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This term we will be using the theme of the story 'Supertato' by Sue Hendra to enhance our environment and learning. 


He is a special kind of potato who helps save all his vegetable friends from the evil peas.  The children will be writing letters to Supertato and making wanted posters to try and catch the evil pea! 




Our trips and visits this half term:

We will be visiting the church to link to our learning in RE.

Making salad with our chef Mr Hussain.

The evil pea has appeared in our classroom! 


The children have been thinking of different ways to help  save the super veggies from the evil pea. Some children decided we need to become superheros and that is when our superhero training began....


We talked about all the things that makes a good superhero and we thought about being healthy. Some children painted some healthy foods. 

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The children made some fruit animals using their snack, we had lots of different ideas and enjoyed eating them too! We have discussed every child having the right to being healthy and how to respect this. 


 Article 24: Every child has the right to the best possible health. They have a right to an education on health and well-being so that children can stay healthy.

Some children have been making their own superheros using the resources available in the classroom. 

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The boys enjoyed reading Supertato!


The children have been making evil peas using the playdough and paint; let's hope they aren't as evil as the real one!

Supertato has arrived..but he is stuck!


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Supertato received our letter for help and arrived at school. Unfortunately evil pea has trapped him! The children began writing messages to get help!


We decided to start training to be superheros so we can help defeat the evil pea. To become a superhero the children need to complete:


Bravery challenge- putting hands in a mystery box 

Walking over deadly water without falling in 

Superhero exercise trail 

Weave and dodge the spiderman webs


The evil pea strikes again!




The children have used Active Inspire to turn themselves into Superheros! 

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We visited Hurstwood Church, the children learnt about what happens in a church and all of the things the church does for the community. Some of the children were fascinated with the baptistery! 


Article 14: (freedom of thought, belief and religion) Every child has the right to think and believe what they choose and also to practise their religion, as long as they are not stopping other people from enjoying their rights.