Working on the task we wanted to find answers to the following questions:

How to be fit and healthy?

What’s appropriate clothing for different seasons?

How the mayorities improve and promote physical activity in our town?


4th grade students prepared a questionnaire and interviewed their parents asking about sport and physical activity. Then during Maths lessons they analyzed the surveys and prepared charts.

5th grade students have written sport rhymes” at their Polish lessons. Then at PE they prepared choreography to them which is used as a warm- up.


The next step was an interview with physiotherapist from The Foundation For The Prevention Of Disability And Health Promotion Reha-Vitae.

On the basis of this interview we prepared common school rules how to be fit and healthy.

  • Eat 5 meals a day. Try not to have snacks between them. Start your day with breakfast.
  • Use wholegrain and dairy products, lean meat, fish, vegetables and fruit.
  • Drink at least 1.5 litres of liquids a day.
  • Avoid sweets and crisps.
  • Take part in PE lessons at least 4 hours a week.
  • Spend free time outdoors. Do what you like – swim, run, play football or walk.
  • Encourage your parents to be active. Spend your time on bike trips, walks or at the swimming pool.
  • Care about your body posture. Don’t slouch while sitting at school or, in front of computer or TV.


To acquaint students from other schools and institutions in our town our early primary students worked out bookmarks and leaflets. The best works were printed and shared with different schools and institutions.


To present our healthy rules 4th, 5th and 6th grade students have designed posters. Here are the best works. The first one was printed and has become "our school's poster".

Six year old pupils have found out how to choose appropriate clothing for different seasons.

The final activity was an interview with Deputy Town Mayor- Mr Urbański.

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