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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

Super counting and learning about exercise.

We have been continuing with our topic of superheroes. We have looked at the differences and similiarities between villains and heroes. We have created our own super character and  described what they looked like, where they lived and what their special power was. We designed a  costume for them out of a range of different materials.

In Maths we have been looking at ordering numbers and carrying out problem solving activities by using a numberline to fill in the missing number. We have started to count in tens and  look at the pattern.

We had an exciting afternoon today when 'Roots to Food'  chef (Darren) came to visit. He did a range of different exercises with us and then talked about the importance of eating healthy food. With the help of the children he made a milkshake, which we tasted so we could replenish the energy used.

Can you ask your child how the man showed different portions of fruit?

How many portions of fruit should you have a day?

What happened after we did the exercise?

What did he put into the milkshake?







  • Cheryl 3 years ago
    Harry keeps talking to m about what is healthy and not healthy. So the children are definitely taking it all in. Thank you

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