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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

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Monday 1st March 2021

Our lockdown timetable (Monday):

8.45-9am: All children must register on Google Classroom.

9-9.15am: Faith Assembly (Google Meet)

9.15-10.15am: English (Google Meet)

10.15-10.45am: Break

10.45-11.45am: Maths (Google Meet)

12-1pm: Lunchtime

1-1.15pm: All children must register on Google Classroom.

1.15-2.15pm: Afternoon lesson (Google Meet)

2.15-2.30pm: Break

2.30-3pm: Story Time (Google Meet)

 

It is important to stick to this timetable, as far as possible, to ensure the children's days are structured similarly whether they are in school or at home. Thank you!

Register

Please register on the Google feed between 8.45 and 9am.

Morning Prayer

Begin the day by saying the Hail Mary prayer. 

Faith Assembly (9-9.15 am)

Please log onto Google Meet for this week's Faith Assembly.

English (9.15-10.15 am approx.)

Learning Objective: To use expanded noun phrases and similes to describe.

 

*This lesson will be live. Please log onto Google Classroom at 9.15am.*

 

 Look carefully at the images below:

Why have I used these images? What are they images off? What do you think the book we are going to be reading this week is about?

 

This week we are going to be reading this book:

Now watch this video to find out what life was like in London in the 1600s:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPY-hr-8-M0

 

Does London look like a nice place to live? Why? Why not?

How is it different from the way we live today?

 

 

Now look carefully at the images of London below:

Your Task

Imagine you are one of the people living in London. Use your senses to describe London in 1666.

 

You must:

~ include CL, . and finger spaces

~ use expanded noun phrases (adjectives and nouns) and similes

~ use different sentence openers

~ use your spellings

~ try to use the suffixes er and est (smaller, smallest, longer, longest etc)

~ use your neatest handwriting

~ try your best!

 

 Grown ups - Please add a photograph of your child's work to their Class Dojo portfolio. Thank you!

BREAKTIME

Enjoy a drink and a piece of fruit. It's time to get some exercise too!

Maths (10.45 - 11.45 am approx.)

Learning objective: To create pictograms.

 

*This lesson will be live. Please log onto Google Classroom at 10.40am.*

Starter 

This week we are going to continue our learning about pictograms and tally charts.

 

To remind you of tally charts I would like you to work out the numbers being shown by the tallies below. You do not need to write this down.

Now look carefully at this pictogram:

This is false. Have you noticed that the rectangles aren't all the same size? When you are drawing a pictogram, it is important to try and draw the pictures the same size.

 

 

 

Your Task

Challenge

Grown ups - Please add a photograph of your child's work to their Class Dojo portfolio. Thank you!

LUNCHTIME  (12 - 1pm approx.)

Register

Please register on the Google feed between 1 and 1.15pm.

Afternoon Lesson - RE (1.15 - 2.15pm)

 Learning Objective: To write a prayer asking for forgiveness. 

 

 *This lesson will be live. Please log onto Google Classroom at 1.10pm.*

As we are now in Lent, it is important that we are spending time thinking about others.

 

Last week we spent some time learning about the story below. Can you remember what the story was called and the message from the parable?

Jesus used this parable to teach his followers about forgiveness.

Look at the images below. Who needs forgiveness in each picture?

Now think of a time when you needed to ask for forgiveness.

What did you do wrong?

How did it make you feel?

How did it make the other person feel?

How did you ask for forgiveness?

How did you show that you were sorry?

Your Task

Write a prayer asking God for forgiveness then decorate your prayer. You can use the writing below to help you if you need to.

 

 

Dear God

Please forgive me for…

I am sorry for…

I will try not to do it again.

Amen

Grown ups - Please add a photo of your child's prayer to their Class Dojo portfolio. Thank you :)

BREAKTIME

Enjoy a drink and a piece of fruit. It's time to get some exercise too!

Story Time

Log onto Google Classroom at 2.30pm to listen to this afternoon's story.