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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

In the family of St Paul's, we live and learn with Jesus' loving arms around us.


Year 6!


Miss Barton (Class Teacher) and Mrs Craddock (LSA)

Our Class Saint is Maximilian Kolbe

St. Maximilian Kolbe: martyr of supreme sacrifice of life - Vatican News

Maximilian Kolbe was born in Poland in 1894, who had a devotion to Our Lady. He became Franciscan priest and during WW11, he was arrested by the Nazis and sent to a concentration camp. Maximilian died in Auschwitz  because he wanted to save another prisoner. 

How can we be like Saint Maximilian?

Our Catholic Social Teaching for this half term is Options for the Poor and Vulnerable

This Catholic Social Teaching encourages us to imitate Christ's love for the poor by working to create a society where the needs of the poor are always considered first. God invites us to care in a special way for those who need the most help, similar to how Jesus healed the blind man and the paralysed man. We think of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount where He said, "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

Our values and virtues for this half term are Eloquent and Truthful

In Year 6, we are growing to be eloquent and truthful in what we say about ourselves, our relationships with others and the world around us.

We think about St Maximilian Kolbe and how he was a missionary. He travelled the world and informed people of the life of Mary and Jesus. St Maximilian Kolbe formed the Knight of the Immaculata, which later developed a magazine. 


RE - Summer 1


We will know the story of the appearance of the Risen Christ to
Thomas and will understand some reasons why he failed to believe that Christ
was alive. We will be able to describe how his meeting with the Risen Christ
changed Thomas’ life. In RE, we will know that Christians believe in eternal
life. We will also know some New Testament stories that speak about this
eternal life and identify symbols from the Baptismal and funeral liturgy that speak
about eternal life.

Celebrating the life of Mary and the Saints

We will know about the Church’s feasts in honour of the Blessed
Virgin Mary and understand why such importance is attached to them. We will
know that Mary and the saints enjoy the life of heaven and will also know some
of the Church’s prayers to honour them.


For Pentecost, we will know the two stories from the New Testament about the
coming of the Holy Spirit and be able to compare and contrast them. We will
understand why wind, fire and breath are important symbols of the Holy Spirit.
We will know the names of the Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit and explain
why they are important in the lives of Christians.



Year 2 weekly Homework (12/11/2020) - Allanson Street Primary School


Please ensure that your child reads for at least 10 minutes each evening and sign their diary.


Children will be given new spellings each Friday, please test your child on these each day.

Times tables

As well as TT Rockstars, the children will be given a specific times table to learn each week. Please test your child on this.

Class Notices

Posters | Handwashing | CDC

  • Please remember to bring a water bottle to school.
  • Remember to read and complete your TT Rockstars each evening for at least 10 minutes.
  • Don't forget to bring your reading book, diary and knowledge organiser to school each day.  
  • PE is on a Friday so remember to wear your PE kit to school.