Primary Curriculum Schemes of Work

All schemes of work are free to HA Members, along with a host of other resources and benefits. If you are not yet an HA Member, you can get a taster of our schemes of work through our open-access Anglo-Saxons unit, our open-access Great Fire of London unit and our open-access Age of Revolutions unit.

We understand how difficult it can be planning for and resourcing new curriculum topics, so we have devised a series of schemes of work.

* an asterisk denotes a resourced scheme of work; all others contain resource suggestions.


EYFS Scheme of Work

Toys & games
(Medium term plan)

Key Stage 1


Key Stage 2

† Local history: this unit is not itself a scheme of work, but shows how local history might be incorporated into a scheme of work. 

Please note: The majority of these schemes of work were produced between 2014-2019 by members of the HA primary committee and its affiliates. While the units all contain resource suggestions, only those marked with an asterisk* are fully-resourced schemes of work. All the schemes of work are designed to support your planning and should be moulded and adapted to fit the context and needs of your own school. To view a sample scheme of work, please refer to our Anglo-Saxons unit.  

We regularly check the hyperlinks included in the schemes but unfortunately every now and again some links may go out of date. If you spot a broken link, please let us know on

See also

All schemes of work are free to HA Members