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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 19th May

Timetable Tuesday 19th May




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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Maths – Division

Lesson Five – Division – Tuesday 19th May

LO: To be able to use chunking on a number line (2-digit numbers – not always multiples of the divisor)

SC1. I can partition numbers.

SC2. I can use my knowledge of times tables when simplifying problems.

SC3. I can use chunking when solving a problem.

Over the last few lessons, we have started to use chunking on a number line to help solve division problems. In today’s lesson we will be looking at problems such as:




When we partition 72, we discover that there is no obvious multiple of the 3x tables to use when chunking i.e. both 70 and 2 are not in the 3x tables. However, we can still use the 3x table and its multiple of 10 (10 x 3 = 30) to help us solve the problem.

I have put together a video and PowerPoint to support today’s learning.



Today, I would like you to use your number lines and chunking to solve the number problems you will find on the PowerPoint.

As an additional challenge you should try to solve the problems using as few jumps as possible.


Break/Snack Time



LO: to recall that humans and animals get nutrition from what they eat and understand that we can sort them using this information

SC1: I can explain what an herbivore is and identify examples

SC2: I can describe what a carnivore eats and identify examples

SC3: I can locate omnivores and suggest what they eat


Today we start by thinking about diet and nutrition. Take a few minutes over each question and write down / discuss with someone what you think:

  1. What is diet?
  2. What is Nutrition?

1) Our diet is everything that we eat and drink.

2) It means nourishment or in other words, the food and drink we need to stay healthy. 


As experts on nutrition and diet we need to understand what humans and animals naturally eat. Follow the BBC Bitesize link. After you have watched the video, Write down the definition of the three types of animals: herbivore, carnivore and omnivore.


After you have watched this clip and completed the task, watch the clip on food chains. Can you draw your own food chain? You may need to research what animals eat.


So now we’ve learnt that all animals and humans have a diet that suits them and we can sort animals according to whether they are carnivores, herbivores or omnivores. Complete the sorting activity at the bottom of this page. Don’t worry if you can’t print – draw and Venn diagram and draw the pictures!





LO: to understand what a healthy balanced diet should include

SC1: I can list the different food groups comprising of a healthy diet

SC2: I can explain how much of each I should have to be healthy

SC3: I can sort food from my cupboards into the correct food groups

All of us need to eat the right types and right amounts of nutrition if we are to stay healthy. Let’s first find out about the different types of food. Watch the film clip. Which food groups did Amanda mention? Carbohydrates, proteins, sugars and fats. We have looked at 3 of the 5 food groups – Find the PowerPoint below for more information on food groups.

Your task is to create your own eat well plate. Draw around a plate from your cupboard and split it into the sections from the PowerPoint. Make sure they are approximately the right size in proportion to how much of each we should eat. Then go through your cupboard and see what foods you have. Sort them into the correct places on your plate. You will be using this information tomorrow when we begin to think about what meal we could make.

If you would rather, you can draw yourself a food pyramid – like the one on the PowerPoint.


Extension – If you have some spare time, why not video yourself explaining the food groups using the plate / pyramid you have made!


TTRockstars, Mathletics or Mental Maths Times Tables Challenge

For this week’s Times Tables challenge we would like you to focus on the 4x tables. Please refer to Monday’s videos and links.

Remember to challenge yourself by beating your score and time on the “Times Tables Generator”.



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





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