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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

New superheroes in town!

This week we have been busy designing superhero puppets ready for our own story writing inspired by the adventures of 'Traction Man'.  We used wooden spoons for our superheroes and used different materials and mediums to create our designs.

Here are some of our designs:

Poppy H - Merlins
Vanessa C - Merlins





Micah - Sparrows


Phoebe - Sparrows





We used paint, pipe cleaners, material, ribbon, wool and tissue paper to create capes, masks, clothes and even wool for our superhero's hair.









Here are some of our puppets!











  • andrea rushen 4 years ago
    What a fabulous time we had making superheros. The children's imaginations were amazing. I think Miss Read and myself were superwomen with the glue gun!!! A fun way to bring a character to life. Well done Merlins xx
  • Emma Nijjar 3 years ago
    Isabella loved this activity and regularly mentioned that she couldn't wait to bring her superhero home. It now has a special place a home so she can always see it :)

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