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Year 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year 1, Number and Place Number and Place Time Multiplication and Number and Place Value Measurement Weight. Value Value Place Value Division Measurement Time and Volume. Addition and Measures Length Measurement Fractions Shape Four Operations. Subtraction and Height Money Addition and Measurement Money. Shape Addition and Subtraction, Subtraction, Year 2 Year 2 Year 2 Year 2 Year 2 Year 2. Number and Place Multiplication and Shape Number and Place Number and Place Value Addition and Subtraction. Value Division Multiplication and Value Addition and Subtraction Statistics. Addition and Fractions Division Addition and Position and Direction Multiplication and. Subtraction Position and Measurement Subtraction Multiplication and Division. Shape Direction Statistics Division Fractions, Measurement Measurement Multiplication and Measurement Measurements. Addition and Multiplication and Division, Subtraction Division Fractions. Measurement, Science Animals including Humans Y2 Everyday Materials Y1 Living things and their Plants Y2.
KS1 N C objectives Notice that animals including humans have offspring distinguish between an object and the material from which it habitats Y2 Observe and describe how seeds. which grow into adults is made explore and compare the and bulbs grow into mature plants. Find out about and describe the basic needs of animals identify and name a variety of everyday materials including differences between things that find out and describe how plants. including humans for survival water food and air wood plastic glass metal water and rock are living dead and things that need water light and a suitable. Describe the importance for humans of exercise eating describe the simple physical properties of a variety of have never been alive temperature to grow. the right amounts of different types of food and everyday materials identify that most living things. hygiene compare and group together a variety of everyday materials live in habitats to which they are. on the basis of their physical properties suited and describe how different. habitats provide for the basic, needs of different kinds of animals. and plants and how they depend, on each other, identify and name a variety of. plants and animals in their, habitats including micro habitats. describe how animals obtain, their food from plants and other. animals using the idea of a simple, food chain and identify and name.
different sources of food, History Explore where I live and my local area Explore journeys of all kinds including how Investigate why Christopher Columbus and Neil. Geography my life so far create a simple family tree people get around now and how they Armstrong are remembered today what they. and compare childhood then and now travelled in the past from a walk around the achieved and how they are similar to or different. KS1 N C objectives H1 changes within living memory Where appropriate school to the first trip to the moon from each other. G Geography these should be used to reveal aspects of change in H1 changes within living memory Where appropriate these H3 the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed. H History national life should be used to reveal aspects of change in national life to national and international achievements Christopher Columbus Neil. H2 events beyond living memory that are significant Armstong. nationally or globally e g the first aeroplane flight. G1 name and locate the world s seven continents and H3 the lives of significant individuals in the past who have G1 name and locate the world s seven continents and five oceans. five oceans contributed to national and international achievements G2 name locate and identify characteristics of the four countries and. G2 name locate and identify characteristics of the four capital cities of the UK and its surrounding areas. countries and capital cities of the UK and its surrounding G1 name and locate the world s seven continents and five G4 identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the UK and the. areas oceans location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the equator and. G3 understand geographical similarities and G5b use basic geographical vocabulary refer to key human the North and South Poles. differences through studying the human and physical features including city town village factory farm house G5a use basic geographical vocabulary refer to key physical features. geography of a small area of the United Kingdom and of office port harbour and shop including beach cliff coast forest hill mountain sea ocean river soil. a small area in a contrasting non European country G7 use simple compass directions North South East and valley vegetation season and weather. G4 identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the West and locational and directional language e g near and G5b use basic geographical vocabulary refer to key human features. UK and the location of hot and cold areas of the world in far left and right to describe the location of features and including city town village factory farm house office port harbour. relation to the equator and the North and South Poles routes on a map and shop. G5a use basic geographical vocabulary refer to key G8 use aerial photographs and plan perspectives to G6 use world maps atlases and globes to identify the UK and its. physical features including beach cliff coast forest recognise landmarks and basic human physical features countries as well as the countries continents and oceans studied as the. hill mountain sea ocean river soil valley vegetation devise a simple map and use and construct basic symbols in a KS. season and weather key G7 use simple compass directions North South East and West and. G5b use basic geographical vocabulary refer to key G9 use simple fieldwork and observational skills to study the locational and directional language e g near and far left and right to. human features including city town village factory geography of their school and its grounds and the key human describe the location of features and routes on a map. farm house office port harbour and shop and physical features of its surrounding environment. G6 use world maps atlases and globes to identify the. UK and its countries as well as the countries continents. and oceans studied as the KS, G7 use simple compass directions North South East. and West and locational and directional language e g. near and far left and right to describe the location of. features and routes on a map, G8 use aerial photographs and plan perspectives to. recognise landmarks and basic human physical features. devise a simple map and use and construct basic, symbols in a key. G9 use simple fieldwork and observational skills to. study the geography of their school and its grounds and. the key human and physical features of its surrounding. environment, Computing Ash Ash Ash Ash Ash, E Safety PSHCE Computer Skills Painting Word Processing Skills Programming with.
