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Superheroes MTP (Communication, Language & Literacy)

Superheroes MTP (Communication, Language & Literacy)

About This Primary Resource

A comprehensive superhero themed Medium Term Plan. It uses the painting 'Saint George and the Dragon' by Paolo Uccello as its starting point (as part of the National Gallery's Take One Picture Scheme).

This MTP has a particular focus on the Communication, Language & Literacy area of learning. It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school graded as outstanding by OFSTED.

You will also find many Superhero Short Term Plans available to download on our site, which are designed to accompany these MTPs.

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