Great Britain Team.
As I run some judo sessions within William Bellamy School I have heard about your Achievement in finishing in 1st place in Athletics and will now be taking part in the Youth games qualifiers on Tuesday.
I just wanted to say a huge well done to you all and that you should all be extremely proud of yourselves and I wish you all the very best of luck for this Tuesday.
 
Kind regards
Turan Kiani

A special message from Fatima Whitbread

 

Well done to everyone that took part in helping your school succeed in winning your first borough athletics competition. Good luck when you represent Barking and Dagenham in the  London Youth Games qualifiers on Tuesday. 

Enjoy the experience. 
Kind regards 
Fatima 

 

Fatima Whitbread is a British former javelin thrower who is a two-time Olympic medallist. She won the 1986 European Championships in Stuttgart, having broken the world record with a throw of 77.44 metres in the qualifying round the previous day.

Athletics Team came 1st place in Barking and Dagenham and will now go to Crystal Palace to represent Barking and Dagenham. We are so proud of all of you.

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Congratulation William Bellamy Girls' Football Team. Another excellent win William Bellamy 1 Godwin 0

Congratulation William Bellamy Girls' Football Team. Another excellent win William Bellamy 1 Godwin 0 1

William Bellamy 7 aside Football go through as group stage winners in the Jim Smith Cup

William Bellamy's Sports Hall Athletics Team win First Place in the Second Round.

 

The team of 15 boys and 12 girls from years 5 and 6 travelled to Sydney Russell to compete in the second round of the borough competition. The field events included standing long jump, standing triple jump, vertical jump, speed bounce, javelin and chest push. The track events included 1 lap relay, 2 lap relay, 6 lap parluff relay, 4x1 relay, obstacle relay and the over and under relay. The team started the competition with 2 great wins from the girls and the boys obstacle race. As the races continued the pressure was on, the team were scoring many points but so were the other schools. In some of the field events some of the pupils achieved their PB including Lilly and Lillian in speed bounce, Adetoun and Esther in long jump. We will have to wait until the results are through to see if anyone else scored a PB.

As the results were announced, their was a silence and the compare announced the last 4 places, Ripple in 4th, Warren in 3rd which only left William Bellamy and Beam County. We had been in this position for many previous years with Beam. As second place was announced as Beam County, our team realised they had won. It was a truly amazing moment. We were announced winners of the second round. We now have to wait until all of the results from the other rounds are emailed over to see where we are placed across the whole borough.

Well Done William Bellamy Athletics Team, we are so proud.

Another Amazing Win for William Bellamy's Girls' Football Team

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A strong performance by the girls even though they were worried about not having all of their team attending the game. This performance proved that the girls have courage and determination, the passing and play was excellent providing the ball to Adetoun (On her debut) who throughout the game scored all 4 goals. Unfortunate, the girls didn't keep a clean sheet and the pressure was still on as the Ripple girls did not give up. An excellent game of football from both teams.

Win for William Bellamy

William Bellamy girls 6 Roding Hewitt girls 0

The girls' football making an excellent comeback when playing Roding Hewitt Primary. They were ready for the win today and they did not disappoint. The defence were strong helping our goal keeper keep a clean sheet. The passing and communication between players is improving week after week. The game ended with another 6-0 win. Well done to all who played.

Our Girls' Football Team's First Defeat

William Bellamy 1 Richard Albion 5

 

Our Girls team had their first defeat again Richard Albion. The game began and we were the first team to score but it did not take too long before Albion got one back. The game continued with excellent play on both sides. Just before the half time whistle Richard Albion scored their second making it 2-1 at half time. Our girls fought hard but were unable to get back in the game and the score ended 5-1. A learning curve for our team.  

