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!


Must Reads KS1 master copy

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.



Proud to present penguins!

Article 28: Right to a good education. Nightingales are proud to present their class display all about penguins. We found out lots of penguin facts to help us write fact files. We really enjoyed this topic.

Clockwise or anti-clockwise?

Today Year 2 have been learning about position and direction. They have been using language such as clockwise, anti-clockwise, half turn and quarter turn to solve puzzles and play games. If you need directions ask a Year 2!   Article 28: You have the right to a...

Nightingales had everything crossed!

We couldn't decide if we were doing art, a science investigation or a maths calculation when we did colour mixing. We wanted to mix our own paint to make the colour brown so that we could use it to print stone colours on our 3-D castles we are going to make in...

Nightingales in training to become knights!

Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. Nightingales had a visitor called Doctor Jo. She was an expert in all things historical. We are learning about the Battle of Hastings this term and she had lots of fascinating facts. We found out that when a...

KS1 Christmas Party!

KS1 celebrated Christmas with a fabulous party this afternoon. We played Pass the Parcel, Christmas Corners and Statues. There was lots of excitement when Santa arrived with lots of presents! Article 31: You have the right to play and rest....

‘There’s a chill around my chin!’

Article 28: You have the right to a good education In science we linked our investigation to one of the songs from our Key Stage 1 Christmas performance. The children had to think if the temperature changes during the day in winter. We used a thermometer to track the...

Windy Nook Primary School presents: Jack and the Beansprout

Our very talented Year 6 children along with some children from Years 3, 4 and 5 (choir) would like to proudly present: Jack and the Beansprout. Our annual school pantomime is open to all parents of our school community. Please call into reception for further...

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,...

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