Easter holidays start today. Luckily there are loads of things going on in Norwich and Norfolk. Check out the Visit Norwich page.
As always, make sure you do plenty of reading. Have children read themselves or read them a book. See how many you can get through in the holiday.
Enjoy the break.
Bluebell Loves Reading
We’re trialing the use of the blog feature on our website.
Currently the only posts were made years ago but hopefully you’ll start to see a few more appear here.
Thankyou for all your donantions, so far we have raised a staggering £2,356.30
The school welcomed the delivery of new laptops with Windows 7 today. Students will be able to use the laptops during their ICT lessons.
On February 7th we will be raising money for Red Nose Day 2011.
From 3pm – 5pm in the main hall you will be able to buy cakes and play tombola with all proceeds going to this fantastic charity.
The Christmas holiday period is, as we all know, a wonderful opportunity to share the company of our close and extended family and friends, and an excellent time to reflect on the year past and a time to plan for the future.
May I take this opportunity of wishing you all a Happy New Year.
Thank you for your continued support. It is very much appreciated. Students return to school on 9th January, which is week 2.
School has be re-opened today after heavy snow and ice closed the school yesterday.
The school (including nursery) is closed today 23rd November 2010 due to healthy and safety reasons caused by the adverse weather conditions.
The Royal British Legion aims to raise £36M to help those who are serving or who have served in the Armed Forces and their families.
Poppies are available from the school reception desk. A donation is required, please be generous.
We will be holding a 2 minutes silence on Thursday 11 November at 11.00 am.
I hope you all had an opportunity of spending some quality time with your child(ren) during half-term. Perhaps it was a day out together as a family or a shopping trip. Any time we spend with our children is so precious as they grow up far too quickly.