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Fairy Tales MTP: PSED

Fairy Tales MTP:   Personal Social and Emotional Development

About This Primary Resource

A comprehensive Medium Term Plan on the topic of fairy tales, with an emphasis on ‘Personal Social and Emotional Development’. The broad theme of the plan focuses on the key question ‘Which fairy tale character would you like to be and why?’’

It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school graded as outstanding by OFSTED.

You may find our range of printable fairy tale themed resources - a useful accompaniment to this plan.

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