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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Thursday 16th April 2020

Hello Kingfishers,

Welcome back. I hope you are all really well. 

Please find the timetable for today and the resources you need. 

Any problems or questions, please contact me, Miss Stuart on

Remember to send me your English work-I am looking forward to seeing it and will share it on your celebration page. 

Best wishes,

Miss Stuart




Exercise-Please do the live online Joe Wicks workout (on you-tube) or an exercise of your choice.



L.O: I can show detailed description

Success criteria: (show: applying)

  1. I can show the character’s thoughts and feelings towards the events
  2. I can use imagery
  3. I can use inferred meaning


Task: To write the events in detail from the lighthouse keeper’s perspective, including the success criteria above.

Watch the animation clip Lighthouse

Watch it a second time thinking about the lighthouse keeper’s thoughts and feelings at different points in the story.

Watch the clip a third time and make notes to help you with your writing, remember you are the lighthouse keeper, so write in the first person.  

Support: Use both the checklist and the example on the webpage to help you. There is also a vocabulary list you could use. 

Remember to keep the presentation and the quality of your work high.

(Article 6: Be the best you can be.)


Break time/snack time

11:30- 12:00


15 minute -  Chilli Challenge 

How many of these questions can you answer? Make sure you use the formal written method and not a calculator. The answers will be published at 5pm

Chilli Challenge 1

Chilli Challenge 2

Chilli Challenge 3

124 + 66=

362 + 129=

562 – 252=

782 – 563=

23 x 10=

14 x 5=

100 ÷5=

48 ÷6=


326 + 473=

2763 + 1154=


3276 – 367=

234 x 7=

621 x 8=

144 ÷ 6=

72 ÷3=

3297 + 834=

62.37 + 13.9=

5678 – 2459=

5000 – 2328=

622 x 42=

9x 62 =

424 ÷8=

9763 ÷9=




15 minute - TT Rockstars practise

12- 1:15


1:15- 2:00

Challenge 1-continue to work on how to become better/an expert in the skills you have chosen.

Remember to keep reflecting on your new skills and record these in your journal-what is going well? What do you still need to work on? If possible take photos of your journey/how far you have come with your new skills so far.

2:00- 2:30

Well-being activity of your choice-for example: draw, listen to music, take a walk outside (if allowed), play a game, dance, read.






Listen to the free story reading from David Walliams-the link is on our website.




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