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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 13th January 2021





Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on

Cosmic Yoga

9:10 – 9:50

There are 2 options for guided reading.

You can read a section from our new book and answer the questions that I

will post below. I have recorded a video of me reading the text and asking

the questions but please only use this if you are unable to read the text



If you find the task above too challenging, I have found some books to read.

Have a look through, if you would like help with a level or a book to read a day

then please email me and I will help.

Guided Reading

LO: To be able to understand how to justify inferences.

SC1: I can identify what inference is.

SC2: I can make inferences based on the information I have read.

SC3: I can justify my inferences with evidence from the text.

  1. What did Hiccup actually expect to find in his basket?

  2. Why did Hiccup not tell Fishlegs what he really thought would be in his basket? Can you find evidence to support your ideas?

  3. How was Hiccup feeling at the end of the chapter? What makes you think this?

  4. How was Fishlegs feeling at the end of the chapter? What makes you think this?






LO: To be able to use appropriate vocabulary to add description. (SHOW)

SC1: I can effectively describe appearance.

SC2: I can effectively describe actions.

SC3: I can use dialogue to describe a character. 

Today, we use our completed plan, from yesterday, to write our character

description. You will need to familiarise yourself with the expert piece and the

checklist you created before you start writing.

Roald Dahl tends to keep information about appearance, dialogue and actions

in separate paragraphs, you’re welcome to do this as you write. You’ll need to

consider your use of imagery throughout the writing process and use the word

banks attached to today’s page to help you too (fronted adverbials and

ambitious vocabulary). 


By the end of the lesson you should’ve:

Used your plan to write your character description,

Checked your writing against your checklist.


Break time/snack time

11:10 – 11:30


Make sure you complete 2 studio sessions and 2 sound checks before going on

the garage. Feel free to challenge me!

11:30 – 12:15


LO: To be able to show my understanding of multiplication
SC1: I can identify how to use formal written methods
SC2: I can understand what multiplication is
SC3: I can understand how to use my times tables knowledge

For today’s lesson we are still practising our formal written methods, however I

will be focussing on the reasoning questions, as I expect all of you to be able to

attempt them today. So there are questions for the formal written methods

below and worked examples to help with your chosen formal written method. 



Here is the video input for today focussing on the reasoning questions. 

12:15- 1:15


1:15 - 2:15


LO: To be able to know about the Anglo-Saxons
SC1: I can identify who the Anglo-Saxons were
SC2: I can understand where they lived
SC3: I can identify how they related to the Vikings

So we have had a look at who the vikings were and how they lived, we are going

to be moving on to looking at the Anglo-Saxons and how they related to the


So the same with the Vikings we are going to start with figuring out who the

Anglo-Saxons were? 

I would like you to do some research on the Anglo-Saxons, try to find out who

they were, where they came from and how they lived. 

See what you can find from these websites:

Who were the Anglo-Saxons? - BBC Bitesize

The arrival of the Anglo-Saxons ( (This one is a bit longer) 

You can do this anyway that you feel would be most helpful. If that is bullet

points or a mind map then it is up to you. I have included a model to help you

see not only how to set it out, but the amount of information I would like you

to find. 

2:15- 2:30

Exercise –




2:30 - 3:00

Wellbeing and Rights Respecting




Assembly from Anne 

3:00 - 3:15

Class Reader





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