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Glen Hills Primary School
Overview of Year 1 2016/2017

Dear Parents,
This is the Year 1 Plan 2016/2017. It provides an overview of topics and information we will be planning to cover throughout each term and therefore provides you with the opportunity to work on some topics with your child that they will be looking at.
This plan is however only skeletal and not necessarily every aspect will be covered but it does provide a guide for parents and pupils. As the teaching staff use this plan as an overall long-term guide, there will be some references (eg references to ‘AT1’, ‘Unit 2’ or ‘Block C’ for example) which will not be relevant for parents. We are currently working on updating our website with a list of web-links that you and your child may find useful and this should be ready soon.
Many thanks for your continued support,

T J Sutcliffe

Executive Head Teacher


Autumn Term- Literacy

Texts used:

1st half term- Stories with familiar settings, and instructions.

2nd half term–

Non-fiction- labels, lists and captions, recounts and dictionary work. Poetry.Spelling, punctuation and grammar – Write sentences to communicate meaning using capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

Use capital letters for names of people and I.

Participate in role play, improvisations and performances of class texts.

Learn and apply phonemes to both reading and writing according to ability.


Spoken language-

Speak fluently and audibly.

Retell stories using story language.

Listen to and follow instructions

Ask and answer questions, make relevant contributions, offer suggestions and take turns.

Writing-

Write chronological and non-chronological texts using simple structures.

Use key features of narrative in their own writing.

Discuss what they have written with teachers and peers.

Develop a comfortable and efficient pencil grip and write most letters correctly formed and orientated.

Create short simple texts on paper that combine words, images and sounds. Independently choose what to write about, plan and follow it through.




Spring Term- Literacy

Texts used:

1st half term- Traditional and fairy tales. Poetry with pattern and rhyme

2nd half term- Poetry with pattern and rhyme. Stories from a range of cultures/stories with predictable and patterned language. Non fiction.

Spelling, punctuation and grammar –

Begin to use ? and !

Use capital letters for names of people, I, places and days of the week.

Write correct spelling for common vowel phonemes including long vowel phonemes.

Spell words containing all of the 40 phonemes already taught and common exception words.

Name letters of the alphabet in order.

Use joining words and clauses using ‘and’

Spoken language-

Tell stories and describe incidents from their own experience in an audible voice.

Retell stories, ordering events using story language

Listen with sustained concentration,

Listen to and follow instructions accurately.

Writing- (continue term 1 objectives)

Group sentences together in chunks of meaning or subject.

Re-read what they have written to check that it makes sense.

Write chronological and non-chronological texts using simple structures.

Use key features of narrative within writing.

Convey information and ideas in simple non-narrative forms.



Summer term- Literacy

Texts used:

1st half term- Fantasy stories, Poetry

2nd half term- Non fiction, information texts

Spelling, punctuation and grammar-

Use the spelling rule for adding ing, ed, er, est when no change is needed to the root word.

Use the prefix un

Begin to spell correctly the days of the week.



Spoken language-

Listen to and watch stories/ information and express views about how they have been presented.

Act out their own and well known stories, using voices for characters.

Maintain attention and participate actively in collaborative conversations.

Explain their views to others in a small group, a decide how to report a groups views to the class.

Articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions.

Give structured descriptions, explanations and narratives for different purposes, including for expressing feelings.

Writing- (continue term 1 and 2 objectives)

Sequence sentences to form short narratives.

Convey information and ideas in simple non-narrative forms.

Use the spelling rule for adding ing, ed, er, est when no change is needed to the root word.

Use the prefix un








Reading-

Read aloud accurately consistent with phonic knowledge.

Read 2/3/4 syllable words according to ability

Read and appreciate new words from shared reading/ topics/ personal reading.

Use shape and context to self correct when reading for accuracy and meaning.

Indentify the main events and characters in stories, and find specific information in simple texts.

Make predictions showing an understanding of ideas, events and characters.

Recognise the main elements that shape different texts.

Select books for personal reading anf give reasons for choices.

Visualise and comment on events, characters and ideas, making imaginative links to own experiences.

Distinguish fiction and non fiction texts and the different purposes for reading them.

Make inferences on the the basis of what is being said and done.

Read for pleasure.

