Curriculum Overview – Nursery 2’s

TermMain Topic / ThemeTopic Hooks / Themed DaysKey TextsVisits / VisitorsParent EventsFestivalsRole Play Area
Autumn 1All about me Seasons Autumn              Scarecrow DayShark in the park on a windy day Owl Babies Postman bear (Boo book)Autumn WalkMcMillan Coffee Morning Boo ProgramHarvest Halloween    Home Corner Halloween enhancements  
Autumn 2Celebrations and Christmas            Christmas Party Christmas Jumper Day The Christmas TrainDear Santa Why I love Christmas Magic Little SleighLittle Buds Souter Light House Christmas Event Parents Evening  Bonfire Night Remembrance Day Diwali ChristmasHome Corner Birthday party & Christmas enhancements  
Spring 1Seasons Winter Once upon a time…          Big Bird WatchOnce upon a time Ten Little Superheroes Each peach pear plum  Chinese New Year Valentine’s Day  Home Corner Chinese New Year enhancements Fairy Tale cottage
Spring 2Season Spring New Life            World Book DayThe Very Hungry Caterpillar Busy Farm Old McDonald Little Raindrop  Farm VisitEaster Stay and PlayShrove Tuesday Mother’s Day Easter  Home Corner Easter enhancements  
Summer 1Looking after myself & the People who look after us      Sun Awareness Week National gardening weekGo to Bed My Body At the Dentist Rupert takes a BathOral HygieneParents Evening  May DayHome Corner Hospital / Baby clinic / Dentist  
Summer 2Seasons Summer The World Around Me          World Music Day 30 Days Wild Queens Jubilee Football World Cup Shark in the park Dear zoo Where going on a bear huntLittle Buds Summer SessionTeddy Bears Picnic Summer Stay and PlayFather’s Day  Home Corner

In the Early Years Foundation Stage at Lord Blyton Primary School, our aim is to provide all pupils with a broad and balanced curriculum full of rich learning opportunities and experiences. Themes and topics are carefully planned and implemented through a balance of adult led teaching and child initiated learning following the children’s likes and interests.

*Although themes and topics have been identified and outlined above, these are subject to change due to following the interests of the pupils.