"Living our Faith, Learning in Love"

"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot, together we can do great things" Mother Teresa

"Love one another as I have loved you"John 13:34





The children will need to answer a selection of questions about the story to check their understanding.

Read the story again and then answer each question.

The questions are on the class page and on Teams.


Try to answer the questions in full sentences.



This week our handwriting will link to our spellings. 



During the season of Lent, we focus on growth, change and transformation, just as Jesus did during those 40 days and nights in the wilderness – so how can we be more like him to help us grow and change this Lent?

Watch the video below- It shows Jesus in the desert resisting temptation, the characters in red are the temptations. Temptation is the desire or need to do something, probably what we really want to do which we know we shouldn’t. For example, if you have given up watching your favourite TV show during Lent but really want to watch it!



After thinking about what we have talked about today Fasting Prayer and Helping others- Can you write a Lenten Promise?


Please write your Lenten Promise on the sheet attached


Please listen to and join in with the song My Lighthouse


Please say this prayer…



We thank You for all the gifts You have given us.

Please continue to guide us each and every day, remind us to wake up grateful and use Your Word to avoid the temptations we may face and instead pray to You.

To thank You

To love You

To hear from You Each and every day of our lives



See you all soon


Take care,


Mrs Murphy



We will be conducting different investigations with materials.

Can you investigate the following question:

“Which material is the best to make a boat?”

Using the recycling and different materials from your house. Can you make a series of different boats and test them in the bath tub!

Use the template on the class page to record your ideas. 

You may try and use some of the following materials:

  • Carboard
  • Tinfoil
  • Plastic
  • Rubber (rubber glove)


Think carefully about how your describe the materials. Will the materials need to be:

  • Waterproof
  • Rigid
  • Bendy
  • Hard
  • Soft
  • Smooth
  • Squashy
  • Rough