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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 24th

Good morning everyone! 

We loved seeing your learning yesterday and we can’t wait to see your learning from today! Have a great day!  






Daily class call (should) 

Use the emailed link to join the daily call.  



Phonics (must) 

The phonics session is made up of two parts.  

The first is the speed sound session. Please select the video appropriate to your child’s level (this was emailed to you): 


Set 1: (a)




Set 2: (igh)




Set 3: (a-e)




Log into the Oxford Owl website and find the correct coloured book for your child. Your child should read the book 3 times before moving on, so that they become increasingly confident.  

Oxford owl:   


You can also access books here where you can log in for and access books free for 30 days. 


If you are in guided reading, we are starting a new book called ‘The Worst Witch’ by Jill Murphy, please read the next chapter and answer the questions in full sentences.  We look forward to reading your answers. 


Learning break (could) 

Use this time to have a short learning break.  

You could follow one of these videos: 


Maths (must) 

Our number to 100 outcome: Bingo!! 

SC1: I can count to 100. 

SC2: I can identify numbers to 100. 

SC3: I can write numbers to 100.  


Our outcome:





Create bingo squares for you and your family to play bingo with (Bingo squares attached or you could draw out your own). 


How to make your bingo game:



Green chilli challenge (mild): use the green chilli challenge bingo template with 9 squares to fill.  


Orange chilli challenge (hot): use the orange chilli challenge bingo template with 16 squares to fill.  


Red chilli challenge (spicy): use the red chilli challenge bingo template with 25 squares to fill.   



Key words: tens, ones, bingo.  




Mental Maths (should) 

Ordering numbers 1-100 


English (must) 

LO: to understand formal and informal 

SC1: I can define what informal means. 

SC2: I can define what formal means. 

SC3: I can identify the purpose of formal letters. 


Watch the lesson video:





Green chilli challenge (mild): Sort the letters into formal and informal letters - see tutorial video.  

Green Chilli challenge tutorial:




Orange chilli challenge (hot): Sort the letters into formal and informal letters. 


Red chilli challenge (spicy): Sort the letters into formal and informal. Then identify the persuasive letters in the formal pile. 

Red Chilli challenge tutorial:




Reflection: remember to do your reflection.  


Key words: letter, formal, informal, campaign, address, salutation, ending, greeting, persuade. 




Wellbeing (could) 

Watch today’s wellbeing session: 





Project (could) 

Watch this video to find out about this week’s challenges:




Wednesday’s challenge:  

Photography challenge!  

Can you capture the signs of spring? 

You may need to research different techniques or edit your pictures.  

What would a professional photographer do to get the best picture?  

See the source image


Story time (must) 

Listen to the next part of Matilda: 

Chapter 10 - 





We can’t wait to see the work you produce!  

Take care,  

Miss Cuss and Miss Theobald 

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