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Does anyone plan for a half-termly focus on aspects of learning when drawing up their long-term plan? I feel it would be useful to ensure curriculum coverage - would anyone be willing to share?

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Simple answer No

We plan weekly on an individual basis, do not do medium planning , my long term is more like a planner for the setting eg 121, supervision etc

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we do but have had to change our format to come into line with reception so new planning is no good for you as they just write down topics for long term plan, so we have added ours onto this. i feel doing this ensures we are covering all aspects on a regular basis - at least every term and a half, and for areas such as literacy every term. long term plan is very loose topics e.g. stories/nursery rhymes and we match the aspects to the topic they seemed to lend themselves to most. so i just continue to do this without recording it formally, as i know it works for us!

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we do but have had to change our format to come into line with reception so new planning is no good for you as they just write down topics for long term plan, so we have added ours onto this. i feel doing this ensures we are covering all aspects on a regular basis - at least every term and a half, and for areas such as literacy every term. long term plan is very loose topics e.g. stories/nursery rhymes and we match the aspects to the topic they seemed to lend themselves to most. so i just continue to do this without recording it formally, as i know it works for us!

Yes, I worry about coverage; I will continue to have very 'loose' topics but plan to link aspects where they best fit. I am also aware of the need for covering literacy - I feel that we often overlook traditional stories. Children's interests can still be catered for very easily starting with a learning provocative and mind maps. Sooty, I don't suppose you have any copies of your 'old' long term planning sheets you would share, do you?

Thanks for your replies.

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here it is but swapped over half way through the year as you can see! we do stories over a whole term and nursery rhymes as our children don't know many/any. children's interests/next steps etc planned in in short term planning x

attachicon.gifLT Plan EYFS 2012-2013.doc

Many thanks Sooty - that's really helpful! x

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