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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Monday 4th May

Monday 4th May





Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on

9:30 – 9:50

Guided reading

Here’s a link to today’s guided reading lesson, which is a vocabulary focus


Apostrophes for omission 

LO: To be able to use apostrophes
SC1: I can identify when to use apostrophe
SC2: I can identify where to put the apostrophe
SC3: I can understand different types of apostrophe

For this week we’re going to focus on a little punctuation and grammar, and in particular apostrophes. I know that we spent a little time covering this before, but we are going to recap to make sure that our knowledge is secure. 

To start we are going to be recapping apostrophes for omission. Omission is where a letter is missing. 

I have found a video that can help illustrate how it is done.

Key information

  • Omission is two words joining together

  • ONe letter is always taken away

  • The apostrophe goes in the place of the taken away letter

  • He is = He’s. The apostrophe has taken the place of the i

Have a go at the challenge below


Break time/snack time

11:00 – 11:30


Make sure you complete 2 studio sessions and 2 sound checks before going on the garage. Feel free to challenge me!

11:30 – 12:15

LO: To be able to convert between units of time
SC1: I can identify there are 24 hours in a day
SC2: I can identify fractions of  day
SC3: I can use a calculator to help me


We are moving up from second and minutes, to hours and days. This lesson we are going to be converting between hours and days. Because there are less converting we will be looking at converting parts of days into hours as well. 

To get from days to hours you have to multiply by 24 (use a calculator) and to get from hours to days you have to divide by 24 (again use a calculator). 

For example

11 days = ? hours

So you need to multiply 11 by 24

11 x 24 = 244

11 days = 244 hours


The concept is fairly simple, however there are questions that use a number of hours that do not go into full days. To help with this you might want to write down the 24 times tables! then you will know the number of hours in days and you can work with that. 

For examples

188 hours = ? days

If i work out the 24 times tables then 7 x 24 = 168 and 8 x 24 = 192. Therefor 

188 hours = 7 days and 20 hours


Key information

  • Use a calculator to help work out the sums

  • From hours to days you divide by 24

  • From days to hours you multiply by 24


I have uploaded some questions and a challenge below. 

12:15- 1:15


1:15 - 2:00


LO: To create a fitness video

SC1: To reflect on what I know already about fitness and exercise

SC2: To create a mind map of ideas for my own video

SC3: To consider why exercise and sport is important.

This week’s challenge is to make your own fitness video! Here is the link to the challenge:

Here is a link to my tutorial about mind mapping your own video

Good luck, and enjoy coming up with your ideas.

2:00- 2:30

Exercise – e.g. mindfulness yoga, fresh air in the garden, run up and down the stairs seeing if you can get faster every time!


We are continuing on with our class reader in the afternoons. However, this week Mr Cook is going to be reading you the story. I have attached the pdf of the book as well as the link to hear Mr Kyte read.

After, I would like you to spend time reading your own book. Do it in your bedroom, in the garden or even in the kitchen sink. So long as you are reading. 


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