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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 20th May

Wednesday 20th May





Joe Wicks virtual PE – bodycoachtv on

9:30 – 9:50

LO: To be able to use inference
SC1: I can understand what inference
SC2: I can interpret the text to identify thoughts and feelings
SC3: I can use the text to support my answer

Please find the next installment of Five go on an adventure. There is a pdf of the chapter at the bottom. 


  1. On page 44, can you infer what Julian means when he says “Honestly, I believe anyone could light a cigarette from the sparks that fly from our eyes”? Can you explain why you think this. 

  2. Can you infer what Julain is thinking when George says she wants to take him to the island on page 46? What phrase tells you this? 

  3. Can you find the phrase that tells you George’s mother is upset on page 47? 

  4. On page 50, what else do you think the children might be feeling when they row out to the island? Explain your reasons. 

  5. On page 51, what phrases can you find to tell you the children are excited to explore the island? 


LO: To be able to use fronted adverbials
SC1: I can use the correct punctuation
SC2: I can identify different types of fronted adverbial
SC3: I can vary my use of fronted adverbials

Last day of Fronted adverbials, I have really enjoyed seeing your stories. We will change up what we have to put in them tomorrow. 

If you would like to recap Fronted adverbials again, then please have a look at the instructional video from yesterday. 

Today, I would like you to continue the story. The children have just got to Kirrin Island? What is going to happen… Remember, the name of the book is “Five on a Treasure Island”! How can this influence your writing. 

I have included a checklist and a guided write to help you if you would like it. You are more than welcome to magpie ideas, but don’t copy too much, I would like as much of your work as possible. 



Break time/snack time

11:00 – 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


Arithmetic starter

LO: To interrogate data effectively

SC1: I can interpret a bar chart or pictogram

SC2: I can draw my own bar chart and interrogate the data

SC3 I can reason and solve problems about bar charts 

Here is the link to today’s tutorial- make sure your bar chart is drawn perfectly! Reasoning and problem solving challenges follow.



Reasoning and problem solving

12:15- 1:15


1:15 - 2:00


LO: To create a recipe for my meal.

SC1: I can set my recipe out in stages

SC2: I can use fronted adverbials

SC3: I can use the correct layout devices for a recipe

SC4: I will check that my recipe makes sense


Today we are going to write out the recipe for our meal. Here is the tutorial for my spicy italian pasta!





2:00- 2:30

Exercise – e.g. mindfulness yoga, fresh air in the garden, run up and down the stairs seeing if you can get faster every time!


We are continuing on with our class reader in the afternoons.I have attached the pdf of the book as well as the link to hear Mr Cook read. 



After, I would like you to spend time reading your own book. Do it in your bedroom, in the garden or even in the kitchen sink. So long as you are reading.


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