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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 20th January 2021

Wednesday 20th January 2021





Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on

Cosmic Yoga

9:10- 9:25


Make sure you complete 2 studio sessions and 2 sound checks before going on the garage. Feel free to challenge me!

9:25 – 9:40

Class zoom meeting



LO: To be able to effectively describe a character. (GROW)

SC1: I can effectively describe appearance.

SC2: I can effectively describe actions.

SC3: I can use dialogue to describe a character.  


Today is your final lesson on character descriptions! All of your learning needs to come together to make one outstanding final piece today. You are going to use ARMS to edit the draft you wrote yesterday. Remember, when we use ARMS we need to work our way through each of the letters, making the changes we have identified. You do not need to copy ARMS into your books again, just make the improvements to your first draft. 



A - add - does it make sense???

R - Remove - who cares? Is it important

M - move - openers, are yours varied enough

S - substitute - can you upskill your words to better ones.


When you have made the changes, and if time allows, I would like you to publish your final draft.

For reflection today, I want you to think back to the title of the outcome- To be able to describe characters as well as Roald Dahl. Have you achieved this? Prove it!

I’ve explained these steps in this video. The powerpoint will tell you when to watch it.



By the end of the lesson, you should’ve:

Edited your character description from yesterday,

Published it (if time allows) and

Reflected on the title for this outcome. Please remember to prove your ideas with evidence. 


Break time/snack time

11:00 – 11:45

Guided Reading

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 independently.  


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 retrieve key information.

SC1: I can scan the text to find information.

SC2: I can skim-read. 

SC3: I can retrieve relevant information from a text.

1. Where would you find the section that gives us detail about Stoick’s mouse problem?

2. How did Stoick speak to Toothless?

3. What information can you find about Toothless’ appearance?

4. What did Fishlegs say to change Stoick’s mind about Toothless?




11:45 – 12:45


LO: To be able to know how to divide by 10
SC1: I can identify what divide means
SC2: I can understand the importance of place value
SC3: I can use manipulatives to help me

For this lesson we are going to be looking at how to divide any number by 10. 

We have looked at how to divide by a single digit. During the explanation I will be looking at using manipulatives and not, so that you can go through the stages of our learning at your own pace. 

Have a look at the video below to help you with the explanation. I have also attached a worked example if you need something to remind you without watching the whole video.




Can you have a go at the activities set by bbc, see how you do.

There are also Chilli challenges attached below 

12:45- 1:45


1:45 - 2:30


LO: To know about the Anglo-Saxon and Viking crime and punishment
SC1: I can identify the crime and punishments of the Vikings
SC2: I can identify the crime and punishments of the Anglo-Saxons
SC3: I can compare crime and punishments using my own knowledge

For this lesson we are going to look at crime and punishment that was around in the time of the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons. 

I have found a powerpoint for you to look through to help you with the crime and punishment of the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons. 


When you have gone through this, I would like you to pretend that you are living in the times of the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons and I would like you to come up with punishments for the crimes below. I would like you to justify your answer as well telling me why you think this would be a good punishment for the crime.

As always I have modelled this for you. 

Crimes… But what are the punishments? 

  1. Stealing a sheep

  2. Punching someone in the face and breaking his nose

  3. Calling a noble a bad word

  4. Teasing another child and running away

  5. Copying on a test

  6. Being late to school

2:30- 2:40

Exercise – 




2:40 - 3:00

Wellbeing and Collective Worship






3:00 - 3:15

Class Reader





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