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Foundation Stage

The EYFS Curriculum

The EYFS Curriculum, which precedes the National Curriculum for Key Stages 1-4 (5 to 16 years), consists of seven areas of learning - three Prime and four Specific:

The Prime areas are fundamental, work together, and move through to support development in all other areas. They are:

Personal, Social and Emotional Development comprising of:

Communication and Language comprising of:

Physical Development comprising of:

The Specific areas include essential skills and knowledge for children to participate successfully in society. They are:

Mathematics comprising of:

Literacycomprising of:

Understanding the world comprising of:

Expressive arts and design comprising of:

At Whale Hill Primary School our planning includes all of these areas to ensure that our children receive a broad and balanced curriculum. We have a Long Term Plan for the year, Medium Term Plans planned around topics for each half term, and Short Term Plans for each week.

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