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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

What a busy Friday and what awesome art! I am amazed by how hard you are working. Thank you parents for sending in all the pictures. I do enjoy sharing them! I hope you all had a good weekend even though it was a bit rainy and wet! Hope you updated your weather charts!

Daily quiz: What animal do you see? Answer at the end of today's timetable in case you can't figure it out! I have also added a fact and a link for a very short video about our awesome animal.

Here's our work for today Monday 22 June 22.6.2020

Grown-ups as always I have attached the timetable below for you to print off.

Spelling  - Adding s and es to words

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

Enter your next weather watch observation.



Please use the link and follow the family Liturgy.


Maths – One more one less

Warm up – Count up to 20. Now count backwards from 20.

Today we are going to learn about one more and one less. We’ve done this in class before but we are just going to go over it to make sure we know it really well.

 Watch White Rose Maths One More One Less

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 and have a go!

If you have time you can log on to Purple Mash and do both the 2Dos set for you.

Home/Mathematics/Number/Number and Place Value/1 less/1 more than/One less 1-100 a and 1 more 1-100 a


Imoves  - Mighty Monday - Yoga -Fit 1a

Practice your yoga poses. Watch and follow Gay


Break                  Snack and Outdoor Play             Wash hands


English -  Jack and the Beanstalk

We have a new story to read. It’s called Jim and the Beanstalk. Do you know another story with a very similar title? That’s right! Jack and the Beanstalk. I wonder if this is going to be the same or different? Let’s try and remember the key events in Jack and the Beanstalk, so that we can compare the two stories. The story begins with Jack daydreaming. Do you know what a daydream is? Have you ever had a daydream? What might you daydream about? Watch the first 3 episodes of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Episode 1 What shall we do?

• listen and look out for why Jack and his Ma are sad

• listen and look out for all the food that is mentioned

Tell your grown-up the answer to these questions

• What was Jack daydreaming about at the beginning of the story?

• Why was Ma sad?

• What did Jack and his Ma have on their shelves?

Episode 2 We have to sell daisy

• listen and look out for how Jack is feeling

Tell your grown-up the answer to these questions

• Why was Jack sad?

• Why do they need to sell Daisy?

• What does Jack hope, as he goes to sleep?

Episode 3 Jack went to market

• listen and look out for what the market is like

• listen for the sounds that Jack hears

Tell your grown-up the answer to these questions

• Why did Jack plead with his Ma?

• How much money did Jack’s Ma want for Daisy?

• What was it like at the market?

• What other animals were for sale?

Now complete the Jack and the Beanstalk worksheets.


Lunch                  Wash hands     Pray       Outdoor play      Wash hands


Science - Trees

Did you know that all our classes are named after trees? What’s our class tree name? Correct. We are Ash class. But do you know what an ash tree looks like? Or a beech, willow, birch, sycamore and oak? Watch

Let’s learn more about trees. Go through the PowerPoint. When you have finished you will be going off on a tree hunt. Perhaps you can start in your garden then go for a walk down the street, or in the woods if you live close enough! Use your powers of observation and tick off all the trees you find by looking closely at their leaves! Don’t forget to collect some leaves, you will need them tomorrow.


RE – Neighbours

Who is your neighbour? Is it someone who lives next door? Is it someone who sits next to you in class? Could it be other children you know? What about the children at school? Or could it be children and people in another town or even country? During this pandemic we have all been good neighbours. We have been clapping every Thursday for the great work the NHS has been doing. Did you stand outside and clap, or bang on your pots and pans at 8 o’clock? I did – we all did! We were being neighbourly, looking out for and caring about one another.

Draw your street on a Thursday night, showing you and your neighbours clapping for carers. Write a little bit about what you and your neighbours did together.


Tata Story Time

Listen to Chicken in the kitchen read by Lucian Msamati

Try and laugh like the Wood Wit!


Tidy Up Time

Help your grown-up to clear the work area and remember to work as a team.

Quiz Answer:   elephant   Fact: It is the largest living animal on land.

Watch Amazing Animals