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Belmont Primary (Foundation) School
Belmont Street, DE11 8JZ Swadlincote
01283 217782


Belmont Primary School caters for 436 pupils aged 4 - 11 in 14 classes. Each class usually contains 32 pupils or 30 in infant classes. There are two parallel classes in each year group and no class has a mixed aged range.

The original building opened in 1882 and contains 4 classes of year 5 and year 6 pupils along with our computer suite. The other classes are found directly across Belmont Street on our new site. The buildings on our new site are all modern, light and spacious, the purpose built infant block opened in November 2002, and the Coleman Building which houses the year 3 classes and our administrative offices opened in April 2004.

The Children

According to our latest OFSTED report, our children behave well and work hard in class. They have good opportunities for personal development so they enjoy school, develop maturity and forge very good relationships. There is an active school council so the children can have a voice in how the school is run.


  1. To provide opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve in a secure and caring environment.
  2. To promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.
  3. To encourage lively and enquiring minds with the ability to question and reason.
  4. To develop an understanding of the world and a tolerance of other cultures, religions and ways of life.
  5. To have high expectations of the children so they will become resourceful and independent with a positive attitude towards all aspects of school.
  6. To allow all members of the school community, including pupils, parents, staff and governors to feel valued and respected.
  7. To help pupils to be responsible and caring citizens capable of contributing to the wider community.


  1. The Governors of Belmont Primary School admit children at 4+ in one single entry point in September. Children who are 4 on or before August 31st will be eligible for admission on the first day of term in September.
  2. Children whose birthdays fall on or after September 1st will not be eligible for admission until the following September.
  3. Children who are 4 between September 1st and December 31st in the calendar year prior to admission, will attend school full time from the beginning of the autumn term.
  4. Children whose birthdays are between January 1st and August 31st in the year in which they are admitted, will have a graduated, part time introduction to school from September to October half-term.
  5. The admission limit is 60 pupils in Reception and all Key Stage 1 year groups. The admission limit is 64 pupils in all Key Stage 2 year groups.

    In the event of oversubscription the following criteria will be used to determine who will be admitted.

  1. Children who have a sibling attending the school at the time of the offer of a place. (The term sibling shall include half brothers or sisters resident at the same address).
  2. Children who live within the normal area of the school (a map of which is available in school).

  3. Children who live outside the normal area of the school.
  • Children in public care falling into any of the above categories will be given the highest priority for places within that category.

  • Within each category, children living nearest to the school would be given priority (measured by the shortest walking distance on public highways).

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