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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Thursday 14th May

Timetable Thursday 14th May

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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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Once registered you can then open all the ebooks and choose the correct banded level for your child.


Maths – Division

Lesson Two – Division - Thursday 14th 

LO: To use number lines to aid division.

1. I can explain what repeated subtraction is.

2. I can use a number line when subtracting in equal groups.

3. I can use a number line to find an answer.                                                                                 

Yesterday, we recapped sharing and grouping when dividing. We reminded ourselves that when we divide a number gets smaller as it is split into equal parts.

Today, we are going to look at using number lines to help solve division problems

Please watch today’s video and use the PowerPoint to support your understanding.




Today, I would like you to draw blank number lines in your books and use them to solve the division problems. It is important that you draw the number lines as it will help you visualise the repeated subtraction process.


Break/Snack Time


English - Write the 1st page of the report

LO: To write a report using the correct features

SC1) I can discuss with somebody the features I will be using in my report

SC2) I can use my plan to help me write a report

SC3) I can use the correct layout when writing a report.


Today we will be using our plans we created yesterday to write the first page of our report. We are going to write up in neat our aim, apparatus and method. I do not want you to rush this, take your time and make it neat. Have a look at my example report below. For the apparatus, I have made it more interesting by adding a picture of the apparatus I have used. If you are finding this too difficult, you could use a computer to type it, or Only draw pictures of the apparatus.




Experience – What would you like to grow and where?


 LO: To plan what plant to grow  and where to grow it

SC1) I can discuss what to grow and where to grow a plant with an adult

SC2) I can generate sensible ideas of what and where to grow using my knowledge of plants

SC3) I can choose the best idea and justify my choice

Today you will be planning what you would like to grow and where you would like to grow it. As before you will be mindmapping / coming up with ideas and then choosing your best idea. After you have chosen your best idea, you will need to come up with a reason for your choice. See my example at the bottom of this page.

As Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor mentioned in the challenge video, we may not already have seeds in our house and we do not want people going out to buy them especially. There are many ways we can grow plants from food scraps in our kitchen. See the link below to use food scraps instead of seeds. If completing using scraps follow the exact same method but use scraps instead of seeds. Have a look at the following link for some ideas!:

2:15 – 3:00


What kind of world did Jesus want?

Christians believe that Jesus constantly challenges everyone about how they should live. He wants to set us a good example of how to love God, your neighbour and to put others first.

Throughout his life Jesus was known for showing love and forgiveness to all sorts of people.

One of the famous stories is:

The Good Samaritan



Jesus used this story to teach his followers that they should “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind”; and, “Love your neighbour as yourself.” Jesus showed us that no matter what a person’s background or faith we should still show them kindness. According to Jesus we are to love not just our neighbours but also strangers as well. Jesus also wants us to be nice and help others when we can.


For your task today I would like you to think of nice things you can do for others. I would like you to create a mind map of these ideas and then decorate your mind map.

I have attached an example of a mind map at the bottom of the page.

3:00 – 3:15

TTRockstars and/or Mathletics and your Arithmetic Challenge (see Monday’s Lesson).


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




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