Learning map – Nursery

August- October

  • Who are we and what do we do?
  • All About Me
  • Settling in
  • Rules and routines
  • Supporting younger pupils
  • Celebrations and Festivals
  • Edinburgh Festival
  • New National Museum of Scotland
  • Ramadan / Eid-ul-fitr
  • Summer/ Autumn
  • The garden(Harvest and tidying up)
  • Weather
  • Animals and plants
  • In line with cfe following the children’s interests.

October – December

  • Bookbug Pirate bags/ Scottish Book Awards
  • Literacy focus
  • Reviews
  • Voting with technology
  • Working with older pupils
  • Celebrations and Festivals
  • Halloween
  • Divali
  • St Andrews Day
  • Guru Nanak’s Birthday
  • Guy Fawkes Day
  • Christmas/Autumn/ Winter/Nature
  • Clothing/Transport in winter
  • Road Safety/Fire Safety
  • Reactive topics

January – Easter

Health Project

  • Encouraging Healthy lifestyle include enterprise project
  • Numeracy/Maths Recording of what we do? What we eat?
  • Collaborate with Parents
  • Celebrations and Festivals
  • Robert Burn’s Day
  • Valentine’s Day
  • Chinese New Year
  • Shrove Tuesday/Mother’s Day/Easter
  • Winter/Spring/Animals/Plants/Planning our garden
  • Snow /ice/water
  • Managing Risk
  • Reactive topics

Easter – Summer

  • Moving on
  • Starting Primary
  • Preparation for the move
  • Transition Project to support pupils
  • Celebrations and Festivals
  • Father’s Day
  • Sports Day
  • Spring/ Summer
  • New life/new growth
  • Change in how we live – outside again
  • The Farm
  • Caring for plants
  • Reactive topics

Featured Policies

Behaviour Policy

Behaviour Policy

Expectations of behaviour of children during after school clubs should be equal to during the school day. Wherever possible, coaches... more

School Uniform

School Uniform

Parents are asked to co-operate with the school in encouraging the wearing of the school uniform. Wearing school uniform contributes to... more

School Aims

School Aims

It is recognised that in forming the aims of this school, concern must be given to developing pupils' attitudes which... more