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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Friday 8th January 2021

Butterflies and Dragonflies

Friday 8th January



9:00 – 9:30


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Please take part in the relevant speed sound lesson:


Set 1 lesson (red, green & purple groups)




Set 2 lessons (pink and orange groups)




Set 3 lessons (yellow, blue and grey groups)




Please email your teacher to find out which group your child is in if you are not sure.


If you are in Read, Write Inc, Oxford Owl have made available the e-books relevant to your RWI level. You will need to create a login first so please visit:


Once you have confirmed your login on your email it will direct you to a page that says “Find a book” Please click on that and then follow the instructions below.


Click on e-books and find your relevant book colour to read. Please read the same book 3 times.

1st day – read to decode the words and make sure you can read every word in the book.


2nd day – read the book again and try to read with fluency and expression.


3rd day – read the book again and answer the comprehension questions at the end.


If you are in guided reading, please read chapter 5 and 6 of George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl and answer the questions in full sentences.  We look forward to reading your answers.



9:30 – 9:45am


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Mental maths

Create your own set of flashcards for all your subtraction facts from 20 which you can use to practise your fluency next week.

E.g. 20 – 0 (on the back write the answer)

20-1 (on the back write the answer)

20 – 2 (on the back write the answer)


Keep going until you get to 20-20.


If you have time, start by practising using your flashcards. Shuffle them and time yourself – how quickly can you get them all correct? Write down your time.



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Please watch Mrs Smith’s wellbeing video: 





Breaktime - have a healthy snack and play.



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L.O. To know how to read the hour hand on a clock (understanding)

SC1 – I can explain the hour hand scale

SC2 – I can explain what the hour hand means

SC3 – I can read the time based on where the hour hand and minute hand is pointing



Please watch today’s video tutorial: 





Task – create another hand for your clock on a paper plate or piece of paper and create a video teaching someone how to read the time.


Extension – explain what it means if the hour hand is between two hours.


Further extension (optional) – can you teach someone how to tell the time on a different type of clock for example a digital clock, a sundial or a clock with Roman Numerals? How is it different and how it is similar?

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Silent letters











Pick 5 of your spellings and write them in a sentence.

Don’t forget a capital letter at the start and a full stop at the end.




Lunchtime and playtime


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LO: To know the difference between the possessive and contracted form of an apostrophe (deepening)

SC1: I can state the meaning of both types of apostrophe

SC2: I can classify the two different types of apostrophe

SC3: I can identify the correct and incorrect use of both types of apostrophe


Please watch the video tutorial and then complete the tasks:





For the lesson you will need:

2 pieces of scrap paper

The list of sentences to sort which can be found on the class home page.

Something a little easier:

Print out the sentences (if you can) and sort them into 2 different piles rather than writing them down.

If you don’t have a printer you could discuss them verbally rather than writing them down.

Something a little harder:


Go through a book that you have at home and see if you can find examples of both types of apostrophe and sort the examples you find.


For the last task go through all the examples of incorrect and correct examples of apostrophes and write a reason for each explaining how you know it is correct or incorrect.













Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes


It is time to explain your learning on camera!

We will be creating a video to go on Youtube that others can use for home learning, or other educational purposes, to learn about the parts of the body.

Record yourself, or ask an adult to record you, talking about the different parts of your body. You should show what the body parts are called and then when you get to the body part which you are now an expert in, give more detailed information explaining what you have learnt.


Please email this to your teacher with permission for it to be used in the whole class video which will be uploaded to YouTube. If you would prefer for your child not to be featured, please still complete this task so we can see your wonderful knowledge!


Remember: clear, loud voice, eye contact and stand up straight.







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Watch our cool dudes celebration assembly! I wonder who was English and Maths star of the week this week?







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