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Superheroes MTP (PSED)

Superheroes MTP (PSED)

About This Primary Resource

A meticulous superhero themed Medium Term Plan. A comprehensive Medium Term Plan on the topic of superheroes. The topic is presented alongside a discussion of the painting 'Saint George and the Dragon' by Paolo Uccello (inspired by the National Gallery's Take One Picture Scheme).

This MTP has a particular focus on the Personal, Social and Emotional Development area of learning as set out in the revised EYFS . It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school graded as outstanding by OFSTED. Kerry has also created several Superhero themed STPs to accompany these MTPs, which you will find in the Superhero Planning section of our site.

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