Curriculum Overview

Art and Design

Use a range of materials
Use drawing, painting and sculpture
Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space
Learn about a range of artists, craftsmakers and designers

Computing (KS1)

Understand use of algorithms
Write and test simple programs
Use logical reasoning to make predictions
Organise, store, retrieve & manipulate data
Communicate online safely and respectfully
Recognise uses of IT outside of school

 

Design and Technology (KS1) 

- Design purposeful, functional and appealing products
- Generate, model and communicate ideas
- Use a range of tools and materials to complete practical tasks
- Evaluate products and own ideas
- Build and improve structure and mechanisms
- Understand where food comes from

Geography (KS1)

- Name and locate the worlds continents and oceans
- Compare local area to a non-European country
- Use basic vocabuarly to describe a less familiar area
- Use aerial images and other models to create simple plans and maps using symbols
- Use simple fieldwork and observational skills to study the immediate environment.

Modern Languages (KS1)

Listen and engage in speaking activities
Learn songs in Spanish
Answering questions in Spanish
Begin to develop appropriate pronunciation

Music (KS1)

Sing songs
Play tuned and untuned music instruments musically
Listen and understand live and recorded music
Make and combine sounds musically

 

Physical Education (KS1)

Master basic movements e.g. running, jumping, throwing, catching, balance, agility and coordination
Participate in team games
Perform dances using simple moves

 

Religious Education 

Explore Christianity by learning about:
The importance of beliefs during life events
The Bible as a collection of books

Explore Judaism by learning about:
Jewish family life and values.
People of faith & courage

English 

Reading 

- Develop phonnics until decoding is secure
- Read common suffixes
- Read and re-read phonic appropriate books
- Read common 'exception' words
- Discuss and express views about fiction, non-fiction and poetry
- Become familiar with and re-tell stories.
- Ask and answer questions; make predictions
- Begin to make inferences

Writing 

- Spell by segmenting into phonemes 
Learn to spell common 'exception' words
- Spell using common suffixes
- Use appropriate size letters and spaces
- Develop positive attitude and stamina for writing
- Begin to plan ideas for writing
- Record ideas sentence by sentence
- Make additions and changes after proof reading

Grammar

-use . ! ? , and '
- use simple conjunctions
- Begin to expand noun phrases
- Use some features of standard English

Speaking & Listening

- Articulate and justify answers
- Initiate and respond to comments
- Use spoken language to develop understanding

Mathematics 

Number/Calculation

- Know 2, 5 and 10 times table
- Begin to use place value (T/U)
- Count in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s
- Identify, represent and estimate numbers
- Compare and order numbers including < > and =
- Write numbers to 100
- Know number facts to 20 ( related to 100)
- Use x and ÷ symbols
- Recognise communtitive property or multiplication

Geometry / Measures

- Know and use standard measures
- Read scales to the nearest whole units
- Use symbols for £ and p
- Add/Subtract simple sums of less than £1
- Tell the time to the nearest five minutes
- Identify and sort 2D and 3D shapes
- Identify 2D shapes on 3D surfaces
- Use terminology of position and movement

 

Fractions

- Find and write simple fractions
- Undersatnd equivalence of e.g. 2/4 = ½

Data

- Interpret simple tables and pictograms
- Ask and answer comparison questions
- Ask and answer questions about totalling

Science

Differentiate between living and non-living

Understand what helps plants to grow e.g. water, light, warmth

Identify the basic needs or animals and their offspring

Identify simple food chains and habitats

Identify and compare uses of different materials

Compare how things move on different surfaces.

History

Changes in living memory (linked to aspects of National life where appropriate)

Lives of significant historical figures, including comparisons of those from different periods

Significant local people

Learning about key events in History

Events of local importance

 

 

 

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