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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

How are you? I am really missing you all. I hope you are continuing to be amazing superstars at home. I am really proud of you all and you should be proud of your fantastic efforts too. Remember to play, learn and grow!

Here's our work for Monday 11 May

9.00 – 9.10

Spelling y and split e-e digraph

Download your spelling for this week. Complete your 1st attempt today.


English   o-e digraph

When we see the o-e digraph we say the long ‘o’ sound like in the words ‘so’ and ‘toe’. Watch

Can you think of any more o-e words? Download the worksheet. Put a circle around every word you find with an o-e sound. Colour each circle in yellow. Use THREE of the words in your own sentences.

*Remember a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends in a full stop.


PE -  “PE with Joe” The Body Coach

OR Check out the Academy’s new ‘Healthy Living’ page and try one of the 20 minute active lessons


B R E A K               snack and outdoor play              Wash hands



Read from a book from home OR log onto Purple Mash and read Anna and the Third Leaf Chapter 4 and do the Quiz. They have both been set as a 2Do for you!


 Maths  Subtraction

We are revising subtraction. What is subtraction? Watch

We can use our fingers to help us subtract. Let’s try 5 – 3. Put up 5 fingers, now take away 3 fingers. How many are left? That’s right 2! We can write 5 – 3 = 2. Use your fingers to complete the subtraction worksheet.


L U N C H         Pray    outdoor play        wash hands after play


Topic Work  Growing and Planting

Has your plant germinated? Are there roots on your plant? Maybe the first few leaves have appeared. What are the different parts of a plant called? Watch

Now log on to Purple Mash and complete the Plants Labelling activity. It has been set as a 2Do for you. Now draw your own plant diagram in your Learning Book and label all the parts of the plant – leaves, seeds, roots, flower, and stem. Colour it in.


Topic Work  RE Pentecost

Holy days like holidays are times for celebrating and enjoyment, we relax and think about other things. Holy days are special times of thinking about the life of Jesus and about God's love and care for us. This is good news. The Holy Spirit guides us to show our love and share that good news.

Go through the PowerPoint.

  • What are the people in picture doing?
  • What is the good news they are hearing?
  • How do you feel if you have good news to tell or receive? (show this by facial expressions)
  • What do you do if you have good news?

Colour in picture of Peter and the Apostles going out to spread the Good News.                                                                                                                               You can listen to these songs while you work. Sing along if you know them!

Our God reigns

Go Out Go Out


Phonics Play – split digraph o-e

Buried Treasure/start/phase 5/ o-e


Tidy Up Time       

Help your home teacher to clean your work area and remember to work as a team.