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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Monday 4th May

Daily Timetable:

9.00   Physical Activity - Please choose one of the following:

Captain Moore's 100 laps for the NHS  inspired challenge

Jo Wicks 

Jumpstart Johnny -


9.25-9.30- Handwriting - (Please click on the link for the support video.)

Please practise writing  the letter "c" today.


9.30 -10.00 Phonics- 

Please join in with Ruth Miskin's speed sound lesson at the allocated time (Link sent via Tapestry). 

Oxford Owl have now made available all the ebooks linked to each RWI level.  To access the ebooks please visit the Oxford Owl website and register an account which is free. Once Registered select one to two correct banded level  ebooks for your child each week .


10.00  - 10.30: Break/Playtime


10.30 - 11.00: Experience learning- 2020-Year of Change

Please watch Mrs Mitchell's and Miss Fermor's challenge video for this week. For today's learning see attachments below or go to Tapestry for more details.



11.00 - 12.00 - Inspired Play - Imaginative play

Today we are suggesting some role play or small world..... perhaps you could build a boat and sail off on an adventure or pretend you live on a farm and have to look after all the animals.... Perhaps you will build a brand new world and use small world figures, cuddly toys etc.. to act out stories! Let your imagination run wild! For more information see Tapestry and don't forget to share your learning with us!


13.00 - 13.30 - Maths Activity

This week we are learning about time. Please watch the video below and see Tapestry or the attachment below for the activities for today. Choose either:

Activity one: To create a clock and play 'What's the time Mrs Wolf?'


Activity two: To  create a calendar month to count down until the May half term.

Extension-For further challenge please see the Chilli challenge powerpoint below.




13.30 - 15.00 - Inspired Play


15.00 - 15.15 -Story time 




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