Nightingales (Y2)

Mrs Ferry

 

Welcome to Nightingales

Welcome to Nightingales

Our teacher is Mrs Ferry!

In Year 2 we work hard, always do our best and remember to have some fun!

Resources:

Must Reads KS1 master copy

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/2/Year-2

https://ttrockstars.com/login

Important information:

Homework will be given out on Thursday and returned the following Monday (Maths and Grammar & Punctuation).

Spellings are given out on Monday and expected to be practised regularly during the week.

Reading books are changed by the child with guidance from teaching staff. Each child is expected to read regularly at home (at least 3 times per week).

P.E. is on Friday and each child is expected to have a full kit with their name clearly labelled.

Any money sent into school needs to be in a sealed envelope with the child’s name clearly labelled and  what the money is for.

 

Nightingales

RNLI Workshop for KS1

Today, KS1 took part in a workshop held by the RNLI. It was a very informative session and got the children moving first thing this morning. They had a fantastic time and now know the job of the RNLI and what to do in a water emergency! Take a look at them dressed up...

Celebrating a 100 years of WWI ending

To celebrate the 100th year anniversary of WWI ending the whole school came together to remember. Each child was asked to bring in a plastic pop bottle so the base could be cut off and decorated with red paint to create a poppy. The whole school from nursery to year 6...

The Greatest Show comes to Year 2!

Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education As part of Anti-Bullying Week Year 2 took part in a drama workshop. The theme was  based on the film 'The Greatest Showman'. The children took on the roles of strong men, tightrope walkers, clowns and ring...

Vertices, faces and edges..

Year 2 have been full of shape vocabulary this week as they built their own 3D shape from straws and blu tack. They had to work out which shape to build with the straws they had been given. Then they had to decide which face they would build first. It was a tricky...

Nightingales shoebox gift

As part of our P.S.H.E. curriculum, and to link into the Christmas Shoebox Appeal, Nightingales have planned and made their own class shoebox to send to needy children in another country. Lots of children brought in warm hat or gloves, notebooks, pens, toothpaste,...

Creating 3D Snowman Shapes in Year 2

  Year 2 have been learning about 3D shapes. Today the children were given a net that they had to make into a 3D shape. It was very tricky and took a lot of patience but look at the results! Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. You should...

Betty O’Barley & Harry O’Hay

Article 28: You have the right to a good education. In Year 2 we are using the brilliant book 'The Scarecrow's Wedding' by Julia Donaldson to think about character personalities and emotions. We hot seated Betty O'Barley to find out how she felt when her true love,...

Hot Seat Betty!

We have been reading the Scarecrow's wedding by Julia Donaldson. Today we were thinking about how poor Betty felt when Harry disappeared just before their wedding! The children thought of words like anxious, devastated, apprehensive and furious! Heidi became Betty...

Times Tables Fun!

Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. We have had lots of times tables fun in Year 2 today. We were set times tables challenges to help us learn in a fun way. We played 'doubles bingo' (and there was a prize!), we were active and jumped up and...

Sharing Smarties

Today Year 2 have been looking art ways to share smarties and write division calculations. We have been sharing 6, 8 and 12 smarties in different ways. Then of course we had to eat them! Yum yum! Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. You should...

Searching for signs of Autumn…

Year 2 have been outside looking for signs that Autumn is here. We were amazed by what we found! We stumbled across conkers, fir cones and piles of leaves. The children thought of lots of adjectives to describe our findings such as, shiny, smooth, crimson, crunchy,...

What’s it like to be a grandad?

As part of our topic in KS1, 'Me and My Family', the children have been thinking about different roles within the family. We had a visitor in school who is part of our school community and is a grandad to four of our pupils. The children had prepared questions to...

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