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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

On Sunday we clapped for the NHS one more time. It was their birthday! They started caring for their neighbours 72 years ago and are still doing an awesome job today! Let's all try and care for one another like the NHS. Be kind, be helpful and share a virtual hug!

Riddle week! I am a fruit with seeds on the outside. What am I?

Answer at the end of the blog! No Peeking!

Here's our work for today Monday 6 July 6.7.2020

Spelling  - Adding -er and -est to adjectives where no change is needed to the root word.

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



Please use the link and follow the family Liturgy.


Maths –Recognising coins

Warm Up - Count up to 100 in 2s. Start at 50. Ready? Go!

Today we are going to revise what we know about coins. We are going to look at all the coins we use in the UK. We will talk about their colour, shape and size. Then we will compare the value of the coins.

Watch White Rose Maths Summer Term – Week 10 Lesson 2

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!


GoNoodle Be Kind to Yourself

Practice your yoga poses.


Break                  Snack and Outdoor Play             Wash hands


English -  Jim and the Beanstalk

Re-read the story up to ‘quite safe’, slides 1-6. Who is speaking on each page? How do you know? Talk to your grown-up. I hope you pointed at or said the speech marks!

Look at this poem about Jim and The Giant. Listen to the children perform it on the audio download and read along using the worksheet.

Now use a colour pencil to colour in all the speech marks you see. Colour Jim’s speech marks in one colour and the Giant’s in another.

*You will need your work from Friday 3rd July for tomorrow’s activity. If you are coming in to school please ask your adult to take a picture of the work and email it to school for Mr Nagre.


Lunch                  Wash hands     Pray       Outdoor play      Wash hands


Science – Types of Animals

Today we are going to learn about the different things that animals eat.


Now complete the worksheet. Cut and paste the animals into the correct part of the Venn diagram. Remember the middle one is an omnivore because it belongs to BOTH the carnivore and herbivore groups.


RE Neighbours

Jesus looked after his friends. When they were tired He made sure they had time to rest.


To be a good neighbour and good friend, you take care of the other person before you take care of yourself. This can be hard, but if everyone all over the world did this, think of the difference it would make; think of the difference this attitude would make to your family, neighbourhood and school. What can I do at home and in school, to find out what my friend or neighbour needs? I can listen to what they are saying, I can notice if someone is upset, I can share what I have with someone who doesn’t have as much as me, I can remind myself to be grateful, and always to remember, that all I have is a gift from God. Jesus tells us that the best and greatest friend is the one who is generous, kind, unselfish and always ready to help anyone they can. This is what it means to be a good neighbour.

Mani is helping all his neighbours in the village.


Who helps you in your neighbourhood? Talk to your grown-up. Draw a picture of Mani on his bicycle and describe how he helps his neighbours.


Story Time

Listen to Oprah Winfrey read The Hula-Hoopin’ Queen


Tidy Up Time

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

Riddle Answer:   awStrbeyrr  (unscramble the letters)