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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Tuesday 2nd February 2021

Tuesday 2nd February 2021




9:00- 9:40

Guided Reading

LO: To be able to understand plausible predictions. (KNOW)

SC1: I can use the text to support my own predictions.

SC2: I can recognise which predictions are plausible and which are not.

SC3: I can make my own plausible predictions. 

In guided reading today, we continue working on our skills within prediction. Predictions must be based on evidence from the text which is a skill you’ve practiced with your inference and retrieval lessons. 


Pick your level of challenge from the table below.


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Watch the video of me reading the text.


Use words and/ or pictures to describe what has happened in this part of the text. 

Read today’s text which is attached to the bottom of this page.

Answer the following questions. 


1.  What is happening in this part of the text?

2.  Why did all of the Vikings go to the great hall?

3.  Why do you think all of the dragons are missing? (For this prediction question, you must use evidence from the text.)

Read today’s text which is attached to the bottom of this page. 

Answer the following questions. Use evidence from the text in each response. 

1.   What is happening in this part of the text?

2.   Why did all of the Vikings go to the great hall?

3.   Why do you think all of the dragons are missing? 




9:25 – 9:40

Class zoom meeting

9:40- 10:10

Create your inspirational message poster for our KS2 music video. 

Following the message from Mr Cook yesterday, we would like you to plan and create your inspiration message poster. 

It is important that you take your time over this poster and demonstrator care within your work. Your poster should be bold and colourful. You can use any art media you choose, as long as it is easily read. 

When your poster is finished, please email it to your teacher for them to collate and make into the final piece. It is very important that your picture is clear and DOES NOT show your face. 

Here are some examples- 

10:10- 10:25


Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on

Cosmic Yoga



LO: To be able to write persuasively. (Show)

SC1: I can identify what makes a persuasive piece of writing.

SC2: I can write using persuasive features.

SC3: I can write including language which appeals to the target audience.



My tutorial will talk you through the steps of the lesson. You can watch it at the start of the lesson and then refer back to it as your progress through the slides. 

Task 1- Looking at my WABOLL (What a Bad One Looks Like) example of a persuasive piece, I would like you to pick your level of challenge and identify (and perhaps make) the changes needed to improve the piece. 

Supporting resource- 02.02.2021 Task 1- Improve the example

Task 2- For this task, you’ll use your plan to write. I have also included my structure for the advert as a supporting resource for the lesson.

Supporting resource- 02.02.2021 Writing structure and features 

Task 3- Reflection. Which feature have you made the most progress with?

11:25 – 11:40


11:45 – 12:45


LO: TO be able to use my knowledge of time
SC1: I can identify how to tell the time
SC2: I can understand how to solve problems using time
SC3: I can identify how many minutes in an hour

For this lesson, we are taking what we recapped yesterday and continuing with our theme of word problems. These word problems involve time, which is why we recapped time yesterday, to make sure that you had the best chance to be able to complete today's lesson. 

I have uploaded a video for you to help you work through time problems and how to answer them. 



Also I have attached a worked example, so if you are unclear you do not have to look through the whole video again. 

Good luck…

12:45- 1:45


1:45 - 2:30


LO: To be able to know that sound travels in waves
SC1: I can identify what sound is
SC2: I can how energy is involved in sound
SC3: I can work scientifically

For this experiment we are going to try and prove more things about sound. 

For this lesson we need to learn how sound travels. Have a look at this video to help you understand the concept.

We are going to run another experiment. We will do it in the same way as before. Watch the video below and pause when needed. I have also included the steps to help you below if you need it. 




Step 1:

Write your title

  • An experiment to show how sound travels

Step 2: 

Put the sub-heading for your hypothesis and leave a couple of lines. 

Step 3: 

Put a sub heading Apparatus and write down your apparatus

  • A bowl

  • A Whisk

  • Water

Step 3: 

Put the sub heading Method and write down your steps that you are going to run your experiment. Remember to use the adverbials for time, such as then, next, after, first 

Then go back and write what you think your hypothesis should be. What do you predict will happen

Step 4: 

Create your table of results

Step 5: 

Run your experiment, do not forget to observe what happens to the water. 

Step 6: 

Write up your conclusion.

In your conclusion I would like you to answer these questions

What did you see? 
What does this tell you about how sound travels? 
Was your hypothesis right? 

Step 7: 


I would like you to reflect on your learning. What has gone well with your learning in science? What issues you have had with the experiments. 

Then I would like you to tell me how you think you could overcome your issues in the future. 


2:30- 2:40





2:40 - 3:00




Dear Children,

We are celebrating Children's Mental Health Week!

Please watch my video and write down 5 different ways you like to personally express yourself in a creative way.

Your challenge is to be a creative as you want!

Have fun!

Mrs Brocker




3:00 - 3:15

Class Reader




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