Julia Donaldson - 'Gruffalo Class' - Class 1

Home Learning Resources - National Oak Academy

Just to give you more options in your home learning!

This is a government home learning site with lots of different subjects for every year group, a schedule for each day and lots of videos and related work activities.  Try it out!  It might give you a change in ideas and a different approach to what I'm giving you!



Additionally remember to look at the Weekly White Rose maths activities.

White Rose Maths - 6th July 2020

White Rose Maths - 29th June 2020

School Sports Partnership online activity.
Following on from our virtual challenges (still one to come after half term - Netball) we are now trying to get everyone active by taking part in our 'Rainbow Run' later next month as part of our School Games offer. On Friday 19th June we want as many people to come together and run (whatever you can) in as many different colours, and video yourself doing so.
Below is a link for a video to explain how everyone can get involved. The idea is fairly simple, get active and run, in as many colours as possible!! At home, in the garden, down the street, whatever works!!!! As many people, as many colours all on the same day!!



I wonder what the world will look like tomorrow?

Check out the following link and see if you can upload your pictures.



VE Day!

As we work very closely with Gayton School, one of our colleagues has put together a list of websites which you may find useful when home schooling. We hope that you find them helpful.

Useful Websites for Home Learning

Welcome to Gruffalo Class.  


Our class teacher is Mrs Williamson.

Our teaching assistants are Mrs Bennett and Mrs Blackmur.


This term our topic is Far Away Lands.  Until February half term we will be learning about Space and then after February half term we will be learning about Africa.  We will be sharing and reading a range of her books and learning through the books and educational websites.  Through both topics we will be investigating a range of scientific, historical and geographical concepts, which will be reflected in our literacy.  Read our newsletters to find out more about our weekly learning.