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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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

Thursday 8th July

Good morning!

Important messages

I will do a live Zoom lesson for English from 11.00 - 12.00.  Pease remain in the waiting room until I am able to admit you.


There is a Whole Class Zoom at 1.30pm for our PSHE lesson.


Alternative Maths lesson for Mrs Charmer's Group

LO: To add and subtract 3 digit numbers

Maths - Year 5

LO: To reflect shapes

  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

Y5 Lesson Video - Reflection


Maths - Year 6

LO: To draw pie charts

  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 - Draw pie charts

English - Live at 11am

To write a balanced argument

You will need your plan from yesterday and have the word bank from yesterday open on your device if possible.#



You put some great ideas in the chat, using your knowledge of the story and using the debate language word bank.

Here are copies of the word bank and the writing we did together on Zoom.

PSHE - Live at 1.30pm

Sessions 5 and 6 

Body image and peculiar feelings

Join us on Zoom for the next two sessions of our changes and relationships unit of work.   Here are the pages from the booklet.

Transition - Year 6

On a piece of paper (to bring into school next week) write paragraphs with the following headings:

  1. What have you achieved during the time you have been at this school? ...both in and out of school
  2. What are some funny memories?  ...write this as though you are telling a funny story to someone.
  3. Who do you want to thank and why? How did they help you?
  4. What are you going to miss about St Paul's and why?
  5. What are you looking forward to about secondary school?
  6. What are your hopes for the future?


Transition year 5

I would like you to write a letter to a new person joining the class. 

It doesn't matter that you don't know their name, address it to 'Dear new friend'.


In your letter you could include:

  1. A welcome sentence.
  2. What it's like coming into the class as a Year positive but truthful from your own point of view.
  3. What Oak Class is like...reassure them!
  4. What some rules or routines are.
  5. What kinds of things can they look forward to?
  6. What will  YOU do as a Year 6 to make sure the new Year 5s have a great year.
  7. A final lovely comment about looking forward to getting to know them again.


You can type and email these to me or write by hand.  You will need them in school when you come back as you're going to write them on some nice paper.