FIT FOR A KING 

Autumn/ Spring Term

PSHE, Wellbeing, Science

Age Group: 5-7 
 

Addresses Requirements of Key Stage 1 Curriculum:

  • Recognise what a healthy diet looks like.
     

  • Understand the part personal hygiene plays in a healthy lifestyle.
     

  • Learn how exercise helps the body to stay fit and healthy.
     

  • Articulating arguments and opinions.


Fit for a King is an interactive workshop which develops children’s confidence in making decisions about healthy eating, hygiene and fitness within an exciting fictional context.

 

Fit for a King takes place in the royal palace of the very unhealthy, Prince Yan.  The children are recruited as cooks to prepare for a royal banquet where he will be crowned king. They help him to create a healthy menu, design exciting exercises and games and show Prince Yan how to keep himself clean.  He rewards their efforts by inviting them to the coronation as honoured guests.

 

Outcomes: 
Children will:

  • Make informed choices regarding a food for a celebration.
     

  • Understand why oral and body hygiene is important.
     

  • Learn why exercise helps the body to stay fit.

‘It was so interactive and had a good pace which kept all the children engaged.  There was lots of science and speaking and listening activities.’

Year 2 Teacher, Blandford Mere Primary School, Stourbridge

Acess a comprehensive resource pack with follow-up activities which allow you to expand on learning from the workshop after our visit below. 


For more information, or to book, email us by clicking on "Get in Touch".

Touring: Autumn/Spring December 7th- January 14th

Runtime: 90 Minutes 
Audience Capacity: Maximum 35 students per workshop

Requirements: School Hall or Large Cleared Classroom 
 

INFORMATION

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