Welcome to Snowy Owls.  The children in Nursery and Reception are taught by Mrs Pearse on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and by Mrs Stanway on a Thursday and a Friday.  The teachers are supported by Mrs Taylor on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and  by Mrs Swift on Thursday and Friday.  Mrs Hodgson also works in the class on a Monday and a Friday afternoon.  We do a PE session on a Tuesday afternoon and have a Forest School session every other Thursday afternoon.

We are lucky to have a huge classroom which is split into different areas like role play, creative and sand and water.  We also have a separate smaller Nursery room and a large outdoor area.  We love to read different stories and base our morning work on them eg Elmer, The Gruffalo and The Rainbow Fish.  Come and visit our class and see what we have been doing.

We accept Nursery pupils from the term after their 3rd birthday and offer the 15 free funded hours.  Nursery aged children can stay for lunch and can also do full days if required.

What We Have Been Doing

Our recent blog posts

Science Week – Friday

This was our last day of Science Week – it was our Fitness day. Tawny Owls, Barn Owls and Eagle Owls took part in some fitness circuits to learn and discover the effects of exercise on our bodies. Tawny Owls are  continuing to exercise over the next few weeks to Read More…

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Science week – Thursday

On Thursday it was First Aid day.  We were very lucky to have Grange First Responders and  two Emergency Medical Technicians from North West Ambulance Service who came and taught us about first aid and brought their ambulance for us to have a look around.  Each group were taught basic  first Read More…

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Science Week – Wednesday

This was our whole school biology day. We worked in year groups to find out more about our bodies and how they worked. In Reception they learned about the skeleton, how it is important to support our muscles and other organs and what would happen if we didn’t have one! Read More…

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