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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

Tuesday 12th May


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English - The Door - Write a magical door poem

Have you ever looked at a door and wondered what might be on the other side? Where may it lead? What may be hiding within? At first glance, a door is just a piece of wood, glass or metal that is opened and closed so that people can get in and out of a room, a vehicle or a space. But in the hands of a writer, a door represents a world of possibility, a world where things are not only hidden but often closed off and restricted. Together, through poetry, text games and narrative, we shall explore the potential that a door offers to you, the writer.

The Magic Box - Kit Wright - Watch this video, then use the document below to guide you through the lesson.


Choose your activity, to continue your learning about grid method or watch the video to help you complete the first side and if you want a  further challenge try to solve the problems in the second side.  

Mark your work and go back to have a go at any improvements needed.

Year 5/6 LO: Grid method - ThHTU x TU

Answers to Monday's Grid Method work

Science: Choose you own STEM activity