Girls win 3-0 against St Peters in the Monteagle Sheild competition

Girls Win 6-0 against Five Elms in the Ballez League

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The girls' football team won their first two games with an exceptional performance. The team went from strength to strength, improving their understanding of positioning. As the games continued, the goals began to be scored. Kara had an amazing game, scoring 6 out of the 9 goals scored. The team continued to support each other by playing some excellent football. Well done to all of you!
Well done to two of our families who are some of the most active families within our borough. Check out Street Tag for more information.

Girls Football - Free Coaching

Extra Curricular Clubs with Premier

William Bellamy's efforts celebrated in the local press

 

http://www.barkinganddagenhampost.co.uk/sport/william-bellamy-bag-sports-award-1-5690893

William Bellamy pupils bag award for sporting success during previous school year

PUBLISHED: 12:00 12 September 2018

Jacob Ranson

 

William Bellamy Primary School has become the first school to bag the School Games Platinum Mark Award with their success throughout the 2017/18 academic year.William Bellamy celebrating with a trophy earlier this year (Pic: Donna Rose)

William Bellamy pupils bag award for sporting success during previous school year

PUBLISHED: 12:00 12 September 2018

Jacob Ranson

William Bellamy pupils with former England hockey start Helen Richardson-Walsh (Pic: Donna Rose)

William Bellamy pupils with former England hockey start Helen Richardson-Walsh (Pic: Donna Rose)

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William Bellamy Primary School has become the first school to bag the School Games Platinum Mark Award with their success throughout the 2017/18 academic year.

 
William Bellamy celebrating with a trophy earlier this year (Pic: Donna Rose)
William Bellamy celebrating with a trophy earlier this year (Pic: Donna Rose)

The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and the school is delighted to have been recognised for our success.

The Dagenham-based school’s sporting achievements this year include gold, silver and bronze medallists at a number of borough competitions for pupils in each school year, including athletics, cross country, panathlon challenge, tag rugby, hockey, cricket and football.

All pupils participated in a range of intra competitions throughout the school year with many of them going on to represent the school in the inter competitions.

The schools’ young sports leader programme proved particularly positive allowing pupils to deliver activities throughout lunch and break-times; increasing the physical activities of our pupils and improving lunchtime behaviour.

This included the Ultimate Personal Challenge, Active Sheds, Sport specific activities and other sessions, such as our Fairy Fitness.

A school statement said: “With an increased total of young people competing in local inter-school competitions this year, we are extremely proud of our pupils for their dedication to all aspects of school sport, including those young volunteers, leaders and officials who made our competitions possible.”

Donna Rose, PE and School Sports Specialist, added: “I feel so lucky to work with such amazing pupils.

“Their passion, perseverance and dedication to becoming ‘the best that they can be’ are so inspiring. I love watching the pupils develop as young sports leaders, officials and participants in sports, and how they become excellent communicators and role models for the younger pupils.”

As part of their application, they were asked to fulfil criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and were pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded this year.

The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and the school is delighted to have been recognised for our success.

The Dagenham-based school’s sporting achievements this year include gold, silver and bronze medallists at a number of borough competitions for pupils in each school year, including athletics, cross country, panathlon challenge, tag rugby, hockey, cricket and football.

All pupils participated in a range of intra competitions throughout the school year with many of them going on to represent the school in the inter competitions.

The schools’ young sports leader programme proved particularly positive allowing pupils to deliver activities throughout lunch and break-times; increasing the physical activities of our pupils and improving lunchtime behaviour.

This included the Ultimate Personal Challenge, Active Sheds, Sport specific activities and other sessions, such as our Fairy Fitness.

A school statement said: “With an increased total of young people competing in local inter-school competitions this year, we are extremely proud of our pupils for their dedication to all aspects of school sport, including those young volunteers, leaders and officials who made our competitions possible.”

Donna Rose, PE and School Sports Specialist, added: “I feel so lucky to work with such amazing pupils.

“Their passion, perseverance and dedication to becoming ‘the best that they can be’ is so inspiring. I love watching the pupils develop as young sports leaders, officials and participants in sports, and how they become excellent communicators and role models for the younger pupils.”

