Week commencing 22/06/2020

Speak out Stay safe - click here to see the NSPCC's new virtual assembly featuringDavid Walliams and Ant and Dec.

Why not start the day with a PE workout from body coach Joe Wicks - click here

English

This week we will use online lessons from the Oak National Academy. Each lesson has a detailed video and lesson slides which contain the lesson activities. It is easy to switch between the video and slides.

Monday - Newspaper report- Reading Comprehension - Structure and Word Meaning - click here

Tuesday - Newspaper report- Reading Comprehension - Retrieval - click here

Wednesday - Newspaper report - Identifying the features of a text - click here

Thursday - Newspaper report- SPaG focus - Inverted Commas - click here

Friday - Newspaper report - To write a newspaper report - click here


Spellings

Words ending in the suffix - al

Powerpoint   - click here    Crossword  - click here      Handwriting - click here

Maths

This week you will need to watch the daily teaching video clips from White Rose Hub  and then you can complete the activities.

Monday: Lesson 1 - Right angles in shapes  video - click here    Activity- click here    Answers - click here

Tuesday: Lesson 2 -  Compare angles video - click here    Activity - click here    Answers - click here

Wednesday: Lesson 3- Horizontal and vertical video - click here   Activity - click here   Answers - click here

Thursday: Lesson 4 - Parallel and perpendicular video - click here   Activity - click here   Answers - click here

Friday: Video Clip Friday Maths Challenge - click here  BBC Bitesize Activites - click here

Here is a link to BBC Bitesize which has additional activites that will support the White Rose lessons - click here


In addition to the activities above we ask that pupils spend time every day on TimesTable Rockstars. (Click below.)

Any problems please email  rockstars@stpeter-stpauls.wirral.sch.uk

Science:

Animals including Humans

Functions of a skeleton

Powerpoint - click here   Adult guidance - click here   Common Names of Bones - click here  Activity - click here

RE:

 

Walt: Know how St. Paul had to learn to be a Christian.  Think about what we can learn from his experience

 

Please read the story below