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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

Monday 31st January 2022

RE

The Offertory at Mass

LO: To understand what happens at the Offertory and to think about the offerings we can make.

 

a)  Explain what happens at the Offertory of the Mass.  Why is it important?

 

b)  Give examples of the offerings we can make to Jesus.

Maths - Year 5 

LO: To compare and order fractions which are less than one

  1. Use the video to work through the lesson, completing activities when asked.
  2. Have a go at the questions on the FIRST SIDE ONLY of the sheet.
  3. If you need some help, try the support sheet then go back to the FIRST SIDE.
  4. Mark your work.
  5. Go back and try again, the ones you got wrong.
  6. If you have completed the first side and are ready for more, try the extension sheet.

 

TIPS:

  • < means 'is less than'
  • > means 'is greater than'
  • = means 'is equal to'
  • 'compare' means to say whether the number is    <   or   >    or   =    a number

Year 5: Compare and order fractions less than 1 (first part of worksheet)

Maths - Year 6

LO: To compare and order fractions using the denominator

  1. Use the video to work through the lesson, completing activities when asked.
  2. Have a go at the questions on the sheet.
  3. Mark your work.
  4. Go back and try again, the ones you got wrong.
  5. Have a go at the True or False.

Year 6: Compare and order (denominator)

Spanish

LO: Saying you or someone else is hungry, hot and cold

In this lesson, we will recap nine food nouns and their articles and use the verbs "tener" and "querer" to say if you or someone else is hot, cold or hungry.

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