Open Library lets you access your local library, its books, computers and spaces even while the building is unstaffed. Just talk to a member of staff and they’ll add the extra access to your library card. If there’s no member of staff available, give the library a call on 01603 774777. If you’re under 16Continue reading “Reading Update: Access your local library even when it is unstaffed.”
Did you know, you can get free eBooks and eAudio books online through Norfolk library service? Register at your local library. https://norfolk.overdrive.com/
#ge2019 #election #results The results are out and Bluebell Primary School overwhelmingly supported Clive Lewis of the Labour party. Mr Lewis took 58.9% of the votes (see chart below) with Catherine Rowett of the Green Party coming in second place. Congratulation Mr Lewis (@labourclivelewis) and to all the candidates for their speeches to the childrenContinue reading “Norwich South (Bluebell Primary) results – not official!”
#ge2019 #election #electionresults The votes have been counted and we have the results for Norwich South! Firstly, we would like to say thank you to all the candidates for coming in to school to speak to the children: Sandy Gilchrist (@p_architect), Clive Lewis (@labourlewis), James Wright (@JamesWrightLD), Catherine Rowett (@CatherineRowett) and Mike Spencer (@Dr_Mike_Spencer) –Continue reading “Results for Norwich South #GE2019”
It’s official, Bluebell rocks! We had our most recent concert of the Rock Steady bands today and they were brilliant. We heard some excellent renditions of songs such as Stitches, Fight song and, the classic track, Baby Shark. Needless to say, the crowd went wild. Children have been sent home a flyer if they wantContinue reading “Bluebell Rocks!”
Today we learnt about World Soil Day in assembly. World Soil Day (WSD) is held annually on 5 December as a means to focus attention on the importance of healthy soil and advocating for the sustainable management of soil resources.
Two pupils were selected for their exceptional homework following science week. All children were given the challenge to research a scientist and many completed great pieces of work. These pupils chose Marie Curie and Thomas Edison and did an exceptional job. They were awarded in assembly today with prizes for their efforts but well doneContinue reading “Science Week Awards”
Read eBooks for Free Use the Norfolk Libraries service to read ebooks for free. Sign in to OverDrive using your Library number.
It’s ride your bike to school week this week. https://www.sustrans.org.uk/campaigns/bike-to-school-week-2019/ Its also the UCI World Chapionships in Yorkshire this weekend. Watch the best riders in the world take on the Yorkshire Dales in pursuit of the Rainbow Jersey.
Tips for Reading with your children …from SeussVille This site gives some good tips for reading, plus there are loads of other resources.