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RWInc: pink storybooks, purple storybooks, green storybooks, red ditty books, magnetic boards

RWInc: pink storybooks, purple storybooks, green storybooks, red ditty books, magnetic boards

RWInc: pink storybooks, purple storybooks, green storybooks, red ditty books, magnetic boards

SPAG

S.P.A.G.:

Introducing Punctuation

Introducing Sentences

Sentence Structure

S.P.A.G.:

Introducing Punctuation

Introducing Sentences

Sentence Structure

S.P.A.G.:

- add prefixes and suffixes:

using –ing, –ed, –er and –est where no change is needed in the spelling of root words [for example, helping, helped, helper, eating, quicker, quickest]

Reading

READING:

Fiction

Guess What?

Poetry

Sensational Senses

Non-fiction

Who Lives Here?

Live

Poetry Star!

READING:

Listening to and discussing a wide range of poems, stories and non-fiction at a level beyond that at which they can read independently.

READING:

Being encouraged to link what they read or hear read to their own experiences.

Recognising and joining in with predictable phrases.

Learning to appreciate rhymes and poems, and to recite some by heart.

Writing

WRITING:

Hold a sentence, build a sentence, handwriting, writing activity linked to text

WRITING:

Hold a sentence, build a sentence, handwriting, writing activity linked to text

WRITING:

Saying out loud what they are going to write about.

Composing a sentence orally before writing it.

Sequencing sentences to form short narratives.

Re-reading what they have written to check that it makes sense.

Maths

MATHEMATICS:

Number and place value

Additon and Subtraction 10

Properties of shape

Measurement (Length and height)

Multiplication and division

Position and direction

Fractions

Measurement: Money

MATHEMATICS:

Multiplication and division

Number and place value

Measurement (Mass)

Addition and subtraction 20

Measurement (Time)

Fractions

Measurement (volume and capacity)

MATHEMATICS:

Position and direction

Measurement (Length and height)

Multicplication and division - money

Fractions

Measurement (Time)

PSHE

PSHE: Being me in my world

Covered through class charter in welcome week.

Celebrating Difference

Gingerbread people display

PSHE:

Dreams and Goals

Children will begin to understand how to set simple goals and strategies to achieve them.

Healthy me

Children will learn about

Being Healthy and will begin to understand the difference between being healthy and unhealthy, and know some ways to keep themselves healthy.

PSHE:

Relationships

Families

Making Friends

Greetings

 

Changing me

Life cycles

Changing Me

My Changing Body

Science Computing

SCIENCE:

Seasonal Changes - observe and describe weather associated with the seasons (ongoing) 

 

Celebrations

 

COMPUTING

 

We are treasure hunters.

SCIENCE:

Uses of Everyday Materials - Polar Places 

 

COMPUTING:

We are storytellers

 

SCIENCE:

Plants and Animals

 

COMPUTING

We are painters

COMPUTING:

We are TV Chefs

 

SCIENCE:

On Safari

 

SCIENCE:

Holidays

 

COMPUTING:

We are collectors

Geography

History

HISTORY:

What was life like when our grandparents were children?

Why do we remember the 5th November? GEOGRAPHY:

What’s it like where we live?

Local environment (Near & Far)

GEOGRAPHY:

What Are Seasons?

GEOGRAPHY:

Where does our food come from?

 

HISTORY:

Our Local Heroes

Music

MUSIC:

Hey You

 

Rhythm in the way we walk and the banana rap

MUSIC:

In the Groove

 

Round and Round

MUSIC:

Your Imagination

 

Reflect, Rewind and Replay

Art

ART:

Earth Art: Collecting natural materials from the local environment (During park visit)

 

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY:

We are drink designers.

What produce can we get from the local environment?

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY:

Making a bag

ART:

Colour creations

ART: African Art

RE

1.7 What does it mean to belong to a faith community? 

 Christians, Muslims and Jewish people 

1.6 How and why do we celebrate special and sacred times?

Christians,Muslims and Jewish people

1.4 How can we learn from sacred books?

Christians,Muslims and Jewish people

1.5 What makes some places sacred? 

 Christians,Muslims and Jewish people

PE

P.E.

Coordination: Footwork

Static Balance : One leg

Dynamic Balance to Agility - Jumping and landing

Static Balance : Seated

P.E.

P.E. Dynamic Balance (On a line)

Static Balance (Stance)

Coordination (Ball skills)

Counter balance (With partner)

P.E.

Coordination : Sending and receiving

Agility : Reaction and response

Agility : Ball chasing

Static Balance : Floor work.

Spanish

SPANISH:

Greetings/ Numbers to 20/ Colour / Animals

SPANISH:

Counting / colours / animals/ greetings

SPANISH:

Colours / Greetings / food / toys

 

 

Miss Brennan (1B) and Miss Miles (1M)  Mrs Parry and Mrs McNulty welcome you to Year 1.

 

Year 1 Curriculum Intent:

 

We want our children to be open minded, independent, respectful, resilient, active, creative and forward thinking.

 

You can access lessons online by clicking on the Home Learning link below and Google Classroom. This will be updated daily by staff. 

 

Take care. 

Miss Brennan, Miss Miles, Mrs Parry and Mrs McNulty. 

 

Daily Structure Y1/2 Quarter

 

8.45 entrance through Y1/2 gate, met by SMT/Mentor, guided to stairs by LSO, hand gel applied, keep to left on way to class.

 

Y1 Bubble

Y2 Bubble

 

All staff encouraged to wear PPE

 

1 LSO “runner” who photocopies, passes information to other quarters, office and SMT

 

1 LSO to support class bubble

 

Playtime

 

Children hand gelled on way out and back

 

Same routine at lunchtime

 

Children get half hour out and half hour in having lunch

 

Y1 leave at 3

Y2 leave at 3.15

 

LSO hand gelling on way out

 

Children stay with adult until SMT let them leave

 

Computers/iPads wiped down

 

DIVERSITY and READING AT HOME

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