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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

Week beginning 24th January

Follow the link above for Tuesday's work, when the school is closed and all children are learning remotely.

The work below is for children who are self isolating for the remainder of the week. There is English and Maths for each day (Monday to Thursday) and then choose when you do the other subjects. On Friday, you can do a spelling test and a 192 challenge. 


This week, we will be writing an autobiography about your superhero! If you aren't sure what an autobiography is, work through the BBC teach page. Then you can work through the PowerPoint to start planning your own writing. 





Work through the PowerPoint below, including watching the links to find out about how Volcanoes are made up. You can then complete the labels of the parts of a volcano and colour it in.



To continue the work we have been doing about Elgar's Enigma Variations, you can follow the link below. If you watch the video to the end, there is an activity to do of creating your own musical portrait. Remember to bring your work back into school to share!