Curriculum KS1 2017-18

 

KS1

Year A Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer term
Topic Native American Great Fire of London Pirates Pirates Healthy Living/ Sport
Science Plants

Talk about plants using the 5 senses.

Make simple observations & use scientific words to describe what they see.

Identify plants from different environments grouping them.

Record using labels, captions, pictures, charts & tables.

Everyday  Materials and their uses.

Talk about materials using the 5 senses.

Explain what objects are made from & why materials are used for a specific job. Distinguish between an object and its material. Name common materials & group by set criteria.

Seasonal Changes

Observe changes across the season.

Everyday  Materials and their uses

Describe simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials. Compare & group together variety of materials based on their properties. Explain how solid shapes can be changed. Explain how things move on different surfaces. Use simple equipment to measure. Record using labels, captions, pictures, charts & tables. Complete a simple test fairly.

Seasonal Changes

Observe changes across the season.

Seasonal Changes

Observe changes across the season.

Humans

Name parts of human body & link to senses.Draw & label parts of the body.

Describe life cycle of a human. Explain basic needs of humans for survival. Explain why exercise, a balanced diet & hygiene keep the body healthy.

History Use words & phrases eg a long time ago, old & new etc. recognise a story read is from a long time ago. Sequence events about the life of a famous person. Re-tell a story set in the past. Answer questions using artefacts or paintings. Recognise the reason why we celebrate special events eg Bonfire Night. Sequence a set of events in chronological order. Explain what is meant by Parliament. Explain how they have changed since they were born. Chronological order of recent historical objects. Use the words past 7 present accurately.
Geography Name and locate some continents and oceans.

They describe the key features of a place using words like, hill, mountain, valley, ocean.

Use atlases, globes and maps.

Label a diagram or photograph using some geographical words.

Describe a place outside Europe using geographical words.

Locate 4 countries of the UK and know their capitals.

Use a map of the UK to identify the UK.

Describe a place outside Europe using geographical words.

Name and locate the seven continents and five oceans.

Name and locate seven continents and 5 oceans.

Answer questions using books and atlases.

Use simple compass directions N,S,E,W.

Use atlases, globes and maps.

Begin to explain why they would wear different clothes at different times of the year. They can explain what they might wear if they lived in a very hot/cold place.
ICT DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(working with technology  safely & respectfully)

PRESENTING

INFORMATION

(working with text)

DIGITAL DESIGN & CREATION

(working with digital images)

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(working with the World Web)

DIGITAL DESIGN & CREATION

(working with animation)

HANDLING DATA

(working with data

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(technology beyond school)

PROGRAMMING

(working with algorithms)

(working to create & debug programs)

PRESENTING INFORMATION

(working with digital presentations)

Design and Technology Dream catchers. Tepees

Design and make using textiles purposeful appealing products.

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

Tudor houses

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

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

Pirate hat. Pirate ship (homework project)

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

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

Raft building

Design , make and evaluate a structure that will float

Make healthy foods

Cooking and nutrition

Use basic principles of a healthy & varies diet

Understand where food comes from

Make healthy foods

Cooking and nutrition

Principals of a healthy and varied diet

Understand where food comes from

Art Self-portrait. Headdresses. Totem poles. Peg Indian people.

Explore ideas about self-portraits.

Investigate collage & textile materials.

The work of Van Gogh—the skills of painting

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

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

Flags. Bunting. Treasure maps. Painting.

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

Mother’s Day & Easter cards

Investigate printmaking to communicate ideas

The work of Giuseppe Arcimboldo

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

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

PE Gymnastics

Y1 Core Task 1

Show basic control and coordination when performing basic gymnastic actions.

Repeat a simple movement phase / keep repeating it showing control / accuracy.

Make up and perform simple sequences of three of their best moves.

Can record their sequence using symbols they can understand and explain.

Say how the body feels.

Can lift and carry apparatus safely.

Dance

Bearobics

Can copy simple body actions demonstrated from the teacher and other pupils.

Can explore movements from action words.

Can perform their dance with some sense of rhythm.

Can choose movements to make into their own phrases with beginnings, middles and ends.

Can choose appropriate movements for different dance ideas.

Can remember and repeat short dance sequences with control.

Dance

Mr Men

Can copy simple body actions demonstrated from the teacher and other pupils.

Can explore movements from action words.

Can perform their dance with some sense of rhythm.

Can choose movements to make into their own phrases with beginnings, middles and ends.

Can choose appropriate movements for different dance ideas.

Can remember and repeat short dance sequences with control.

Gym

Y1 Core Task 2

Show basic control and coordination when performing basic gymnastic actions.

Can make up and perform simple sequences of 3 like actions and be able to repeat it accurately showing basic control.

Pick their 3 best moves to put in a sequence and record it using symbols they can understand and explain.

Say how the body feels.

Can lift and carry apparatus safely.

Games

Y1 Core Task 1

Can throw a bean bag underarm with some consistency into an opponents hoop.

Can throw with a level of accuracy into targets.

Can choose a tactic to outwit an opponent.

Can defend the hoop sometimes.

Can describe what it feels like when they breathe faster during exercise.

Games

Y1 Core Task 2 Kicking

Can kick a ball at a target with some consistency.

Has a level of accuracy in direction of the kick.

Can choose a tactic to outwit an opponent.

Can defend the goal sometimes.

Can describe what it feels like when they breathe faster during exercise.

Games

Y1 Core Task 2 Rolling

Can roll a ball underarm with some consistency.

Has a level of accuracy in direction of the roll.

Can choose a tactic to outwit an opponent.

Can defend the goal sometimes.

Can describe what it feels like when they breathe faster during exercise.

Athletics

Run/walk/sprint on the spot, forwards in a straight line, in a circle, in a zig-zag, in and out of cones.

Create different pathways.

Try different arm and leg actions.

Start from different positions.

Explore different take off and landings.

Link a short 2/3 step walk or run with a jump.

Land flat footed in a safe low body position with the feet under the hips to avoid slipping.

Push throws for distance and accuracy.

Two and one handed pull throws for distance and accuracy.

OAA

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

Games

Y1 Core Task 3

Can throw overarm with some consistency.

Can catch a bean bag or ball with some consistency.

Know which throw to use for distance.

Can explain with help why they need to throw into space.

Can describe what it feels like when they breathe faster during exercise.

PSHE Taking responsibility

I can make a difference. If not, then who?

Happiness Feelings. Emotions. What makes a person happy? What makes a person sad?

Helpfulness

Who is my neighbour? What makes a community? Being left out

Courage

Standing out in a crowd. Going the extra mile. Facing difficulties

Good choices

Who do I seek for guidance? What path am I taking? What helps me make the right choices?

Growing up

Lest we forget. Saying farewell. End of year – moving on.

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

RE Year 1 God/The Ultimate Special relationships Vunerability – Hinduism – Explore Hindu belief of one God. New Life Buddhists Beliefs