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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Week 3 - January 2021

 9:00; Zoom call - we can catch up with each other and run through our learning for the day.

Getting ready for learning

R - join in with Foxes ( Joe Wicks or Harry Potter)

C and O - Try balancing on one leg and count to 20 then change legs.


RWI reading.  Please let me know if you have trouble finding your e -book online. 

RWI Speed sounds – Foxes class has links to practise RWI Speed Sounds every day!

There is one for Rex – set 1 red, green and purple.

There is one for Charlie and Olly – set 3

9: 20 – 9:35

Getting ready for maths

Top Marks:  Addition and Subtraction             Mental Maths Train

R -three one digit numbers.

C - Bonds to make 20

O – three digits and ones

9:35 – 10: 30



Maths: Angles

SC1 ) I can identify right angles

SC2)  I can find right angles in shapes and letters.

SC3)  I can draw a right angle facing different ways. (different orientations)

These are all right angles – it does not matter which way they face. 




Draw some right angles facing different ways.  Remember to use straight lines. 

Can you find right angles in these shapes and letters?






              Draw some letters and shapes and show the right angles with a little square.

10:30 – 11:00

Snack, walk outside, choosing such as Lego or drawing or colouring in.

11:00 – 11:15




High Frequency Words and spelling

Olly’s words

boys, toys, enjoying, could, would, should

Charlie’s words

boy, toy, enjoy, will, hill, still

Rex’s words

to, into, you, by, my, try

Air writing today.  Do each word 3 times, saying the letters as you draw them in the air.



11:15 – 12:00

Listening, talking, and writing.

SC1) I can use 2 or 3 sentences to make a paragraph.

SC2) I can use many adjectives when I describe the setting.

SC3) I can use a question in my writing.


Remember when you wrote words to describe this picture?  Go on with your story about the robin.  I would like to see lots of adjectives - try to use at two for each noun.


So your paragraph could start:

The brave, little robin flew over the still, blue lake...... 


12:00 – 1:15

Lunch time!





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