Where, when, or what happens – helps us know more about the verb, the action in the sentence.

The moon saw the egg.

  • If I add an adverbial it makes the sentence more interesting and detailed,

The nosey moon noticed the tiny white egg hanging under the oak leaf.

The moon kept it light.

The sun warmed the egg.

The egg hatched.

Drama – our EMOTICONS!

We created some Emoticons in Literacy today!

An Emoticon is a pictorial representation of a facial expression using punctuation marks, numbers and letters, usually written to express a person’s feelings or mood. Like these examples  🙂     🙁         😮       😉

Can you work out what feelings or emotions our photoemoticons are representing?





So in Maths you are looking at what the bits of a number mean – do you know what we call each number in a number? It begins with D …. can you tell me?

My favourite number is 4 … So what does the 4 represent in these 3 big numbers

2431             7341                   4100

What about odd and even? Which are odd and which are even?

43                   64                       103                          222

What does being even actually mean?

Mr Crabby

the magic finger

julia’s review of: the magic finger
Author: Roald Dahl
Genre: Fiction

it is about a girl that when she put’s her magic finger up at some body something happens when i was reading it i was enjoing it it was a little bit funny and it was a little bit normal but i still enjoided it , when all of the magic came out of the finger it looked funny i really really like that book i will give 10/10 thank you for listening to my book review thank you


Tulin’s review of: matilda
Author: Roald Dahl
Genre: Fiction

Matilda is a book that a bout one girl that has a hard life because her mum and dad are very rude because he never let her read a book when she is eating because he says that books are terrible. The father said that you have to say the words out loud and it is better to just hear the words without saying them. Matilda was not very happy she had to watch telly. She wanted to read a book she got board of the telly. It was bed time so she had to go to the bed and then the next day she went over to her friends’ neighbors house and she asked that can I borrow your parrot to trick my parents.

Horrid Henry

Ishaan’s review of: Horrid Henry
Author: Francesca Simon
Genre: Non-Fiction

It starts normal and then the horrid boy starts to get annoying and he calls names to his little brother and in one of the movies his little brother went of and be naughty and I pretty like the book so so so much but sometimes I read some of my other favourite book some other are more popular then horrid Henry so I don’t read it all the time and I can say to that this is kinda popular this book The End!

Anansi and the turtle

Cherrelle’s review of: Anansi and the turtle
Author: group of people Ashanti’s
Genre: Fiction

Anansi is a very cheeky and sly spider. But I enjoyed it alot so I’ll give you a hint of what it is all about,maybe not what it’s all about. Anansi has dinner with the turtle but Anansi tricks the turtle and eats all the food. Anansi is taught a lesson .What goes around comes around. Thank you for listening to my book review!

Hi Beechies!

Hello Year 3 – welcome to Key Stage 2

I really hope that you have had a great first few days with Miss Drummond, Mrs Coelho and Mrs Hanson-Mayne.

Well this is your blog and we know you are all going to become excellent bloggers! I know that some of you are pretty excited about blogging from all the questions I get asked every morning in the playground.

The whole world is out there waiting to read what you put on here, so make it really great!

Adverbs or Not

Today Cherelle, Faizan H, Lily, Admiah, Oskar worked on a list of words and decided which were adverbs and which were not.

Adverbs – angrily, friendly, cruelly,

Not an adverb – the, never, bully, well, ugly, lonely

Some like lonely and never were quite tricky but Admiah worked out it was an adjective!

Comment if you can tell Beechy what is the difference between an adverb and an adjective.


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