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Class 9

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.

Hi Class 9, 


I hope that you had a super week last week and that you and your families are all staying safe. I had a lovely week as I got to speak to you on the phone again and yet again I was so impressed to hear how hard you have been working as well as all the exciting other things you have been doing. It has also been great to see some of your fantastic work on Twitter and on the school email. Remember you can send things through to me by emailing or tweeting @ghyllgrove.


I have been working very hard at home too and know that sometimes it can be a little bit tricky to stay focused at home. When I feel like this, I give myself a little break time or go for a walk. A bit like we do in school. Remember you can still have little breaks at home too. However, on Saturday it was my birthday so I made sure I had a very relaxing day in my sunny garden.


Also, remember to listen to your adults at home because as you know, I get to know everything and would really love to hear that you are being kind and doing good listening.


Finally, there are lots more activities for you to complete this week. Remember it is up to your adult how many activities you do and as long as you try your best, I will be very proud of you.


Have a wonderful week,

Mr Collins.

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Summer Learning at Home Medium Term Plan

National Book Tokens Competition- Win vouchers for you and your class by designing your own book token.

Mental Health Awareness Week- Week beginning 18th May

This week is Mental Health awareness week and we are thinking about what it means to be kind. Although you should always be kind, this week focus on all the kind things you do everyday. If you do something especially kind this week, email it to us or pop it on the school’s twitter @ghyllgrove. You might be in with the chance of getting a certificate for your act of kindness. Below are some examples of how you can be kind at home this week:

  • Help somebody in your house with some of the jobs that need doing.
  • Play nicely with your brothers and/or sisters
  • Being happy and smiley
  • Can you think of any more?

Feel Good stories

These stories are about being kind.


Uploaded are also some more ideas how to be kind every day and kindness words colouring.

Welcome to Class 9


Class Teachers: Mr Collins 
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Levey (AM) Mrs Emmons (PM)


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 9 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.


Mr Collins

Parent guide to supporting children with Maths at home