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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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It's all about the hats!

Year 1 have been exploring hats this week in connection to our book for the term, 'I want my hat back.'

We have looked at a variety of hats and headwear and discussed who might wear it and why.

In groups, we chose a hat and planned our own story with the same title - 'I want my hat back.'  The main character for our story is the person the hat belongs to; we have builder, firefighter, police officer, Egyptian and red Indian stories to name a few!  We decided on a setting and a plot linked to the book title.

After this, we went outside and acted out our stories whilst someone narrated it.  We took any props we could find that connected to our characters.













  • frances akinde 5 months ago
    Looks like the children had lots of fun!:)
  • Cheryl 5 months ago
    Love seeing these

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