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Year 1 Long Term Planning

 

  Autumn In the Woods
Toys of the past

Spring
Where will my magic wellies take me?
Space

Summer Flat Stanley
Jack and the Beanstalk

English In the Woods

  • Labels and captions
  • Traditional tales- Little Red Riding Hood
Where will my magic wellies take me?

  • Poetry- rhyming couplets, acrostic, shape
  • Instructions
  • T4W- Non-fiction- Grace Darling
  • T4W- The Little Mermaid
Flat Stanley

  • Letter
  • Recount- Flat Stanley’s adventure
  • Stories from around the world
  • T4W- Flat Stanley recount
Toys of the past

  • List
  • Fact sheet
  • T4W- Pinocchio
Space

  • Letters to Tim Peake- use of a question.
  • Non-chronological report (information text)- Neil Armstrong, Moon Landing, Tim Peake
  • Whatever Next? (Fiction)
Jack and the Beanstalk

  • Instructions- how to make fried boy on toast
  • Traditional tales- Jack/Jim and the beanstalk.
Mathematics
  • Place value- value of a number.
  • Adding and subtracting numbers to 20.
  • Properties of 2D and 3D shapes.
  • Doubling and halving numbers to 20.
  • Halving shapes.
  • Number bonds to 20.
  • Using a number line, 0-99 grid.
  • One more/less
  • Solving maths stories using hundred grids.
  • Counting in 2’s.
  • Adding and subtracting ½.
  • Reasoning.
  • Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.
  • Problem solving.
  • Multiplication and division.
  • Telling the time to o’clock and half past.
  • Measuring weight and length.
  • Money
  • Whole, half and quarter turns.
  • Adding and recognising ¼.
  • Reasoning.
  • Column addition and subtraction.
  • Capacity and volume.
  • Number problems- missing numbers.
  • Reasoning.
Science In the Woods

  • Animals including humans- labelling parts of the human body, exploring the five senses (performing simple tests).
  • Healthy eating- using observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions

(Egg in cola etc test)

Where will my magic wellies take me?

  • Scientific enquiry and investigation- problem solving (STEM investigations)- asking questions and recognising that they can be answered in different ways.
Flat Stanley

  • Animals and habitats- working scientifically- identifying and classifying. Carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. Structure of common

animals (pets…). Link to Flat Stanley- animals from around the world.

Toys of the past

  • Materials- types, sorting, properties, grouping and applying materials- twisting and bending.
Space

  • Light- sources, shadows (observing closely, using simple equipment).
  • Seasons- weather across seasons and changes.
Jack and the Beanstalk

  • Plants- identifying parts of a plant, types of plants and growing (gathering and recording data to help answer questions).
History
  • Changes within living memory- national life.
  • Changes through past-history of toys.
  • Events beyond living memory- Neil Armstrong- moon landing.
  • Lives of significant individuals- Local study- Grace Darling.
  • Local study- historical events, people and places.
Geography
  • Map work
  • Local area- school grounds
  • Countries and major cities
  • Map work – maps, atlases and compass
  • Vocabulary of physical features.
  • Physical and human geography.
  • Compare EU and non-EU country.
Art/DT
  • Diorama- using materials (junk modelling), joining and cutting techniques.
  • Field of white.
  • Design and make puppets/peg dolls.
  • Christmas crafts
  • Famous artists
  • Design, make and evaluate
  • Make pancakes.
  • Clay robots
  • Pastel space pictures.
  • Artist- Illustrators
  • Coastlines
  • Design, make and evaluate kite.
  • Andy Warhol- animal pop art.
  • Make Flat Stanley biscuits
Computing
  • ICT beyond school.
  • Espresso coding.
  • Algorithms and debugging- Barefoot
  • Word processing
  • Purple mash coding
  • Word processing.
  • Logical reasoning to predict behaviour of simple programmes.
  • Word processing.
PE
  • Basic skills- travelling, balancing, throwing and catching.
  • Gymnastics
  • Team sports
  • Dance
  • Team games
  • Team and ball games- rounders, football, endball.
Music
  • Voices to express- singing, chants and rhymes.
  • Play tuned and unturned instruments
  • Listen and concentrate during live music.
  • Select and combine sounds- dimension of music.
  • Voices to express- singing, chants and rhymes.
  • Play tuned and unturned instruments
  • Listen and concentrate during live music.
  • Select and combine sounds- dimension of music.
  • Voices to express- singing, chants and rhymes.
  • Play tuned and unturned instruments
  • Listen and concentrate during live music.
  • Select and combine sounds- dimension of music.
PHSE & SEAL-
Assembly topics
  • New beginnings
  • Getting on and falling out
  • Say no to bullying
  • Going for goals
  • Good to be me
  • Relationships
  • Changes
PSHE lessons
  • Discuss ways to stay healthy and identify healthy foods
  • Recognise similarities and differences between people.
  • Begin to understand the difference between right and wrong and discuss
(science books).
  • Understand personal hygiene and know how diseases spread
  • Understand the purpose of medicines.
  • Understand which people can help us stay safe.
  • Define bullying and understand that it is wrong.
rules within society.

  • Respond to simple questions.
  • Explain own views and listen to the views of others.
  • Understand the importance of money.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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