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Messy Play

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A fun, exciting, sensory exploration! Messy play is lots of fun and leads to lots of imaginative play and investigation. 

Roald Dahl 2017

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Dahlicious Dress Up Day, everyone @nightingale had a scrumdiddlyumptious day!

Reception new starters 2017

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Welcome to Nightingale Reception class and your new journey to learning.

End of Term indoor Picnic

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The whole school enjoyed an indoor picnic on the last day of term.

People Who Help Us

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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!

Sports Day

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Everyone is a Winner at Nightingale.  Thank you to all the Parents and Carers who came to cheer everyone on!

Nightingale Carnival

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Nightingale were looking at the history and culture of the Leeds West Indian Carnival. Everyone was Carnival Happy! 

Thanks to your help, we've been rated 'Good' by Ofsted!

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Thank you to all staff, students, parents and carers for helping make Nightingale a great place to be and learn.  In our first ever Ofsted inspection we've been rated 'Good' in all areas, this means we are providing for all our pupils' needs and preparing them well for the future.  "…

Fire Brigades visit to Reception

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Reception class children were extremely excited to meet the Firemen who shared with them some really important information and every child even got the chance to use the hose and climb onboard the Fire Engine.  A huge thank you to West Yorkshire Fire Brigade, you made the children’s day!

Going for Gold

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Today, 18th May 2017, those who had achieved Gold were treated to a snack and opportunity to play games

Red Nose Day 24th March 2017

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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

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Going for Gold! When the children get 5 gold awards they are recognised for their achievements with a tea party and games. 

Goldilocks and The Three Bears

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Northern Ballet brought this classic children’s story to life, Goldilocks & the Three Bears which was the perfect opportunity for families to enjoy live ballet, music and theatre for the first time.

Christmas Performance

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Reception Class Christmas performance will be held on Tuesday  6th December at 2pm and  Wednesday 7th December at 9:30am Year 1 Christmas Performance is Thursday 8th December at 9:30am Year 2 & 3 Christmas performance is Tuesday 13th December at 9.30am **Tickets are limited for each performance please return your order…

End of Term Dressing Up Day in Reception

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Year 2 had a great time dressing up as Super Heroes earlier in the week, so to mark the last day of term Reception held their own dress-up day. The children and staff made such an effort.  Spider Man, Snow White, an ancient Egyptian, transformers and more were all spotted in…

What's on in Leeds this October half term?

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Science Workshop at Thwaite Mills  Thurs 27 Oct,1pm-3pm Can fruit power a light? What about vegetables, join us for some fun-filled experiments to find out! Learn how to make simple electric circuits without using batteries! Produce electricity using an array of different fruit and vegetables. Free drop in session Temple Newsam –…

Superheroes Invade Nightingale This Week

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To round off an excellent topic around Super Heroes children came to school dressed as their favourite super hero, for a super hero lunch and a big surprise. The classrooms and corridors have been filled with Batmen, Wonderwomen, Captain Americas, Hulks and everything in between! After a creative morning making and…

Year 2 Visit Thackray Medical Museum

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Year 2 have been at the Thackray medical museum this week, learning all about Florence Nightingale. Children were able to wonder around the museum learning lots about the history of medicine and hospitals followed by a Florence Nightingale workshop. Children showed some super knowledge of Florence Nightingale, which we knew about…

National Children's Food Festival 2016

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The National Children’s Food Festival is a celebration that happens every year to teach children about many different things including where food comes from, how food is grown and prepared. During the week our Reception children focused on Alison Bartlett and Vivian Frenchs’ book Oliver’s Vegetables. The book follows the story…

The Human Body in Science With Year 1

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Year 1 have been learning all about the human body this week. In science today we have been focusing on the human body. We cut out our own little humans and used excellent reading skills to label the body with words – doing some very careful cutting and sticking. When we…