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MTP: Tiger in a Storm (Communication, Language & Literacy)

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A detailed Medium Term Plan relating to the National Gallery’s ‘Take One Picture’ scheme. Each year the National Gallery selects a painting from its collection and asks schools to use it imaginatively as the foundation for cross-curricular learning. To find out more about the scheme visit TakeOnePicture.org.uk . This MTP relates to Henry Rousseau's ‘Tiger in a Storm’ and it focuses on the Communication, Language & Literacy area of learning. It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school with outstanding early years provision.

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