After a successful presentation from the Islands Lions Club, Bellver is pleased to announce the start of the Bellver Leo's Club. A group of Bellver pupils have begun to set up their own charity organisation, electing their own director, treasurer and deputy to run the group. They are beginning to plan and develop ideas aimed at raising money for areas on the Island that they believe need help. Keep tuned to find out what the Leo's Mission will be and how you can help make a difference too.
The New Year has started off on a high for all the year 13's who have completed their UCAS applications for University. Every applicant has been given offers from the Universities of their choice, which highlights how hard work and dedication pay off in the long run. Miss Roden is pleased to announce that this year we have a wide range of courses that Year 13 have applied to and at the end of the year they will be heading to very different areas of the UK to continue their higher education.
Our pupils have been accepted on courses ranging from business management and history, journalism and broadcasting, to criminology and forensics. Some of our students are also heading into the sciences, with offers in medicine, pharmacology, engineering and clinical psychology. Being a multicultural school it was unlikely our Year 13's would head to
one place and next year if you are heading to the UK you should find our Bellvarians in Brighton, Bath, Bristol, London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Keele and Portsmouth. So if you see any of Year 13 out and about ask them where they are heading to, to begin the next chapter of their lives.
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