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Year 1

Subjects

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Literacy

 

Non-narrative Labels, lists and captions

 

Narrative

The Dark

Non-narrative

Mary Seacole (cross curricular history)

 

Narrative

Author – Simon Bartram

Non-narrative Instructions

 

Non-narrative Persuasive writing

 

Poetry

Poems with pattern and rhyme

Narrative

Fantasy settings

 

Non-narrative

Alphabetical knowledge

Labels, diagrams, extended captions, simple lists.

Narrative

Stories from other cultures

 

Non-narrative

Questions and explanation

 

Narrative

Traditional tales

 

Non-narrative

Information texts

 

Poetry

Nursery Rhymes

 

Maths

We follow the Maths No Problem! scheme of work. This breaks the curriculum down in to chapters with an objective led focus.

  • Numbers to 10
  • Number bonds
  • Addition within 10
  • Subtraction within 10

 

  • Positions Numbers to 20
  • Addition and Subtraction within 20
  • Shapes and patterns
  • Length and Height
  • Numbers to 40
  • Addition and Subtraction Word Problems
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Fractions
  • Numbers to 100
  • Time
  • Money
  • Volume and Capacity
  • Mass
  • Space

Science

Animals including Humans

  • Name and label body parts and know the body part associated with each sense.
  • identify and name a variety of animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals
  • identify and name a variety of animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores
  • describe and compare a variety of common animals

Everyday materials

  • Identify and name a variety of everyday materials
  • Describe the physical properties of a variety of everyday materials
  • Compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of their physical properties.

 

Plants

  • Identify and name a variety of common wild and garden plants.
  • Identify and describe the basic structure of a variety of common flowering plants, including trees.

Seasonal Changes to be tracked across the whole year. Year 1 to track the changes in the weather and the seasons.

History

Black History Month – Mary Seacole

Leeds: Now and Then – History of Leeds

Lives of significant individuals – Henry Moore

Geography

Fieldwork to study local area, school and school grounds

Place knowledge: compare a small area of the UK and a non-European country.

Study aerial photos of local area and create maps

Design & Technology

Design and make healthy soup using locally grown ingredients

Design and make a structure of a familiar building from Leeds City Centre

Design and make a moving picture

Art

Self portraits

Winter calendars

Colour, mood and feelings

Observational drawings

Sewing

Sculpture

P.E.

We will be working on the fundamental skills needed for being physically fit and healthy. These skills are agility, balance and co-ordination. The children will be learning these skills through a variety of games, activities and peer coaching.

 

Personal skills

  • Co-ordination
  • Balance
  • Spatial Awareness

Social skills

  • Dynamic Balance
  • Agility
  • Static Balance

Cognitive skills

  • Dynamic Balance
  • Static Balance

Creative skills

  • Co-ordination
  • Counter balance

Applying physical skills

  • Co-ordination
  • Agility

Health and Fitness

  • Agility
  • Static Balance

R.E.

Harvest

  • Christian festival
  • Where food comes from
  • Charity

British Values

  • We learn about a range of cultures, traditions and values

Morals

  • Why are stories important?

 

Belonging

  • What does it mean to belong to a church or a mosque?

Caring for other people

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Special Occasions

  • Different ways in which a range of cultures celebrate

Computing

We are treasure hunters

  • Using programmable toys.

Basic computing skills

  • Turning a laptop on and off
  • Typing
  • DB Primary
  • Internet Safety

We are collectors

  • Finding images using the web

We are chefs

  • Taking photos to create an electronic recipe

We are painters

  • Illustrating an electronic book

We are celebrating

Create a celebration card using Paint and Word

Restorative

Practice

We create and nurture our class community each day through morning circles, class discussions and team work.