Pupils get a slice of life
A TASTY day of learning greeted pupils at Studlands Rise First School in Royston. A visit from Kingsmill Bakeries supported Year 3 s science topic on diet and teeth as well as their design and technology unit on sandwich snacks. Throughout the day Kingsmi
A TASTY day of learning greeted pupils at Studlands Rise First School in Royston.
A visit from Kingsmill Bakeries supported Year 3's science topic on diet and teeth as well as their design and technology unit on sandwich snacks.
Throughout the day Kingsmill led a series of workshops which enhanced the pupils' understanding of what constitutes a healthy diet.
They also learned how sandwiches can be part of a daily healthy diet, were given information about food hygiene, and gained an understanding of how foods can be changed to suit a variety of tastes and needs.
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A school spokesperson said: "The planned activities were very hands-on, and allowed the children to gain knowledge through practical experience."
The children also had the opportunity to taste a range of breads and to taste and evaluate the sandwiches they made.
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