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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Monday 27th April

Timetable Monday 27th April



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 – Multiplication

Lesson 8 – Multiplication

LO: To use arrays when solving multiplication problems.

SC1. I can create an array.

SC2. I can use my knowledge of multiples of 10 to help solve a problem.

SC3. I can solve number problems.



Today, I would like you to use your multiplication arrays to solve:

  1. 2x44=
  2. 4x22=
  3. 3x23=
  4. 2x32=
  5. 2x41=

Remember that presentation is very important. You must use a ruler to draw the multiplication grid for your arrays. Give yourself plenty of room and don’t to solve too many problems on one page.

The answers to the questions can be found by opening an attachment found below.


Break/Snack Time


English -  Features of Letters

Watch the video below for this week’s challenge!




For this week’s challenge, we are focusing in kindness and filling up other people’s buckets. At the end of the week we will be writing a letter to somebody to make them smile.


LO: To understand the features of a letter

SC1) I can name different forms of letter

SC2) I can discuss features of letters

SC3) I can identify features of letters


Our first task for today is to think about how we communicate with each other. Have a think for a few minutes about different ways we can communicate. Write these in your journal.

Today we are going to focus on letter writing. Again, take a few minutes to think of ways we can write to one another.

Answer the following in your journals

What is the purpose of writing letters?

Why do we write letters to people?



Hopefully you have been able to watch the video about features of letters where I looked at 2 letters and listed the features. Our final task is to look at the letters below and identify things that are similar and identify things that are different in these. Have a think about how the actual letter is also written. You may want to write similarities on one side of your page and difference on the other.


Task 1 – How do we communicate?

Task 2 – How can we write to one another?

Task 3 – What is the purpose and why do we write letters?

Task 4 – Similarities and differences of letters



Vacancies – places free

Arise – come up

Canditure – we will think about you if another place becomes free

Inform - tell




Kindness -  Acts of Kindness


LO: To describe and understand what is meant by kindness

 SC1) I can discuss the word kindness

SC2) I can name words relating to kindness

SC3) I can say what kindness means to me


Ms Mitchell and Miss Fermor discussed kindness in the video. Can you remember what the story was about? Tell an adult.

 This afternoon we are going to be thinking about what kindness is.

Think about what the word kindness means. Record words related to kindness.

 How does kindness make you feel? Write or draw what kindness means.

Can you think of instances where kindness has made a difference to you or when you know your kindness has made a difference to someone else?

 We are going to record the above like we have been in our reflective journals. Write it in any way you like, use colour and draw pictures.



 At least once a week we will be taking part in some music. You will be asked to listen and begin to learn a new song with the intention of when we are back at school, we will be having a “concert”. Please click on the following link to learn our  first song -

The songs can be found on the “curriculum” tab on the school website under “music”


Don’t forget the TTRockstars challenge between Foxes and Otters. The competition ends on Monday 4th May!



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





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