Nightingales (Y2)

Mrs Ferry

Welcome to Nightingales

Our class teacher is Mrs Ferry.

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Nightingales

Hauntingly good fun at the Halloween Disco!

At the Halloween Disco there was lots of creative costumes, daring dancing, fun food and perfect party games. Everyone had a great time and I particularly enjoyed the team game of wrapping up a Mummy!...

Spooky Goings on at the Nook!

Vampires, witches, cats and other spooky characters took over Windy Nook Primary school hall for party games and dancing tonight. The question is... what did they do with the...

It’s official Nightingales are healthy.

Nurse Tania came into our class to tell us all about her job and what it's like to work at the RVI hospital in Newcastle. She works on the children's ward. She said she loved playing with the poorly children to help them feel better and get well more quickly. She took...

Year 1/2 Soccer Skills

A group of children attended a soccer skills session at Thomas Hepburn.  The children worked around 7 football based activities that tested their ability in balanced, control and accuracy.  The children had an amazing time and set a great example to...

‘What big teeth you have!’

Two nurses came into school to talk to the children about dental health. This was a good opportunity for the children to ask questions and learn more about taking care of their teeth. It also fitted in very well with our science topic 'Our Body'. The children could...

The Great Fire of London KS1 Workshop

KS1 have had a fantastic morning creating model houses for their Great Fire of London display. Mams, dads, grandparents, aunties and uncles all packed into the classrooms to get creative with just a cereal box and coloured paper. The results were amazing!...

Peace at Last – by Year 2

Year 2 have been writing their own versions of the story Peace at Last by Jill Murphy. We created a plan first using time connectives, adjectives, adverbs and lots of new ideas. Today we wrote our stories and shared them with each...

Guten tag from Nightingales

We found out about Germany as part of our day of European languages. Everyone in Nightingales came to school dressed in red, yellow and black, the colours of the German flag. We sang songs in the hall and we tasted German food - pretzels, salami and gingerbread. I...

Eurovision at Windy Nook Primary School

Today the whole school celebrated the European Day of Languages which was a great success as we all improved our understanding of different cultures and languages while having good fun! Each phase studied a different European country and learnt a song in a different...

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...

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