Next week, fathers’ day messages from the Year 1 and Year 4 classes will be published in the Norwich Evening News.
Keep a look out for the lovely messages in the 19th June edition.
In light of upcoming changes to requirements for relationships and sex education (RSE), we’ve been consulting with parents, pupils and staff on how we can make sure that our updated RSE curriculum meets the new requirements as well as the needs of our pupils.
We’ve worked hard to make sure that our new curriculum reflects:
- Our pupils’ age and maturity levels, as well as their cultural and religious backgrounds
- The values of our school community
- Every pupil’s learning needs
- What pupils need to know to be healthy and safe in school, in their personal relationships and in the wider world
We’ve now updated our RSE policy to include our proposed new curriculum. You’ll find a copy of our new draft policy on the website along with the objectives to be taught in each year group. There are also sample lessons and a quick-glance sheet of the key changes that have been made.
We’d like your feedback on the proposed curriculum, and the wider policy. You can do this by completing this survey: https://forms.gle/ZVig6ZeWznYaJr1i7 . Unless you wish to include your child’s or children’s names, the survey will be anonymous. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to give valuable feedback on the teaching of this subject. After the closing date, we will be aiming to provide a meeting based on the feedback to cover any content that you feel you need more information and guidance on.
The deadline for responding to the consultation is 30th April 2021.
We look forward to your thoughts and comments on these vital and inclusive changes.
When the children come back in January, we’ll have some new school rules voted for by the entire school community.
- Be safe
- Be kind
- Be ready
How are you achieving these rules this holiday?
Having a film night? Looking for some festive fun?
Well… Sit back and enjoy the ‘seasonal sensation’ made by all the classes of Bluebell, from Nursery to Year 6.
Well done to all the children who took part.
A huge, special thanks also goes out to Mr D for all his hard work putting this together. His direction and editing skills have not gone unnoticed.
Even though we can’t all be together, all the schools in our academy trust recorded some Christmas carols online and shared them together online.
I know I’m biased but this is amazing and definitely worth a watch.
We fully support this message from Norfolk County Council in keeping everyone safe at Bluebell.
We have been incredibly proud how everyone in our school community has shown support and care for one another on the school playground.
Adults have been wearing face masks and everyone is sticking to the one-way-system and we really appreciate the cooperation and understanding of all the changes we have had to make.
Let us know what you’ve been reading recently by commenting on this post or add to your child’s portfolio on Class Dojo.
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