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Learning topics for Spring Term 1

Week 1 - Arctic/Antarctica/Cold weather

Week 2 - Arctic/Antarctica/Cold weather

Week 3 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Week 4 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Week 5 - People who help us - Police and Fire service

Week 6 - People who help us - Doctors, Nurses and Dentists

Learning topics for Autumn Term  1 2019

Week 1 - All about us - family

Week 2 - All about us - homes

Week 3 - All about us - pets

Week 4 - All about us - our bodies

Week 5,6 and 7 - Autumn - weather, nature, clothes, animals



Learning topics for Summer Term 2

Week 1 - Badgers! ( Thanks Hazel!)

Week 2 - Transport -  past and present

Week 3 - Transport - present and future

Week 4 - Under the Sea

Week 5 - Under the Sea

Week 6 - Holidays and Sports

Week 7 - Holidays, Transition, new schools and feelings

Learning topics for Summer Term 1

This term we are exploring life cycles. We will look at the similarities and differences between living things whilst learning new vocabulary, new concepts and new facts. Even the teachers learn something new every time we teach this subject. Did you know that the group of eggs that a chicken sits on is called a 'clutch'?!

Week 1 - Chickens

Week 2 - Frogs

Week 3 - Butterflies

Week 4 - Beans

Week 5 - Bees

Spring Term 2019 Curriculum


For the first half of the Spring term we will loosely be basing our learning on the following topics:-


  • The Arctic - the children were talking about how cold it was getting at the end of last term so we thought we could explore how weather changes affect human and animal populations whilst discovering that snowy place where Father Christmas lives! We will be looking at how people and animals survive in the Arctic and how the Arctic differs from where we live.
  • The children love stories so we will have some time this term looking at the story of Goldilocks and the 3 bears. We will incorporate number work, literary skills and some science concepts into this topic.
  • As part of understanding the world we will look at 'people who help us' and particularly the fire and police services. The children have loved dressing up as police during the Autumn term and we do have some families that have parents, aunts or uncles who work in the force so learning more about what the emergency services do will involve some first hand experiences!

At Westborough our children belong to a particular group for our circle times. These groups roughly correspond to the children's ages:-

  1. The caterpillar group for our 2 year olds.
  2. The cocoon group for our 3 year olds.
  3. The butterfly group for our 4 year olds.

In some cases the the age bands are a little bit flexible according to the stage of the child's development.

These environments have been created to give the children a small group to belong to with a teaching input designed to meet their age and stage of development.


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