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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

Furious Farmers

Continuing with our book Iron Man, we focused this week on the Iron Man’s return.


When the Iron Man came back, he started eating the farmers tractors and equipment’ - Ellie


The farmers decided they had to do something themselves because the police wouldn’t believe them’ - Joel

We used role play to develop ideas on how we could get rid of the Iron Man and freeze frame emotions the Farmers would be feeling. Can you guess what emotions we are conveying?



We then had a farmers meeting to debate the best plan of action. We used our oracy skills to explain why our plans were the best.

 

  • Lisa Packham 1 month ago
    Fabulous freeze framing!

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