Understanding the World Learning Journey

By the end of Autumn Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Talking about their family, their home and people who are important to them
  • Exploring, being inquisitive and asking questions about the world around them
  • Beginning to talk about how we celebrate cultural events such as birthdays, harvest and Christmas

By the end of Spring Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Confident when talking about what they see, hear and smell in relation to seasonal change
  • Using, making and exploring simple maps
  • Appreciating that people have different beliefs in their home, school, town and around the world

By the end of EYFS Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Aware of where they live and how this is similar and different to another country
  • Knowledgeable of how animal begin life and grow
  • Confident explaining why we take care of our world and the living things on it
  • Excited about becoming a scientist and experimenting
  • Knowledgeable about their family, people from the past, and people who are important to us
  • Know about important and familiar buildings
  • Able to talk about religious beliefs and begin to become familiar with the beliefs of others

Understanding the World Learning Journey (Download)

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