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:

Spellings will be given out on a Monday to be tested on the Friday. These are expected to be practised at home regularly.

Homework will be given out on a Friday and returned the following Wednesday. Spellings and times table are expected to be practised regularly over the week.

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 brought in at the beginning of the week.


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...

Amazing Attendance for the Robins, Snowdrops and Bluebells!!!

Well done to the Robins and Snowdrops for best attendance this half term and a big well done to the Bluebells for the most improved attendance this half term.The reward for these classes was a non uniform day on the last day of term. They also got juice and biscuits...

Marvellous Maths in Bluebells

Today, parents and carers were invited into school for a marvellous maths workshop.  The focus was for children to use more explanation in numeracy and develop their reasoning skills. Children worked alongside parents and carers to answer reasoning questions linked to...

Dizzy Directions!

In Maths this week, the Bluebells have been focusing on positional language.  They have learned about the eight compass points and today used positional language to describe position, direction and movement. With their learning partners they had to give directions to...

Descriptive Writing

This half term the Bluebells have been focusing on adventure stories and in particular 'The Tunnel' by Anthony Browne.  They have produced some fantastic descriptive writing using adventurous vocabulary and expanded noun phrases and next week will be writing a class...

Butterfly Wall at the Great North Museum

On a recent trip to the Great North Museum, children from LKS2 made donations as part of the cost. These donations allow the Museum to continue its fantastic work. By doing this, we were able to choose four butterflies for the Butterfly Wall which will be on display...

Trip to Great North Museum

Today the Bluebells, Snowdrops and Tulips were lucky enough to visit the Great North Museum in Newcastle. As part of their topic work last half term the children were learning about the history of the Ancient Egyptians. Today we had a tour of the museum focusing...

Book Review

The Bluebells have thoroughly enjoyed learning about Ancient Egyptians this half term. They will really impress you with their knowledge. Our final task this week was completing the reading of ‘The Cat Mummy’ by Jacqueline Wilson and writing a book review. There were...

Fun Fractions!

The children in the Bluebells are continuing to understand fractions of shapes and also beginning to recognise fractions of quantities. Today we used cubes to understand halves and quarters of amounts.

Internet Safety

Today the children were lucky enough to have an internet safety drama workshop from a specialist teacher. They learned lots of tips about how to stay safe online. It was fun and there was some great acting.  

Egyptian Research

Children in the Bluebells carried out some fabulous research at home for their non-chronological reports on Ancient Egypt last week. Then, in Literacy we have been note taking from the research and recording the information on a spider diagram. Today, we carried...

Fractions of Shape

Today the Bluebells have recapped their learning from KS1 on fractions of shapes. They discussed the vocabulary related to fractions, such as numerator, denominator and parts of a whole. We then used cakes to see how halves and quarters would be represented as a...

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