Throughout our Nursery Provision we aim to engage inspiring minds and enable our young children to be inquisitive and learn about the world around us. We use topic themes to engage active minds and create inspiring contexts for children to be motivated by their own curiosity.
Whilst many aspects of our learning are tailored to meet the individual needs of all our children and adapted to answer their own questions.
Our Curriculum Themes
Me and My CommunityAutumn Term
Me and My Community
This project supports children with settling into the new rules and routines of school and encourages them to make new friends and feel confident in their class. It teaches children about being helpful, kind and thoughtful at home and at school. This project also teaches children how they are unique and special, the importance of friendship and how people in their family, school and local community are important and can help them.
Starry NightAutumn Term
This project explores the differences in the world at night compared to during the day. It teaches children about the importance of a good night's sleep, and helps them to discover what is happening in the world while they are sleeping, including finding out about nocturnal animals.
Once Upon a TimeSpring Term
Once Upon a Time
This project supports children to develop a love of stories and reading. It encourages children to learn, retell and act out familiar and traditional tales including Cinderella, Goldilocks, Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs and the Three Billy Goats Gruff.
Sunshine and SunflowersSpring Term
Sunshine and Sunflowers
This seasonal project provides opportunities for outdoor learning and teaches children how to care for the plants and animals in their local environment and how to stay safe in the sun.
Dangerous DinosaursSummer Term
This exciting project teaches children about the different animals that roamed Earth millions of years ago and how they are related to animals that live on Earth today.
This project teaches children about water, including floating and sinking, freezing and melting, and why it is important for living things to stay hydrated.
Our Curriculum Overview 2020-2021