West Huntspill Academy, New Road, West Huntspill, Highbridge, Somerset, TA9 3QE
Tel: 01278 783842
East Huntspill Academy, New Road, East Huntspill, Highbridge, Somerset, TA9 3PT
Tel: 01278 782453

west@thpa.theplt.org.uk / east@thpa.theplt.org.uk

The Huntspill Primary Academies

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Please scroll down for activities you can do from home.

Welcome to Cedar Class

We are in Year 2 and Year 3. 

Mrs Bakary  and Miss Lodge are our class teachers and Mrs Cozens, Mrs Dixon and Mrs Ladd are our wonderful teaching assistants.

This year in Cedar Class we have 23 amazing children who all love to learn, investigate and explore.

 In Cedar Class, we pride ourselves on having a positive attitude to work. We enjoy making our brains stronger by challenging ourselves.

We celebrate success and know that mistakes are part of learning. 

We are all good friends in Cedar Class and follow our three school rules: Respect yourself, respect others, respect the environemnt.  

Our PE days are on Monday & Thursday each week.


What are we learning at the moment?

In terms 1 and 2, our class learning enquiry is  'Who settled here first?'  

The enquiry will see children explore a number of key questions in their learning journey. These will be:

How do we know about the Stone Age?

What's improtant about a load of old bones?

Which would be a better place to settle, Cheddar Gorge or Skara Brae?

What's important about a load of old stones?

What came after the Stone Age?

Why not take a closer look at what we will be learning throughout Term 1 and 2?

Below are our termly overviews and knowledge organisers to support childrens' learning. 






Supporting work to do at home.

If you would like to further your learning at home, please click on the links below and work through the lessons and activities linked to our lessons in school .

Maths - Place Value Year 2 and Place Value Year 3.

                  - Times Tables Rockstars / Numbots 

English - Grammar

                  - Spelling Shed


Science - Rocks

                   - Animals, including humans

History - Stone Age to Iron Age