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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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Monday 11th May- Friday 15th May

Here you will find a 'pick and mix' of learning opportunities for you to select. Feel free to do as many as you like! Or you could create your own activities linked to our topic of 'Pesky Pirates'. And don't forget if you do complete any please share them with us via Tapestry, the class blog or by email:



Here is another of the 'sun, sea and song' lessons with another pirate song for you to sing! Talk about what happened so far. Nigel and Suki have set sail to find treasure. Discuss what the weather and the sea have been like so far. What connection can the children make between the weather and travelling at sea? What happens when there is a storm? Follow the link to join in with our next song:


Intrepid Explorers

If you would like to carry on finding out about our intrepid explorers, have a look at the slides below about Neil Armstrong. We have already learnt about Neil Armstrong in our 'mission to space' in school so I hope you can remember lots about why he is an 'Intrepid explorer' The presentation and worksheets are below.



We have been enjoying finding out about the plants around us and even managing to spot some either in our gardens or on our daily walks! In this lesson you can find out about trees, you will find the presentation and worksheets below.

Year 1 you have a choice of worksheet depending on the level of challenge you would like.



Here is our 3rd lesson about the artist Andy Goldsworthy. This activity uses natural materials that you might find on your daily walks.  This week we are  focusing on spirals and circles. I look forward to seeing your creative ideas!

Pirate science

Here is a fun experiment linked to our topic 'Pesky pirates' if you fancy having a go!