Judged OUTSTANDING for Early Years, Personal Development and Behaviour and Attitudes (Ofsted May 2024), ......'In the Reception class, children receive an excellent start to their education.'.....'Children are exceptionally well prepared for learning in Year 1.'.....'Pupils develop as mature individuals due to the exemplary provision that they receive to support their personal development.'.....'Pupils’ behaviour during lessons and around school is exemplary.'.....'Pupils are proud of their school mission statement. They aspire ‘not to have more but to be more’ in all that they do. Pupils are happy in school.'.....

St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

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

Wednesday 1st July

Good morning Year 1's. I hope you are enjoying your week so far. Today there is a St. Paul's Got Talent announcement, a Wednesday Word and our Literacy Research activity for today on our 'Everybody Week 12' page. You can head over there straight away following this link...(below), and then return to rejoin this page for your maths learning, which is below...smiley
Our Maths Learning Today
Practise speedily identifying the number that is one more or less than a given number with the 'Chopper Squad.'smiley
Today the  children will use their knowledge of comparing numbers to order numbers from least to most and most to least. Children will use a range of language such as most, least, smallest, biggest, largest. Children should be recapped of ordinal numbers and positioning such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc.

Ask questions such as:
Order the numbers smallest to biggest.
What method have you used to order the numbers?
Which number is first? second? third?

Start from lesson 3 on the powerpoint below
Here are your chilli challenge worksheets for today; choose which level you would like to complete...
Click on the link below to return to our 'Everybody' page...