Please follow the link to read the full newsletter for September 2020.
Who says you shouldn’t play with your food? Make an exception and join @NorfolkAdultLearning for a fun game of food bingo in their Family Learning Café on Tuesday 22 September at 7pm. Suitable for families with children aged up to 11 years. You will also find out about Family Learning and the courses they haveContinue reading “Family Learning Cafe (22nd September)”
COVID-19: What to do if….? Please find attached a parent’s guide to support your decision making surrounding school attendance and dealing with COVID-19 symptoms. Find answers to problems such as: My child has Covid19 symptoms… NHS Test and Trace has identified that my child has been in close contact with someone with symptoms of Covid19…Continue reading “COVID-19: What to do if…?”
We are incredibly proud to see the new headteacher of Bluebell in the EDP talking about the positive direction the school is going in. Read: Two new primary school headteachers start work
Mrs Plowman has made a video showing the key changes that have happened at school to ensure that everyone can stay safe whilst they get back into their learning. Please take time to watch the video and, if you have any questions, please contact the school. Enjoy
We are really excited to be welcoming everyone back next week. We are currently updating our website and there is now a new staff list for 2020-2021 and a welcome message from the new headteacher. In case you missed it, here is the letter with information about returning to school. If you have any questions,Continue reading “Welcome back”
We are very excited to have everyone back at school on the 7th September and have been working through the summer to ensure that everything is in place to make the school a safe and enjoyable place to learn. Please see the letter (attached) which explains in more detail the steps we all need toContinue reading “Returning to Bluebell”
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.
Here is the remote learning for this week. Please keep in touch and watch this weeks celebration assembly to see if you got a shining star.
Planning your day is an important part of working from home. This video gives some helpful tips. Consistent routines are important for behaviour and wellbeing. Routines support behaviour and you will be finding a new rhythm with your family. You could share this checklist with your child. Talk to them to help them plan theirContinue reading “Planning Your Day”