Nightingales (Y2)

Mrs Ferry

Welcome to Nightingales

Our class teacher is Mrs Ferry.

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999, What’s your emergency?

Nightingales have had 3 visitors in today to help to keep us safe. The visitors were from the North East Ambulance Service and they played interactive games with the children to help them to decide in which situations they might need to dial 999. They also tole the...

Perfect Partitioning

Year 2 have been partitioning numbers in different ways. We know that 30 + 7 = 20 + 17 = 10 + 7....

Yum yum Jam Sandwiches!

First, next, then, finally… Year 2 have been sequencing instructions to make a jam sandwich for Mr Bear. (it’s a good thing that Mr Bear likes extra butter!)...

Everybody has a body!

In science Nightingales are finding out about their body and what amazing things go on inside. We drew round 1 person in our group and had to label as many body parts as we could think of. It was a really fun science lesson....

Why did Nightingales bake bread?

We baked bread because we are learning about the Great Fire of London. In our first history lesson for this topic we have already found out that the in Thomas Farriner’s bakery in Pudding Lane. Thomas Farriner was the king’s baker! We cannot wait to find...

Order Order!

Year 2 have been busy ordering numbers today. They can solve word problems with their place value knowledge....

Fun Day in KS1!

A full day of scooters, dancing, crafting and eating ice-creams. Who could ask for more?!...

Music Madness!

There were some great moves as the children (and staff) strutted their stuff at the summer festival organised by Y6 pupils. The children ‘got down’ to some classic sixties and seventies music. We all had a groovy time and the sun came out too!...

Peace and Love in Year 2

Year 2 are having a fantastic morning doing flower power themed activities. Year 6 have been decorating them with face paint pictures and they have even been dressing up for the photo booth!...

KS1 Sports Day

Today we had Key Stage one sports day on the top field. The children worked in teams and completed 10 activities. Some of our Year 6 children took charge of the teams and we had lots of fun. The winning team was orange so a big well done to them. Thank you to everyone...

My neighbour and me- connecting our communities

Windy Nook is taking part in the ‘My neighbour and me- connecting our communities’ project as part of our International School Award. The aim of this initiative is to share information about our school and community with another school in the local area....

Transition Week in Snowdrops

Year 2 and 3 have had a great week meeting their new class in Snowdrops. They’ve been learning all about Road Dahl, their class author, and have produced some great biographies about him. They’ve also worked on data handling, collecting data about his...

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