Menu
Prospective Parents/Carers, see Home>Key Information>Prospective Parents for a Visual Presentation.................NEW! St Paul's Pre-School hours from September 2020, 7.45 am-5.45 pm Monday-Friday. To secure your place NOW phone Pre-School on 01625858222 as places are limited. Please see class web pages (by clicking on the Children tab) for information about each class.......Our children continue to enjoy fabulous experiences in our very own Forest School!........The School Council is busy working hard to promote children's views.......NSPCC Net Aware has information about the most commonly used apps by young people net-aware.org.uk..

St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

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

Monday 12th July

Good morning! 

 

Spelling Tests

Please use your spelling lists to test yourself on last week's spelling words.

I've posted the 'big list' and the link to the Spelling Bees Groups below.

 

Please put your scores on the Padlet.

Alternative Maths Lesson for Mrs Charmer's group

LO: To round 2 and 3 digit numbers to the nearest 10

Maths - Year 5

LO: To convert kilometres and metres

  1. Watch the video, pausing it when asked to answer questions
  2. Complete the questions on the sheet
  3. Mark your answers
  4. Have a go at the True or False question

Year 5 lesson video - Kilometres

Maths - Year 6

LO: To use ratio language

  1. Watch the video, pausing it when asked to answer questions
  2. Complete the questions on the sheet
  3. Mark your answers
  4. Have a go at the True or False question

Year 6 Lesson Video - Using ratio language

Reading

LO: To recommend books to others,  justifying your opinions

Recommend a book using the Padlet and it might appear on the school newsletter.  

Include title, author, what the book is about, why you enjoyed it and who you think would like to read it.    If you can also add abook cover too then bonus points!

RE

This is your final assessment task so please put as much effort into it as possible to demonstrate your understanding.  Show the best that you can be! :)

 

Task

Imagine you have received the following email from Nathan, a Jewish boy you met on holiday.  He wants to continue your friendship.

Write a reply to Nathan.

 

YOU MUST INCLUDE:

  • Why it is important for Jews and Christians to study, understand and respect each other's religion.
  • Why the teachings of the Church are important.
  • Show some links between Judaism and Christianity.
  • Explain the importance of these links.
  • Why it is important to show respect for each other.
  • What you might learn from each other.

 

(To help you...

 

We believe that Jesus is the Messiah, truly God and that he will come again at the end of time. For Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life.

 

Jews recognise Jesus is a very good teacher. While some of his teachings are accepted by them, he does not play an important part in their religion.)

 

Email from Nathan

 

Hi

 

It was good to meet you last week.  I am a Jew and I would like to know about your religion.

 

Can you tell me something about it? For example, what is your most important holy day? What do you do on it?

 

This is what I do: every Saturday I observe the Sabbath with my family and keep its laws and customs.

 

We have a special meal together.  Candles are lit and there are Sabbath blessings, prayers, songs and readings.

We don't go shopping or watch TV on that day!

 

Nathan

 

EMAIL YOUR REPLY TO NATHAN (oak@stpauls.cheshire.sch.uk) OR PRINT IT OFF AND BRING IT TO SCHOOL TOMORROW.

 

DON'T FORGET TO INCLUDE EVERYTHING FROM THE LIST ABOVE!  YOU WILL HAVE TO DO SOME RESEARCH TO FIND THIS OUT.

 

Assembly from Bible Encounter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yb53Wd4pZ4 

 

Spanish

LO: To revise Spanish vocabulary

Use this link to go to the Kidslingo site and use the password posted on the school blog to access it.  There are loads of Spanish games but try out these Level 2 games first:

- At The beach

- Theme Park Rides

- Numbers 10 to 20

PE

LO: To learn a routine - Year 6

(POV: You are here before Monday because your parents told you about my email)

 

Okay Year 6, we are pushed for time as you know, so please use as much time as you can trying to become familar with this routine and track; we won't have much time to choreograph a dance together.  If you're happy dancing, please learn the dance routine.  If you desperately don't want to dance (which would be a huge shame) then please think of another way you can participate...for example, can you play an instrument along to the music, or do something else to bring the performance alive for those dancing.

High Hopes - Just Dance 2020

PE Year 5

LO: To improve accuracy in football skills

Football Drills For Kids - Essential Soccer Drills For Kids

Top