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Wayland Class

Wayland 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.

KS2 Resources

General Curriculum Topics

BBC Bitesize

Doodle English and Maths information



Timestable practice and mental maths knowledge


White Rose - Free Parent Support for Maths, and free workbooks


Reading Essentials

Love Reading, click here

CBBC Book Club

Fun online reference site


SATs Guide and Revision


Link to Google Classroom