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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 22nd May

Timetable Friday 22nd May




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 Eight – Division – Friday 22nd May

LO: To exchange when dividing on an array.

SC1. I can discuss what exchanging means.

SC2. I can consider when I may need to exchange when dividing.

SC3. I can exchange on an array when dividing.

Yesterday, we began to look at how we could use an array to solve division problems.

The problems we looked at all had numbers which were divisible by the divisor e.g. 48÷4=. Problems like this are straight forward, however, there are some problems where you not always be able to simply divide the number by the divisor and you will need to exchange.

In today’s lesson we will began to think about problems such as 42÷3=

Please watch today’s video to help you understand how we solve a problem such as this. I have also put together a PowerPoint to help you.



Today, I would like you to solve the questions you will find at the end of the PowerPoint. The answers are also attached to the same PowerPoint.


Break/Snack Time



Let’s do it!

With help where you need it, remembering everything you learned about health and safety from our previous experience and challenges, cook your chosen recipes. Take photos of your cooking journey and the final product for your records.

Once you have cooked your recipe, have a taste test. Get as many people in your house to try is as possible and get their verdict on it. Is it delicious? Is it filling? Does it taste healthy? What would they give it out of 10? Can you get any feedback about how it could be improved?


You can now eat your tasty meal for lunch!




Evaluate – what went well and what could be improved?

LO: to evaluate the healthy balanced meal I cooked

SC1: I can consider what I like about cooking/recipe

SC2: I can consider what improvements I could make to my recipe/cooking

A really important part of our learning journey is looking back at what we have done and thinking about what went well and what could be improved. We need to take what was good and use it in the future and reflect on what we need to develop further to become the best we can be at something.

Evaluating yourself is usually done best in discussion with someone who knows you and knows what you did. Use these question to guide your writing and your evaluation.


What did I achieve?

Did I meet the requirements of the task?

How well did I do it?

What were the successes?

What did other people say was particularly good? Was it the same as what I thought?

What could I have done better?

How could I have done it better?

What do I need to do to help me do it better next time?


As always use these questions to help your thinking and present your work reflective journal style. Lots of colour, writing and pictures! Have a look at my evaluation below.



What kind of world did Jesus want?

Last week we looked at the story of the Good Samaritan and we thought about the importance of that story to Christians. You may want to review last week’s video to remind yourself of the story:



This week we will look at how some people have used the ideas taught by Jesus and put them into action.

Throughout the world, there are many charitable organisations which help others. Jesus believed that it was important to help your neighbour. How do you think charitable work is linked to the idea of helping your neighbour?

I have put together a few videos about charitable organisations. Please watch them and think about why it is important that we are all “Good Samaritans” towards each other:


A video about the importance of having clean water:




A video about the importance of having a childhood:




A video about ensuring every child has an education:



All of these videos are about helping others to make sure that they have access to things which we take for granted.


I would like you to choose one of these topics or with an adult research one of your choosing. Think about why it is important to be good and kind to others, just like the Good Samaritan.

I would like you to create a poster to show all of your amazing ideas and your support for your good cause.


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






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