Stonebroom Primary And Nursery School

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Our Curriculum

In the Early Years we follow the Development Matters Curriculum 2021. Please find below our Long Term plan for the year commencing September 2021. The plan outlines the topics we will be covering throughout the year and shows some of the areas we will be focusing on. We have three Prime areas, which we focus on Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language and Physical Development, throughout the year but particularly in the first term to help our children settle and feel confident and happy to be at nursery.

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Summer 1 - Is there a monster under my bed?

This term we will be using our imagination to learn about mythical creatures. We will explore monsters and aliens and discover whether all monsters are scary or if a monster could make a good friend!

We will be encouraging the children to be creative and we will explore movement, dance and music throughout the term.

Please take a look below at some of the activities we will be covering. If you have any questions please get in touch.

Spring 2 - What happened to the Very Hungry Caterpillar?

This term our main focus is Understanding the World. We will be looking at the natural world around us and finding out how living things grow and change over time. We will be exploring life cycles and looking closely at the different stages involved. We will be learning about how a baby grows and what jobs we can do when we are adults. 

Please take a look at a medium term planner below to find out more about this term's topic. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Spring 2 -Pre-Learning Task

We would like you to look at for any signs of Spring and share them with us through your Evidence Me account. You could look for flowers growing or for any baby animals as you are out and about. Have fun!

Spring 1 - What happened to Jack's beans?

 This term our main focus will be on Literacy and on story telling. We will be reading many traditional tales and finding out about the different characters. We will be looking at which characters are good and bad and whether we can change our minds, through some P4C work.

The children will also be doing lots of work on routes and will be thinking about how they get from one place to another. We will have a go at drawing simple maps and will help Little Red Riding Hood find her way to Granny's house.

Please take a look at our medium term topic planner below for more information. If you have any questions or ideas to contribute to our work please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 

Spring 1 -Pre-Learning Task

During the Christmas holidays we would like you to see how many different traditional stories you can read together with your grown up! Have fun discovering all of the different characters. We can't wait to hear about your favourite story.

Autumn 2 - Why do leaves fall from the trees?

 This term we will be learning about the world around us by investigating the changing weather and by observing and studying changes in nature. We will be learning about different festivals, which are celebrated at this time of year around the world.

Please take a look at our medium term topic planner below for more information. If you have any questions or ideas to contribute to our work please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Autumn 2 -Pre-Learning Task

 After the half term break we will be having a big focus on Understanding the World and how the world is changing around us. We will be looking at the changing weather and how the seasons affect what is happening in nature.

Below you will find some activities, which will support your child in their learning for next term. Have fun exploring Autumn! Don't forget to upload your photos to Evidence Me so that we can see what you've been up to!

Autumn 1 - Who lives in my house?

This term we will be spending a lot of time getting to know our children inside out. This will help us to understand their learning needs and help us to make them feel settled and at home in our nursery. If you would like to know more about our topic for this term please look at the medium term plan below, which outlines some of the activities we will be doing. Any ideas or contributions to activities from parents are most welcome. If you have any questions about this term's topic please speak with a member of staff.