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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

Alive in Jesus

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HAPPY SUMMER HOLIDAYS TO ALL OF OUR ST PAUL'S FRIENDS AND FAMILY. GO TO THE 'PARENTS' FLAG BELOW FOR KEY INFORMATION FOR SEPTEMBER 2020. STAY SAFE EVERYONE.

Thursday 16th July

1. PE with Joe Wicks 9am

2. Spellings
Practise your spellings like you do school.


Copy it once.
Cover it and write it. Check it.
Cover it and write it. Check it.
Cover it and write it. Check it.


Today is your last day to practise. Tomorrow is your test.

 

3. Handwriting

Practise each join three times. Make sure that the letters are the right size and on the right lines. Remember that the joining lines are very important. The letters mustn’t touch.

 

4. English


Warm Up

Ask an adult to mark it. Here are the answers.

Main Lesson

This week, we are going to finish our work on 'The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark'.

 

 

5. Maths


Warm Up

Revision

Ask an adult to mark it. Here are the answers.

Main Lesson
 

Our unit is about measuring mass, volume and temperature.


All the sheets that you need are inside the envelope that you collected from school last week.

Today, you are going to measure temperature using a thermometer.

This is the first time that you have learnt about measuring temperature. This is how warm or cold something is. We use a thermometer to measure the temperature and the units are ‘degrees Centigrade’ that is written ℃ .

The temperature is higher when it is warmer.
The temperature is lower when it is colder.

You will need to count in 2s, 5s and 10s skills when you are reading different scales on thermometers like you did for grams, kilograms, millilitres and litres.


Talk through the PowerPoint slides together to make sure that you understand. You do not need to write them in your books. It is like when we sit on the carpet in class to talk about our learning first.

Here are your activities.

6. RE

Our last RE unit in Year 2 in all about the Mass. We have learnt about the Introductory Rites, the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Eucharist.

Imagine you are meeting somebody who has never heard about the Mass. What would you tell that person? How would you explain that it was an important and special occasion?