Welcome to Owls! On our room page, you can find key information about this room, such as the room’s team, information about your child’s key person, and more.

We believe every child is unique and special, and we are committed to providing a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment where your child can learn, grow and thrive.

We are excited to share news from our room with you on this page. You can find updates on our latest activities, events, and projects. We hope that you will find this page informative and engaging.

Thank you for choosing Hartcliffe Nursery School. We look forward to getting to know you and your child in Owls.

Classes for 2-Year-Olds

There are two classes for 2-year-olds; Owls and Hedgehogs.

Children can access their Free Early Education Entitlement places at either the beginning or the end of the week as follows.


Beginning of the week session times:
Monday: 8:30am - 2:30pm
Tuesday: 8:30am - 2:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 11:30am
Term time only

End of the week session times:
Wednesday 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 2:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 2:30pm
Term time only


Morning Session times:
Monday - Friday 8:15am - 11:15am
Term time only

Afternoon Session times:
Monday - Friday 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Term time only

Did You Know?...

Owls are mostly nocturnal and can fly silently, thanks to their soft and fringed feathers that reduce turbulence and noise. They also have excellent vision and hearing, and can rotate their heads up to 270 degrees.

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News and Updates from Owls

Owls Update – November 2023

Owls Update – November 2023

During our first term in Owls, we've all been getting each other (children and parents), as all children were new this term. We have been focusing on ensuring the children feel safe, secure and able to explore the activities whilst also getting used to our routine and...

Owls Update – June 2023

Owls Update – June 2023

In Owls Room, we love to learn and play together, and we want to share some of our recent exciting activities with you! Swinging Fun One of the things we have enjoyed this month is working out how to use our bodies differently on the swing for the different swings...

Owls Update – March 2023

Owls Update – March 2023

Sensory activities are a great way to stimulate children's curiosity, creativity and learning. They involve exploring different textures, colours, shapes, sounds and smells using a variety of materials and objects. Sensory activities can help children develop their...

Owls (2 year-olds) Room Team



Early Years Practitioner SEND



Early Years Practitioner



Early Years Practitioner



SEN Support Worker



Team Leader

Key Information



Your Key Person

Your child will have a special person to link with when they come to nursery called a key person.

This member of staff will work very closely with you and your child to make sure your child settles well and that we meet their needs.

They will plan carefully for your child’s development and learning and will communicate with you as much as possible.

A lovely learning diary will be made for you and your child to look at regularly and which you will be invited to contribute to with photos, pictures and comments.

We will invite you to come and share this diary at least 3 times a year.

What to Bring

We do lots of messy things at nursery so please don’t send your child in their best clothes!

We do use aprons wherever possible and you can buy centre sweatshirts and polo shirts from us.

  • A spare set of clothes in a bag for your child to be changed into in case of an accident is very helpful and also nappies and wipes as needed.
  • Shoes that are comfortable and that your child can run and jump around in are important.
  • On hot days, please bring a sun hat and put sun lotion on before your child comes to nursery.

Please don’t bring your child to nursery if:

  • They are unwell with a cold, infection or bug
  • They have been physically sick or had diarrhoea (they must stay home at least 48 hours after the last occurrence).

Please ring us if your child is ill so we can note it down in our records.

We will phone you if your child becomes unwell during the nursery session and ask you or the person you have given as an emergency contact to collect as soon as possible.


Please tell us about any prescribed medicines, drugs, health, diet or allergies that your child may have.

We can only give medicines to children if they are prescribed.

Trips and Visits Out of Nursery

We aim to offer the children the opportunity to visit interesting places in the local area throughout the year and especially when the weather is better in Spring and Summer.

We will ask you to accompany on these visits as it really helps us but also supports you and your children learning together.

Meals and Snacks

All children will have a snack time with their key person where they will be offered fruit and milk or water.

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