ICT


Word processing,-name, labels, captions. Textease.Infant Tool Kit. Audio books, Listening Station. ORT CD Rom. WWW. Phonicsplay.co.uk

Autumn term- Maths

Solving puzzles and problems practically


Count to and across 50, forwards and backwards

Write numbers 1-20

Order numbers up to 50 and say one more and one less

Add by counting on

Understand subtraction as 'take away' and finding the 'difference'

Use vocabulary related to addition and subtraction

Use symbols to record addition and subtraction number sentences

Solve one-step problems that involve addition and subtraction


Know number bonds to 10, doubles of 5 and halves of even numbers to 10

Name common 2D and 3D shapes

Begin to record and solve practical problems for length/ height/ capacity/ time.

Sequence events

Know and order the days of the week and months of the year.

Know the different coin values and solve problems including paying and giving change

Begin to use X and ÷ when solving teacher led practical problems

Know left and right

Count in multiples of 2

Find ½ and ¼ of a shape


ICT


Bee-bots. Infant Tool Kit My maths

Maths Games Websites- Primary games



www.primarygames.co.uk. www.topmarks.co.uk. www.iwb.co.uk www.coxhoe.durham.sch.uk

Reading- (continue term 1 objectives)

Distinguish fiction and non fiction texts and the different purposes for reading them.

Listen to and discuss a wide range of stories, poems and nonfiction at a level beyond that which they can read independently.

Becoming very familiar with key stories, fairy stories and traditional tales retelling them and considering their particular characteristics.

Recognise and join in with predictable phrase, learning to appreciate rhymes and poems, and to recite some by heart.

Recognise all common diagraphs and trigraphs including more complex long vowel phonemes.

Explain the effect of patterns of language and repeated words and phrases.

Learn to appreciate rhymes and poems, and to recite some by heart.

Read for pleasure

ICT


Word processing,-capitals, sentences. Infant Tool Kit. Textease. Infant Tool Kit Audio books

and Listening Station. Websites.

WWW. Phonicsplay.co.uk
Spring term- Maths

Continue Autumn term objects plus…

Count to and across 100, forwards and backwards

Read, write and order numbers to 100

Solve missing number problems

Read, write and interpret + and – statements

Understand the place value of 2 digit numbers

Know number bonds to 10 including subtraction facts

Understand the vocabulary associated with problem solving

Use diagrams to sort objects

Measure and begin to record measures

sequence events

read and draw the time to the hour and half hour

Describe position and direction by understanding and using terms ‘whole’ and ‘half turns’

Know doubles to double 10

Know corresponding halves

Recognise patterns of numbers in X10


    Recognise, find and name a half as one of two equal parts of an object, shape or quantity

Recognise, find and name a quarter as one of four equal parts of an object, shape.

ICT


BBC-Maths websites..Teddy’s Picnic. My maths Bee-bots www.primarygames.co.uk. www.topmarks.co.uk. www.iwb.co.uk

Infant Toolkit www.coxhoe.durham.sch.uk



Reading- (continue term 1 objectives)

Listen to and discuss a wide range of stories, poems and nonfiction at a level beyond that which they can read independently.

Discuss word meanings

Read words with contractions, and understand that the apostrophe represents the omitted letter.

Read for pleasure.

ICT


Word processing,-capitals, sentences. Infant Tool Kit. Textease. Infant Tool Kit Audio books

and Listening Station. Websites.

WWW. Phonicsplay.co.uk
Summer term- Maths

Continue Autumn and spring term objects plus…

Count in multiples of twos, fives and tens

Write numbers to 20 in numerals and words

Use the language of: equal to, more than, less than, fewer, most, .least

use number bonds and related subtraction facts to 20


Group objects into 2, 5 or 10 to aid counting

Know some number bonds beyond 10

Recognise and name common 2D shapes in different sizes and orientations

Recognise and name cylinders and pyramids

Recognise terms mass/weight and volume/capacity

Measure and begin to record length, weight and capacity using standard measures



    Measure and begin to record time (hours, minutes, seconds)

    Know the names of the seasons



Describe position and direction by understanding and using terms ‘whole’, ‘half’ and ‘quarter turn’

recognise odd and even numbers



ICT


BBC-Maths website. My maths. Infant Toolkit. www.primarygames.co.uk. Bee-bots www.coxhoe.durham.sch.uk www.topmarks.co.uk. www.iwb.co.uk

Autumn term- Science

SCIENCE

Myself

Body parts labelling.

Skeletons

Keeping fit and healthy

LIFE caravan (Healthy lifestyle).

