We would like to invite all our new starters in Reception to take a virtual tour around their new classroom. To help with transition we have created a virtual reality tour of the setting to help children get used to the space. Even if you’re child is not starting in Reception it’s worth a look.
#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!”
#election #GE2019 #kidsatpollingstations Voting has closed at the Bluebell election (real polling stations stay open until 10:00)! Every member of the school community has voted from Reception to Year 6 and staff as well. We will now work tirelessly to count the votes and report on them later in the evening. Stay tuned. Remember, pleaseContinue reading “The votes are in!”
Polling has opened at Bluebell’s unofficial polling, as it has at Polling Stations across the country. When you go to vote, please take your children if you can. It is an important learning opportunity that shouldn’t missed. Ask the children about their vote when they get home.
Professor Catherine Rowett MEP came in from the Green party today. She talked about how she got into politics and how she is currently a Member of the European Parliament. The children asked a lot of questions about the Green party and Professor Rowett explained about how the party stand for protecting the environment.
Sandy Gilchrist, from the Brexit party, came to talk to the children today. He talked about voting, democracy and why this led to him standing for the Brexit party.
The candidate for the Conservative party, Mike Spencer, came to talk to the children. He talked about his career as a doctor and how this relates to his work as a politician.
James Wright, of the Liberal Democrats, came in to speak to the children today. He is currently a city councillor and is a former pupil of the school (before it was Bluebell).
Thankyou for all your donantions, so far we have raised a staggering £2,356.30
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.