Today, it is Oxford Grove’s reading day!
This afternoon, we talked about our class author who is Roald Dahl. Miss Longmore shared her favourite book which is ‘The Twits!’ She loves it because the monkeys get revenge on the Twits. Mrs Buckley’s favourite book is ‘The BFG’. Mrs Morris’ favourite book is Lady Cottington’s Pressed fairy book! Have you read any of these books?
We also did some book reviews and talked about our favourite books. What is your favourite book?
My favourite book is Ladderless window-cleaning animals- By Morgan
My favourite book is Diary of a Wimpy Kid- By Levi
My favorourite book is the enormous crocodile- by Aleksandr
Aleksandr, Abdullah, Hayden, Nehal, Levi, Lewis, Joshua, Morgan, Molly and Sana.
Welcome to Year 4L!
Here is a little introduction into what life is like in Year 4 at Oxford Grove!
Take a look back over an amazing year in Year 3T!
At Oxford Grove, we spend lots of time and effort on our fantastic displays. We have an amazing team of adults who create the displays, and the children take lots of care over their work that will be put on display.
What is your favourite display in our school?
This year in Year 3, we have completed two Art topics – one about cave paintings and one about still life.
Which was your favourite topic? What did you learn? Which do you think you did the best in?
We have been learning lots of exciting things in Music!
We love our song ‘Shadows’ and we’re especially good at singing different parts in two groups. Now we are learning a new song from Moana – ‘How Far I’ll Go.’
What do you love best about Music, Year 3?
Today we have taken part in our Smiley Reward – Crazy Golf!
We loved the Crazy Golf! We had to work in threes to go round the course. Sometimes it was really hard to get the ball in the hole!
What did you think of our reward, Year 3T?
Today we have created our own healthy desserts! We designed our desserts and then we followed our designs to make them.
Here is a selection of what we made:
Would you like to eat our desserts?
Today, Mrs Thompson’s English group has been reading ‘Jabberwocky’ by Lewis Carroll.
We talked about the made up words and had a go at deciding what we thought they meant. We realised that the poet has chosen words that are quite similar to real words so that we can tell what they might be supposed to mean.
We discussed the story that the poem tells and how we can read it even with all of the made up words.
What do you think of this poem, Year 3?