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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


Our topic this term is 'Fashion'. As our introduction lesson, the children were given a picture and based only what they could see, they had to write a back story for the person.

Children were asked to write a definition for fashion.

William said, "Fashion is about creativity, designing and creating clothes. The fashion industry is commonly associated with the stereotypical girl aged 11-17 however men and women of all ages are influencing fashion, across the globe."

"Fashion is clothes and the way you dress, what types of clothes you wear and what make up you have. What colours and patterns are on your clothes. What fabrics and design are your clothes." - Shannon

"Fashion can be in magazines and some books" -Anand

Next, we had a discussion how we are  affected by fashion.

"I try to look different to everyone else so they can see which culture I am from."- Dilpreet

"I personally think it is fine to dress differently to everyone else because then it shows you have confidence." - Daniel

"I wouldn't like to wear the latest style because some of them are uncomfortable." - Shiruja



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