Year 5 Phunky Foods Ambassadors

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Year 5 Phunky Foods Ambassadors gave an assembly today all about food waste. We learnt that everyday in the UK we throw away 24 million slices of bread, 5.9 million glasses of milk and 5.8 million potatoes. Our Ambassadors would like us all to try and waste less food by only serving up what we can…

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Phunky Foods 2022

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Over the last half term we have had a Key Stage 2 group of children take part in Phunky Foods. 

Week 1

We started by making some no bake cereal bars. They include oats/cereal, brown sugar and syrup to bind it all together. The ingredients list was in cups. We looked at a few different…

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Phunky Fit

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We had a great time at Phunky Fit Club today with Harriet from Phunky Foods. We made ‘Broccoli and Pea Salad’ which involved chopping, weighing and measuring out the ingredients. Harriet taught us how to chop safely and we learnt which food groups all the ingredients belong in. We all tasted…

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Phunkyfit Club

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At the final Phunkyfit club for Year 1 and 2 children, we made bagel faces. We found out about the foods we were using and how they are good for us. We chose then cut fruit and vegetables to make the facial features. Finally, we placed them on bagels along with soft cheese to make the faces. They…

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Phunky Fit with Year 1

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This week in Phunky Fit club the Year 1 children made an alternative breakfast called Get Up and Go Smoothies. They found out all the different ingredients and why they are good for our bodies.



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Phunky Fit with Key Stage 1

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In the first Phunky Fit club the Year 1 and 2 children made fruit and yogurt granola pots. Everyone tried some fruit they were unfamiliar with and decided which fruit they would add to make their pot. The children cut the fruit then topped it with some yogurt and granola. The fruit and yogurt…

Physical Education Phunky Foods

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