Early scientific investigation skills



Autumn

Autumn walk

Signs of Autumn

Changes in leaves


Trees

Life cycle of a tree

Deciduous/ Evergreen


Senses

Senses linked to body parts


ICT www.topmarks.co.uk


Dress the Teddy. InContext CD Rom. www.coxhoe-durham.co.uk

www.educationcity.com



Spring term- Science

Winter

Winter walk

Signs of Winter

Winter art work



Pets (links to phse RSPCA, Badgers)

Skeletal structure of dog/ lizard,

Compare to human.

Spring

Spring walk

Signs of spring

Common plants



Investigation skills

Cress experiment- predict and record

Parts of plant and labels.

Bulb planting.

Record changes in growth



Weather

Record changes in weather

Keep a weather chart

ICT www.topmarks.co.uk


Websites Infant Tool kit InContext CD Rom.

Coxhoe –durham website.www.educationcity

.com


Summer term- Science

Summer

Summer walk

Signs of Summer

Compare the four seasons

Sun safety

Mini-beasts

Garden mini-beasts

Pond Mini-beasts

Simple food chains



Trees

Names of common trees

Matching tree, seed, leaf

Dangers of sunshine



Seashore

Sea creatures

Skeleton of a fish- compare to

Human, dog, ,lizard




ICT www.topmarks.co.uk


Infant Toolkit. InContext CD Rom. Dynamo Science website. Coxhoe-Durham website.Educationcity.com

Autumn term- ICT

Promote confidence in using the computer.

Develop mouse control.

Learn about print facility.

Become familiar with keyboard and function keys.

Use a word bank

Develop an awareness of ICT in the environment.

Be able to independently operate a CD player

e-safety

Use of apps and software to support learning

in all curriculum areas.


Spring term- ICT

Log on/off independently.

Be able use an increasingly wide range of functions and software with confidence. Word processing package ’Textease’

Improve keyboard skills, also mouse control.

Use a range of software.

Write an email

Use a digital camera and represent information in different ways

e-safety


Beebots- programming

Use of apps and software to support learning

in all curriculum areas.


Summer term- ICT

Be able to use an increasingly wide range of functions and software with confidence.

Improve keyboard skills, also mouse control.

Learn correct position of fingers on the keyboard.

Increase range of keys used.

Be able to edit text.

Use the internet and e-safety

Sort information

Create electronic books

Create pictograms from information collected

Beebots- programming

Use of apps and software to support learning

in all curriculum areas.


Autumn term- ART

Encourage pride in work detailed pictures, need for modification- 2D/3D work.

Foster awareness of colour pattern, texture, line-painting.

Careful colouring using simple codes (digits, keywords, phonics, shape, colours, names, nature.

Colour, colour mixing and techniques.

Much of the work will be topic related using a variety of materials.

Diwali: Collage

Patterns : Mosaics and tessellations

Fabrics and textiles

Posters- Road safety

Christmas

Blow painting Winter trees


ICT- Infant Tool Kit-2Paint 2Publish


Spring term- Art

Encourage pride in work detailed pictures, need for modification- 2D/3D work.

Foster awareness of colour pattern, texture, line-painting.

Careful colouring using simple codes (digits, keywords, phonics, shape, colours, names, nature.

Colour, colour mixing and techniques.

Much of the work will be topic related using a variety of materials.

Road safety poster

Printing


Symmetrical paintings

Chinese New Year

Mothering Sunday

Easter/Spring

Dinosaur art

ICT- Infant Tool Kit-2Paint 2Publish


Summer term – Art

Encourage pride in work detailed pictures, need for modification- 2D/3D work.

Foster awareness of colour pattern, texture, line-painting.

Careful colouring using simple codes (digits, keywords, phonics, shape, colours, names, nature.

Colour, colour mixing and techniques.

Much of the work will be topic related using a variety of materials.

Posters- Summer safety

Puppets/Theatre

Paper modelling

3D/2D models

Draw sea creatures and shells

History- draw household items/transport



ICT- Infant Tool Kit-2Paint 2Publish

Autumn term DT

Increase proficiency with scissors/other tools. Learn to modify/improve design ideas. (ongoing)

Making of fruit drink.

Pottery pencil holder.

Sewing – binka book mark.

Free weaving calendars.

Diwali and Christmas craft.

Design and make instruments.

ICT Infant Tool Kit. Various websites

Spring term- DT

3D dino models


Dino puppets with lever jaws


Design and make clock.

Cookery-biscuits.

Chinese New Year- Chinese dragon

Mothering Sunday. Sewing – binka book mark.

Easter craft

ICT Infant Tool Kit. Various websites


Summer term-DT

Finger puppets.

