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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

W/C 1st March 2021

  • Must, should, could – must lessons need to be completed, should lessons are a good idea to complete and could lessons are up to you whether you complete.  

  • Sending 1 piece of learning each day – to take pressure away from parents, you are only required to send through 1 piece of learning a day. 

  • Afternoon Federation project – Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor have created practical projects that can be completed in the afternoon. You could choose to do 1 of the projects for the whole week or to do 1 daily. The task wheel is a great resource to use to aid your learning, however the way you complete the project is up to you.  

  • Task tutorials – there will be additional task tutorials to take children step-by-step through the tasks they are to complete for English and Maths.  

  • Our daily class call is now at 8:30am and will be held on Microsoft Teams. 


Welcome to the first week back after half term! We hope you all had a brilliant break and are ready for new learning!


In English this week we are going to start planning our alternative ending to Hansel and Gretel. We will be using what we have learnt about prefixes and suffixes to create a piece of writing, which engages the reader. You will be able to find your finished products on our class celebration pages at the end of the week!



In maths this week we are going to be moving on to pictorial methods of division using 1s and 10s. We will then learn a written method, before using this to solve real life problems!



In the afternoons, we will be providing you with challenges that you can choose from. You can choose how many you like and they are fun and practical. We really hope you enjoy doing these challenges and look forward to seeing how you get on with them!

The outline for the challenges is attached below and are also on the daily timetables.

Please watch the video which explains more information below.




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