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’.

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Bluebells

Telling the Time

The Bluebells are working hard to read the time on an analogue clock. Today they played the game ‘Stop the Clock’ reading the time to the nearest quarter of an hour. It was great fun. Please can you encourage your child to tell the time whenever possible...

Whole School Christmas Sing Along

The whole school had a great time in the hall this morning at our Christmas Sing Along. There was lots of singing and dancing to Christmas songs and lots of fun was had by everyone. Merry Christmas everyone!!!!...

Party Party Party!

This afternoon LKS2 had a fantastic Christmas Party! They played Christmas Corners, Pass the Parcel and had a dancing competition.   Great fun was had by all.  ...

Maths Workshop

Today the Bluebells were lucky enough to have parents/carers visit for a maths workshop. They worked alongside the children to understand how we teach formal methods and also the importance of place value, times tables and maths in the environment. It was very...

Book Review

In Literacy over the past four works we have been focusing on the author Jacqueline Wilson and in particular the book ‘Cliffhanger’ The children have produced some fabulous descriptive writing about the characters, wrote diary entries and even turned part of the book...

Buster in Bluebells

Next week in Literacy, Bluebells will be using the Christmas John Lewis advert as a writing tool. The children will be writing a diary extract from the perspective of Buster the dog.  Over the weekend could the children watch the link and discuss ideas please? I...

Performing Plays

In Literacy the Bluebells are learning about play scripts and their features. They have began with reading and acting out scenes from plays. I was very impressed with some of their acting skills. Fantastic!...

Super Statistics

This week in Numeracy the Bluebells have been learning about statistics. They have been collecting, organising, recording and interpreting data. They recorded their data in a variety of ways including tally charts, tables and bar charts.  I was very impressed by their...

Statistics in the Bluebells

Next week in Numeracy children will be focusing on interpreting, recording and gathering information. One of the ways we will record information will be by using an interactive Bar Chart. Why don’t you try gathering information at home from your family and...

Early Christmas Research

In Design Technology the Bluebells researched different types of Christmas cards and their preferred audience. There was lots of discussion and I was very impressed by their excellent speaking and listening skills. We then voted for the type of Christmas card we...

Conker-ing x tables

In Numeracy today the Bluebells have been doubling a given number and also revising x tables facts. They used conkers to count in groups and then wrote the calculation on whiteboards. It really helped them gain a better understanding of multiplication. Well done...

Bluebells and Bridges!

Today the Bluebells, Snowdrops and Tulips were lucky enough to visit the Discovery Museum in Newcastle. As part of their topic work this half term the children have been learning about the history of the bridges on the River Tyne. They had a guided tour of the museum...

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