Curriculum KS1 2018-19

KS1

 

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
TOPIC Life at Chaucer Nocturnal Animals Materials and textiles Dragons and St George Growing things Seaside holidays
SCIENCE Notice and animals including humans have offspring. Find and describe basic needs of animals

Ask simple questions & answer questions

Identify & classify

Use observations & ideas to answer questions.

Identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.

Make observations

Observe closely using simple equipment

Gather & record data

Everyday materials

Distinguish between object and the material. Identify and name a variety of every day material including wood, plastic, glass, metal, water and rock. Describe simple and physical properties of every day materials . Compare and group a variety of every day materials of their physical properties.

Make observations

Observe closely using simple equipment

Perform simple tests

Describe and compare the structure and variety of animals, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Ask simple questions & answer questions

Identify & classify

Use observations & ideas to answer questions

Identify and describe basic structure of common flouring plants including trees.

Observe and describe how seeds and bulbs grow into plants.

Find out and describe how plants need water, light and temperature to grow and stay healthy.

Make observations

Observe closely using simple equipment

Perform simple tests

Gather & record data

Identify and name a variety of plants 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.

Identify and name different sources of food.

Ask simple questions & answer questions

Identify & classify

Use observations & ideas to answer questions.

HISTORY History of Fleetwood

(Peter Hesketh)

Fit people and events into chronological order

Use every day historical vocabulary

    Significant People-St George

Fit people into chronological order

Choose from stories to show understanding

Ask & answer questions

Choose from stories to show understanding

Use every day historical vocabulary

  Comparing past and present seaside holidays

Identify similarities & differences between periods

Understand some ways we find out about the past

Ask & answer questions

GEOG   Identify hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the equator and north and south poles.

Use atlases, globes & maps

Use simple compass directions

Construct basic symbols in a key

Recycling

 

  Local study human and physical geography

Simple fieldwork & observational skills Use atlases, globes & maps

Use simple compass directions

Construct basic symbols in a key

 
ICT DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(working with the world wide web)

DIGITAL DESIGN & CREATION

(working with video animation)

(working with sound)

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(working with technology safely and respectfully)

HANDLING DATA

(working with data)

DIGITAL DESIGN & CREATION

(working with digital images)

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(technology beyond school)

PROGRAMMING

(working to create and debug programs)

PRESENTING INFORMATION

(working with digital presentations)

MFL            
DT Make representations of the school using construction materials

Select from a range of tools & equipment for practical tasks.

Build structures; explore how they can be made stronger, stiffer & stable.

Make using a wide range of materials i.e Christmas cards

Select from a range of tools & equipment for practical tasks.

Using a range of materials and tools

Design and make using textiles purposeful appealing products.

Select from a range of tools & equipment for practical tasks.

  Where food comes from

Use basic principles of a healthy & varies diet

Understand where food comes from

Design and make a camper van/caravan using mechanisms

Select from a range of tools & equipment for practical tasks.

Build structures; explore how they can be made stronger, stiffer & stable.

ART Investigate printing using building materials.

Techniques of printing and making patterns

Investigate printmaking to communicate ideas

Christmas Crafts—work of famous crafters

Say what they think about their own & other peoples work.

Comment on similarities & differences between their own & other peoples work.

Look at different ways of colouring fabrics.

Investigate collage & textile materials.

Develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour and space

Sculpture using clay and modelling skills

Explore ideas about self-portraits.

Techniques of painting—Van Gogh Sunflowers

Say what they think about their own & other peoples work.

Comment on similarities & differences between their own & other peoples work.

Sketching and drawing the local environment

Develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour and space

PE Gymnastics

Y2 Core Task 1

Can perform the basic gymnastic actions with coordination, control and variety.

Can create, repeat and perform a short sequence of 4 unlike actions in which there is a clear beginning, middle and end.

Can describe how they feel after exercise.

 

Dance

Lancashire Giants

Can explore ideas, moods and feelings through action words.

Can experiment with actions, dynamics, directions and levels.

Can respond to stimuli and musical accompaniment with some support.

Can make a simple dance phrase using action words and can explore dynamic and expressive qualities.

Can explain why they need to warm up and cool down for dance.

Dance

Shoreline

Can explore ideas, moods and feelings through action words.

Can experiment with actions, dynamics, directions and levels.

Can respond to stimuli and musical accompaniment with some support.

Can make a simple dance phrase using action words and can explore dynamic and expressive qualities.

Can explain why they need to warm up and cool down for dance.

 

Gym

Y2 Core Task 2

Can perform the basic gymnastic actions with coordination, control and variety.

Can adapt the sequence of 4 unlike actions to include apparatus or partner.

Can describe how they feel after exercise.

Games 

Y2 Core Task 1

Can perform basic techniques of catching and throwing with some level of co-ordination and consistency.

Can use a variety of simple tactics.

Understand and describe changes to their heart rate when playing different games.

Games 

Y2 Core Task 2

Can strike a ball off a tee and with a drop feed sometimes.

Stands sideways, and uses short backlift.

Can use simple tactics.

Can explain where the best place to strike the ball is to score a point.

Understand and describe changes to their heart rate when playing different games.

 

Athletics 

Try and estimate time whilst running/walking.

Attempt to run/walk at a steady sustainable pace.

Run over low obstacles in different directions and pathways.

Run over low obstacles trying different legs going over first.

Explore jumping for height using different take offs and landings from a static position.

Explore different body shapes in the air.

One handed rolling a ball.

One handed fling throws for distance and accuracy.

Introduction to the principles of throwing.

OAA

To recognise know objects as symbols and to observe and move around an area using a simple plan.

Games 

Y2 Core Task 3

Can strike a ball off with a tee and with a drop feed sometimes.

Stand sideways, and uses short backlift.

Can throw and catch a ball to each other.

Can use simple tactics.

Can explain where the best place to strike the ball is so they can run as far round as possible.

Understand and describe changes to their heart rate when playing different games.

 

 

PSHE            
MUSIC Be taught nursery rhymes, chants and simple songs and develop expression

Sing songs and speak chants and rhymes

Play tunes

Use their voice expressively Be taught nursery rhymes, chants and simple songs and develop expression

Sing songs and speak chants and rhymes

Play tunes

 

Listen to music with attention

Be taught nursery rhymes, chants and simple songs and develop expression

 

Listen to a range of high quality live and recorded music

Listen with concentration

Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using music

Experiment with instruments and their voice to make sounds

Play tunes and untuned instruments musically

Know how to hold and play pitched and un pitched musical instruments

Be taught nursery rhymes, chants and simple songs and develop expression

Know how to hold and play pitched and un pitched musical instruments