Year 1 - Spring 2
Spellings & Homework
Walk to School
Learning Values: Respect & Responsibility, Life Long Learning and Engagement. Behaviours for Learning: Problem Solving
S.M.S.C: I understand that actions have consequences.
Speaking and Listening
- Develop ability to discuss views and opinions with peers.
- To share ideas and work collaboratively across the curriculum.
- Drama – freeze frames
Developing a love of reading, fluency and comprehension through daily RWI phonics sessions, sharing whole class texts, weekly comprehension lessons, group guided reading and individual reading.
- Practising using these sounds to read ‘alien words’
- Set 2 Read Write Inc. Sounds:
- a, ee, igh, ow, oo, oo, ar, or, air, ir, ou, oy
- Set 3 Read Write Inc. Sounds:
- a-e, ea, i-e,. o-e, u-e, aw, are, ur, er, ow, ai, oa, ew, ire, ear, ure.
- Re-reading parts of the text for fluency
- Stop and check for understanding
- Who did you just read about?
- What just happened?
Look at the whole word before you read/ Can you see any ‘special friends’
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
- To re-read writing to check that it makes sense, and starting to correct mistakes.
- To write sentences that make sense and are linked together.
- To begin to write stories showing a beginning, middle and end.
- Learning how to use punctuation correctly, including capital letters and full stops & question/exclamation marks.
- To begin to use a joined scribe when writing.
- To use ‘and’ & ‘because’ to link words and clauses.
- To show adjectives in writing.
- What words can we use to make stories more interesting?
BIG WRITE TOPICS
– Retelling of Hansel and Gretel
– Retelling of The Enormous Turnip
Number: Multiplication and Division
- I can solve multiplication using an array.
- I can solve division problems using the sharing method.
- I can solve worded problems relating to multiplication and division
Continuing: Shape and Space
- I can understand and use words relating to direction and movement: left, right, up, down.
- I can understand and use a range of words relating to position: top, middle, bottom, above, below, between.
- I can describe movement, and recognise and make whole and half turns.
- I can recognise and understand the value of 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p coins.
- I can recognise and understand the value of £1 coins ad £5 notes.
- I can solve problems involving money.
- How many ways can you make 10p, 20p, 15p?
- Can you describe how to get to treasure on a map?
- How do you know if you have half?
- Can you half the amount shown?
Plants & Seasonal Changes:
- Making predictions and observing sunrise and sunset. Identify and name a variety of common wild and garden plants, including edible plants. Naming parts of a range of plants.
- Explore and compare the differences between things that are living, dead, and things that have never been alive.
- Use observations to suggest answers to questions. Gather and record data, and recognise findings. Conduct simple tests.
- What does a plant need to grow?
We are treasure hunters
- Position and direction, programming toys to travel using basic coding skills.
- Links to maths – positional language.
- How do you know your directions are correct?
- Fit for Sport – Strategy and team games
- Landing appropriately when jumping off apparatus
- Walking and Jogging the Daily Mile
- How can I work with my friends to play games?
Learning from stories:
- Using language clearly and accurately
- Reasoning and explaining
- Hypothesising, testing, and correcting ideas
- Making connections
- Using evidence and criteria
- What morals can we learn from stories?
Talking about Music:
- What is Pulse?
- Can I play ‘in time’ with others.
- Which instruments make long/short sounds?
- Can I move ‘in time’?
Daring to be different:
- Identity and self esteem.
- Difference and diversity.
- Peer influence and assertiveness.
- Why is it important to be unique?
People and Places in our own Locality:
- Looking at maps of our area and how buildings and homes have changed in appearance.
- Creating our own maps.
- What did Pitshanger look like 100 years ago?
Design a bag
- Tell a friend about ideas, draw them on a plan and use an ICT paint program.
- Glue textiles together
- Decorate textiles using buttons, beads and sequins.
- Create a repeating pattern design.
- How do we join fabric together?
- I can identify members of my family.
- We will also be looking at the names of the days of the week and months of the year this term.
No Geography Subjects this term.
No Art Subjects this term.