Welcome to Belper School

FRIDAY 30 JANUARY 2015 – STUDENT TRANSPORT UPDATE
DCC Services:
113 (McEwen’s Coaches 0115 977 7749) The 1515 service to Belper Lane End & Hazelwood Church IS CURRENTLY SCHEDULED AS NORMAL
142 (Your Bus 01773 714013) The 1511 service to Ambergate, Bull Bridge & Crich THIS SERVICE DID NOT RUN THIS MORNING AND IT WILL NOT RUN THIS AFTERNOON
143 (McEwen’s Coaches 0115 977 7749) The 1507 service to Ambergate, Bull Bridge & Ripley THIS SERVICE IS CURRENTLY SCHEDULED AS NORMAL
Local Bus Services:
360 (Harpur’s Coaches 01332 757677) The 1510 service to Parks Estate and Milford IS CURRENTLY SCHEDULED AS NORMAL
R71 (Trent Barton 01773 712265) The 1530 service to Holbrook and Coxbench is running but is catching up to timetable so there may be a slight delay in the service.
6.2 (Trent Barton – The Sixes 01773 712265) The 1510 service to Heage and Ripley is running but is catching up to timetable so there may be a slight delay in the service.

 

Sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused by yesterday’s closure.  The closure was due to a significant number of staff not being on site due to school closures and severe weather elsewhere.  In addition to this, school transport was cancelled by Derbyshire County Council due to the weather.

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Belper School and Sixth Form Centre is an 11 – 18 comprehensive school for all children within the Belper area. The school was opened in 1973 and is set within its own grounds and extensive playing fields on the edge of the rural town of Belper. Belper School and Sixth Form Centre is a lively and successful school of around 1350 students including more than 250 Sixth Formers. It has been proud to serve the community of Belper and surrounding villages for over 40 years.

We are a Foundation School, which means that the governing body owns the school site and employs its staff. Since 1994, the school has also been a Technology College, specialising in Maths, Science and Technology.

It is our aim to encourage all our students to acquire ideas, skill and attitudes which will prepare them to become confident and independent and to lead satisfying adult lives. We want our students to develop personal standards and moral values, through a sense of responsibility, and a respect for and tolerance of others. We aim to develop an appreciation of other cultures and a concern for the local and world environment.