3D stable structure of a mini beast

Moving airport picture

Topic-related junk modelling

Seaside craft



ICT Infant Tool Kit. Various websites

Autumn term- History

HISTORY


Sequence stories (3 or 4 events) to develop sense of chronology.

Specific words and phases relating to the passing of time

Myself- changes, way of life.

My family- photographs ,family timeline.

Guy Fawkes- bonfire safety(verbally)

Poppy Day- remembrance. Why? 2 min silence.


ICT My World Teddy.


Infant Tool Kit

Artefacts and labels.

Dynamo History.

Bee bots


Spring term- History


ICT Barnaby Bear website. Bee-bots


My World Geography

Infant Tool Kit – 2Count.


Summer term- History

Details of past events (old, new, before, after, long ago, days of the week, months, years)

Then and Now (100 years ago)

Home, transport, holidays, school..

Past, present, future (personal timeline).

Museum set up –artefacts, non-fiction books, posters, etc. to develop interest in the past, sense of chronology, historical enquiry.

Empathy – Victorian school trip to Beaumanor Hall.

Past holidays and events.Where?

‘Magic Grandad’ TV prog’-At the Seaside.

Past, present, future


ICT Barnaby bear website

My World Explorer(DK)


Bee bots


Autumn term Geography

Glen Parva- our local area

Early map skills

My house


Street scenes

Badgers and their changing habitiat



Spring term- Geography

Types of weather

Feed the birds- poster, bird feed

Weather maps




Summer term- Geography

Comparison of UK/ Wales and Egypt-

Barnaby Bear visits each


Autumn term- Music

Listen to and respond to music

Play music from symbols

Sing a variety of songs

Recognise changes in pitch

Contribute to the creation of musical stories

and poems

Demonstrate and awareness of audience,

venue and occasion

ICT Explore computer generated sounds.


Spring term- Music

Discuss the character and mood of music

Play music from symbols reading from left to

right


Sing with increasing control

Improvise 2/3 note melodies

Demonstrate and awareness of audience,

venue and occasion



ICT Use IT to record sounds around and

reproduce these sounds with instruments.


Summer term- Music

Respond expressively to music

Develop a sense of pulse in time to music

Create and perform musical ostinatos

Sing rhythmically

Compose and perform music from symbols

Explore, select and structure sounds in

musical trails

Demonstrate and awareness of audience, venue and occasion




Autumn term- PE

Weekly games lesson outdoors with specialist games company

Small and large apparatus skills

Traditional games skills within small game situations

Music and movement

Outdoor climbing equipment



Spring term- PE

Weekly games lesson outdoors with specialist games company

Gymnastic skills

Music and movement

Outdoor climbing equipment.



Summer term- PE

Weekly games lesson outdoors with specialist games company

Games skills and athletics

Balancing equipment

Sports Day


Autumn term- RE

Daily Assemblies.

What’s important to me


Old Testament Stories

Creation


Adam and Eve

Noah and the Ark

Baby Moses

Harvest Festival.

Diwali.

Christmas Stories/Traditions.


ICT - TOPMARKS website


Infant Tool Kit-2Paint 2Publish for making

cards for major festivals. Audio CDs.



Spring term- RE

New Testament Stories/Muslim/Hindu/Buddism

Zaccheus

Christian church

Chinese New Year.

Mothering Sunday.

Easter Story/Traditions.

Special Books


ICT / RE- TOPMARKS website


Infant Tool Kit-2Paint 2Publish for making cards for major festivals. Audio cassettes.

Summer term-RE

Aesop’s Fables/Moral Tales

The boy who cried wolf

Greedy Fox

Tortoise and hare

Town/country mouse

Farmer and his sons

Man, sons and the ass

Places of worship-‘Whats in a church?’ ‘Fathers Day’

World appreciation- ‘What’s important to me’.

Jonah

ICT / RE- TOPMARKS website


Infant Tool Kit-2Paint 2Publish for making cards for major festivals. Audio cassettes.

Autumn term- PSHE

Starting schools.

Making new friends.

Rules –playground/classroom.

Say “No!” to strangers.

Target setting.

SEAL materials- New Beginnings, Getting on and falling out, Anti bullying


Spring term- PSHE

Manners linked to drama.

Feelings.

Charity Day/Sponsored Events.

SEAL materials- Going for goals, Good to me.


Summer term- PSHE

Playground/lunchtime behaviour.

Feelings/ achievements.

School Sponsored Event.

Time to evaluate.

Time for reflection.

Self reports.

Say No! to strangers.



SEAL materials- Relationships, Changes.






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