St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
Here is a picture of a sunflower seeds packet. The packet has a lovely picture of what the seed will hopefully grow into and then on the back of the packet it gives information about how to grow a sunflower and how to care for it. It also tells you what times of the year you should plant sunflower seeds.
Today you have another lesson looking at the physical and human features at the seaside. Share the PowerPoint looking at different coastal areas around the United Kingdom and then complete the sheet. Once you have completed this task maybe you could create a jigsaw puzzle of your ideal seaside location. I have included a jigsaw template. To do this draw or paint your picture on the jigsaw template, cut it out and then challenge someone to complete it! I hope that you are able to get to visit the seaside this year. If you do you could share your geography knowledge with your family!
This will be your final opportunity to complete and to bring into school your 'Spirited Art' competition entries. The Year 1 children have completed theirs. I will share them with you this week.
End of term music challenge...
Mrs Rogers, myself and all of the teachers do feel very sad that we aren't ending and celebrating the end of the school year in class together. On Friday we are going to be holding a 'Share a Song' morning where we have invited the Year 1's to pick a favourite song and practice it to perform for us all. We would love you to join in from home too! So, if you would like to ask mum or dad to video you singing/ dancing to a favourite piece of music, send it to me before Friday and I will share your talent with the Year 1's, and I will also video the Year 1 performances for you to watch on Friday too. I'm hoping to encourage Mrs Tempest and Mrs Tildlsey to do a start turn too! I will be safely behind the camera!!! Or will I???