Bluebells (Y3)

Mrs Smith

Welcome to Bluebells

We are the Bluebells.

Our teacher is Mrs Smith. Mrs Smith 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’.



Dioramas, Dioramas, Dioramas!

Last half term in the Bluebells, pupils worked extremely hard learning about the differences between their life and those of the people in an Amazonian tribe; they used an atlas to locate rainforests throughout the world and wrote a fact file about a rainforest...

Royal Wedding Street Party

To celebrate the upcoming marriage of Harry and Meghan, Windy Nook hosted a fantastic street party on the KS1 yard. Children made commemorative plates and crowns for the event. UKS2 set up the tables outside and the whole school gathered together for some music and a...

Tea Party Fun to Celebrate the Royal Wedding

After designing their royal wedding plates, and making sure their crowns were perfect for big day, the Bluebells had a super time out in the sunshine celebrating tomorrow's very special...

What a Wonderful Day at the Quayside!

On Thursday we went on a trip to the Newcastle- Gateshead quayside to improve our creative skills. In the morning, we spent time at Live Tales taking part in a creative writing session. It was very impressive to hear the children share their knowledge of expanded noun...

Let It Snow!

After a day working hard in English, maths and the wider curriculum, the children earned the chance to go out and have some fun in the snow. They threw snowballs, built snowmen and made snow angels. Everyone had a lovely time on the top field and we all landed back in...

Fabulous Fractions

As a reward for all of their hard work on fractions over the last few weeks, the Bluebells completed their learning by competing against each other and playing the Yo-Ho fraction game; using their knowledge and skills to find unit and non-unit fractions of number....

Batik in the Bluebells

As part of last half term's Art Around the World topic, the children in LKS2 have used a Batik style paste resist technique to produce Hindu chakra designs on material. They used a wide range of skills, first researching Batik history and techniques, followed by...

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