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Curriculum

Progression Maps

16 Feb 2024

Progression of Knowledge and Skills

EYFS Links to the National Curriculum: Subject Progression

The skills taught within EYFS areas of learning, feed into the subject areas within the National Curriculum and supports the progression of each subject from EYFS to Year 6. 

The skills within each EYFS area of learning can be matched to National Curriculum subjects. The table below shows the main links between the EYFS and the National Curriculum.

 
EYFS areas of learning National Curriculum
Mathematics
Understanding the World
Geography
Personal, Social and Emotional Development Physical Development
Expressive Arts and Design
PE
Physical Development
Expressive Arts and Design
Design and Technology
Understanding the World History
Personal, Social and Emotional Development Physical Development
Understanding the World
Expressive Arts and Design
Computing
Physical Development
Expressive Arts and Design
Art
Understanding the World Science
Communication and Language
Physical Development
Expressive Arts and Design
Music
Personal, Social and Emotional Development Understanding the World RE
 
Please click on the subjects below to see the links with the EYFS curriculum:


Science.pdf 

Religious Education.pdf 

Physical Education.pdf  

Music.pdf  

History.pdf  

Geography.pdf  

Design and Technology.pdf  

Computing.pdf 

Art and Design.pdf 



Please click the links below to find information about the progression of knowledge and skills that children will acquire in each subject:


DT Progression Map.pdf  

History Progression Map.pdf  

Geography Progression Map.pdf  

PE Progression Map.pdf 

White Rose Maths Progression Map.pdf  


1 Decision Progression Map.pdf  

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