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Nunnery Wood Primary School

Year 4 Lilac and Lime


Welcome to Year 4's class page! The year 4 staff are:

Teachers - Miss Jenkins (Lilac) & Miss Allan (Lime)

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Satchwell, Miss Cave, Miss Shamreez



Tuesdays - Indoor PE

Thursdays/Fridays - Outdoor PE


Trips / Visitors

Worcester University Arena - Tuesday 23rd April

EnviroSort Lilac - Thursday 26th April

EnviroSort Lime - Friday 27th April

The Big Sing, Worcester University - Friday 21st June

The Sea Life Centre, Birmingham - Thursday 11th July (payment deadline is 20/6/24)




Year 4 Enterprise! 



Eid food share





We had a fabulous World Book Day in Year 4! We completed lots of reading activities, read with our Reception class buddies, completed a book scavenger hunt and lots more!



One of our favourite topics in Year 4 is our learning about dragons! To kick-start our writing, we were hooked into our learning by creating dragon's eyes made of clay. We spoke descriptively about what our dragons would look like.


In Year 4, we play lots of fun games to help us learn our times tables! We celebrated Times Tables Rockstars by having a "Rockstar!" themed day for Number Day...


AUTUMN 2 - take a look at our learning!

In English, we are learning to write biographies. We have had lots of discussions about inspirational people and spent time reading books from the "Little People, Big Dreams" collection.


We created poppies to represent remembrance day. 


Well done everyone in Year 4 for an amazing piece of writing based on Hogwarts castle! Please read Beth's beautiful setting description below.


In reading, we enjoyed studying a poem with an autumn focus. It was lovely that the children had the opportunity to read and perform the poem outside.


Our current science topic is 'Electricity'. The children have enjoyed getting practical with wires, cells, bulbs, motors and buzzers to create different circuits. 


In Year 4, we challenged the children to create their own maths games. We have been learning about comparing numbers. We are so proud of everybody's effort and the creativity shown by all the children. 

We have had a fantastic start to the autumn term!

The children were asked what their favourite activities have been so far - here is what they said!

  • Roman mosaics
  • Earthquake drill
  • Times tables rockstars 
  • Writing kenning poetry
  • Creating our own circuit games in PE.

Our topic for the autumn term is "Shake, Rattle & Roll!" The main focus for this term are earthquakes and The Iron Man - Ted Hughes. We will also learn about the Romans (we have booked "The History Man" to provide the children with an incredible experience).