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St Peter and St Paul's

St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

Good morning, hope that you are beginning to enjoy the superb weather but keeping safe as well. It is Wednesday already - only a few more days before  seeing you - I can't wait.

Anyway, let's see what you will be learning today.


Maths: To be able to draw 2D shapes and create patterns.

Open the powerpoint attached below to find your Maths activity for today. You will need: sheets of A4 paper, a ruler, pencil and maybe a protractor.

Now try the 2D -shape quiz attached to the blog.

English: To write a free style poem.

Look back at the document (Mama) from yesterday, read the poem again and then write your own. Remember to include some poetic devices, a list is included in the document attached to this blog.


Science :To know that light travels in straight lines and to understand about concave and convex lens.

Open the 'Light' powerpoint attached to the blog, read through the information on each slide then answer these questions in your book. Please write each sentence in activity 2.

Activity 1
True and false
a. Light is the fastest travelling form of energy
b. Light travels in curve path
c. As per law of reflection, Angle of Incidence = Angle of Reflections
d. A concave lens can be used to produce an enlarged and erect image.
e. An object can be seen only if it emits light
f. A concave lens is called the converging lens

Activity 2
Fill in the blanks
a. The inner surface of a spoon acts like a ________ while its outer surface acts like a _________________
b. An image formed on a screen is called a _______
c. _______mirrors used as side mirrors in scooters /cars
d. The lenses which feel thicker in the middle than at the edges are _________
e. The seven colours in rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, ______ and ________

Now, open the document (attached below) with your science answers and mark your work.

DT: To explore a design task and solve a problem.

Open the document (Bridges) attached to the blog, read carefully and complete the activity.