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Class 1 Curriculum

 

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

Subjects

Half-term

Half-term

Half-term

Half-term

Half-term

Half-term

Literacy

Fiction:

The Snail and the Whale

 

Non-fiction: One Day on Our Blue Planet

 

Non-fiction:

The Emperor’s Egg

 

Fiction:

The Jolly Postman

 

Letters to Father Christmas

Fiction:

The Lonely Beast

 

Poetry:

Out and About Poems

Fiction:

I Want my Hat Back

 

Fiction:

Mr Underbed

 

Orion and the Dark

Fiction:

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro

 

Poetry:

Puffin Book of Fantastic First Poems

 

Fiction:

A Necklace of Raindrops

 

Fiction:

Beegu

 

Non-Fiction: Year 1 Memories and letter to our new teacher

 

Phonics

Letters and Sounds

Revision of phases 2 and 3. Phase 4

 

 

 Phase 5 Part a)

 

 

 Phase 5 Part b)

 

 

 Phase 5 Part c)

 

     Mathematics

Number: Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

 

Geometry: Shape

Number: Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

Time

 

Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

 

Measuring: Length and Height

Number: Multiplication and Division

 

Number: Fractions

Number: Place Value

 

Number: Four Operations

Measurement: Money

 

Measurement: Weight and Volume

Science

Seasonal Weather: Autumn

 

Animals including Humans:

Our body

Senses

 

Animals including Humans:

Grouping animals

Animal bodies

What do I eat?

 

Seasonal Weather: Autumn into Winter

Animals in Winter

 

Seasonal Weather:

Winter into Spring

 

Materials:

Properties

Naming materials

Objects and Materials

Materials:

Testing Materials

Umbrella testing

Sorting

 

Seasonal Weather: Spring

Plants:

Common plants

Wild Plants

Trees

Planting beans

Parts of plants

 

 

 

 

Seasonal Weather:

Summer

Sun safety

 

Revision lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography

 

 

 

Our School and

Our Local Area

Where do I live?

Our Classroom

Where is our school?

Fieldwork around our school

How do I get to school?

Marvelous map symbols

Houses and homes

Jobs

Let’s make a change

 

Weather

 

What is weather?

How does it affect us?

Focussing the weather

Weather dangers

Hot and cold weather

Our Frozen planet

 

 

 

 

Our Country

 

 

Town and country

Welcome to the UK

Up, up and away

 

Let’s explore the UK

Ted London tours

Brasilla and London

History

Changes within living memory

 

Toys today

Toys in the past

20th century toys

Victorian toys

Changes

 

 

 

Events beyond memory:

The Great Fire of London

 

Homes in the past

Samuel Pepys

London

 

 

 

Events beyond living memory- Transport and Travel

 

Cars, Trains and planes.

Space

 

DT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moving pictures

Sliders and levers

 

Creating sliding, moving and wheel mechanisms

 

Designing and evaluating products

 

 

 

 

Playgrounds

Freestanding structures

 

Playground components and structures

Joining and strengthening materials

Designing, creating and evaluating

 

Eat more fruit and vegetables

 

Favourite fruit and vegetables

Taste, examine and describe

Handling and preparing

Design a recipe

Make and evaluate a product

Art

 

Self portrait

 

The children will have the opportunity to explore the work of Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee, Henri Matisse and Andy Warhol, and create

artwork inspired by them.

 

Colour

 

The children will have the opportunity to explore the life and work of six key abstract artists and, working primarily

in paint, to create pieces in a range of abstract styles.

 

Sculpture

 

Children will be introduced to six sculptors: Marc Quinn, Michelle Reader, Barbara Hepworth, Jill Townsley, Brendan Jamison,

and Eva Rothschild. They will make their own sculptures.

 

Computing

We are treasure hunters

Using programmable toys

We are TV chefs

Filming the steps of a recipe

 

We are Painters

Illustrating an eBook

 

We are collectors

Finding images using the web

We are storytellers

Producing a talking book

We are celebrating

Creating a card electronically

 

PE

Sport: Multi-skills

Balancing, aiming and timing, ways of travelling, directions, agility, balance and co-ordination

 

 

Sport: Dance and movement using a story

Travelling, direction, gestures, beats, move in time, jumping, dance in beats of 4 or 8, perform dance moves to music and in time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fitness: Running

Different ways, speeds, directions, team running, breathing, heart rates, circuits, using our arms and relays.

 

 

 

 

Sport: Brilliant Ball Skills

Anticipation, catching on a bounce, catching from a throw, reaction, accuracy, techniques, underarm throws, stop, trap and catch a ball whilst on the move, playing games with rules.

 

 

  

Sport: Groovy Gymnastics

Direction, speeds and levels, travelling, linking moves, linking moves and shapes, rolling, travelling methods using a bench, using small equipment and creating a sequence.

 

Sport: Active Athletics

Travel in different ways, change from fast to slow, hop and travel, throwing methods, good balance and co-ordination, jumping with two feet, jumping for distance, obstacle courses.

 

Sport: Throwing and Catching

(field games)

Control a ball, correct technique, throwing underarm, striking balls of different sizes using equipment, throw and catch a ball, stop and retrieve a ball, catch a ball, striking and fielding skills, bats and rackets, tactics and skills.

 

RE

Prayer writing class prayer area)

 

What responsibility has god given people for taking care of creation?

 

Who is the Saint of our school?

Noah

 

Where is the light of Christmas?

What is Buddhism?

Easter Symbols

What is it like to live as a Jew?

 

Why are we having a Jewish party?

Music

Exploring sounds

 

Duration

 

 

Pulse and rhythm

 

Pitch

 

Instruments

 

Timbre, tempo and dynamics

 

PSHE & Citizenship

Physical health and wellbeing:

Fun times

Keeping safe and managing risk:

Feeling safe

Identity, society and equality:

Me and others

Our Health (Medicine safety)

What do we put into and onto bodies?

Mental health and emotional wellbeing:

Feelings

Careers, financial capability and economic

wellbeing: My money

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