Wye Forest Federation
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High Street, St Briavels, Lydney, GL15 6TD

Bluebell Class Page

A warm welcome to all the Bluebell children, parents and carers. The children have settled in well and are very eager to start their new learning adventure.
This term we have our first enquiry 'What Stories do we Know?' we will have the challenge of learning a new story for our Harvest Festival celebration in October. 
We have a parent workshop coming up to inform all parents about the Early Years curriculum. A letter will go out soon.
This is what we did in Bluebell Class last year. Take a look at the exciting learning!
Bluebell Class have been very busy this Spring term with our enquiry 'Is the Big Bad Wolf really big and bad?' We recently had a note from the wolf leading us through a forest pathway on our welly walk. During our walk we found clues and three notes from the Wolf! Luckily the clues led us back to school safe and sound. 
We have been trying to think of ways to help the Wolf become a kind friend. We made potions, labelling them and giving our potions special names. The wolf took them and left us a letter. We think he is becoming a nice, respectful wolf now. 
Watch this space for more Wolf updates 
We recently completed a sponsored bike and scooter ride to raise funds for some outdoor equipment. It was such fun! Thank you Bluebells and Sunflowers
Phonics plays an important part of your child's daily routine and curriculum. Below are some sound mats. You could print these off to share with your child at home. 
Phonics play is a great website with lots of free games to play along with at home. Follow the link below 
These games are really fun. The children use these independently at school. The link is below if you would like to have a go at home. 
Tapestry is a great way to be updated with news from your child's week. Their learning, both at home and school is valued. Should you wish to make observations at home to share with school we have attached a 'how to guide'. It's quite simple and we love reading your observations. Give it a go and see what you think!