Sedley's Church of England

Primary School

Love to Learn - Learn to Love

Monday 25th Jan







Maths activities



Open up the document below to find your spellings and tasks. Remember to practise them through the week ready for your spelling test on Friday.


LO - To add decimals with same number of decimal places


  • Watch the powerpoint presentation below in FULL SCREEN mode. Remember to have a pencil and paper to carry out tasks while watching.
  • The complete the tasks provided.

Maths presentation

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LO – To  use a wide range of phrases, including determiners and other grammatical elements


You have already been introduced to the Northern Lights last week.


Watch the video below to learn more about the auroras.


All About Auroras: Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and Aurora Australis

  • In the powerpoint below you will see a range of images of the Northern lights.  
  • In the second Powerpoint you will find your tasks for today.
  • You will need to collect words and phrases that describe what you observe.
  • You might want to use an online Thesaurus to help you (there is a link to an online thesaurus below the presentation).



What are the four components of prayer?


  • Open the document below to find out what the four components of prayer are.
  • You will need to highlight these components in the prayers that have been given.
  • You will also need to write a prayer of your own which includes these components.


Comprehension : Focus -Retrieval and Inference


  • Find out about the Northern Lights, one of the natural wonders of the world.
  • Then answer the questions in the document given. Remember to answer in complete sentences.


Maths activity

Select one of the multiplication games from your year group from below.

Open up the link below to play a game of adding decimals using the hundred square model.

You will find a number of decimal games here.


Scroll down to ‘Year 6 Add decimals’ to play the game that matches your maths learning objective for today. You will see it in the 100 square visual representation.


You can of course play any of the Yr5 decimal games too for practise.