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BISB Brownies are all tied up!

19 January 2017

This week we welcomed lots of new and returning Brownies meaning we had our largest meeting ever!  Brown Owl and I are so pleased so many girls have signed up to be a Brownie, we have an exciting term planned ahead.

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This week we got to know each other by getting all tied up - working with a partner one girl tied her string from one wrist to the other, not too tightly. Her partner passed her own string under the first girl’s string, so that the two strings were interlinked and could not be separated, and then she loosely ties the ends to her own wrists. The Brownies were then challenged to release themselves from each other without actually untying the knot.

Lots of giggles and laughs were shared as the Brownies explored different possibilities. Find a Brownie if you get stuck and need the solution!

Sarah Cook

3C class teacher
Curriculum Coordinator