This is where it all begins!
Teachers sit down at the start of a new academic year and look at all of the curriculum content that they have to cover over the course of the year. The fun part is coming up with ideas to pull the subjects together, make connections that will make the learning fun for the children but, most importantly, will make the learning stick!
Once the subjects are spread out across the year and the termly themes are decided upon, the daily lessons and learning opportunities are planned for.
The Long Term Plan (LTP) shown below is the way that I have planned for the year to go, but, as with everything, this is subject to change - an event might crop up, I might have an inspirational idea, or more often, the children will change the direction that the learning is taking with their questions and enquiring minds!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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