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Celebrations & Festivals Planning

This section contains a collection of documents to help you plan activities in your school or early years setting relating to various Celebrations and Festivals, including St David’s Day, Advent and Chinese New Year. They are aimed at early years (EYFS) and key stage 1 (KS1) classes.

We’re looking to build our planning sections up so if you have anything you would like to share please get in touch we’d love to hear from you. We are prepared to pay for certain EYFS / KS1 planning documents.


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Christmas MTP

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Christmas STP

EYFS/ KS1 Topic Plan: Chinese New Year

EYFS/KS1 Activities: Advent

EYFS/KS1 Activities: Giving Presents

EYFS/KS1 Activities: Religion at Christmas

KS1 Activities: Letter to Santa (Punctuation and Spelling)

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Nativity Story Sequencing Activity (Long Version)

St David’s Day EYFS / KS1 Topic Plan

St. David’s Day Book List


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