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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

Tuesday 28th April

Remember to keep up to date with your reading journal, practising your times tables and spellings. There will be new MyMaths available each day as well.  If you  struggle with the homework task, work through the lesson to help you, then have another go. 


L.O. To complete writing information about your animal

Hopefully,  you now have completed the appearance, habitat and diet  sections of your writing. I'm not going to set a specific heading today as there may be something special that you want to add about your animal. For example, maybe your animals are used as working animals (police  horses, sheep dogs), or maybe there are lots of different species that you want to write about.  


If you have finished, you could read some non-fiction books. What other features of non-fiction books can you find? If you have some at home, you can read those. If not try logging into Oxford Owls, using the link below. I will put the login details into the blog.  


If you can, join me at 11:00 for a game or two and a chance to catch up with your friends!

To keep the meeting safe and secure, I will post the  link on my blog. If possible, please check your settings so that it shows your name or your child's name. That way, I can check who is  joining the meeting. 

Hope to see you later!


L.O. To find out what plants need to grow.

If you haven't already, make sure you check up on your plant and record the height and observations on your sheet. Let me know if you've seen anything interesting happening!

If you are able to get on the computer for a while, have a go working through the  lesson below from the Oak Academy, which is the special online school set up for the lockdown.