Belmont @ Home Supports Local Primary School's Outdoor Classroom Revamp with £200 Donation

Belmont @ Home make a generous donation to Coppice Primary School to aid the comprehensive enhancement of an outdoor play area

Belmont Team

In an effort to support early education and environmental learning, Belmont @ Home, a prominent local home care service provider, has recently donated £200 to The Coppice Primary School and nursery. This contribution will be used to enhance the school's outdoor classroom learning area, providing students with a stimulating, nature-based learning environment.

Left-right Tom Noakes, Early Years Practitioner at The Coppice Primary School, Lisa Cox, Administrator and Customer Relations at Belmont Healthcare, and Mr Hutt, Headteacher at The Coppice Primary School sealing the deal of support for the benefit of outdoor learning.

The generous donation was inspired by the personal connections that exist between Belmont @ Home and the school. The daughter of the company’s Registered Manager was a student at the school, while Lisa Hull, Finance Manager, has a daughter, currently studying at the school.

Tom Noakes, Early Years Practitioner at Coppice Primary, reached out to the company seeking assistance for the project aimed at children aged between 3 and 5. He envisions a transformed learning area that encourages children to learn through interaction with the natural world around them.

Noakes's plan involves a comprehensive enhancement of the current outdoor area to make it more appealing, accessible, and inclusive. The revamped space will include an array of plants, shrubs, flowers, raised beds, and a running water feature. These elements will offer a mix of colour, texture, and scent - experiences crucial to a child’s development.

"I believe children learn best through being outside and up close with nature," Noakes said. "With Belmont @ Home's help, we could deliver these experiences and make a significant impact on their learning."

With the received funds, Noakes aims to procure child-friendly plants, shrubs, flowers, as well as raised beds.He also plans to install a solar-powered water feature and buy seeds, bulbs, and soil.

The staff at Belmont @ Home were more than happy to assist with this noble cause.

Sam Anderson, Manager at Belmont @ Home Midlands, commented on their involvement: “We believe in supporting our community and local schools. To be able to contribute to a project that promotes learning and growth in such a tangible and impactful way is a true privilege."

The donation from Belmont @ Home will play a significant role in fostering a love for learning and nature in the young minds at Coppice Primary School. The transformation of the Outdoor Classroom Learning Area is eagerly anticipated by the school community and beyond.

Unlike a traditional home care service; the Belmont at Home service offers a more bespoke and tailored service to meet the needs and requirements of the customer. From personal care, organisation of social activities, attending to daily admin, housekeeping and preparing meals, or acting as chaperone to appointments, the service is as focused as the customer wants it to be.

The main benefit of the service are the skills and knowledge derived from its specialist elderly and dementia care homes, which means Belmont at Home is able to offer specialised support to people living with Dementia, Parkinson’s or cancer, as well as those requiring care after a hospital admission.  

Unlike other home care services across the UK, Belmont at Home care services are not rushed. Every individual benefits from the care team’s time, attention, and care. No rushed visits, no clock watching, just time for dedicated personal service.

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