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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

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

Understanding the world

This week we made porridge, just like the 3 bears in our story 🐻! We chose a topping of either banana, raisins, honey or blueberries.

Today we celebrated Call to Earth day where the Eco Warriors gave an assembly about how we can look after the oceans.

Today following on from our maps, created a route for a friend to follow. We put out different coloured cones, drew coloured dots that matched the colours and our friend had to follow the code.

We have read th Everywhere Bear this week. As part of that we made maps of our classroom and hid the Everywhere Bear on our maps!

We enjoyed our walk looking for signs of autumn.

This week we have been busy sorting the rubbish for recycling. We decide what the items were made of and sorted them accordingly.

We discussed whether the transport was old or new. We gave a reason for our thoughts, “ This one’s old as it’s made from wood”

What material can we use to make a raincoat?

Old and new phones

History of teddy bears. We have been sorting the old and new bears