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RILLINGTON Primary School

'Every child matters, every moment counts'

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Rillington Primary School, High St, Rillington, Malton, YO17 8LA

Mrs Carrie Stabler

Year 4/5 - Cherry Tree Class.

Class letters:

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Welcome to Year 4/5 - we would love you to visit our class page to see the incredible learning we have planned and the work the children have been producing.

Welcome to Cherry Tree Class - Year 4/5
Mrs Ahmed and Mrs Wilson work in Cherry tree class


Miss Ahmed                                                                                                      Mrs Wilson


I am so happy to now be teaching at Rillington Primary School and feel like I have already got to know so many of the fantastic children here. I have worked as a primary teacher for over 10 years and have experience in working in a range of settings from inner city London schools to small rural schools within North Yorkshire. Throughout this time, I have had the pleasure of teaching in all year groups, from Nursery up to year 6. This year I am really enjoying working with a mixed year 4 and 5 class. 

I particularly enjoy teaching history and R.E. as I love to learn all about the past and celebrate the different cultures of the world.  I also love reading lessons as there is nothing better than sitting down with a good book and getting lost in it. Teaching has always been my dream job and I am so happy that I get to spend every day opening up children's imaginations and giving them the tools to flourish for the future.  Each day is full of unexpected surprises.

During my free time, you will find me in a cafe drinking a hot cup of coffee whilst reading Harry Potter for the twentieth time. When I'm not in a cafe, I'll be outside getting some fresh air and going on adventures with my family. 


Hello, my name is Mrs Wilson I am a T. A. in class 4/5. I have worked at Rillington Primary School for 19 years. I am passionate about supporting children throughout their education at school. I support interventions in reading, maths and Lego therapy.  I love to see all children gain confidence and thrive at school to their best ability.  
Family is important to me I have three grown-up children and three grandchildren who keep me busy, and who look after me too. My interests are art, history, archaeology, gardening and wildlife.  My working life so far has been office work and then as a childminder for nine years before joining Rillington Primary School.

Medium Term Planning:

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MTP autumn term one

MTP autumn term two

MTP Spring term one

 MTP Spring term two 

MTP Summer term one


Information for Year 4 parents:

Multiplication Tables Check (MTC)

You may be aware that Year 4 complete a Multiplication Tables Check in June, this is part of a statutory assessment for all year 4 pupils across the country.

The checks consist of 25 questions. The questions go up to 12×12 and they have 5 seconds to answer each question.

The results of the test are not published publicly. There is no pass or fail, there is just a score out of 25 marks.

They will have had opportunities to practise with the official portal that will be used on the day, this will ensure children feel prepared for the assessment.

Further information about the check can be found here:

Information for parents: multiplication tables check (


What is the purpose of the check?

The purpose of the MTC is to determine whether pupils can recall their times tables fluently, which is essential for future success in mathematics. It will help schools to identify pupils who have not yet mastered their times tables, so that additional support can be provided.


How can you help?

The children should be ‘jamming’ any times tables that are red on their heat maps in TTRockstars.  Jamming allows the children to focus on one set of tables to become fluent at the ones that they are finding harder.   The heat map goes green if the children know the answer and are answering under 6 seconds. 

Other ways to practise is to write out their times tables in order, say the answers in order (so count in that number) forwards and backwards, then mix up their tables in any order.


If you have a questions or would like any help in how you can further support your child, please get in touch.