Nightingales (Y2)

Mrs Ferry

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Our class teacher is Mrs Ferry.

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Nightingales

Mrs Wobble visits Windy Nook!

It is author week at Windy Nook. In Key Stage 1 we are looking at the books of Janet and Allan Ahlberg. In Nightingales we hot-seated some children in the role of Mrs Wobble the waitress and also looked at the classic sketch with Julie Walters '2 Soups'. It was great...

Happy Birthday To You!

Happy Birthday to you Queen Elizabeth. We have had a fantastic day celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday. We all made crowns and commemorative plates. To round the day off the whole school went onto the yard for a ‘street party’. We had jam sandwiches, cakes, juice...

Nightingales Down on the Farm

We visited Whitehouse Farm in Northumberland as part of our geography topic about farming. We had a great day. There were LOTS of animals; we fed lambs, goats, donkeys and saw the cutest rabbits. We even held an enormous millipede and a tarantula! The tractor ride was...

Nightingale Ninjas!

Destination Judo have worked with Nightingales on a judo taster session. The class loved learning some of the moves and lots of them are interested to go along to judo classes in Gateshead.

Nightingales make sweet music.

This term our music lessons have a cross-curricular link with our geography topic ‘Down on the Farm’. We have been using percussion instruments to make the farm animal sounds to accompany the well known tune ‘Old McDonald had a Farm’. It was great fun as you can see...

Eggcellent Easter maths

We had great fun solving the calculations to crack the code on our Easter maths hunt. Thank you to everyone who supported us and helped to solve those tricky problems. It certainly was a brain work...

Mmmm Pancakes!

In RE, Nightingales have been finding out about Shrove Tuesday. This of course meant we had to try some pancakes with a variety of toppings. We talked about what we would give up for Lent. Chocolate was of course popular and so were crisps and sweets. Some did say...

G’day Mate!

We celebrated Australia Day in Nightingales as part of our 'Down Under' topic. We made Australian flags, sang 'Waltzing Matilda, danced to The Wiggles and ate and made lamington cakes. We all had a bonzer...

Ho ho ho! It’s party time!

We had a great time at our Key Stage 1 Christmas party. We played games, danced and ate party food. That is not all a very important, and busy, visitor came to see us. Santa! He asked us our name, if we had been good (which we obviously have - phew!) and asked what we...

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