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St Luke's Catholic Academy

St Luke's

Catholic Academy

Pyenest Road, Harlow, Essex, CM19 4LU

Through God’s love we learn together, grow together and achieve together.

Welcome to another week!

This week we are moving on to learning about myths and fables in English. We are on chapter 3 of our guided reading and we are revisiting number and place value in our Maths. 

This week at St Luke’s we are hoping to replace our display in the hall and we would like your help.  

We would like you to think very carefully about where and who you would like to be with that would make you really happy. Perhaps it would be a favourite holiday destination or someone’s home you like to visit or a park or day trip that you have really enjoyed. Draw the image of you and those people who you would really like to be with you. This is your happy place. Then send the picture to your teacher who will pass it to Mrs Kendal, and we will print them all and add them to our display which, once complete Mrs Kendal will photograph for you to see on our website. The children who are in school are going to be busy creating the background and title for you. 

Here are the activities for today: 

 Monday 18th January 2021 

Lesson type 


Handwriting for the week  

Today’s activities can be found here. 


Today’s activities can be found here. 

Guided Reading  

Today’s activities can be found here. 


Today’s activities can be found here


Today’s activities can be found here. 

Wellbeing - learn 

On CBBC at 10.05 this morning, celebrity supply teacher Gary Lineker will be teaching Spanish. Why not check it out! (If you miss it at this time you can catch up on the BBC iPlayer or via the red button) 

Special offer - have you finished everything and want some more? 

Today’s Science activities can be found here. 

The handwriting is here for the start of the week, but you can complete this to support your learning at any time over this week to support your work. 

Please do remember to send any work that your child completes via the class email: