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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

What great art work Chloe and Noah! Arihant your daffodil is beautiful and your beans are doing so well. I am so impressed by you all working so well with your grown-ups. Thank you for all your hard work.

Animal Quiz

Here's our work for today Tuesday 9 June 9.6.2020

Spelling  – tch

Practise your spelling for this week. Complete your 2nd attempt today.

Enter your next weather watch observation.


Maths – Make Equal Groups (grouping)

Yesterday we learned how to make doubles. Today we are going to make equal groups or grouping. Let’s go!

Watch White Rose Maths Summer Term week 1 Lesson 2 Make Equal Groups (grouping)

Pause the video when you are asked a question and tell your grown-up your answer, then listen to the answer.

Now complete the worksheet.

CHALLENGE - download the True or False Challenge for today and have a go!


RWI Phonics

Please select the level appropriate for your child and follow the lesson for that day

YouTube channel.    


Mindfulness - Rainbow breath GoNoodle


B R E A K               snack and outdoor play              Wash hands


English   I want My Hat Back

Read the story using the PowerPoint. Stop at the page where the Bear is still lying on his back and the deer asks, ‘What’s the matter?’ Look at the three little dots at the end of the page. They are called ellipses. The three dots mean that the bear has stopped speaking in the middle of his sentence. Why do you think this might be? Tell your grown-up. Look at the next page. The author has used capital letters and the colour red. Why do you think he used red? Why are the words in capital letters? Tell your grown-up. How do you think the Bear is feeling right now?

Good job, I’m sure you knew that the colour red and the capital letters show that bear is angry and feeling cross.

Read the story to the page where the rabbit and bear come face to face. What might each be thinking? Now download the worksheet and put in what you think each character is thinking, using the speech bubbles.


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


Topic Work  Wild Plants

Go through the PowerPoint to look at other wild plants, you may know some of them. Talk about each plant with your grown-up. Now do the worksheet. Cut out and paste each picture into your book. Use the word bank to write the correct name under each one. Which of these plants shouldn’t you touch? Write the name of the plant and why you should not touch it. There is a plant that can help you if you do touch this plant. It normally grows close by. Which one is it? Ask your grown-up if you don’t know the answer. Write down its name in your book. Do you have any of these plants in your garden? If your answer is yes write down the names of the plants you have. You might have to go outdoors with your book to check which ones are growing in your garden. Can you identify one other plant not in your book? Draw it and write its name.


RE Being Sorry

When we do something wrong and make the wrong choices we need to say sorry. Watch

When we say sorry we must mean it too. Levi and Zacchaeus said sorry and changed. Jesus forgave them. We must forgive others too. Look at the picture. Answer these questions –tell your grown-up your answers.


•             What are the children thinking about?

•             Who is thinking about a happy time and who is thinking of a wrong choice?

•             Who should the children say sorry to? (Look at the picture for clues.)

•             Why is bedtime a good time to think about what has happened during the day?

•             What do you think we should say to God about the happy times we have had?

•             What should we say about the unhappy times?      

Can you think of a prayer the children might say? Write it in your book.


Story Time

Listen to Storytime with Nick: Ravi’s Roar


Tidy Up Time       

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


Quiz Answer: anpda   (unscramble the letters)