Governing Body Vacancies

The Governing Body of Belper School and Sixth Form Centre is seeking nominations for four Co-opted Governor vacancies available from 1 September 2019.

Co-opted Governors are appointed by the governing body, and the School requires that nominees have the desirable governor competencies as adopted by the Governing Body. Meetings usually take place on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm to 8.30pm (six Full Governor meetings plus committee meetings per year).

Further information and a nomination form can be downloaded by clicking here.  Paper copies can also be requested by contacting the School Office either in person or by calling 01773 825281.

If you require any additional information, please contact the Clerk to Governors on 01773 825281.


Changes to Trent Barton’s ‘Sevens’ service from Monday 13 May to Friday 29 June 2019

We have been notified by a member of the public that there are signs in the Holbrook area regarding changes to the Trent Barton Sevens services over the coming weeks.  The signs state that from Monday 13 May to Friday 29 June 2019, the Sevens service will no longer be stopping at Southfield House, Autism Centre, Holbrook Church and Spotted Cow.  This will affect the 7.1 service which some of our students use.

Year 12 End of Year Assessments

The end of year assessments for Year 12 will take place between FRIDAY 28 JUNE and FRIDAY 5 JULY 2019 (inclusive dates)  and will comprise of a maximum of two papers per subject.  There will be no timetabled lessons for Year 12 students during the assessment window.
Students will not receive any study time in advance of the assessment window although Year 12  teachers may choose to incorporate ‘revision sessions’ into their usual timetabled lessons during the preceding weeks.  The assessment results will be used internally by the school to analyse student performance.  Grades will be shared with students at the start of Year 13.  In the event of poor performance, the data may be used to instigate an intervention plan for a student as part of the school’s Wave Intervention System.  However, no student will be required to drop a course purely based on poor performance in their end of year assessment.
Please note that Year 12 students taking Maths or Further Maths will not have an in-school end of year assessment as they will be taking external examinations in this subject.  The dates for these exams will be shard with students via their subject teachers.

Parent Portal and publication of parental reports

Parental reports for students are now published on-line on Parent Portal.  The remaining report publication date for 2018-2019 is as follows:

  • Monday 22 July 2019 (including tutor report)

If you do not have Parent Portal access and wish to apply, you can download the application form by clicking here.

If you have Parent Portal access and have forgotten your username/password, please email