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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

It's the first day of a new month, July! It is the 7th month of the year and the last month of our school year. School closes soon and next year you will be in Year 2! Lots to look forward to. Our amazing weavers have been busy! Such lovely work. Well done everyone.

*Grown-ups we will need some coloured paper for our next weaving project on Friday!

Quiz: What's this animal? It's the deadliest animal in Africa!

Answer at the end - no peeking!

Here's our work for Wednesday 1 July 1.7.2020

Spelling  - Adding the endings -ing, ed, and er to verbs

Complete your 3rd attempt today.

Enter your next weather watch observation.

Download Wednesday’s Word which you can read together and complete whenever/if you choose.


Maths – Comparing numbers

Warm up - Count forwards to 100 in 5s. Ready? Go! Now count forwards to 100 in 10s! Now count backwards from 100 in 10s! Good job!

Today’s we are going to be talking about comparing numbers. We’ve done comparing in the past but this time our numbers are getting much bigger.

Before we watch our White Rose maths please watch

to remind ourselves about greater than and less than, because we talk about these symbols in our Maths lesson today.

Watch White Rose Maths Summer Term – Week 9 Lesson 3

Pause the video when you are asked a question and tell your grown-up your answer, then listen to the answer. You can use your 100 square from Monday!

Now complete the worksheet.

Challenge – Download the True or False challenge for today and have a go!


RWI Phonics

Please follow the set 3 lesson for that day.


imoves - Wellness Wednesday – Warrior 1

Follow Jack and Morgan exercising your muscles.


Break                  Snack and Outdoor Play             Wash hands


English -  Jim and the Beanstalk

Today we find out if your ending was correct! Let’s listen to the end of the story.

Watch from 7.03

Was your ending the same as the story? The sequel has a different ending! Were you expecting that ending? Talk to your grown-up.

Now complete the worksheet.


Lunch                  Wash hands     Pray       Outdoor play      Wash hands


History Jobs in a castle

Do you know any jobs there might have been in a castle? What work could you have done? Let’s go through the PowerPoint to learn about a few of the jobs – some not so nice!

Draw a picture of your favourite job in the castle and tell me why you liked it best.


Handwriting – One-Armed Robot Letters

The letters r, b, n, h, m, k and p are called one-armed robot letters. That’s because we make an up and over movement when we write them. Practise your one-armed robot letters on the worksheet. Sit correctly – say our poem

One, two, three, four

Feet flat on the floor.

Five, six, seven, eight

Backs up straight.

Nine ten

This is the way I hold my pencil.


Tata Storytime

Femi the fox, a pot of jollof read by Okezie Morro


Tidy Up Time

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

Quiz Answer: pihpo  (unscramble the letters)