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

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 inputting...

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...

Coding in the Bluebells

Using Purple Mash, the children in the Bluebells have been introduced to simple coding.   They have had great fun trying to debug! All children have individual usernames and can access this at home. Let them show you their skills by clicking the link below....

Place Value Party

In Numeracy this week Bluebells have been ordering and comparing numbers to 1000. We loved using our party hats and digit cards to help us understand the value of the...

Bonjour from the Bluebells!

On Monday we celebrated European Language Day and the children dressed in the colours of the French flag. In Literacy they wrote some fabulous reports on France using their research from home. They annotated a report and then wrote their own using the features needed....

Welcome to the Bluebells

I am extremely pleased with how the Bluebells have been working hard and settled quickly into school life in KS2. They are adapting well to new routines and I am sure this will continue. In Literacy they have been concentrating on various aspects, including writing...

Anglo-Saxon Jewellery

I am extremely proud of how hard the Bluebells have worked this year. They have been a joy to teach and I shall miss them. To finish off our fantastic learning they found out lots of facts about Anglo-Saxons this half term and particularly enjoyed the trip to Durham...

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