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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.

Monday 13th July

Zoom at 12 today!

9.00 - Spellings for the week:

symbol

system

temperature

thorough

twelfth

variety

vegetable

vehicle

yacht

equipped

Grammar

9.30 - English

LO: To be able to write a summary.

Today we are completing our summary so are focusing on the final box.

Once you are done proof read your summary and make any relevant changes. 

If you can, send it to me on an email.

Here is our poem of the day:

10.30 - Break

11.00 - Maths

LO: To be able to add and subtract fractions.

Retrieval

1. If a rectangle has the area of 32cm2, what could the sides be measured at?

2. 24.01 + 3.5

3. 71.9 - 24.82

4. 12.703 x 100

 

Main lesson:

When adding fractions with different denominators we need to find the lowest common multiple in order to make the fractions more workable.

Therefore if we are adding 3/7 and 4/9 we would work out that both of these numbers go into 63 (7x9) so 63 is our new denominator.

For 7ths to become 63rds we must multiply it by 9 so we also multiply the numerator by 9. 9x3=27 (27/63)

Then we do the same for the other fraction.

For 9ths to become 63rds we must multiply by 7 so we must multiply to numerator by 7 too (4x7=28) 28/63.

27+28 = 55/63

Finally, simplify if you can.

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - History

LO: To be able to understand the development of transport during the Industrial Revolution.

2.00 - Art Challenge

Draw a picture of you and your best friend(s).

Reading aloud session 63

Monday 6th July

Zoom at 12!

9.00 - Spellings for the week:

sacrifice

secretary

shoulder

signature

sincere

sincerely

soldier

stomach

sufficient

suggest

Grammar

9.30 - English

Duck, Death and the Tulip.

See the PowerPoint below and answer the questions on the last slide.

Here is our poem of the day: 

10.30 - Break

11.00 - Maths

LO: To be able to reflect over a mirror line.

Retrieval

1. 3/7 of 49

2. 1/8 of 32

3. 7/9 of 72

4. 2/3 of 96

 

Main lesson:

Similar to last week have another look at the grids below in order to reflect the shapes carefully.

Consider the position of the mirror and the direction in which your shape will move.

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - History

LO: To be able to understand the importance of the mechanism of cotton spinning.

2.00 - Art Challenge day 29. Unlikely friends.

Reading aloud session 58

Monday 29th June

Zoom will be at 12 today!

9.00 - Spellings for the week:

privilege

profession

programme

pronunciation

queue

recognise

recommend

restaurant

rhyme

rhythm

Grammar - Complete the activities on the two challenge cards below. 

9.30 - English 

LO: To be able to write a summary.

Use the summary text from last week to create a summary of your own that sums up the antics of the evil magician who tried to warm the princess.

Your summary should only be to paragraphs long and should stick to the main points.

Possible starting sentence could be:

In the story of the Princess' Blankets by Carol Anne Duffy, there is an evil character with cold, stony eyes who deems himself a magician...

Here is our poem of the day:

10.30 - Break

11.00 - Maths

LO: To be able to estimate volume.

Retrieval

  1. 45,678 x 54 = 
  2. What is the area of a rectangle with sides of 6cm and 9cm?
  3. What the perimeter of that rectangle be?
  4. What is the difference between 710,045 and 34,679?

Main lesson: Remember, when estimating you're having a sensible guess using the information you already have. These estimates will end in multiples of 10/100 or 1000.

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - History

LO: To be able to understand why the Industrial Revolution was important to Britain.

14.00 - Art challenge. Day 25 - A logo of a band you like (or if they don't have a logo, maybe the front cover of a song or album you like).

Reading aloud session 54 - session 53 is now on Friday's page too! Technical hitch and I didn't realise it hadn't gone on until now!

Monday 22nd June

Zoom will be at 12.00 today!

 9:00 - Spellings -

necessary

neighbour

nuisance

occupy

occur

opportunity

parliament

persuade

physical

prejudice

 

Grammar - Add extra information to the text below using brackets.

 Story settings boring description...to be improved | Teaching ...

9:15 - English. 

 

LO: Varmints by Helen Ward and Marc Crasre

Read the story and answer the questions on the last slide.

Make sure your answers are detailed like they would be in class.

Our poem of the day:

10.15 - Break

 

11.00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use imperial units of measurement.

Retrieval

Choose problems from fluency, reasoning and problem solving as we do in class and move yourself on when you feel confident.

 

Teach - We no longer use imperial measurements as much these days as we tend to use metric.

However, it is important that we make links as some are still used.

 

E.g. feet and inches are used to measure height

Stones and pounds can be used to measure our weight

Also pounds and ounces may be used in cooking and recipes.

Miles can be used when measuring distance in the car or when running or walking.

12.00 - Lunch

 

13.00 - History

LO: Assessment

Create an information page on the Victorian era using the knowledge from the last 6 sessions.

You can also add in any extra information you can find online.

Here are some ideas of more things you could add:

  • school life
  • factories
  • toys
  • food
  • daily life

14.00 - Art challenge. Day 20 - An emotion.

Reading aloud session 49