Year 1

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Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Core text

  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  • A.A. Milne, Now We Are Six from When We Were Very Young (Poem)
  • The Frog Prince
  • ‘Snow’ Walter de la Mare (Poem)
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Peter Rabbit
  • Silver Walter De La Mare (Poem)
  • A Bear called Paddington

Science

 Chemistry

  • Introduction to materials

 Physics

  • Space, seasons and weather

Computing

  • Everyday instructions

Chemistry

  • Everyday materials

Biology

  • Living things around us

Physics

  • Energy for everyday uses

History

What is History?

  • Themselves
  • All about me
  • Timelines

Toys

  • Victorian toys, 1960s, 1980s and present day toys
  • Comparison

Castles.

  • Vocabulary
  • Purpose and materials
  • Life in a castle

Kings and Queens.

  • Queen Victoria
  • Henry VIII
  • William the Conqueror

Famous People

  • Neil Armstrong
  • Ameilia Earheart
  • Edith Cavell
  • Howard Carter

Local History

  • History of the estate
  • History of Norwich - medieval city walls
  • Norfolk fishing history

Geography

UK geography

  • Countries in the UK
  • London capital city
  • Where is Norwich

Continents and oceans

  • Names of oceans
  • Names of seas

Our school

  • Maps
  • Directions
  • Homes in the area

UK Geography

  • Cities

Animals/continents/habitats

  • Hot places
  • Cold places
  • Different

environments

Local geography

  • Coasts
  • Physical and man-made features

RE

Buddhism

  • The story of the Budha
  • Major festivals/holidays

Christianity

  • The story of the birth of Jesus
  • How/why we celebrate Christmas

Islam

  • The 5 pillars of Islam
  • Major festivals/holidays

Christianity

  • The Easter story
  • Understand how/why Jesus died and was resurrected

Hinduism

  • The story of Siddhartha Gutama
  • Major festivals/holidays

Sikhism/Judaism

  • Major festivals/holidays of both

 

Team

Relationships

Britain

Living in the Wider World

Be yourself

Relationships

It’s my body

Health and Wellbeing

Money Matters Living in the Wider World

Aiming High

Health and Wellbeing

Music

  • Call & response clapping patterns
  • Tapping/marching to a 4/4 & 2/4 pulse 4/4 & 2/4 pulse
  • Singing a variety of nursery rhymes and action songs
  • Call & response clapping patterns
  • Tapping/marching to a 4/4 & 2/4 pulse using untuned percussion
  • Singing a variety of nursery rhymes, counting and action songs
  • Ch to perform using vocab - slowly, quickly, loudly, quietly
  • Introduce minims and semibreves

Art & Design

Formal Elements: Colour

Primary Colours Secondary Colours Tertiary Colours

Subject Matter:

Nature

Artist Focus: Andy Warhol

Art History:

Pop Art

Materials: Pastel, Paint, Pen

Assessment

Primary Observational Drawing

Painting

Flat paint application, Marbling, Stippling

 

Subject Matter: Planets/ Oceans

 

Artist Focus: Ludek Pesek / Hokusai

Art History: Japanese Art

Materials: Poster Paint Acrylic Paint

Drawing

Mark making in drawings

Subject Matter: Landscapes

 

Artist Focus: Vincent Van Gogh

 

Art History:

Post Impressionist

 

Materials:

Chalk, Charcoal, pen, pencil, ink, carbon paper

 

Assessment

Primary Observational Drawing

Printing

Collagraph Printing

Subject Matter: Plants & Structure Hinduism (Rangoli Patterns)

Artist Focus: Suzie Mackenzie

 

Art History: Contemporary Printmaking

 

Materials: Collage, string, cardboard

Mixed Media Collage, print, painting, drawing, leaf rubbings

 

Subject Matter: Plants & Structures Artist Focus: Sharmon Davidson

Art History: Contemporary Mixed Media Artist Materials: stitch, foam board printing, paper, card, leaf prints

Assessment

Primary Observational Drawing

Sculpture

Abstract drawing of the human form.

Conversion to clay sculptures.

 

Subject Matter: Human Form

Artist Focus: Henry Moore

Art History: Avant Garde

 

Materials: Tracing paper, simplifying drawings, clay sculptures.

PE (PPA)

Rugby

Hockey

Circuit training

Basketball

Rounders

Athletics

PE

(Teacher)

Gymnastics

  • Simple gymnastics actions and shapes.

Dance

  • Actions in time to music; beat patterns and different speeds.
  • Perform a wide

Attack, Defend, Shoot

  • To practice basic movements including running, jumping, throwing

Hit, Catch, Run

  • Able to hit objects with hand or bat.
  • Track and retrieve a rolling ball.

Send & Return

  • Able to send an object with increased confidence using hand or bat.

Run, Jump, Throw

  • Pupils will begin to link running and jumping.
  • To learn and refine a range of

 

Begin to carry basic apparatus such as mats and benches.

  • To recognise like actions and link.

variety of dance actions.

  • Copy, repeat and perform simple movement patterns.

and catching

  • To begin to engage in competitive activities
  • To experience opportunities to improve agility, balance and coordination
  • Throw and catch a variety of balls and objects
  • Move towards a moving ball to return.
  • Sending and returning a variety of balls.

running which includes varying pathways and speeds.

  • Develop throwing techniques to send objects over long distances.