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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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

Friday 21st January 2022

Good morning!   Here are today's learning activities.


Start the day with this times tables activity.

Repeat the game as many times as you need to get your highest score in the fastest time you can.


LO: To develop fitness and agility

Only if you're well enough!

Physical Education at home - Paper Fitness

Physical Education activity for students to follow along at home. Equipment - 5 sheets of paper.

Reading comprehension.

LO: To answer VIPERS questions.

  • Open the document and read the text about 'weather, climate and biomes.'
  • It's a challenging text with lots of technical words, so ask for help at home if you need to.
  • Answer the VOCABULARY and VIPERS questions, writing down your answers.

This afternoon

  • Take as much time as you need to finish any work from this week that is not complete. 
  • Make sure it is the best work you can do. 
  • If you need to redo any work to improve presentation, please do so.
  • Get your work from the week together and organise it so that it can be glued in your school books.

If you are already finished and organised, then here are some more activities



LO: To develop reading for pleasure through personal reflection

  • In this lesson, we will explore examples of genre in literature.
  • We will reflect on what reading for pleasure means.
  • We will spend time thinking about different important texts to us and create a 'Reading River' to show our own personal journeys in reading.

Art /DT

LO: To make a paper pen stand

  • We used this video in class last term after one of the Year 6 pupils recommended the activity. 
  • If you have any time left, why not give it another go?

How to Make Pen Stand