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Welcome to Owl Class!


Class: Owl

Year group: Reception

Teachers: Mrs Vaughan

PPA teacher: Mrs Sneddon

Number of children in the class: 27

(PPA is time for teachers to plan, prepare and assess)


Owl Class is made up of 27 Foundation Stage children who are always enthusiastic and come into school each day excited and ready to learn.

Mrs. Vaughan is our teacher and Mrs. Reevell is our teaching assistant. 

Owl Class works very closely with Squirrel Class.


Here you will find information about what we get up to and what we are learning.



Our P.E. days this term are Tuesday and Wednesday. Please can each child come into school wearing their P.E. kits on these days. 









Our Class Charter linked to the Rights of a Child

Our Reading Scrapbook


Our Class Owl is called Otto, and he loves books.

Each weekend he goes home with one of the children. He enjoys going out and doing fun things with them, but his favourite thing is to share stories with them.

Each child completes a review of their favourite book, and then shares it with the class when they bring the scrapbook back into school.

Our Outdoor Space

We are very excited about all the recent developments in our outdoor area. 

We are all looking forward to being able to using this space to take our learning outside.

Learning in Owl Class


Pupils in Owl Class follow the EYFS curriculum and its seven areas of learning:


The Prime Areas

  • Personal, Social and Emotional development
  • Communication and Language
  • Physical Development


The Specific Areas

  • Literacy 
  • Maths
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Arts and Design


These areas of learning are all underpinned by the Characteristics of Effective Learning. In Owl Class we work together to develop these characteristics; Playing and Learning, Active Learning and Thinking Critically so that pupils gain the skills that they will draw on as they move into Year 1 and beyond.  


Within our EYFS Curriculum, pupils are assessed continuously through observations of their development using Evidence Me. This provides us with information for future planning and highlights next steps for individual pupil’s learning. This helps us to ensure that all pupils make outstanding progress within the EYFS.


Expectations for children in Reception by the end of the year.



Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites!

Privacy notice for the Reception baseline assessment.