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St Pancras

Catholic Primary School

Friday 22nd January

Spelling quiz

Can you ask a grown up to read this weeks spellings aloud to you and see how many you can get right!



What did we read yesterday? What did we make? Can you talk through the steps of making tomato salsa?

Recap imperative (bossy) verbs- put, pour, mix, chop, cut. Now recap time connectives- First, next, after that, then, finally. You will need to use these in your writing.

Activity: Today you are going to to write the recipe to make Tomato salsa. 

Your recipe should be in 3 parts: equipment, ingredients and method.

Remember to start each instruction with a capital letter and to end with a full stop.

  1. First, Chop….
  2. Next,

You can use this template or create your own. 

This is the work I will be marking today. 



Starter: Phase 3-5 Phonics flashcards- Click here to play flashcards speed trial on Phonics Play.

Main: Practise reading the common exception words asked, there.

Can you put these words into sentences?

Play tricky word trucks on phonics play. Select Phase 4 or 5a.


Mental Maths

Every Friday morning in Maths, the children participate in the 99 club to help them to recall mathematic facts including, number bonds and multiplication questions. 

They have 5 minutes to see how many they can complete and work to improve on this each week. Once they are able to complete all the questions on the 11 club within 5 minutes, they can then move onto the next club the following week. 

11 club

22 club

33 club

44 club

55 club



LO: Can I set a personal goal?

Starter: Sentence completion: “when I grow up I want to be …”

Can you think of a simple goal you would like to achieve to become healthier eg. eat more fruit, being able to run faster, keep skipping for longer etc.

How do you keep going towards a goal without giving up? How can we help each other keep going?

Activity: Devise a plan to learn something new, at home or in school.



Our topic this term is rhythm and pulse.

In this lesson, we will learn to read and write our songs using rhythmic notation.

Click here to watch the video and join in!