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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

Alive in Jesus



Tuesday 13th 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.

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


Ask an adult to mark your work. Here are the answers.

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'.

Chapter 7


5. Maths

Warm Up


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 volume in litres.

This is the first time that you have used the standard unit of litres (l).

You need to recognise the difference between measuring in millilitres and litres and when it is more efficient to use litres to measure liquid rather than millilitres.

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. Science

Today you are going to be learning about David Attenborough and making a fact file about him.


7. Prayer Service


Gospel: Matthew 13:1-9

That same day Jesus left the house and went to the lakeside, where he sat down to teach. The crowd that gathered around him was so large that he got into a boat and sat in it, while the crowd stood on the shore. He used parables to tell them many things.
“Once there was a man who went out to sow corn. As he scattered the seed in the field, some of it fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up. Some of it fell on rocky ground, where there was little soil. The seeds soon sprouted, because the soil wasn't deep. But when the sun came up, it burnt the young plants; and because the roots had not grown deep enough, the plants soon dried up. Some of the seed fell among thorn bushes, which grew up and choked the plants. But some seeds fell in good soil, and the plants produced corn; some produced 100 grains, others sixty, and others thirty.”
And Jesus concluded, “Listen, then, if you have ears!”

Gospel reflection
What do you remember from today’s reading?


Jesus tells a story or parable about someone planting seeds in a field. He does not carefully place the seeds in the ground but scatters them around. The seeds all land in different places, some in good soil and some not. Can you remember all the places the seed lands and what happens to it?

Jesus goes on to explain his parable and exactly what it means. Can you remember any of what he said?

The seed that falls on the path is like those people who hear what Jesus is saying but don’t really understand it or listen to it properly.

The seed that falls on the rocks is like the person who hears what Jesus asks of us and starts off really excited about it, but who gives up following him as soon as it is difficult.

The seed that falls in the thorns is like someone who hears what Jesus says but concentrates too much on having the best things, the most money, rather than on being the person Jesus wants us to be.

The seed that falls on the rich soil is like someone who hears what Jesus is asking, understands it, and lives their life as he asks them to.

So which one do you think we should try to be? How do you think you can be like the seed that falls on the rich soil? How do you listen to what Jesus is saying to you?

How does Jesus ask us to live our lives and treat one another? What can you do to follow him?

This week, see if you can be like the seed that falls on the rich soil – listen to what Jesus asks of you, try to understand it and live your life as God calls you to.

8. Reading Aloud

'Don't Spill the Milk' by Stephen Davies