Wayland ClassWayland Class is named after Wayland’s Smithy which is a two-phase Neolithic tomb, built along the Ridgeway close to a north scarp of the Downs above the Vale of the White Horse.
The first monument here, built between 3590 and 3555 BC, was a mortuary structure of stone and wood. After a short period of disuse, this was encased within a second, larger, barrow double its height, which remained in use for about 100 years.
General Curriculum Topics
Doodle English and Maths information
Timestable practice and mental maths knowledge
White Rose - Free Parent Support for Maths, and free workbooks
Fun online reference site
SATs Guide and Revision