Welcome to Bullfinch - Information Presentation
We carried out an ice cube experiment this afternoon! We made predictions and then timed how long they took to melt in different places. Of course, we used one or two to cool us down too! Can you believe the one in the classroom took almost 1 hour and 30 minutes! Our predictions for that one were way off!
Working with our beautiful sunflowers
Our year two children deserved to celebrate today! Lots of fun had by all.
A delicious fruit salad! We loved our DT work today.
Our visit to church to remember Revd. Leonard
Pancake Parlour in Bullfinch! We made our batter, cooked our pancakes and then ate them. This afternoon we had a pancake flipping contest!
We are very proud of our Non Chronological Reports on polar animals and our Northern lights art work. Here are a few examples.
We made ourselves into animals from the Polar Regions to help us with our Non Chronological Report writing we'll be doing in coming weeks
Meet our finger puppets! The children have worked so hard designing, cutting, sticking and sewing to complete their masterpieces. Their evaluations unanimously concluded that they were happy with the end product and the sewing, albeit nervously anticipated, wasn't as bad as they thought!
Our trip to Milestones Museum - a great day for all, immersed in the history of toys and games!
Class information presentation - some useful information
We went to church as a class to give thanks for Queen Elizabeth ll
Welcome back Bullfinch! We've had a lovely day settling back into school.
It was a brilliant pirate day with fun at the beach! Punch and Judy was a huge hit and lots of laughs had. We followed this with a treasure hunt and then chance to walk the plank and play in the sand. We cooled off in the afternoon with water play and rounded off the day with a delicious ice cream!
On a dark dark hill, there was a dark dark town.... Watch out for the Funnybone skeletons!
We used our beautiful sunflowers for our maths and art focus today. We tried to estimate how many sunflower seeds we had. There were just too many to count but we did some clever counting in tens, hundreds and even thousands! We used the seeds to count and practiced our number formation too. Our tallest sunflower is about 3 metres and 30 centimetres tall. We could only do a rough measurement using metre rules. It was taller than all our estimations! Keep an eye out on here for our art work - painting and wool wrapping today.
Welcome back Bullfinch - September 2021