Class Blog for Seaton


Week beginning Monday 23rd March

I hope you are all well and adjusting to the current situation. 

Maths: The focus for maths this week is volume and capacity. I will attach a few work sheets as well as Powerpoints which can be used alongside them. The main focus is all about understanding key terms such as 'more than' and 'less than' and being able to use these to describe how much liquid different containers have in them. 

English: When we are eventually back at school, we will be starting a new unit all about different animals. For English this week they can research and create different fact files about different animals. They can write about their favourite animal, where it lives, describe what it looks like, what it eats and any interesting facts about it. They can also be writing a diary each day of what they are doing and how they are feeling.  

For a Geography focus, the children could create a world map and draw on where some of the different animals live. 

Phonics: The Ruth Miskin Youtube channel has lots of valuable videos to help your child with their phonics. They are also doing live lesson videos (following the same structure used by the KS1 teachers in school). It can be found at:

I have attached a few guided reading / comprehension activities based on different animals. 

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions and continue to keep an eye on the website for any further information.

Thank you 

Mr Clatworthy 

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Helping your child with English

Please see the attached document that contains many different links to great online resources which can be used to help your child with their English work. Another good website that provides teachers with ideas and resources is Twinkle. They are currently offering parents 1 month of access for free during the current uncertain climate. To access, log onto: Register your email address and set up a password, using the offer code UKTWINKLHELPS for 1 month’s free access. 

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Dear Parents and Carers,

I have created a pack of different work and activities which can be done with your child. 

At the front of the pack is a list of different activities which can be completed. It covers a range of different areas and links to a number of subjects. 

You will find a Mathletics login code  in their bags which can be used to access a wide variety of different maths tasks.  

For reading, we recommend using Oxford Owl. This is free to use  - all you need to do is sign up and you have access to a wide variety of different levelled reading books. To find a book you need to:

  1. go to
  2. Sign in / create your free account
  3. Click ‘ebooks’
  4. Click the small ‘eBooks’ button on the left hand side
  5. Click ‘levels’ and then ‘book band’ and select a book from your child’s colour. 

Please keep an eye on seesaw for further work and activities.  


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