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At our school, we have lots of awards which we are very proud of. One of these awards is the Inclusion Quality Mark (Centre of Excellence).
This award means that everybody at our school gets a fair chance, and that we understand the importance of equality and diversity.
What does inclusion look like in our school?
Year 4 have been invaded by the Romans, led by Sargeant Stockton and her team of cruel soldiers! We experienced what it feels like to be invaded and have things taken away from us. After, we discussed invasions and whether we think they are still happening today. We then wrote a recount on the events of the day for a piece of cross-curricular writing in our topic books.
Can you write a recount about what happened on that afternoon?
Here are some pictures from the invasion!
Our history topic is the Romans and Year 4 have been very enthusiastic about it so far! This week we used Roman numerals to measure our height and weight. We found it tricky at first but we had some experts by the end of the lesson!
Can you remember how to write your age in Roman numerals?
As we are having a reading day in school today, I would like to share my favourite book with you… Matilda! This was my favourite book when I was a child and I still enjoy reading it now. Matilda loves books just as much as I do although unfortunately I don’t have any of her magical powers!
I am really looking forward to sharing this book with you during year 4 as this is one of our class novels!
What is your favourite book? Why do you enjoy it?
In our English lessons this week, our focus has been on poetry. We have been reading some poems by our class poet Roger McGough and we have found them very funny. We have also been reading Revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl who is our class author.
What poems have you enjoyed reading this week? Can you remember any features of poems?
Welcome back to school everyone! I have been very impressed with your first couple of days back, you are all looking very smart in your new uniforms too! We have got lots to look forward to in year 4 and I can’t wait to get stuck in with our learning. What are you most looking forward to about year 4?
What an amazing year we have had in Year 3!
Take a look back over some of our best bits…
At Oxford Grove we always try our best to show impeccable behaviour. We do this in lots of ways like following the classroom rules and impressing Mrs Moore on the playground. We make sure we line up sensibly and that there is a person space between each of us.
How do you make sure that your behaviour is impeccable in school and on the playground?
What rewards can you get for showing impeccable behaviour?