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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

This is our final day of home learning and the last blog of the year! Well done everyone. Have a wonderful summer break; home school teachers you deserve it and so do you children for working in such a different way. You are all awesome!

I have attached a few Powerpoint memories you can share together.


Final Ultimate Fruit Quiz Question:  The durian is the world’s stinkiest fruit and is grown in Asia. How stinky is it?

  • So stinky it can peel the paint off walls
  • So stinky it makes grown men cry like babies
  • So stinky it is not allowed to eat them on buses and in hotels
  • So stinky you can be punished for thinking about them

Answer at the end, no peeking!

Here's our work for today Thursday 16 July 16.7.2020

Spelling  - Common Exception words

First complete the activity for the words; where, love, come, some, one, once, ask, friend, school and put in the common words activity booklet, and then complete the handwriting lines for the same words in the common exception words handwriting booklet.


Maths – Comparing Time

Warm up - Let’s start our day by counting backwards. Start from 60. Ready? Go!

We are going to think about how we compare time. Some words we use to compare time are early, late, slow and fast. Can you think of any more?

Watch White Rose Maths Summer Term – Week 12 Lesson 4

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!


Phonics – Phase 4 Kim’s Game

Go through the PowerPoint and play the game. You will need your book to write down the word!


Yoga Dance Chair routine

Follow the dance moves from your chair!


Break                  Snack and Outdoor Play             Wash hands


English -  Jim and the Beanstalk

We are nearing the conclusion of our story. Conclusion means the end. We need to think about something that happens before Jim (you) climb down the beanstalk. In the book we read that he got his new wig and then his appetite came back. What did you bring back for him yesterday? Did this bring back his appetite? Write the part where he looks at himself in a mirror and decides his appetite is back. Use these questions to help.

What does he use to look at himself? Does he like what he sees? What does he say? What is he thinking? What are you thinking? What do you do?

*Remember to try and use speech marks to show what each character is saying.

Sentences must begin with a capital letter and end with a full stop.


Lunch                  Wash hands     Pray       Outdoor play      Wash hands


History – Castles

Log on to Busy Things/Key Stage 1/Ash/History/Castles and Knights/Design a shield. It has been set as an assignment for you. Choose your shield and design a shield for your knight to use for jousting.  If you have time I have two fun worksheets for you to complete. Have fun!


Computers – Coding

Now you know how to use code log on to Purple Mash and complete the Haunted Scene exercise which has been set as a 2Do for you.

Home/Computing/2Code/Chimp/Haunted Scene

Click on the video to listen to the instruction for each step. Click on the flashing Next Challenge button up at the top to move on to the next challenge. Good luck!



Listen to Christian Slater read The Coal Thief


Tidy Up Time

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

Fruit Quiz Answer: 

  • So stinky it is not allowed to eat them on buses and in hotels