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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 28th January

Good morning!


Finishing off

  • Today I would like you to go back through the week's lessons and make sure you have finished all of the work set.
  • Spend as much time as you need doing this work and get it ready to bring into school next week so that it can be glued in your school books.
  • You especially need to bring the history, science, maths and English work.

Have a go at this 192 test. If you can't print, you can still write the answers on paper.


  • Spend some time learning all 20 of your spelling words for this week.  
  • Have a practise test and then try to learn the words you spelled wrong.


To develop netball skills

  • Below you will find two documents all about netball.  
  • One has information about the rules of netball.
  • The other contains lots of ideas for 'at home' netball activities.
  • First, read the rules and then have a go at some of the activities.
  • Next, make a poster about the rules of netball which can be given to Mr Tweedy for use in our netball lessons.


LO: To write a rhyming couplet and turn it into a work of art

  1. Click on the link below, to open the BBC Ten Pieces page.
  2. Scroll down a little to the second row of videos: Taking inspiration from Kerry Andrew’s No Place Like, Angry Dan guides you in creating art work influenced by the theme of "home". 
  3. Watch the first video. Watch Lemn Sissay as he explores Kerry Andrew's piece using facts and insight, beautiful animation and footage from the heart of the Ten Pieces Children's Choir.
  4. Watch the second video:  Angry Dan shows you how to create a rhyming work of art on the theme of “home”.
  5. Keep your work safe to bring in to school.


LO: To create a perspective drawing in the style of L.S. Lowry

Lowry perspective drawing

A step by step guide to an LS Lowry-inspired perspective drawing.

LS Lowry, Britain at Play