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Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1 Curriculum Map

 

Rolling Plan             Year 1    2014 – 2015

 

 

Autumn Term

 

Spring Term

 

Summer Term

 

English

 

See Class planning

Fiction

Non-fiction

Maths - Number

Number and place value

Number and place value

Addition and subtraction

Number and place value

Fractions

Maths - Measurement

Lengths and heights

Sequencing events

Mass/weight

Money

Capacity and volume

Time

Maths - Geometry

2D shapes

Position and direction

3D shapes

Maths - Statistics

 

 

Construct and interpret a range of pictograms, charts and diagrams.

Science

 

Colours, lights and sounds around us.

 

Seasonal changes.

 

Everyday materials

 

 

Seasonal changes.

 

Our senses & looking after ourselves

Healthy Snacks

Seasonal changes.

 

Computing: Digital literacy, IT & computer science to be taught  through a cross curricular approach or discreet lesson to develop scientific skills throughout the year with a specific focus each term to ensure coverage embedded across the curriculum.

Control Technology and Computer skills

 

 

E-safety

Music & audio devices

 

 

 

E-safety

Information around us Multi media/internet

 

 

E-safety

Design & Technology

Buildings & structures

Colourful cooking

 

Cooking and nutrition  – Breads and other doughs

Malleable materials

Designing &making -  Making musical instruments

Healthy snacks

History/Geography

Life in World War 2.

Geography - alternative locality UK

(Farnborough) and India (Munnar)

Link to Field work.

Significant People – King and Queens

Special Events

Notable/special events happening throughout the year

Art

Printing

Sculpture

Drawing and painting – Abstract Art

Music

Duration and Tempo

Pitch and Dynamics

Timbre and Texture

PE

Gymnastics

 

Dances

Generic games and athletics

RE

Harvest

Christmas

Easter

Families and New life

Hindu way of Life

Family, Eid

PSHE

PSHE is not taught as a discrete subject but is taught throughout the day focusing on the areas of Independence and Organisation, Interacting and Working with Others and Attention

 

Key Stage 1 Curriculum Map

Rolling Plan              Year 2    2015 – 2016

 

Autumn Term

 

Spring Term

 

Summer Term

 

English

 

See Class planning

Fiction

Non-fiction

Maths - Number

Number and place value

Number and place value

Addition and subtraction

Number and place value

Fractions

Maths - Measurement

Lengths and heights

Sequencing events

Mass/weight

Money

Capacity and volume

Time

Maths - Geometry

2D shapes

Position and direction

3D shapes

Maths - Statistics

 

 

Construct and interpret a range of pictograms, charts and diagrams.

Science

 

Pushes and Pulls –

Forces & motions

 

Seasonal changes.

 

Living Things and their Habitats

 

Seasonal changes.

 

Plants & our local environment

 

Seasonal changes.

 

Computing: Digital literacy, IT & computer science to be taught  through a cross curricular approach or discreet lesson to develop scientific skills throughout the year with a specific focus each term to ensure coverage embedded across the curriculum.

Digital photography - art

 

E-safety

Adventure games & simulations

 

E-safety

Technologies in the wider world

 

E-safety

Design & Technology

Construction and Mechanisms seasonal/celebration cookery

 

Cooking and nutrition -

Fruits, vegetables & healthy eating

Designing & making vehicles

Picnic Foods

 

History/Geography

Significant people who contributed to international achievements e.g Neil Armstrong, Florence Nightingale, Pocahontas.

Weather

Global environment

The United Kingdom – Barnaby Bear

Special Events

Notable/special events happening throughout the year

Art

British Artists

Textiles and Collage

Drawing and painting - Representation

Music

Duration/tempo

 

Pitch and Dynamics

Timbre and Texture . 

PE

Gymnastics

 

Dance

Generic games and athletics

RE

Harvest

Christian Festivals

Easter

Families and New life

Muslim faith

PSHE

PSHE is not taught as a discrete subject but is taught throughout the day focusing on the areas of Independence and Organisation, Interacting and Working with Others and Attention

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