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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 6th July

St. Paul's Has Got Talent!

Remember to email me your entries for the talent show!


L.O. To learn spellings

If you didn't get to finish your story last week, then use some time today to get the completed. I've seen some great stories already. I have uploaded them, so click the link below to read each other's work. 

Here are the last set of spellings for this year. We are still working on the same statutory words, but the new spellings are words with prefixes. You may recognise these words as we have done them earlier this year. 

  unlucky undo untidy


unable disappoint
disappear disagree disobey misbehave
mislead mistake misplace  


Spelling games

Follow these links for spelling games. Not all the words are in the  spelling test, but prefixes are a key learning objective for years 3 and 4, so have fun!


L.O. To create a bar graph

If you didn't do last week's work about bar graphs, you will need to so that first. Also, make sure that your MyMaths is up to date. 

Today,  you can create your own graph. You will need to collect some data (information). You could take a handful of Lego or a packet of Smarties and count the different colours, look at a photo of a crowd of people and count the number of people with different coloured hair or you could ring all your friends to find out what their favourite animal is! It's up to you what you collect data about. Use a tally to collect the data then draw your own graph. You will need to add the scale up the side and add a title to your graph.

Finally, you can ask (and answer) some questions about the information. The sheet is the same as the one you used last week for the colours. 


L.O. To be able to name family member and pets

Follow the link below for the next Spanish lesson.