Curriculum

Year 1 2016-17 Curriculum Overview

English

 

 

Term 1

 

Families and Ourselves

 

Term 2

 

Toys

Term 3

 

Animals

Term 4

 

Traditional Tales

Term 5

 

Plants

Term 6

 

The Seaside

 

Funny Bones

 

Dogger

 

The Little Red Hen

 

All in One Piece

 

Toys in Space

 

Old Bear

 

Beegu

 

The Night Before Christmas

 

The Bog Baby

 

Oliver and Patch

 

Feeding Time at the Zoo

 

Click Clack Moo Cow that type

 

The Three Little Pigs

 

Red Riding Hood

 

Jack and the Beanstalk

 

 

 

The Tiny Seed

 

A Seed in Need

 

Oliver’s Vegetables

 

10 Things I can do to Help my World

 

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch

 

The Snail and the Whale

 

The Night Pirates

 

Maths

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Number: Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

 

Geometry: Shape

 

Number: Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

 

Time

 

Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

 

Measures: Length and Height

 

Number: Multiplication and Division

 

Number: Fractions

 

 

Number: Place Value

 

Number: Addition and Subtraction

 

 

Measurement: Money

 

Measurement: Weight and Volume

 

Topic: Science

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Human Body

 

·         To learn the names of the body parts.

 

·         To know what the 5 sense are used for.

 

 

 

Materials

 

·         To explore different materials of toys.

 

·         To record information with basic labels.

 

·         To be able to select appropriate materials.

 

 

Different types of animals

 

·         To identify a variety of animals.

 

·         To be able to identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, omnivores and herbivores.

 

·         To be able to describe and compare the structure of a variety of pets.

 

 

 

Plants

 

·         I can make a prediction and explain why.

 

·         I can plant and understand what a seed needs to survive.

 

 

Plants

 

·         To understand how a seed grows into a plant.

 

·         To understand what each part of a plant does to keep it alive.

 

·         To understand how a plant’s stem delivers water to the rest of the plant.

 

 

Floating and Sinking

 

Circuits

 

·         I can predict whether an object will sink or float.

 

·         I understand what is needed for a basic circuit to work.

 

 

 

Topic: RE

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Jewish – Families

 

·         I can explain why my family is important.

 

·         I am able to explain the similarities and differences between my family and a Jewish family.

 

·         I am able to explain the similarities and differences between my family and a Jewish family.

 

 

 

 

Christmas Story

 

·         I understand the importance of St Nicholas day.

 

·         I can retell the Christmas story.

 

 

 

The Creation

 

Noah’s Ark

 

·         I can explain how the world was created.

 

·         I can explain the story of Noah’s Arc through role play.

 

 

 

The Easter Story

 

·         I understand the Easter story.

 

·         I can talk about how the disciples felt.

 

·         I can understand what the Easter symbols are and why they are important.

 

 

 

Religious stories

 

·         Joseph and the Technicoloured Dream coat.

 

I can describe how Joseph felt in the story.

 

·         The Good Samaritan story.

 

I can explain how my actions may effect others.

 

 

Religious stories

 

 

·         Jonah and the Big fish.

 

I can reflect on how actions have consequences.

 

 

 

Topic: Geography

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Where we live

 

·         I can talk about where I live and why I like it.

 

·         I understand differences between places in England.

 

·         I understand that there are different types of houses.

 

 

Toys in different countries

 

·         I understand that different places in the world have different toys.

 

·         I can research my chosen country.

 

 

Rainforest

 

·         I can understand which animals live in certain parts of the rainforest.

 

·         I can name the main areas of the rainforest.

 

 

Cities/ places

 

·         I can explain what a capital city is.

 

 

 

 

 

Climate

 

·         I understand that plants grow in different climates.

 

·         I understand the difference between different climates.

 

 

Features of the seaside

 

·         To be able to explain prior knowledge.

 

·         I understand the difference between human and physical features.

 

 

Topic: History

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

The Royal

Family

 

·         I can find out facts about the queen.

 

·         I can research facts about the queen.

 

·         I can compare the queen from the past to the current queen.

 

 

Toys and Schools in the past

 

·         I can sort old and modern toys.

 

·         I understand that schools were different in the past.

 

 

 

Talk about changes over time

 

·         I can explain the changes in the rainforest over time.

