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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero


Good morning! Thank you for all the wonderful pictures from yesterday's activities its great to see how you are getting on, so please keep them coming!

All today's activities are below, I hope you enjoy them.

Good Morning 21.4.20

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Pirate Challenge writing:

Today we are going to be starting this half terms topic ‘Pesky Pirates!’

Have a look at the PowerPoint ‘All about Pirates’ below and then have a chat with your family:

What would it be like to be a pirate?

What do pirates like to do?

Are pirate’s kind or mean?

Use the pirate worksheet or your home learning book to draw a picture of your very own pirate. Then write a description of your pirate:

What is your pirate name?

What do they look like? Do they wear an eye patch?

Are they mean?

What do they like stealing?


Intrepid Explorers:

What is an explorer? What different things can people explore? Have a look at the presentation about Christopher Columbus. The information shows when he lived and what it was like at the time. There is also a worksheet to complete comparing life when Christopher Columbus was alive and now. 

Story time 21.4.20

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