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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 Family and Community

This Catholic Social Teaching tells us that we are all part of God's family, so we should treat each other with respect and equality. Due to this, we need to act as a community. If there is someone who is struggling, we need to help them through their challenges.

Our values and virtues for this half term are Faith-filled and Hopeful

In Year 6, we are growing to be faith-filled and hopeful for the future. We can encourage others to have faith and have hope in others.

During this half term, we can think of our own Vocations and how we can achieve our God-given potential. We can look to St Paul, who is the patron Saint of Missionaries, to support us in sharing our hope and faith with others.


RE - Spring 2


This half term, we will be looking at the customs of the Church during Lent and know why Jesus spoke of prayer, fasting and almsgiving being important and be able to think about applying these in their own lives. We will discuss issues concerning poverty in the world today and think about some remedies for this problem. We will know that the Scriptures speak of God’s mercy and forgiveness and they will understand how the Church celebrates this in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

Holy Week

We will know the story of the passion of Jesus in some detail. We will be able to imagine some of the thoughts and feelings of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and think of some reasons why Peter denied Jesus. We will know some words of Jesus from the cross and understand why the death of Jesus has been described as a sacrifice.


In Maths, we are focusing on fractions, decimals and percentages. We are working out how to make these equivalent. This shows that they must all work together to be equal, similar to how we are equal as we are a part of God's family.

In English, we are writing to persuade readers to visit North America. We will focus on the many different cultures across the continent. Despite the many different cultures, they are part of the family of God and in the vast community of North America.

This half term, we are looking at World War Two in History. This had a huge impact on everyone as many families and communities were torn apart by the greed and hatred of others. We are able to learn from this and understand that we need to treat each other like brothers and sisters.

In Geography, we are exploring North America. We will be looking at different cities, landscapes and ecosystems. Although these environments are spectacular, Pope Francis tells us that, "No one can experience the true beauty of life without relating to others." This tells us that we should share what we learn and see with others.

In Science, we are looking at electricity. We will be making circuits to show the relationship between different components. They need to work as a community in order to allow electricity to flow through the circuit.

For Art, we will be looking at Victorian Architecture. We will focus on Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and St Paul's Cathedral. These buildings are used for our communities, which links to Leviticus, "What you own belongs to the Lord and is given for the good of all."


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.