-ambitious capable learners
-healthy confident individuals
-enterprising, creative contributors
- ethically informed citizens.
-Language, Literacy and Communication (English and Welsh)
-Mathematics and Numeracy
-Humanities (Geography and History)
-Science and Technology (Science and ICT)
-Expressive Arts (Music and Drama)
-Health and Well Being
Young children learn most effectively through structured play. They will be provided with plenty of opportunities to learn through experience.
Reception pupils are taught through two weekly themes which cover all areas of the curriculum.
Welcome to School – Settling in to their new environment
I Am Amazing, I Feel Fine – Self Esteem and Emotions
Those Nearest and Dearest – Friends and Family
Season of Plenty – Autumn and Harvest
Head to Toe – Body awareness and senses
Children’s World Week – Rights Respecting Schools
Words and Roads Take Us Places – Vehicles and travel
Winter Weatherland – Winter and Weather
Day and Night, Dark and Light – Opposites
Sing a Song, Paint a Picture – Art, Artists, Music and Musicians
Welsh Week – Welsh culture including St David’s Day
What’s on the Menu? – Food groups and shopping
Safe and Sound – People who help us and safety.
My Mum – Mothering Sunday (celebrate someone special).
Buggy About Spring – Spring and insects
Buggy About Spring - Minibeasts
Shape - Shape and measures
Fur and Feathers - Animals from around the world. Investigating habitats.
When I Grow Up - Discussing jobs and what the children would like to be when they grow up.
City Gardens, Country Farms - Investigating plants and farm life.
Our Time in Reception - Reviewing their learning journey throughout Reception.
Summer - Investigating the season of Summer.
Water Wonders -
Pupil Voice - Pupils to select a topic of their choosing.
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