Year 2 - Florence NightingaleMrs Lawson and Mrs Coates
Our class teachers are Mrs Lawson and Mrs Coates and we also have Mrs Scott working with us each morning. Our class is named after our hero, Florence Nightingale.
There are 24 children in our class. We are all working really hard and trying our best to make our teachers smile everyday.
Class FN had a wonderful time investiagating the weight of items from Mrs Lawson's cupboards. They used scales to weigh parcels, ordered items from the lightest to heaviest, found the weight of items on their packaging, and predicted which items weighed more than or...read more
Class FN had a problem to solve and as always they worked so hard to find the answer! They had to use polydron to investigate which shapes were actually nets of cubes. The children had lots of fun and solved the...read more
During Book Week Class FN learned about traditional tales. They read and watched an animation of Little Red Riding Hood. The children looked at the characters in the story and thought about words to describe their appearance and personality. Later in the week they got...read more
During safety week, FN learned about keeping safe around school. We went on a walk and identified possible dangers and then thought of ways to keep safe. We used all our ideas to create safety posters. Mrs Lawson, Mrs Coates and Mrs Scott are very impressed by how...read more
Class FN have been looking at a map of the United Kingdom in an atlas. We looked at the UK on a world map and the children were shocked at how small it is! The children have worked hard and now know the four countries that make up the UK. Why not ask them? They also...read more
In literacy, Class FN have been learning all about instructions. We had lots of fun following instructions ‘How to make a hat.’ After lots of careful reading all the children made their own hat. All the class agreed that the pictures really helped them! Ask...read more
In science, we have been learning about the different parts of plants. We decided to spend a lesson at the HOP garden and investigate plant parts while doing some useful weeding...read more
As part of our topic on day and night animals, we spent a wonderful day in the sun at Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens. We saw all kinds of creatures and learned about how they are well adapted to where they live. Our whole class on the carved log. This peacock was...read more
Our new topic has started! FN are brimming with ideas and enthusiasm about day and night animals. Fancy words like 'nocturnal' and 'camouflage' are flying all over the place. We're all really looking forward to our trip to Kirkley Hall!read more