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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 24th April 2020


Hello Kingfishers,

I hope you are all well. 

What super work you have been producing and sending this week based on the challenge 3 'What can you see from your window?' I have loved seeing how creative you can be. I'm really looking forward to your final poems and art work. 

You will find the resources for today's learning below and on the left. 

My email address is:

Send me your brilliant work and I'll give you feedback and publish some fantastic work on your celebration page. 

Have a lovely weekend, enjoy the sunshine.

Best wishes,

Miss Stuart





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


Challenge 3-

L.O: I can select appropriate vocabulary choices (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1.      I can use ARMS

2.      I understand how such choices can change or enhance meaning

3.      I can evaluate my poem



To revise your poem


Look back over the writing you produced yesterday for your poem. Your task today is to revise your writing using ARMS (add, remove, move and substitute.)

Before you revise your poem consider these questions:

A: Is there anything you want to add to your poem? For example deliberate use of repetition

R: Is there anything you want to remove? If there is anything you think doesn’t work in your poem, take it out.

M: Is there anything you want to move to another part of your poem? Does a verse sound better somewhere else in your poem?

S: Are there any words, lines or verse you want to change for other words, lines or verse?

Now have a go at using ARMS to revise your poem. When you are happy with your revised poem please copy it neatly.


Evaluation: What changes did you make? Why? How did the changes you made change or enhance you poem?


Please look at my example on the website to help you.

Remember to consider your layout and presentation


Break time/snack time

11:00- 12:00

L.O. To evaluate my ideas to solve a problem (evaluating)

SC1 – I can use my initial ideas to solve a problem.

SC2 – I can say whether it worked or not and explain why.

SC3 – I can adjust my ideas based on this.


For this lesson, I want you to use your knowledge of fractions to solve a complex problem. Watch today’s video tutorial to see how to get started. Please note – this task should be completed by those children who have been able to find equivalent fractions independently and feel they are ready for further challenge. If you do not yet feel confident, please see below.


Video tutorial for the evaluating task:




Video tutorial for consolidating equivalent fractions knowledge:




If you feel this is too challenging, and prefer to consolidate your understanding of finding equivalent fractions please re-watch the tutorial on finding equivalent fractions and complete the task on the class page.

12- 1:15


1:15- 2:45

Challenge 3- To create a piece of art work using your choice of media which depicts the view from your window at home.


L.O: I can show my art skills using my choice of media

(know: understanding)

Success criteria:

1)      I can draw a basic outline and then add more detail with my choice of media

2)      I can experiment with the media of my choice

3)      I can evaluate my final piece of art


Task-To create your final piece of art in the style and media of your choice


Closely observe the view from your window.

Now it is your chance to complete your final piece of art work. Try and take your time with this, you don’t need to rush.


Evaluation: Which media did you prefer? Why? What worked well? What would you do differently next time? Why?





Story time

Listen to and enjoy the story ‘Mr Coombes’ from Boy by Roald Dahl read by Miss Stuart


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