Bluebells (Y3)

Miss Crowe

Welcome to Bluebells

We are the Bluebells.

Our teacher is Miss. Crowe. Miss. Crowe is always ready to help with any task, no matter how small. Never be afraid to ask.

Our ethos is ‘Work hard and always try your best’.


Important information:


Homework is given out on Fridays and returned the following Thursday. This will consist of maths, grammar and vocabulary.
Spellings and times table are expected to be practised regularly over the week. We take home a new set of spellings every Monday, to learn for our test each Friday.
P.E. is on a Monday – children are expected to have their kit to participate (P.E. kit will be taken home after use and not left on school premises).
If your child is having a school lunch please ensure that payment is now done through our online payment service

Christmas Elves in the Bluebells.

Santa's helpers were working hard in the Bluebells today getting ready for Christmas lunch and our Carol Concert rehearsal. Don't they look super in their Christmas jumpers!  

Bluebells Christmas Boxes

This week the Bluebells combined their maths learning around 3D shapes to make impressive hanging Christmas boxes to sell at the school fayre. Then today as a follow on task they wrote a set of instructions which will show everyone how to make them too.

Universal Children’s Day

Yesterday was Universal Children's Day, a day which celebrates children all over the world in order to help save children's lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfill their potential. It stems from when the Declaration of the Rights of Child was announced by...

Road Safety Workshops in Lower Key Stage Two

Today in Tulips, we thought about our right to be safe when we are crossing roads as we took part in a road safety workshop. We learnt about the Green Cross Code, which means we have to Stop, Look, Listen and Think when we cross the road. We also discussed some of our...

It is our right to be safe.

We had an excellent assembly this afternoon with some special visitors from the NSPCA. We learned that it is everyone's right to be safe and what we can do when we don't feel safe. We talked about sharing our worries with a trusted adult. We also found out about an...

Terrific Times tables!

Today, in the Bluebell's we held a maths parent workshop. We looked at different ways to learn our times tables, such as: splat grids, squashie tubes, multiplication square and using ‘cheats’ and different words that mean times. We had lots of fun and appreciated our...

Parliament comes to Windy Nook

Yesterday was an exciting day for our KS2 children: they were learning about our democratic system. Gillian Bell, who is a Parliament Education Outreach Officer for the North East, visited Windy Nook. She works with schools across the region to help young people...

Spooky Goings on at the Nook!

Vampires, witches, cats and other spooky characters took over Windy Nook Primary school hall for party games and dancing tonight. The question is... what did they do with the children?!

Diary writing

This week, the Bluebells have started their Literacy unit on Diary Writing. The children have enjoyed listening to and reading extracts from ‘The Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ by Jeff Kinney and ‘The Brilliant World of Tom Gates’ by Liz Pichon. They have highlighted and...

Trip to Segedunum

Yesterday, Bluebells visited Segedunum in Wallsend and had a brilliant time. We explored the museum galleries to learn more about Roman life, visited the ruins of the Roman fort and wall, and also completed training as a Roman solider. The mock battle was fantastic! ...

Marshmallow Madness!

As part of their digital literacy, the children in the Bluebells are focussing on a short clip called ‘Marshmallows’. The short clip is about a monster who loves marshmallows and gets extremely angry when he doesn’t get any....

Roman Tiles

As part of our Roman topic, children had researched common themes found in Roman pottery and mosaics and designed a tile to reflect this. Last week, they used different tools and rollers to create different effects and worked hard to achieve a raised element to their...

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