Holy Trinity Tottenham

Serving the Tottenham

Year 4 - Sengis  


 Welcome to Sengi Class! This year, our school's theme is pollinating animals. Our class name is sengi, which means elephant shrew in African Bantu languages. Sengis are native to Africa, and live in a range of countries, from South Africa, Tanzania and The Democratic Republic of Congo to Uganda and Botswana. We have really enjoyed learning about the geography of Africa using maps, atlases and globes. We have also learnt about how sengis pollinate plants, and we have revised our learning from year 3 on pollination. Additionally, we learnt about the habitats of sengis and we also really enjoyed making 3D clay sengis and creating a stamp with an oil pastel drawing of a sengi. Remember to check our class Twitter and our class Sway to keep up to date with our learning and don't forget to ask us for some fantastic facts on sengis.

Class SWAY

Look at what we have been learning about...

Please have a read of our class SWAY where you can view some of the learning we have been getting up to. 

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Year 4 Curriculum Map 

Summer Term

Please see below what Year 4 are learning this term. If you click on the documents, they will open into a large version.

The documents are Knowledge Organisers. They contain key facts and information that the children need to have as a basic knowledge and understanding of the topic – giving them the ‘bigger picture’ of what they will be learning at school.



Purple Mash

Please click on the picture below to access the Purple Mash website. Please ask your child's teacher if you are unsure of the log in details.

Click here to be directed to our Purple Mash information page. 



Please click on the links below to access different online stories that children can read or listen to. Most of them do not require you to sign up. Enjoy! 

Oxford Owl

Book Trust

Story Online 

Magic Key Story Books

Audible Stories

Physical Activities 

Keeping active is really important. Please try and do some physical activity everyday for 30 minutes. 

Joe Wicks PE Lesson

5 a day


Just Dance

BBC Teach Super Movers 


Other useful websites: 

Times Tables Rockstars

Hit The Button

BBC Bitesize

White Rose Daily Maths Problems

Top Marks

National Geographic 

Crash Course Kids

Colour By Number