Welcome to Snowy Owls.  The children in Nursery and Reception are taught by Mrs Tebay on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and by Mrs Elliott on a Thursday and a Friday.  The teachers are supported by MrsNowak on Monday, Tuesday  mornings and Thursday afternoons, and  by Mrs Swift on Monday,and Tuesday afternoons , all day Wednesday and Friday, and Thursday morning..  Mrs Hodgson also teaches in the class on a Monday and a Friday 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 30  funded hours.  Nursery aged children can stay for lunch and can also do full days if required.


We  have been reading Supertato as part of our topic on Superheroes.


The Evil Pea taped Woody to the board.


Elsa was trapped in the sink by Evil Pea.


Mr Potato Head was stuck to the train track!


We had to save all the toys!

What will Evil Pea do next?

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Friendship Day

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Christmas with the Aliens

Nursey, Reception and Years 1 and 2 have had great fun rehearsing their nativity story for this year – Christmas Read More…


We  have been reading Supertato as part of our topic on Superheroes. The Evil Pea taped Woody to the board. Read More…

European Day of Languages

Today we celebrated European Day of Languages. The children took part in a carousel of activities in their houses to Read More…

Playing outside

The new Reception and Nursery children have been enjoying the sunshine in our outdoor area. Making a special muddy potion! Read More…

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