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Year 4: Rhino Class

Year 4 Team 2019/20:

Sandra Escayg, Teacher;

Georgina McCue and Jessica Jones Teaching Assistants

Find out about the work of the World Wildlife Fund and how it helps Rhinos

See blog for up to date news and photographs  



  Hi Rhino Class and Parents,

  Well done to all of you for having made it to the end of Spring Term!

  I know at times it has been challenging but thank you parents for keeping up the good work.

  Our whole school project over the Easter holidays is called London. We would like the   

   children to find out about London -Its history, The River Thames, or a Famous Landmark

  It is up to them where the journey will take them or how creative they want to be. I have       included a file for ideas and research activities.

   Useful Websites for continued learning:


   White Rose Math -homelearning 

  Maths is Fun



 BBC Teach-  playlist of English videos to teach punctuation and stories.

 Fairy Tales and Stories for Kids - Children can re-tell stories after they have watched them.

 Classical kids Storytime- stories accompanied by classical music.

  CBeebies- Bedtime stories.  

 Spellingshed - online games.

 Horrible history Channel

 For parents - Watch National Theatre Shows at home for free!

Currently showing - 'One Man, Two Guvnors' starring James Corden.

Check their website for details.

 All the Best!

 Mrs Escayg












 Message from Julia Hibbert


Dear choir and anybody else who loves to sing!


I am missing our weekly choir sessions and thought that you might like to keep up with your singing. So here are some of our warm ups and the songs we are learning that are all on YouTube. Remember music makes us feel happy and relaxed so keep singing. Take care all of you. Julia 




  1. To stop the train


  1. Let's start to sing


  1. Do 're me (from sound of music)






How far I'll go


I wish I knew how


There's a power in the music






Hello Rhinos,

How are you all doing? I hope you are all keeping well and being kind to your family members.

I have included some new activities for you to do over the coming weeks.

 Please  remember to read a book for 20 minutes every day and do your individual maths activity on abacus ( you all have your logins). 

Also listen to Newsround on CBBC- You could write a paragraph on your favourite news item for the day.

It is a great opportunity to keep a diary of events and how you are  feeling.

Try to keep up with your daily exercise- Joe Wick at 9.00 am, Stay Active or

5-a-Day (login

Here is a useful link to the Abacus home-learning website:



Topic web

Class letter

Want to know more about the teaching of numeracy?

 These videos are for parents to see some of the things that we do in class.  You will need your child's log in details to view the videos. 

Here's a link to the Oxford Owl website, which is full of FREE e-books for you to read at home.

You'll need to enter our username and password,

Username: Baring4

Password: Rhinos

You can read the books with an orange 'e' on them