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Curriculum

The power point gives an overview of the curriculum for this year.

 

Curriculum in detail

 

Literacy

Reading

Writing

Grammar

Speaking and listening

Phase 4/5 phonics (match graphemes for all phonemes)

 

Accurately blend sounds

 

Read very common suffixes (e.g. y, s, es, ies, ed)

 

Read contractions (it’s) and understand purpose

 

Read phonics book aloud

 

Link reading to own experience

 

Join in with predictable phrases (Once upon a time… fee fi fo fum)

 

Discuss significance of title and events

 

Make simple predictions

Name letters of the alphabet

 

Spell very common exception words (we call these “tricky words”)

 

Spell days of the week

 

Use very common prefixes and suffixes (un, ed, ing)

 

Form lower case, capitals and digits correctly

 

Compose sentences orally before writing

 

Read own writing to peers and teachers

 

Leave spaces between words

 

Begin to use basic punctuation: . ? !

 

Use capital letters for proper nouns (Goldilocks, Fareham)

 

Use common pl and verb suffixes

 

 

Listen and respond appropriately

 

Ask relevant questions

 

Maintain attention and participate

 

 

Numeracy

Number/ calculation

Geometry/ Measure

Fractions

Read and write numbers to 20

 

Know number bonds to 20

 

Identify 1 more and 1 less

 

Count in 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s

 

Count to/ across 100

 

Use language of more than and most

Use +, -, = signs

 

Add and subtract one digit and two digit numbers to 20 including 0

 

Solve one-step problems, including simple arrays

Use common vocabulary for comparison e.g. heavier, taller, longest, full

 

Begin to measure length, capacity, weight

 

Recognise coins and notes

 

Use time and ordering vocabulary

 

Tell time to hour/ half hour

 

Use language of days, weeks, months and years

 

Recognise and name common 2D and 3D shapes

 

Order and arrange objects

 

Describe position and movement, including half and quarter turns

Recognise and use ½ and ¼

 

Science

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Identify basic plants

 

Identify basic plant parts (roots, flowers, leaves etc)

 

Identify and compare common animals

 

Identify and name basic body parts

Distinguish between objects and material

 

Identify and name common materials

 

Describe simple properties of some materials

 

Compare and classify materials

Observe weather associated with changes of season

 

 

RE- God Matters Syllabus

Creation

Prayer, Saints and Feasts

Advent

Christmas

Revelation

The Sacraments

Lent

Holy Week

Easter

Pentecost

 

Geography

Name and locate four countries in United Kingdom and their capital cities using atlases and globes

 

Identify seasonal/ daily weather patterns in the UK and the location of hot and cold areas of the world

 

Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to local and familiar features

 

Use four compass directions and simple vocabulary

History (Key Stage 1)

Changes in living memory

 

Lives of significant historical figures, including comparison or those from different periods

 

Significant local people

 

Significant events, such as Bonfire Night

 

 

Computing (Key Stage 1)

Understand use of algorithms

 

Write and test simple programs

 

Use logical reasoning to make predictions

 

Organise, store, retrieve and manipulate data

 

Communicate online safely and respectfully

 

Recognise uses of IT outside of school

 

Design & Technology (Key Stage 1)

Design purposeful and appealing products

 

Generate, model and communicate ideas

 

Use range of tools and materials to complete practical tasks

 

Evaluate existing products and own ideas

 

Build and improve structure and mechanisms

 

Understand where food comes from


 

Art (Key Stage 1)

Use a range of materials

 

Use drawing, painting and sculpture

 

Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space

 

Learn about a range of craftsmen, artists and designers

 

PE (KS1)

Master basic movement (running, jumping, throwing, catching, balance agility and coordination)

 

Participate in team games

 

Perform dances using simple movement

 

Music (KS1)

Sing songs

 

Play tuned and untuned instruments

 

Listen to and understand live and recorded music

 

Make and combine sounds musically

 

 

 

A complete record of the Year 1 curriculum is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-primary-curriculum, although please be aware that some of the subjects have end of key stage objectives rather than a yearly breakdown in the national curriculum.

 

If you have any queries about the curriculum or your child's learning please do approach a member of the Year 1 team during Welcome Time.

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