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Class 1 Curriculum Overview

Parental Information

 

Reading is at the heart of our curriculum. We will use key texts to support teaching of all areas of learning. Please find below a list of key texts we will be using in the Autumn term. These texts serve as a starting point for some of our learning but we take a flexible approach to planning and follow the children's interests, although we will endeavor to link a key text to this interest whenever possible.

 

Autumn key texts:

 

Starting School (Janet & Allan Ahlberg)

The Big Book of Feelings

Wash Your Hands! (Tony Ross)

Brown Bear, Brown Bear (Eric Carle)

The Squirrels Who Squabbled (Rachel Bright)

Rosie Walk (Pat Hutchins)

Diwali - Festivals Around The World (The Secret Book Company)

The Very Helpful Hedgehog (Rosie Wellesley)

World Nursery Rhyme Week

The Nativity Story

 

Curriculum Overview 2018-19 for the Early Years Foundation Stage

 

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

English

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Poetry

Grammar

Traditional tales

Labels/lists/signs

Shape poems

Basic sentence structure

Noun and verbs

 

 

Stories with a repeating pattern/familiar setting

Instructions

List poems

Nouns and verbs

Question/exclamation marks

Conjunctions

Fantasy stories

Letter writing

Theme using adjectives

Conjunctions

Prefixes and suffixes

Apostrophes

Maths

Number and Place Value

 

Addition and subtraction

Multiplication and division.

Time

Shape

Position and Direction

Science

Plants

 

Animals

Everyday Materials

Computing

Programming/technology

Laptops

Sounds and stories

Art

Drawing: sketching plants.

Textiles: tying, wrapping and weaving materials.

Painting and printing: mixing colours.

Collage: habitats/landscapes.

3D sculptures: using natural and manmade materials.

Digital: seaside pictures.

DT

Vehicles: make moving vehicles.

Food: create a healthy meal.

 

Material: select and use a range of tools and materials.

Geography

Askwith: map drawing and fieldwork, looking at changes in the weather.

 

Great Fire of London: locate countries in the UK and their capital cities.

Seaside: describe human and geographical features of a place.

History

Askwith: differences between now and the past.

Great Fire of London: talk about an event from the past.

Seaside: Use time related phrases.

Music

Singing: How can you sing songs expressively, keeping in time with the music?

Singing and Instruments: exploring melody, pitch and changes of sounds.

Composing: Demonstrate an awareness of the link between shapes, pitch and movement.

PE

Gym

Dance

Athletics

RE

Religious stories and festivals

Inspirational people/religious symbols

Belonging/Places of worship

PSHE and citizenship

My Relationships

My Healthy Lifestyle

NSPCC assembly

Fire Safety

Keeping Myself Safe (including Internet Safety)

My Healthy Lifestyle

My Future

Moving On

Philosophy

Reflectiveness: How will being in Reception help me in Year 1?

Reciprocity: Why is it important to be a good listener?

Resilience and resourcefulness: Why is it important to learn from mistakes? How can I be a more independent learner?

     
       
       
       
       
       
       
 

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