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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Food Critics

We have been as busy as bees this weeks! Some of us have been learning the 'ee/ea' sound and actually spent time being bees. This week we want to share with you how we have been progressing in our topic lessons.

As we have been exploring healthy eating and what that means, we have given ourselves the task of designing and making a healthy pizza. But first, we needed to make sure we knew what we liked and didn't like on a pizza to help us. 

 First, we tried cheese and tomato pizza which went down a treat. 

Next, we tried cheese and ham pizza which most of us thought was yummy.

Lastly, we tried a vegetable pizza which we thought was delicious. We even converted a few pizza haters to pizza lovers. We are looking forward to cooking pizzas next week!

 

What is your most favourite pizza topping? 

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