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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Thursday 30th April 2020

Dear Kingfishers,

I hope you are all really well. 

Well done for all your acts of kindness you have carried out so far this week. If you haven't sent me photos yet or told me how you have been getting on with this please do so. 

Today as part of your random acts of kindness you are going to write the first/rough draft of your letter. Think about who you would like to send your letter to. Please look at my two examples below and the checklist provided to help you with this.  The timetable and resources for today are below. 

Keep listening to the class book too-what do you think of the story so far? 

Contact me at:


Have a great day and take care,

Miss Stuart x 

PS Keep filling your buckets. 




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



L.O: I can identify the audience and purpose of my writing (show: applying)

Success criteria:

1)      I can select the appropriate form in my letter

2)      I can use similar writing as models for my own

3)      I can include why I am writing to them, how they have inspired me


Task: Write the first draft of your letter

As part of challenge 4 you are going to write a letter to someone.

Start by making notes for your letter-Who are you writing to? Why? What is the purpose of your letter? For example are you thanking someone for the acts of kindness they have performed? Are you writing to someone became they have inspired you? Are you writing to someone because you miss them? Are you writing to someone who you feel would appreciate a letter? For example a resident in Lavender Fields (our local residential care home)

Can you explain about your random acts of kindness? How could you end your letter?

Now write the first draft of your letter.

Look at the checklist and example to help you on the web page.


Break time/snack time

11:00- 12:00


Lesson 9 – Fractions – Fraction Number Sequences

LO: To be able to place fractions in a sequence.

SC1. I can identify a fraction number pattern.

SC2. I can use my knowledge to find fractions with the same denominator.

SC3. I can use my knowledge to convert fractions.

SC4. I can place fractions in a sequence.


In this lesson we will be learning how to count up and down in a given fraction. To be able to solve these problems you will need to:


a)       Consider the size of the intervals/jumps.

b)      Consider if the fractions are getting bigger or smaller.

c)       Use your knowledge of converting from improper to mixed number fractions and vice versa.

d)      Use your knowledge of equivalent fractions.





You may wish to pause the video at times to answer questions which I will be asking you.


For today’s lesson I would like you to choose one or even all of the challenges attached at the bottom of the page.


For those of you who feel very confident I have attached some deepening questions to today’s PowerPoint.


The answers to all the questions are also attached at the bottom of the page.

12- 1:15



Music-Please look at the songs on the school website under ‘curriculum’ then ‘music.’

Task: Listen to Roar by Katie Perry and start to learn it. If you already know the song, keep practising it so you feel confident. Now listen to the new song on the website and start to learn it.

The aim is to hold a whole school summer concert.

1:35- 2:20

 Challenge 4- Random acts of kindness

How can you fill your bucket today?

Look at the list of random acts of kindness you have listed. Which one can you do today? Could you do more than one?


To carry out a random act or acts of kindness.

Please let me know what you did and the response (if any) you received.




Story time

Listen to and enjoy the story ‘The House with Chicken Legs’ by Sophie Anderson. Each day Mrs Wooliscroft, The Four Elms Year 5/6 teacher, and I will take it in turns to read a chapter of the book to you.


The story is also available on the tab on the left.


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