In Spanish lessons, Rise Parkers applied Spanish language to cross-curricular learning about living healthily. In Year 3, we used our existing scientific knowledge of food families to make piramides alimentarias and in Year 4, we built on our existing topic work to create our very own Spanish #MrJonesInYourHomes PE work-outs for our friends! Meanwhile in Year 5 and Year 6, we used our cross-curricular literacy skills to write Spanish non-fiction reports about key events from Healthy Me week: our Picnic Sin Plastico and Dia de Campo.
In year 1, we had a great time trying new things for Healthy Me week. We drew around our friend and thought about what our body needs and different ways to keep it happy and healthy.
We read the book ‘My Monster and Me’ and thought about the ways in which we sometimes carry our worries around with us. We made our own worry monsters so that we always have someone to share our worries with if we need to. We helped our mental health by developing our teamwork skills. We worked collaboratively in small teams to decorate some letters. The next day, Mrs Mee had hidden all of the letters outside! We went on a letter hunt in the sun to find all of the letters to spell the word HEALTHY. We enjoyed having a taster of German with Mrs Husbands but our favourite part of the week was definitely sports day! We showed our competitive sides, our determination, our stamina and we had a great time outdoors.