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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 2nd February 2021

Good morning Woodpeckers,

I hope you are all doing well.

Please see below and the tabs on th left for today's learning and resources. Remember to watch all the videos and tutorials and use the checklist to help support your learning.

Send me your work once it is complete, so I can see how you are doing, provide feedback and put some brilliant pieces on our class celebration page. Aim high. 

Today between 12-2pm I will have no access to my emails, because our system is changing over to office 365. 


Miss Barnes and I are looking forward to seeing you at 8:45am for our daily zoom call.


Have a lovely day,

Miss Stuart  




Ratio review

Play the interactive computer game on equivalent ratio


Extension: To play TT Rockstar or Hit the Button


Maths- proportion

L.O: To understand proportion (know: understanding)

success criteria:

  1. I understand what proportion means and how it links to ratio 
  2. I understand how to find the proportion of quantities
  3. I understand how I can use my multiplication and division skills to find proportion


Watch the tutorial on  proportion



Watch the BBC video clip-on the tab on the left on the importance of using ratio

and proportion in every day life

Read through the PowerPoint on proportion and ratio and answer the questions

Complete challenge 1, challenge 2 or challenge 3 on ratio and proportion

challenge 3 is the most difficult. 


The answers are provided so please self-mark and let me know how you did.





 English and Geography

L.O: I can show my understanding of Captain Scott’s Terra Nova Expedition

(show: applying)

Success criteria:

  1. I can show the conditions Captain Scott and his team faced
  2. I can explain what happened
  3. I can include facts and opinion about the expedition
  4. I can include emotive language



Read/listen to the text Captain Scott’s diary and the end of his expedition



Reading focus: summarising



Answer the following questions: 

1) Summarise in your own words what happened to Captain Oates and why

2) Do you think that if captain Scott had known he was only eleven miles from the next supply depot he would have continued? Why? Explain and justify your argument. 

3) Summarise Captain Scott's final diary entry in your own words

4) Why is the word 'presumed' used for when Scott died.    


Watch the video clip 




  • Watch the tutorial



  • Main task: To write a final letter home to your family, explaining what has happened to you, your experiences on your expedition and your perilous situation now


Remember to:

Aim for a page of quality writing-it can be typed if you prefer

Use the checklist to help you

Consider the language Captain Scott would use and what he would actually say

Write an evaluative comment at the end linked to the success criteria


Extension: If you would like to learn more about Captain Scott's diary-please look

at the tab on the left, each diary extract is read. (Source: The British Library.) 









collective worship








LO- To understand how to programme using scratch

Success criteria

  1. I can draw a background using blocks to make a maze.
  2. I can select and change a character (sprite).
  3. I can program commands that control the movement of a sprite.
  4. I can program consequences for specific actions.


Click the link below (or on the tab on the left 'Scratch' to access the game and

play this for a short time to understand this. The aim of the game is to reach the green exit without touching the obstacle.

Once you have played this consider the questions:

  • How does the user make the character move?
  • What happens if a red obstacle is touched?
  • What happens when the green exit is reached?


Now watch my tutorial to understand how to make a maze game. You can watch the tutorial the whole way through or pause when suggested and work alongside the video. I have added the coding used for the game as a resource to download

if you need some extra help.






  1. Design a backdrop with obstacles and an exit
  2. Add a sprite for your games
  3. Programme your sprite to move left, right, up and down when using the appropriate keys
  4. Programme the sprite to move back when it touches the obstacle
  5. Programme the sprite to say something once it reaches the exit  


Extension: Suggest 3 ways you could improve your game. Can you identify the code that would be needed for these improvements?




Forest School with Miss Wells

Watch the video from Miss Wells below and complete the task set.










Mrs Brocker's well being challenge 






Story time




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