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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

Zoom at 12. Anyone can join!

9.00 - Grammar

9.30 - English

LO: The Journey by Francesca Samna

See the Powerpoint below and answer the questions in detail.

Converting document.

Here is our poem of the day:

10.30 - Break

11.00 - Maths

Complete the arithmetic paper and then check your answers on the final sheet.

No cheating!

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - Science

LO: To be able to consider our Scientific world.

Think about all the Science we have covered this year.

Write a list of five things that you have learnt.

Now create a list of questions of what you want to find out next year in your Science lessons.

 

2.00 - Art Challenge.

Design a trophy for a winning writer or mathematician; sports star or artist.

 

Reading aloud session 66

Thursday 9th July

Zoom is at 12.00 today!

9.00 - Grammar

9.30 - English

LO: To be able to write a summary.

Continue writing from yesterday with the short date in the margin.

We are focusing on the second box and second half of our first paragraph today.

Here is our poem of the day:

10.30 - Break

11.00 - Maths

Arithmetic paper

You can check your answers on the last page - Don't Cheat!

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - Science

LO: To be able to consider Scientific evidence around Stonehenge.

Go through the PowerPoint and the sheet below.

Make up your own mind about what you believe about Stonehenge and write a paragraph explaining this in your books.

2.00 - Art challenge: Create a new Pokemon.

 

Reading aloud session 61

Thursday 2nd July

Zoom at 12.00 today!

9.00 - Grammar

9.30 - English

LO: To be able to write a summary.

Look at the boxing up. Today we are writing up the third and the fourth box as box three is very small.

Have a look at my example and have a go at writing your own version.

I have started a new paragraph for this section - highlighted.

Here is our poem of the day:

10.30 - Break

11.00 - Maths

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

Retrieval

1. £46.09 + £8.74 = 

2. £120 - £59.86 =

3. £45.67 x 7 =

4. £180.75 divided by 4 =

 

Main lesson:

When thinking about reflection we are considering what the other side of the grid would look like if there was a mirror on the mirror line. It would reflect just like a mirror reflects our faces when we look into it.

This being said, it means we have to transfer the information from one side to the other exactly. We do however need to flip the image so it is opposite.

If we look at the first fluency problem, there is actually only one correct answer on there.

If you are unsure, try and find a small mirror to help you. If you don't have one, just have a go at it anyway and see how you get on.

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - Science

LO: To be able to consider the use of materials.

Read through the PowerPoint and think about something you could design that could have a positive effect on our community.

Think about what materials you would use. Consider comfort if it's clothing as well as it needing to do its job.

Consider how it would look and feel.

Some ideas for you - flameproof trousers, germ-free gloves, hole-free shoes that never rub.

Draw your invention and label it with detailed captions.

2.00 - Art Challenge. Day 27. Something cool.

Reading aloud session 56

Thursday 25th June

Thursday Zoom is also cancelled due to me not being very well.

Again, apologies. I’ll start them back up next week.

9:00 - Spellings -

necessary

neighbour

nuisance

occupy

occur

opportunity

parliament

persuade

physical

prejudice

 

Grammar - Add the missing inverted commas to the sentences. Add a couple of your own.

 

9:15 - English. 

 

LO: To be able to use the text to write in role.

Write a persuasive letter as either the magician (evil) or the musician (good) to persuade the King to let them try to warm up the princess.

Use good vocabulary, make suggestions and promises that would please the king and make him allow them in to see the princess.

  

Here is our poem of the day:

10.45 - Break

11.00 - Maths

LO: To be able to understand volume.

Retrieval

Teach - Volume measures the amount of liquid in a container (this can also be thought of as capacity).

Like area, where we use a small 2 after the measurement to show the number is squared with volume we use a small 3 after the measurement to show the number is cubed.

We are multiplying measurements 3 x

Width x length x depth.

Therefore, if the width of a 3D shape is 4cm and the length is 8 cm followed by the height (depth) being 6 cm we would need to do 4 x 8 x 6.

4 x 8= 32

32 x 6= 192cm³ 

12.00 - Lunch

1.00 - Science

Answer the questions in the success criteria and present them in anyway you like.

This can either be through writing and diagrams, through a poster or a non-chronological report with lots of colour and vibrancy.

Bees are so important in our world, they should be celebrated.

2.00 - Art Challenge day 23. A ghost.

Reading aloud session 52