 

·         I can explain why some animals are becoming extinct.

 

 

Fairy tales in the past

 

·         I can explain differences in fairy tales.

 

·         I can explain differences and similarities in fairy tales.

 

·         I can adapt a fairy tale story.

 

 

 

Important people in history

 

·         I can find out about Neil Armstrong.

 

·         I can write a fact file about Neil Armstrong.

 

 

 

 

Past and present seaside

 

Pirates

 

·         To understand features of the seaside in the past and present.

 

·         I can find out information about Pirates.

 

·         I can write a fact file about Pirates.

 

 

Topic: Art/DT

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Portraits and sculpting

 

·         Looking at Van Gogh’s work, I can paint a portrait of myself.

 

·         I can make a family member/friend out of clay.

 

·         I can use Papier Mache to create a skeleton.

 

 

Texiles

 

·         I can design my own teddy.

 

·         I can make my own teddy out of materials.

 

·         I can design my bear using a variety of different materials.

 

 

Using different materials

 

·         I can make an animal out of playdoh.

 

·         I can create a collage using different materials.

 

·         I can create a mini world from my understanding of creation.

 

 

Designing and constructing

 

·         I can design a house using suitable materials.

 

·         I can make a house using suitable materials.

 

 

Using different materials and techniques

 

·         I can create a leaf rubbing using crayon.

 

·         I can re-create Van Gogh’s sunflower picture using a variety of tools.

 

·         I can paint in the style of Van Gogh.

 

 

 

Designing, constructing, interpretations

 

·         I can use suitable materials to make my boat float.

 

·         I can make a lighthouse with a working bulb.

 

·         I can create my own interpretation of Kandinsky’s work.

 

 

Music

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Singing songs and learning chants. Thinking about the how we use our voices (loud, soft). Thinking about the shape of the melody (high, low, smooth, staccato).

 

Steady pulse to music. Count in time to a clap or jump in time to a clap etc. Keep a steady rhythm to a song. Change the tempo. Play beat master.

 

Pulse and patterns. Play beat master Keep to a steady pulse. Slower/faster. Copy the teachers pulse. Make your own patterns and perform to class.

 

Sing Christmas nativity songs

 

 

Remind children of patterns. Keep to a pattern and make up own.

 

Explore sounds with

un-tuned instruments. Can you follow a rhythm? Can you make a rhythm?

 

Make own pattern with the instruments. Working in teams. Perform.

 

Make a musical pattern with the instruments in the sound of a rainforest. Perform.

 

Explore with instruments. Think about different scenarios how could you make that noise? Walking, opening a door.

 

Think about the characters in Little Red Riding Hood. How could you convey these characters with instruments or rhythm, pitch etc.

 

Think about the beginning, middle and end of the story. What instruments could you use to tell the story?

 

 

Talk about different types of music. When do you hear this music? E.g. lullaby.

 

Remind the children of a clap rhythm. Show them a symbol to represent this rhythm. Can the children follow it?

 

Make the pattern more complex and 2 shapes then 3. Show the children and see if they can follow it.

 

Together as a class make up own rhythm pattern with shape symbols. Follow it as a class. Record it?

 

Remind the children of their shape symbols. In pairs can they make up their own pattern and draw it? WWW, EBI

 

Can they make their pattern more complex? Do they need to change/adapt it? Perform it.

 

Listen to sea music. Talk about the mood – peaceful (calm waves) or angry (crashing waves). Move hands then body to the music.

 

Using instruments and our body can we make different sea mood noises.

 

Think about the different animals in the sea. Listen to their noises. How can we replicate this?

 

Move like the animals to the music. How would your body represent this animal? Big/small etc.

 

Using instruments how can we portray these animals. Loud, quiet, quick, slow?

