Year 1 curriculum


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New Curriculum Map 2017-18: Year 1

Subject Autumn
Term 1 - 1st half
Autumn
Term 1 - 2nd half
Spring
Term 2 - 1st half
Spring
Term 2 - 2nd half
Summer
Term 3 - 1st half
Summer
Term 3 - 2nd half
English(8 weeks)
• Class sea creatures (fiction and non-fiction)
• Sharing a Shell story
• London Aquarium recount
(7 weeks)
• Spider Sandwiches story- Instructions
• The Lonely Beast Story
• The Jolly Postman story
(5 weeks)
• The Great Explorer story
• Information texts- Arctic and Antarctic Animals
• Lost and Found story
(5 weeks)
• Fairy tale stories linked to castles and dragons.
• Information texts- Castles
(6 weeks)
• Fire Poems
• Stories from other cultures (linked to fire)- The Tiger Child How Rabbit Stole the Fire
• Information texts- The Great Fire of London
(7 weeks)
• Animal Reports
• Meerkat Mail story
• Animal Poems
MathsRefer to separate map
Science• Animals including humans (Ourselves)• Seasonal changes/Autumn and Winter
• Weather
• Polar Adventurer-Arctic and Antarctic
• Animals including humans
• Materials
• Seasonal Changes/Spring
• Plants• Seasonal changes/ Summer
• Animals including humans
Art & Design• Under the sea creature art• London landscape silhouette pictures• Henri Rousseau Artist- Jungle animals
• Animal Patterns
Computing
Computer Science- Digital Literacy & Using Information Technology
• Programming Roamers
• Features of a computer keyboard,
mouse and other digital devices
• Cross curricular computer skills
• E-safety
• Programming Turtles
• Features of a computer keyboard,
mouse and other digital devices
• Cross curricular computer skills
• E-safety
• Writing Code
• Features of a computer keyboard,
mouse and other digital devices
• Cross curricular computer skills
• E-safety
• Writing Code
• Features of a computer keyboard,
mouse and other digital devices
• Cross curricular computer skills
• E-safety
• Introducing Block Coding
• Features of a computer keyboard,
mouse and other digital devices
• Cross curricular compute
• Block Coding
• Features of a computer keyboard,
mouse and other digital devices
• Cross curricular computer skills
• E-safety
D&T• Clay thumb pot Diva (Diwali)
• Clay monsters
• Paper Mache Penguins• Cardboard Shields (Coat of Arms)
Geography• The United Kingdom
• Label a map of the United Kingdom
• Flags of the United Kingdom
• Arctic and Antarctic.
• Polar animals
• North & South poles.
• Ice melting
• Penguin life cycle.
• Urban and Rural
• Similarities and differences between Urban and Rural locations in the UK.
History• Famous People (Florence Nightingale and Edith Cavell)
• Compare aspects of life from different time periods.
• Similarities & differences.
• Castles
• Why were they built?
• Who lived in a castle?
• Labelling a castle.
• Great Fire of London
• Where and how did the fire start?
• Why did it spread?
• Samuel Pepys
Music• Ourselves – Exploring sounds (English)
• Our school – Exploring sounds (Geography)
• Number beats (Maths)
• Weather – exploring sounds (Geography)
• Seasons Pitch (Science)
• Animal pitch (PE)
• Storytime exploring sounds (English)
• Pattern beat (Maths)
• Our Bodies Beat (Science)
• Water pitch (Art)
• Travel
• Performance
• (PE)
• Machines Beat (PSHE)
PE• Gymnastics• Dance• Floor Gymnastics• Games- Ball Skills• Outdoor games• Outdoor games
PSHE
(Jigsaw Scheme)
• Being in My World
• Class Charters
• Wants and Needs
• Celebrating Difference (including anti-bullying)
• Road Safety
• Dreams and Goals
• NSPCC PANTS
• Healthy Me• Relationships• Changing Me
RE• What makes faith buildings special?• What is Diwali and how is it celebrated?
• What is Christmas and how is it celebrated
• Is it important to have a day that is different to others? (Judaism and Christianity)• How do we respond when we hear certain sounds? (Islam)• What can Christians learn from the teachings of Jesus? (Christianity)• • How do holy books teach religious people about being close to God?
• The Parable of the unforgiving servant (Christianity and Zorostrianism)