On Thursday, Year 1 released the butterflies into the great outdoors. They have been enthralled by their journey and were both happy and sad to see them fly away to compete the life cycle. It was truly a fascinating couple of weeks and one we hope to repeat in future years.
Year 1 have finished their fantastic animal watercolour pictures in Art Club. Fantastic work everyone!
Year 1 enjoyed their afternoon in Forest School. They learnt how to tie a timber hitch knot on a log and then pretended to take their ‘log dog’ for a walk around the grounds.
It has been great to get the children back into the lab and around our fabulous grounds for Science lessons. Pupils have toasted marshmallows with Bunsen burners, investigated sycamore seed dispersal, carried out photosynthesis investigations amongst many other topics.
Everyone has shown such curiosity and enthusiasm and they have made the most of the
facilities and outdoor learning areas to great effect.
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Congratulations to Mr Brinkley and a group of Bromsgrove School cyclists who rode 80+ miles from Llanwrtyd Wells to Bromsgrove last Sunday, 27th September 2020, to commemorate the opening of Bromsgrove Preparatory School and the evacuation of the School during 1939-1943. Mr Brinkley was one of four cyclists who not only cycled back from Wales, but decided to take on the challenge of cycling there beforehand too, a round trip of 180 miles! Well done to all.
Kindergarten 2 had the best time searching for Forest School treasures. They told Mrs McNaughton what they would like to find and together they all made a checklist and went off hunting with a little treasure bag each.
Year 1 are very excited about the arrival of ten caterpillars.
They are looking forward to watching them grow before they change into chrysalides and then emerge as beautiful Painted Lady butterflies.