 

PE

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

·         FUNdamentals Multi Skills

 

1.To raise pulse level and understand how this affects the body

2. To be take part in consecutive activities that affect the body in different ways

3. To have a basic understanding of how different activities affect the body

 

 

·         Gym – Val Sabin

(Rocking and Rolling)

 

1. To spin, rock and turn with control on various parts of the body

2.To plan and link a series of movements together

3. To adapt work from the floor to apparatus

 

·         Target Games

 

1.To be able to throw a ball and catch it with one or two hands

2.To be able to throw accurately at a target

3. To be able to use different equipment to balance, hit and pass a ball

4. To be able to play a basic target game

 

 

 

 

·         Dance – Dinosaur Dance

 

1. To be able to copy moves and march in time to a beat

2. To be able to link given moves together to form a sequence

3. To be able to work in pairs or groups to add own moves to a dance

 

·         Gym – Val Sabin

(Flight, bouncing, jumping and landing)

 

1. To bounce, hop, spring and jump using a variety of take offs and landings

2. To observe, recognise and copy different body shapes

3. To put movements into a sequence and recognise the differences

 

·         Dance – Val Sabin

 

1. To be able to copy moves and march in time to a beat

2. To be able to link given moves together to form a sequence

3. To be able to work in pairs or groups to add own moves to a dance

 

·         Invasion Games

 

1.To introduce concept of attack and defence through a variety of games

2. To be able to pass, receive and pass on a ball both using hands and feet

3. To be able to play a small sided game

 

·         OOA – Orienteering

 

1. To experience orienteering activities

2. To be able to work as a team to complete tasks

3. To sustain concentration when listening

 

·         Mini Tennis

 

1.To be able to throw a ball and catch it

2.To be able to throw accurately at a target

3. To be able to use different equipment to balance, hit and pass a ball

4. Begin the basics of mini tennis

 

·         Eveque Athletics – Sports Day Events

 

1.To run at different speeds and directions ( shuttle run/high stepper)

2.To jump from one foot to two feet and two feet to two feet (long jump/speed bounce)

3. To demonstrate a range of different throws (chest push, javelin)

 

Special Events and Trips

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Tuesday 7th October: Harvest Festival Celebration at 9.00-9.30

 

Tuesday 11th October: Phonics afternoon at 2.30-3.10

 

Wednesday 19th October: Open Afternoon at 2.15-3.15

 

Friday 11th November: Victorian Day

 

Trip to the Marlowe to watch the pantomime.

 

Tuesday 8th November: Pie Corbett afternoon at 1.45-3.00

 

Friday 16th December: Open Afternoon at 2.15-3.15

 

 

 

Tuesday 17th January: Trip to Pets at Home

 

Trip to Port Lympe Zoo

 

Friday 12th February: Open Afternoon at 2.15-3.15

 

Friday 31st March: Open Afternoon at 2.15-3.15

 

 

Tuesday 16th May: Trip to Capel-Le-Ferne’s farmers market

 

Friday 26th May: Open Afternoon at 2.15-3.15

 

 

 

Thursday 29th June: Trip to the Seaside

 

Friday 7th July: Pirate Day and Open Afternoon at 2.15-3.15

 

ICT

 

Term 1

 

 

Term 2

 

 

Term 3

 

 

Term 4

 

 

Term 5

 

 

Term 6

 

 

 

Coding using the iPads

 

App use in plan and learn.

 

Coding using the iPads

 

App use in plan and learn.

 

Coding using the iPads

 

App use in plan and learn.

 

Coding using the iPads

 

App use in plan and learn.

 

Coding using the iPads

 

App use in plan and learn.

 

Coding using the iPads

 

App use in plan and learn.

 

E-Safety

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Introducing appropriate use of iPads

 

Introducing appropriate use of iPads

 

Introducing appropriate use of iPads

 

Introducing appropriate use of iPads

 

Introducing appropriate use of iPads

 

Introducing appropriate use of iPads

 

Topic: Citizenship

 

 

Term 1

 

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

 

Being a good friend, being a responsible member of the class, being kind, listening to others.

 

 

Being a good friend, being a responsible member of the class, being kind, listening to others.

 

 

Being a good friend, being a responsible member of the class, being kind, listening to others.

 

 

 

 

Being a good friend, being a responsible member of the class, being kind, listening to others.

 

 

Being a good friend, being a responsible member of the class, being kind, listening to others.

 

 

Being a good friend, being a responsible member of the class, being kind, listening to others.

 

 

 

Link to National Curriculum Mathematics Programme of Study:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-mathematics-programmes-of-study/national-curriculum-in-england-mathematics-programmes-of-study#key-stage-1---years-1-and-2

Link to National Curriculum English Programme of Study:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-english-programmes-of-study/national-curriculum-in-england-english-programmes-of-study