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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

Wednesday 1st July

Talent Show!

Read my blog for some exciting news about St. Paul's has got Talent!

Wednesday Word

Follow the link below to find Mrs Davies leading us in the prayer. 


L.O. To plan and write a story

This is it! Time to put all your skills and ideas together to make the plan for your story. Use the sheets below to plan your adventure story. If you like, you can start writing your story today, or you can write it up tomorrow. There won't be any new English work tomorrow: just time to keep working on your story. If you would like to type up your story, that's fine. You could add illustrations too if you want. 


L.O. To read and understand bar graphs

You can have a mid week treat today: 2 episodes of Odd Squad to remind you about understanding graphs. Watch Captain Fun first to learn about tally charts and then O is not for Old, which is about Pie charts and bar graphs (don't worry too much about pie charts for now!)

Then finish off with some MyMaths to practise your new skills!


L.O. To write about your art work

Last week, you should have created a piece of art in response to the theme of the Spirited Arts competition. If you want to enter your piece, you will need to write about your art work. Watch the short video below to get a few ideas.

Spirted Arts Loom.mp4

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