All children at Oakwood strive to produce work that they are proud of. Each week we celebrate a particular piece of work and display it in our dining hall for everyone to admire!
Well done to the writers of Work of the Week this term! James wrote about his holiday using a capital letter, finger spaces and full stop. Lizzie wrote about how flowers grow, using phase 2 and phase 3 sounds, finger spaces and full stops. Sophia wrote a diary entry describing the moon landing and how Neil Armstrong might have felt about it. Humayra used evidence from the text and gave her own reasons to try to persuade the bus driver to let Pigeon drive. Jacob used a range of adjectives to describe the character, appearance and emotions of Pigeon. Alex has expanded his nouns using 2A sentences (using two interesting adjectives). Harry wrote an entertaining story and used a rhetorical question to make the ending powerful.