Nateby Primary School

Class 2

Class 2 are taught by Mrs Smith every day except Monday mornings when it is her Preparation time. Mrs Vardey (headteacher) teaches Art/ DT then.


World Book Day 

Class 2 had a fantastic day in their fancy dress. They looked a Roald Dahl stories and then made full use of our free bookswap!

Autumn Poetry

The children in Class Two have been working hard to create their own Autumn poems. They were very excited to perform them to their parents and grandparents! We thoroughly enjoyed listening to them perform their poems.

Humblescough Farm Visit

We had a great day at Humblescough Farm. The children worked brilliantly together to make a den that would keep them dry if it was to rain. We played games, made creatures from clay and went bug hunting. Of course there was a camp fire with marshmallows too!! What a great way to start the school year!!

Ribchester Museum

We have been learning about the Romans, so what better way to find about local history than to visit Ribchester Museum. The children got to handle Roman artefacts and dress up in Roman Armour. The chain mail was VERY heavy! We looked round the museum and got to see ruins from what would have been the granary in the Roman Fort and also the Roman baths. We all had a very enjoyable day!!

The Judges Lodgings

The children enjoyed their visit to The Judges Lodgings where they learnt about being at school in the Victorian era. They were also fascinated to learn about Victorian toys. and the clothes Victorian children wore.

Anglo-Saxon Villages

After learning about Anglo-Saxon settlements, the children made their own Anglo-Saxon villages making sure that they were located by a source of water and wood.

Class 2 Meet The Fire Service!


We had a twist on our World Book Day here at Nateby. We went for a ‘Book in a box or bag’. The children did a fabulous job creating their ‘book in a bag’. Can you guess which books they are? 

Bradshaws Farm Shop Visit

The children really enjoyed their visit to Bradshaws Farm Shop. They loved discovering which fruits and vegetables were ‘in season’. They asked Mr Bradshaw lots of questions about where the produce had come from. A big thank you to Mr Bradshaw and the staff for their patience when answering! The children were amazed to discover that some fruit and  vegetables had travelled from the other side of the world! 

Easter at Nateby

Class 2 had the important task of leading our Easter celebrations this year… and they did it in style!