You are viewing all posts
Don’t miss Northern Ballet’s hugely popular Ugly Duckling – a ballet for children, at Nightingale Primary Academy on Saturday 16th December. Based on the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairytale, Ugly Duckling tells the story of a lonely duckling who doesn’t quite fit in with her friends. Throughout the ballet, the duckling…
As winter approaches and brings cold and icy weather we all need to be extra careful when travelling to and from school. The darker mornings and afternoons mean that we can't see as well sometimes and this can be dangerous. It is up to everyone to be safe and sensible on…
Thank you to all the parents, carers and governors who attended our parents evening. Angela made some delicious samples for everyone to try. Nightingale school dinners are healthy, nutritonal and delicious!
Inspired by the Enormous Turnip Story Reception class invited parents into school to help them make soup.Thank you to everyone who could make it, the soup was delicous!
Is your child due to start Reception Class in September 2018? The Compton Centre are holding 4 Drop-In Sessions in the Main Library on the dates below: if you need help with your on-line application you can attend one of these sessions and someone will be available to help you with…
Bronze Age food pots introduced by the Bell-Beaker people are squat jars often with decorated bevelled rims and decoration over the body on the exterior from the rim to the base. Decoration consists of circling lines of twisted cord and tooth combed impressions. Year 4 did an amazing job of recreating their…
Nightingale joined the other primary academies for the Co-op Academies Trust bi-annual conference at Elland Road Conference Centre. The aim of the training day was to ensure all staff are aware of approaches to encourage and support the positive well-being for all pupils and staff.
Giuseppe Arcimboldo was an Italian painter best known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish, and books. Year 1 were inspired to make their own self portraits made from fruit, vegetables and Autumn leaves.
Arla Foods brought a huge inflatable classroom to Nightingale. Throughout the day the children visited the classroom to learn all about where milk comes from, how it is processed and why it is good for you.
The Co-op, has always supported the UK farming industry and promoted British food. Recently pupils at Nightingale have shown a big interest in where their food comes from, the importance of animal welfare, the environment and fairness in the supply chain.
A fun, exciting, sensory exploration! Messy play is lots of fun and leads to lots of imaginative play and investigation.
Dahlicious Dress Up Day, everyone @nightingale had a scrumdiddlyumptious day!
Welcome to Nightingale Reception class and your new journey to learning.
The whole school enjoyed an indoor picnic on the last day of term.
West Yorkshire Police visited Reception class as part of their People who help us topic. It was lots of fun dressing up as a police officer!
Everyone is a Winner at Nightingale. Thank you to all the Parents and Carers who came to cheer everyone on!
Nightingale were looking at the history and culture of the Leeds West Indian Carnival. Everyone was Carnival Happy!
Today, 18th May 2017, those who had achieved Gold were treated to a snack and opportunity to play games
Red Nose Day is 'wear it red' at Nightingale. Children are telling their favourite jokes and the one with the most laughs will get a prize. We hope they are funnier than Mrs Zielinski's jokes!
Going for Gold! When the children get 5 gold awards they are recognised for their achievements with a tea party and games.