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Tag Archives: books
We have had an amazing World Book Day! Well done to all of our children who have dressed up in such fantastic costumes, and well done to all of those parents and carers who have helped out! We hope you … Continue reading
Well done to all of our children, who took part in the Readathon challenge over the last few weeks! Everybody enjoyed reading lots of books and we raised £901 for the Readathon charity! Thank you so much to everybody who sponsored … Continue reading
On Monday we are starting to raise money for Readathon to provide books and authors for children who are in hospital. You need to read as many books as you can, whenever you can, wherever you can and ask your … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Oxford Grove has achieved Gold standard in the Liverpool Reading Quality Mark! Well done to all our staff who work so hard to promote reading for pleasure. Some quotes from our Liverpool Reading Quality Mark Assessment … Continue reading
Thank you for all the brilliant competition entries that I received to tell the school what you love about reading. The winners were: 1B – Michael 1F – Caitlyn 2L – Tia 2B – Eshal and Amelia 3K – Grace … Continue reading
Today we have enjoyed lots of activities about books! Our teachers have shared their favourite books with us – we all really enjoyed hearing about why they liked their books! Emma from Bolton Central Library came to visit Years 2 … Continue reading
Today, a poet came to visit us! His name is John Rice, and we had a whole school assembly with him. He read us loads of his poems, and we did lots of movement and actions! Check out our class … Continue reading