Bread and Butter Pudding

A final action packed week for Owls. This week we’ve been cooking, Bell boating, creating tree figures and writing 100 word stories based upon them. We even managed to fit in a move up morning to see the new year 3s. Our cooking lesson involved creating a 1940s favourite, Bread and Butter Pudding. We measured out the ingredients and had to do some conversions from ounces to grams (with a little help!). We were also interested to see how little sugar was used in the recipe which we decided must have been because of rationing. At the time of writing, we hadn’t yet tried the pudding but look forward to doing so! It was lovely to see the future Year 3s up in the classroom on Wednesday morning. They shared with us some of their excellent sea riddles and we got to know each other more with a game of 2 Truths and a Lie. The Year 4s went down to visit the Year 1s and had an enjoyable morning making flextangles with Mrs Fisher (very fun but quite tricky!) Other activities have included some Maths revision on number lines and time and creating a poster showing an A-Z of our year which made us realise just how much we’ve crammed in!

Measuring out our ingredients for Bread and Butter pudding.

bread and butter pudding