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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 19 January

 9:00 Zoom call.  Time to catch up with your friends and talk through the learning for the day.



Getting ready for learning:


Rex – join in with Foxes or with your brother.

C and O:  10 shoulder shrugs and pushing against the wall or a table.


RWI reading.  Please let me know if you have trouble finding your e -book online. 

RWI Speed sounds – Foxes class has links to practise RWI Speed Sounds every day!

There is one for Rex – set 1 red, green and purple.

There is one for Charlie and Olly – set 3


Getting ready for maths

Today we’re going to do some counting again.

R – Count forwards to 30 and backwards from 10 in ones, count in 2’s to 10

C – Count backwards in 1’s from 90 to 70, count forwards in 2’s to 30 Hit the Button 2 times table.

0 – count in 4’s to 48, count backwards in 4’s to 0. Hit the Button 4 times table.




Maths: Angles

SC1 ) I can find an angle when I see 2 lines joined together.

SC2)  I can understand smaller and greater

SC3)  I can identify acute and obtuse angles.

Have a look at the Power Point.  You will find it at the bottom of the page.  Click on it and then click on sideshow and then on the far left it says: from the beginning.  Click on that.


There angles are acute, right or obtuse.  Write down 1 – 5 and then write down the name of each angle. 









10:30 – 11:00

Snack, walk outside, choosing such as Lego or drawing or colouring in.





High Frequency Words and spelling

Olly’s words

 boys, toys, enjoying, could, would,  should

Charlie’s words 

 boy, toy, enjoy, will, hill, still

Rex’s words

 to, into, you, by, my, try

Rainbow writing today!

Write each word 3 times using different colours.


11:15 – 12:00

Listening, talking, and writing.

SC1) I can use the best adjectives to build up drama.

SC2) I can use a simile in my description. 


This is a falcon.  In the story he tries to catch the little robin.  Look at the picture and write two good sentences about his eyes and his beak.  Look at the shape of the beak - I think it is curved and sharp.

Now look at the falcon's claws or talons.  Finish this sentence:

The falcon's claws were as sharp as ....



12:00 – 1:15

Lunch time!







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