Corvus Education Trust

Owl Class

Owl class is a mixed age class with Foundation Stage and Years 1 and 2. They are taught by Mrs Turk. The children are supported by our Teaching Assistants, Mrs Woodcock, Miss Neave and Mrs Hornsby. All lesson plans are differentiated according to the ability of the children and fun is at the heart of our learning.

Our Reception pupils learn through play both indoors and outdoors and are well equipped to move on to Year 1 where more formalised learning takes place.  Through that learning journey, play and having fun whilst learning remains important to us.  We have a highly structured, personal, social, health and emotional curriculum.  We learn to take care of each other and of our environment.

The spacious indoor environment has a stimulating teaching area for focused whole class teaching, group work and individual learning. There is also a well resourced indoor activity area for planned activities and exploration.

Outside we have an extensive, enclosed learning environment where the children are encouraged to learn and explore using environmental stimulus. We provide the children with outdoor clothing and boots so that they can enjoy the outdoors in all weather. There is also a dedicated space for riding bikes and scooters.

Curriculum Overview

Spring Term 2020

Reception Overview Spring 1 2020

Year 1 Overview Spring 1 2020

Year 2 Overview Spring 1 2020

Autumn Term 2019

Reception Autumn 2 Overview 2019 

Owl Year 1 Overview Autumn 2 2019

Owl Year 2 Overview Autumn 2 2019


Owl Reception Autumn 1  Overview 2019

Owl Year 1 Autumn 1 Overview 2019

Owl Year 2 Autumn 1 Overview 2019

Parent Information

Owl Class Parent Information 2019-2020 – Spring Update

Owl Class Parent Information 2019-2020

Early Years Foundation Stage

To learn more about the Early Years Foundations Stage curriculum, please click on the link below;

Early years foundation stage curriculum

End of Year Expectations

Year R end of year expectations

Year 1 end of year expectations

Year 2 end of year expectations