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Welcome to Owl Class!

Mrs Healy teaches Owls Class throughout the week.

Mrs Fitch and Mrs Gerry support Owl class.


Our School Day

Start of School Day 8.55am

Morning Break 10.45am

Lunch 12 Noon

Start of Afternoon Session 1.15pm

End of School Day 3.15pm

Day Time Assemblies
Monday 10.30am Worship Assembly
Tuesday 10.30am Singing Assembly
Wednesday 10.30am Story Assembly
Thursday 10.30am KS1 Assembly in Owl Class
Friday 9.05am Celebration Assembly

Owl Class Rules

Take a look below at what we have been doing in Owl class

Theatre Royal Trip

Pancake Day in Owl Class

Mrs Fitch helped us all make pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.

World Book Day

We had a wonderful day dressing up as our favourite book characters!


Pupils in Owl Class have been learning all about different forms of transport. They have been studying hot air balloons. The children drew their own hot air balloon and coloured it in and stuck it onto a colourful background which they produced during an art lesson.


In Maths we use lots of different types of manipulatives (resources) to help the children achieve the answer to the questions they have been asked.

Keeping Healthy

In Year 2 we have been learning about keeping healthy, the importance of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food and hygiene. The children made wraps for a healthy packed lunch. We used red, orange and green peppers, cucumber, ice berg lettuce, feta and mozzarella. The children also made snack sacks containing carrot sticks, cucumber and sugar snap peas.


Art and Science

We painted pictures of ourselves in an Art lesson and in Science we looked at the different parts of the body. We then labelled our bodies. Don’t we look Good!


Geographical Skills

Geographical Skills that Key Stage 1 pupils are required to learn include:

  • Using simple compass directions (North, South, East and West) with locational and directional language to describe the location of features and routes on a map.

It all sounded very difficult, but not for Owl class who produced their own maps for the Bee Bots to use during fun and interactive learning.

Regular cirlce times are held to give the children the chance to give their ideas for making Bildeston Primary School a better place. These ideas are then taken to the school council meetings by the representatives from each class where they are discussed with the Headteacher.
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