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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

Healthy Foods, Circuits and Movement

January has started off great, regardless of the weather, with healthy eating, exercise and electrical circuits…

Last week, Year 6 were invited to partake in a cooking competition hosted by Roots2Food. 

All of Key Stage 2 learned about the basics of healthy eating and food creation and how we can incorporate each of the basic food groups into a single dish.

Competition Time:  two teams were chosen to create their own dish using a selection of ingredients including each of the basic food groups.

On the Orange Team we had Louise from Doves…

On the Green Team we had Poppy from Bullfinches…

They had only 30 minutes to craft their creation and serve it to a panel of judges.

Here are their creations.

Alongside this, Year 6 were going full speed into their PE sessions. While Bullfinches were warm in the hall practising their balances, Doves were outside learning and practising tagged rugby.

Both classes were tasked with the challenge of creating a switch using only card and tin-foil. Pupils learnt that metals such as tin-foil conduct electricity. 


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