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CLASS 3 - Super Salmon Dip 

 

Today we worked with Gill from Phunky Foods to make a super healthy 'Salmon Dip.'

 

We weighed out the ingredients ourselves and followed the method very well.  

 

Some of us were reluctant at the start when we realised it was a dip made from fish.  However, on completion of the recipe, we found on tasting, that it was delicious with pitta bread and vegetable sticks.  Yum!

 

What a great session!

Mrs Jones

Street Tag

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St Catherine's Ambassadors have made a video to promote Street Tag!

ST CATHERINE'S FIRST EVER SPONSORED REINDEER RUN!

THANK YOU TO THE AMBASSADORS FOR THEIR ORGANISATION!

St Catherine's Get Active Ambassadors

 The ambassadors have been leading activities outside for the younger children and teaching them lots of new skills.

Class 1's Belly Beasts!

Following our Phunky Food assembly with Gill, Class 1 designed their very own Belly Beast!

Monday 15th November 2021

 On Monday the children in Key Stage One enjoyed meeting Gill from Phunky Foods, she read the story of "Boris the Belly monster" and explained to the children the importance of eating breakfast.

 

Following this, Key Stage Two children enjoyed an informative assembly, during this Gill announced the brand new "St Catherine's Get Active Ambassadors" - 6 children from year 5.

These children will be very busy over the next few months organising assemblies, completing activities during break-time and educating other children in the Phunky Food values.

October 2021 St Catherine's Phunky Food Displays!

This month we have loved making our very own pizzas with the help of Gill from Phunky foods. Delicious!

March 2021

 

What a "egg'ellent scone'ishious" morning we have had making Hot Cross Scones! We mixed perfect team work, patience and several ingredients to make our delicious scones!

Chocolate Crispy Cakes

Plain Scones and Rock buns

Crumble Making

 

We enjoyed making apple and pear crumble with Mrs Reay in school.
 

It was very tasty! 😋 

 

Mrs Jones

BREAD MAKING

 

 What fun we had making ‘plaited bread’ and ‘banana bread’ in school.  We measured all the ingredients, kneaded, plaited and baked the bread ourselves!

 

We even wrote a recipe and instructions of how we made it afterwards.

 

It was delicious 😋 

 

Here is the link if you'd like to make it yourself at home!

 

Mrs Jones and Miss Monaghan

 

 

February 2021

Every Wednesday during February is baking time!

This month we have enjoyed following healthy recipes from 'phunkyfoods'

and creating our very own healthy recipes to follow.

We have created smoothies, pancakes, spring rolls and even apple tarts!

Apple Tart time!

Pancake time!

We enjoyed making our own spring rolls. We garnished them with noodles, stir-fry vegetables and prawn crackers!

We have really enjoyed making our very own healthy smoothies based on the 'phunkyfood' recipe!

Why not follow our recipes and create your own?

January 2021

Below is a link to the 'Phunkyfoods' website, where you will find:

* Theme-based worksheets and activities (differentiated for age)

* 'Phunky15' activities for your child to play at home

    (no equipment or apparatus needed).

* A selection of simple, healthy recipes for you to try.

 

Please remember you can upload your work and delicious meals onto Seesaw or Google Classrooms to share with your teachers.

Have fun!

 

 

 

Recently at St Catherine’s school, we have been busy learning about how to look after ourselves. 

As part of this topic we have learned about healthy eating, which foods we should eat less of and which foods are best for our bodies. Key Stage 2 focused on ‘Strive for 5’ and ‘Eatwell plate.’ 

We have also  learned how to take care of our mouths and how to brush our teeth properly. We have discussed how to wash ourselves and the importance of washing our hands properly especially before eating.

Class 3

 

 Class 3 enjoyed a Phunky food assembly this morning about the importance of ‘Strive for 5’. We learned that it is important to eat five different fruits and vegetables each day to ensure that we are getting lots of vitamins and minerals. We also found out that a portion of fruit or vegetables can be measured by cupping our hands.

They can be fresh, frozen, tinned or dried. We’re loving singing the songs, particularly ‘Gimme 5!’

Welcome to our Phunkyfoods page!

 

Miss. Monaghan will be updating as we go through the weeks, so if you have some work to be uploaded, don't forget to let her know!

It's Phunkyfood time!

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