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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 10th February

Timetable

9 - 9.30- Jumpstart Johnny-Pick your favourite one https://www.jumpstartjonny.co.uk/home 

9:30 – 10.00 – Phonics/Reading Phonics- RWI Red words. Please watch Mrs Ryan's video on Set 1 and Set2 red words. Please do not rush through these you can just do set 1 but set 2 is available for reference.

 

 

Please see your child's tapestry journal where you will find what RWI level they are to select the phonics video daily and one to two ebooks via oxford owls for your child a week (see details below) .

Set1 a/b: j- 

 

 

Red/green/ditty: ch

 

 

Purple: oo (book) - 

 

 

0.00- 10.30 Maths- Today the children will continue to learn about ordinal numbers. RESOURCE: Please watch this story video about 10 rubber ducks to go with todays maths learning

 

 

Mrs Marsh's maths video

 

 

10:30-10:45- Snack and break break

10:45-11:00- Class zoom

11.00-11.45-Inspired play- This is time for the children to choose their own independent learning. They might like to choose a activity from either the Chinese new year themed activity sheet or the phonics themed activity sheet.

11:45 - 1:00 Lunch time-

1:00 – 1.45 Experience: Today the children will be researching the Chinese new year and selecting a area of interest which they will then use to create a presentation for tomorrow. RESOURCE: Please share the Smartie story (EYFS -First version story )via https://www.childnet.com/resources/smartie-the-penguin or click on the presentation attached before watching Miss Coleman's video. After you have shared Smartie’s story . Watch Miss Coleman’s video and see attached activity sheets to support today’s learning

 

 

1.45 - 2.30 Inspired Play- This is time for the children to choose their own independent learning. They might like to choose an activity from the suggested list attached.

2.30-2.45 Wellbeing with Mrs Smith 

 

 

3.00-3.15 - Storytime with Mrs Ryan

 

 

 

Inspire FederationUnicef Rights Respecting Schoolswoodland trust awardChildlineCEOP