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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 1st May 2020

Good morning Kingfishers.

I hope you are all well. 

What wonderful acts of kindness you have been performing this week, with lots of cups of tea made, hugs, smiles compliments and cooking taking place.

It is great to see how well you have understood converting between improper fractions  mixed numbers this week. 

Today you are going to finish your letter-please copy it into your neatest handwriting or type it and then send it/give it to the person of your choice. Please take a photo of your letter first though so I can see it and give you feedback. 

Please see below for the timetable and resources. 

To contact me email:


I hope you are enjoying the class book. Keep filling buckets with kindness. 

Best wishes,

Miss Stuart x 




Exercise-Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on you-tube) or an exercise of your choice.



L.O: I can identify the audience and purpose of my writing (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1)      I can select the appropriate form in my letter

2)      I can use similar writing as models for my own

3)      I can include why I am writing to them, how they have inspired me


Task: Write the final letter

As part of challenge 4 you are going to write a letter to someone.

Re-read over the first draft letter you wrote yesterday. What are you happy with? What changes, if any, do you need to make? Use ARMS (add, remove, move, substitute) to help you.

You can type your letter if you wish.

Look at the checklist and example to help you on the web page.


Break time/snack time

11:00- 12:00


Lesson 10 - Fractions – Compare and Order Fractions (Less than 1)

LO: To be able to compare and order fractions (less than 1)

SC1. I can identify how visual aids can be used to compare fractions.

SC2. I can use my knowledge of equivalent fractions when comparing fractions.

SC3. I can compare and order fractions.

Yesterday, we started to think about how to use our existing knowledge of fractions when putting fractions in a sequence. Today, we will be looking at how fractions strips, bar diagrams and our knowledge of equivalent fractions can be used when comparing and ordering fractions.

Please view the PowerPoint presentation (attached below) and then click on the video’s below (you do this here or in the presentation) when prompted.

Click here - Video One - Same Denominator


Click here - Video Two – Different Denominators - Using fraction strips to solve the problems.


Watch Video Three – Different Denominators

Using fraction strips and finding fractions with equivalent denominators

Only watch this video up to 2 minutes and 55 seconds. You can watch more however if you would like.




You will find today’s questions and answers attached below and if you would like a challenge then there are additional questions at the end of the PowerPoint.

12- 1:15



Challenge 4- Random acts of kindness

How can you fill your bucket today?

Look at the list of random acts of kindness you have listed. Which one can you do today? Could you do more than one?


To carry out a random act or acts of kindness.

Please let me know what you did and the response (if any) you received.





Story time

Listen to and enjoy the story ‘The House with Chicken Legs’ by Sophie Anderson. Each day Mrs Wooliscroft, The Four Elms Year 5/6 teacher, and I will take it in turns to read a chapter of the book to you.

The story is also available on the tab on the left.

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