SMART Rules ScratchJr, Elm Elm Elm Elm Elm, E Safety PSHCE Presentation Skills Computer Art Preparing for Programming Turtle Logo. SMART Rules Turtle Logo And Scratch, PE Ash Ash Dance Ash Gymnastics Ash Gymnastics Ash Swimming Ash Swimming. Fundamentals Moving Words Jumping Jacks Rock and Roll Athletics Sports Day Fundamentals extra unit. Unit 1 Year 1 Fundamentals Unit Dance Weather Fundamentals Unit 2 event practice. OAA Trails trust 1 Year 1, and team work Year 1, Elm Elm Dance Elm Gymnastics Elm Gymnastics Elm Swimming Elm Swimming. Fundamentals Magical friendships Ball Tall and Wall Points of Contact Athletics Sports Day Fundamentals extra unit. Unit 1 Year 1 even practice, OAA Trails trust Fundamentals Unit Dance Great Fire Fundamentals Unit 2. and team work 2 Year 1 of London Year 1, RE Ash Who Ash How do Ash Celebrations Bishop s Lent Ash What can I learn Ash Special books.
celebrates Harvest Christians celebrate and special times Challenge about sharing from Bible what can we learn from. and why Christmas what happens at a stories stories of different. wedding or when a religions, baby is born, Elm Who do we Elm How is light Elm What is Elm How do stories Elm How can people. need to thank for important to Christian worship from the gurus and the today be part of the BIG. the bread we eat Christians in the concept of seva STORY of the Bible. Christmas story selfishness effect Sikh, Music Ash Ash Ash. SPECIAL PEOPLE Beat and Tempo GOING PLACES High and low MOVING PATTERNS Structure. GROWTH AND CHANGE Loud and STORIES AND SOUNDS Structure WORKING WORLD Texture. quiet OUR SENSES Texture, Elm Elm Elm, OURSELVES Musical Focus Exploring ANIMALS Musical Focus Pitch WEATHER Musical Focus Exploring Sounds. Sounds NUMBER Musical Focus Beat PATTERN Musical Focus Beat. TOYS Musical Focus Beat STORYTIME Musical Focus Exploring WATER Musical Focus Pitch. OUR LAND Musical Focus Exploring Sounds TRAVEL Musical Focus Performance. Sounds SEASONS Musical Focus Pitch, OUR BODIES Musical Focus Beat. Art Progression PROGRESSION OF ART SKILLS THIS ACADEMIC YEAR. LINE SHAPE AND FORM, To introduce techniques to create a range of tones using graded drawing pencils experimentation using a range of pencils Pressing on hard soft different lines marks etc.
To develop an awareness of textures and tones in made and natural objects. To use a range of mark makers to reproduce textures observed. To produce recognisable observational drawings of simple objects begin to incorporate tone and texture to drawings. To make simple evaluations of their own work and that of others using appropriate vocabulary. To be able to mix useable paint in a range of colours and be able to describe these colours using appropriate vocabulary dark light pale know that primary colours are red blue and yellow. and these cannot be mixed using other colours Mix a range of colours using more than 2 colours to produce a third colour. To be able to make various tints of a primary colour. To improve ability to apply paint in a controlled manner teach basic brush skills e g correct amount of paint on the brush long and short strokes different directions etc How to use more. water to lighten colours Produce a wash using large brushes and sponges Use correct brush size for different parts of painting. To learn whole school painting skills how to refill change water clean brushes properly and taught how to hold a brush. To reinforce understanding that sculpture is viewed from all angles. To produce recognisable 3D representations using a range of resources. To create simple sculpture using a variety of materials adult demonstration of technique. Revise previous examples of textiles Revise and develop vocabulary associated with textiles Recognise the different way various fabrics are constructed observational drawing using. magnifying glass, To further develop joining methods gluing tying pinning. SHAPE AND FORM, Further develop accuracy in cutting and tearing skills Further develop gluing skills. Produce a range of effects by scrunching curling shaping paper. Begin to use layering techniques and develop awareness of how this can give different effects to the final composition in terms of colour shapes texture and form. Provide opportunities to discuss art works brought into classroom. Provide opportunities for children to comment on their own work and that of others Encourage positive comments and also suggestions for further improvements Encourage correct use. of vocabulary, Art D T focus Self Portraits Drawing David Hockney Painting Wassily Kadinksy. clay portrait, emotion masks Design and make own vehicle Design and make a Menu for an Intrepid Explorer. name plaque D T MAKE Describe the properties of the ingredients. Make a product that uses movement Weigh and measure accurately. Use the correct materials for the product so it works Describe my food product using its properties. Make a puppet fabric mask of myself Use a number of materials with strong joints. Decorate my product or add detail, Know that the product needs to be made from the materials.
Use accurate measurements in cm that are suitable for the job. Use scissors precisely when cutting out, Join textiles using glue staples tying or. a simple stitch, Make a textiles product that is finished. well and does the job it was made for, Select the appropriate textile so that it. does the job well, D T Progression DESIGN, Communicate ideas using a variety of methods including drawing and models. Think of ideas and plan what to do next based on my knowledge of materials and components. Select appropriate tools techniques and materials explaining my choices. Use models pictures and words to describe my designs. Specific objectives for each Topic task, Talk about ideas saying what they like and dislike.
Identify what they could have done differently and how they could improve their work in the future. Recognise what has been done well in my work, Suggest things I could do in the future to improve my work. TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE, Learn about the working characteristics of materials folding paper plaiting yarn to make it stronger. How mechanisms can be used in different ways wheels and axles that allow movement. PSHCE Ash Ash Ash, ES12Healthy and Safer Lifestyles C4 Citizenship 4 Diversity and Communities HSL8 Healthy and Safer Lifestyles 8 Drug Education. Enrichment E safety being safe online be able to describe aspects of their identity have a basic understanding of how things can get in. Topic Titles MY WORLD AND ME TRAVEL AND TRANSPORT INTREPID EXPLORERS Subject Autumn Spring Summer English Narrative Stories with predictable phrasing Write sentences using patterned language words and phrases taken from familiar stories Non Fiction labels lists and captions Write labels and sentences for in class exhibition museum display Non Fiction Recount Write first person recounts

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