As part of their application, they were asked to fulfil criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and were pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded this year.

Cross Country Intra Competition

 

Over the next few weeks we will be holding our cross country intra competitions for years 3, 4, 5 and 6. The winners from these will be selected for the borough's inter cross country championships. Please make sure you have your PE kits and appropriate footwear.

Good luck!

Extra-curricular Clubs

 

Today, 10th September 2018, the sign up for clubs letter to show your interest in attending will be distributed. Please check your child's school bag and return these as soon as possible. Many thanks, Mrs Rose and Mr Smith 

Football Trials

 

Thank you to all of the year 5 and 6 pupils who turned up for football trials. This year there is a very high standard of football. We will be invited those who are selected to further training sessions. Mrs Rose and Mr Smith

Pupil sent to Girls' District Trials

 

Congratulations to Kara who has been selected to trial for the Barking and Dagenham District Girls' Team.

Good luck from all of us at William Bellamy!!

Boys sent to Boys' District Trials

 

Congratulations to Hassan, Huseini and Elijah who have been selected to trial for the Barking and Dagenham District Schools' Football Team.

Good luck from us all at William Bellamy!!!

Year 5 overall winners of the borough cross country competition

Platinum Award for PE and School Sports

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We have received the Platinum Level Award for PE and School Sports by Sainsbury's School Games Mark. Congratulations to all pupils and staff!! Well done!! We are so proud of all of our achievements.

Our Visions

 

Through our PE, School Sports and Physical Activity we endeavour to use our whole school vision to encourage pupils to make the most of every opportunity they may come across.  

 

We use every opportunity within our PE lessons, our school sports at intra and inter level, our team training, our inclusive and adapted sports, our SEND sports teams and our physical activity sessions to support our pupils to become independent, responsible, kind and considerate pupils who are able to see the self worth in their own ability and efforts. We aim for all of our pupils to be Healthy, happy, Sociable young people, Self-motivated, determined, positive and fair, Hard working and aspirational,Confident, independent learners, Creative, curious and critical thinkers, Collaborators, problem solvers,  innovators, Respectful and responsible, Global citizens and Generous and compassionate.

 

Our Pupils Vision for PE and School Sport

School Vision for Sports and PE

 

Wake and shake, it starts our day!
In the most inspiring way.
Live for sports and reach your goal
Lots of energy, strength and soul                                                  
It’s just not the winning, but taking part
Active lifestyles make a start
Motivation will keep you fit

 

Be sure to have your P.E. kit

Energy and enthusiasm all the way

Let’s get physical, start today!

Learn new sports and let off steam

At William Bellamy we’re a team
Maintain a very healthy heart

You can do it, so let’s start!

Our whole school vision

 

At William Bellamy Primary School our children and families are at the very heart of everything we do. 

 

We strive to create a culture and environment which inspires each individual within our school community to be the very best that they can be. 

 

We have the highest expectations of achievement and behaviour and offer a nurturing and supportive ethos where we can celebrate difference and ensure that everyone meets their full potential.

 

We value every individual and commit to ensuring everyone feels listened to and heard.  We place the highest importance on our close working relationships with parents and other members of our community.

 

We offer the highest quality educational experience, aiming to inspire a generation of lifelong learners, who take pride in their achievements and take ownership of their learning.

 

We believe creativity and imagination is the key to developing future passions and talents.  We have a positive, “can do” attitude, believing that the sky is our limit, and we will think creatively and outside the box to meet the needs of our learners and our community. 

 

We want our pupils to be confident, aspirational and empowered to participate successfully at an academic, social and emotional level in a rapidly changing world.

 

Healthy, happy,

Sociable young people,

Self-motivated, determined, positive and fair,

Hard working and aspirational,

Confident, independent learners,

Creative, curious and critical thinkers,

Collaborators, problem solvers, innovators

Respectful and responsible,

Global citizens,

Generous and compassionate.

 

At William Bellamy Primary School we have the highest aspirations…

 

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