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.


Egyptian Breakfast in LKS2

To round off our study of Ancient Egypt, Tulips, Snowdrops and Bluebells hosted an Egyptian buffet. Family members attended a morning of food, drinks, games and learning, with our children wearing some fantastic costumes! We'd like to say a big thank you to all adults...

Bluebells homework 15.2.19

English - p. 40 and 41 Question Marks Maths- p.43 - Clocks Times tables to be practiced, 3s, 4s and 8s.

Change for life coaching

This half term, the Bluebells have been lucky enough to have a coach from the change for life programme in for their PE sessions. The coach has taught them a number of different games which are designed to build teamwork and involve a lot of cardio. The Bluebells have...

Great Trip to Great North Museum!

This week, the Tulips, Snowdrops and Bluebells spent a day at the Great North Museum in Newcastle. We were treated to a superb workshops which was all about jobs in Ancient Egypt. Everyone got to handle different artifacts and discuss their usage. We also had to...

Poets and we didn’t know it!

This week the Bluebells have been learning all about a special type of poem called a cinquain. We learnt that a cinquain is a poem with 5 lines, which must have a certain number of syllables for each line. The children planned their two poems they were going to write....

Bookworms Unite!

There's so much to do at Windy Nook during lunchtimes! Children are flocking along to the library to choose another new book for the week. Everyone is welcome! The only problem is deciding which one to choose! Article 17: You have the right to get information that is...

Let It Snow!

During Golden Time, Windy Nook's children wrapped up and ventured out to have fun in the snow. Snowmen, snowball fights, snow angels - the Nookers did the lot! It was the perfect way to end another week of hard work from our children. However you plan to enjoy the...

Mummification madness!

As part of our Down the Nile topic, the Bluebells have been learning all about the different steps of mummification. In order to imagine what it might have been like for the Ancient Egyptians we split into three teams to create our own Egyptian tomb. One team were...

Practical measuring!

Today in Bluebells we have been estimating and measuring volume and capacity. The children worked in small groups to estimate how much liquid was in different containers and then measured it to check how close they were. The Bluebells were very careful when measuring...

Coding Masters

This week in Bluebells we have been learning a bit more about coding in ICT. The Bluebells all got an opportunity to try out a variety of different coding games. They had to create and organise a number of commands in order to make the different games work. For...

Lower Key Stage 2 Xmas Party!

On Tuesday afternoon, Years 3 and 4 had a wonderful time at their Christmas party. With the aid of a great DJ and lots of super helpers, the children danced, sang and enjoyed party food. The disco outfits were fantastic and we certainly have some unbelievable movers...

Constructing 3D shapes

This week in Bluebells we have been learning all about 3D shapes and their properties. As a final lesson the Bluebells got the opportunity to create their own 3D shapes using nets. The children made a variety of different shapes including cubes, cuboids and triangular...

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