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Ghyllgrove Community Primary School &Resource Base for Hearing Impaired Children

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Class 7

At the top of this page is a Learning at Home section. Within this section is a Projects file with details of what the children have been learning in class and ideas for activities you can complete whilst the school is closed. We will be updating this regularly so please keep checking for any changes or additions.

Hello Class 7,

I hope you are all still safe and well. Hopefully, you are still managing to get out and have some fun, although the weather has not been as good this week! Well done for continuing to try your best and completing some of the activities, remember we do not expect you to complete them all but you should listen to your grown-up about how many you should try.  It’s not too late to sign up to the Essex Libraries Summer reading challenge and it is a really good chance to discover new books and authors you might not have heard of before.

Enjoy your week

Miss. Graham

30 days wild challenge

Summer Week 12 - Learning at home- Week beginning 13th July

Welcome to Class 7

Class Teachers: Miss Graham
Teaching Assistant: AM: Mrs Davis

                                                                                    PM: Mrs. Cross


We hope that you have had a good half term and enjoyed the sunshine (we know we did)! We are missing seeing you in Class 7 but have been very impressed with all of the learning you have been doing with the grown-ups at home. Hopefully we will see each other soon.


At top of our class page, you will find activities for Maths, English, Phonics and Topic that you can complete at home. There is also some help and advice on how to complete these. Try these activities with a grown-up or by yourself to show them how amazing you are at learning! Remember you can send us pictures of yourself and your learning on Twitter at @Ghyllgrove. We can’t wait to see all your brilliant work! Make sure you check back every week to see what’s new!


As well as completing all the activities at the top of our class page, you can read your school reading book and access our learning at home resources from our school website. Just go to the children tab on our school website and click on the learning at home section or click the link below to access a wide range of fun and engaging resources. 


Learning at home page:


Your child has their login details included inside their Home School Diary for…

• Purple Mash

• Espresso

• Bug Club


We are missing you all and can't wait to see you again. Thank you for your understanding and continued support.


Miss Graham

Parent guide to supporting children with Maths at home