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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 15th May

Timetable Friday 15th May

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9:00 – 9:30

Exercise with Joe Wicks – Please see link on exercise page

9:30 – 10:00

Guided Reading – See attachment below

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Maths – Division

Lesson Three – Division

LO: To be able to use chunking on a number line (only one multiple of 10)

SC1. I can explain what a multiple of 10 is.

SC2. I can consider how jumping in larger chunks will simplify division.

SC3. I can use chunking on a number line

Yesterday, we started to look at how to use a number line to help solve division problems. We used repeated subtraction to make multiple jumps on a number line and this helped us to find an answer to the number problems.

Today, we are going to use number lines again but we are going to begin to consider how using our knowledge of times tables can help to simplify a division problem.

When multiplying we know that we can use existing knowledge of times tables to solve multiple of 10 number problems e.g. 2x4 = 8 can help solve 2x40 = 80. We can also do the same for division on a number line.

In today’s video I will show you how to use a new skill called "chunking" to help solve larger division problems. There is also a PowerPoint to support your learning.



Today, I would like you to use your number lines and chunking to solve the number problems you will find on the PowerPoint.

As an additional challenge you should try to solve the problems using as few jumps as possible.


Break/Snack Time


Experience – Let’s do it!


LO: To use my knowledge to plant and look after a seed

SC1) I can discuss planting seeds with someone

SC2) I can follow my plan of what I am going to grow and where I am going to grow it

SC3) I can follow the correct steps to plant a seed and look after it using what I know plants need


Hopefully it is a lovely day and for those who have chosen to grow a plant outside, it is not raining, but blue skies and sunshine! Today you will need to use your knowledge of plants to grow the plant of your choosing in the location of your choice. You will need an adult to help you with planning your plant. As you are planting, make sure you are discussing with the person you are planting with, what you are doing and why eg. We are digging down into the soil 1.5cm so the seed has a change to grow a small amount under the soil. If you are still unsure how to plant a seed, look at the youtube tutorial below:



Remember not to forget about your seed. You will need to water this regularly in order for you to see something growing!




English – Findings

LO: To record findings accurately from an experiment

SC1) I can draw a picture of my findings every week

SC2) I can explain what is happening in my pictures

SC3) I can see the growth of my plant through my findings


As you have only just planted your seeds, there will not be any findings for a while. Depending what plant you have decided to try and grow, this could take up to 3 weeks. For our findings in this report, we are going to be checking what we have grown every week and recording what we see.

We are going to be drawing a picture every week of what we see, with a short paragraph explaining what the picture shows. Please see my example below for the layout of the findings. If you are finding this too tricky, you could only draw the pictures of what you see.

2:30 – 3:15



Story Time – if you wish to read along to the story please open the attachment below.




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