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Welcome to Owl Class!

 

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This is your class website page!

 

Here you will find information on what the children

 learning about in Owl class.

 

The most recent photographs are at the bottom of the page,

so do scroll down to see what we have been up to!

 

 

Owl Class Autumn Term Curriculum Leaflet

The first few days owl class!

Roald Dahl Dress up day - September 16th 2016

Roald Dahl Dress up day - September 16th 2016 1

We have been exploring how Incey Wincey Spider climbed up the water spout using real pipes and guttering!

We have had fun finding 8 sticks in the Outdoor Classroom to make our clay spiders!

Sparkly spiders' webs and decorated spiders!

Sparkly spiders' webs and decorated spiders! 1

We have had fun finding out who our buddies are from woodpecker class!

We have had fun finding out who our buddies are from woodpecker class! 1
We have had fun finding out who our buddies are from woodpecker class! 2
We were very pleased with the Christening cake we made at the end of Inter Faith Week!

Owl Class Spring Term Curriculum Leaflet

Making stick houses for the 3 little pigs...the wolf couldn't blow them down!

Making stick houses for the 3 little pigs...the wolf couldn't blow them down! 1
Making stick houses for the 3 little pigs...the wolf couldn't blow them down! 2

We were very lucky to have a visit from some baby lambs and a very old tortoise! Thank you to Millie and her family😊

We were very lucky with the weather for our Outdoor Classroom share session. A busy afternoon making Easter crosses, making happy mud faces and toasting hot cross buns on the fire. A great way to end the Spring term.

This term we have been finding out about transport and people who help us in our community through our  topic 'Bumper to Bumper'.

 

Owl Class Summer Term Curriculum Leaflet

Our visit to Burnham Fire Station

We had a visit from a policeman and he talked about his job and his uniform.

Amazing models...different types of transport!

Making cosy homes for mini beasts!

We had an interesting visit from the RNLI today. We learnt about the different flags you see near a beach and found out that we need to dial 999 for an emergency at sea.

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