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Year 1 - Spring

Mathematics

 

 

 

Number & Place Value- Identify one more and one less. Odd and even numbers. Shape patterns. Solving one step problems involving addition and subtraction (including money).

Addition & Subtraction – Recall addition facts to 10 and 20.  To add and subtract 1 digit and 2 digit numbers to 20. Adding and subtracting zero.

Geometry - To recognise and name common 3D shapes in different orientations and sizes.  To differentiate between 2D and 3D shapes.

Multiplication- Counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s and making connections between arrays and number patterns.

Measurement - Time: To read and understand times to the hour and half past the hour.  Identify and name the days of the week, months of year and year numbers. Mass: Weigh objects and compare weights using uniform non-standard units.

Fractions - To recognise, find and name a half as one or two equal parts of an object, shape or quantity. To understand that two equal halves make a whole.

Literacy

Comprehension - Discussing the significance of the title and events.  Making inferences on the basis of what is being said and done.

Fiction - Traditional Tales – The Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks and The Three Bears and The Little Red Hen.

Poetry- Poems on a theme (Spring) Learning, reciting and writing poetry.

Non- Fiction- Dictionary work (Alphabetical order)

Recount- News.

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar. Focus on capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks.

Phonics: Letters and Sounds and Jolly Phonics.  Phase 2 – Phase 5.

Handwriting (starting to join letters, such as digraphs and trigraphs)

Science

Sorting and Using Materials.   Sorting and Identifying materials including metal, plastic wood and rock, brick, glass and water.  Is all paper the same? Why are different papers used for different jobs?  Fabric. Stretchy and Flexible materials. Waterproof materials. Ice.

Seasonal changes. Observe changes across the four seasons.  Observe and describe weather associated with the seasons and how day length varies.

Spanish

Colours and the Spanish alphabet. Reading a traditional story in Spanish to help learn how to say where you are from and where you live. 

 

Humanities

 

Geography: Study of a non-European country: To be able to use world maps, atlases and globes to name, locate and identify the chosen area (Australia) in relation to the United Kingdom and the rest of the world e.g. continents and oceans. Comparing Australia to the United Kingdom, including climate and weather, physical features and landscapes and animals.

History: The lives of significant individuals in the past- Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole.

Computing

 

Espresso Coding - To understand that when a computer does something it is following instructions called code.

“We are Treasure Hunters” - To produce sequence of instructions that will move a programmable toy along a given route.

Internet Safety.

Art/DT

Art: Designing and making an Easter Card (using the work of artist Paul Klee as an inspiration). Drawing a sculpture using a graphite pencil.

Design and Technology: Designing and making a house for The Three Little Pigs (Link with Literacy and Science topics)

Music

SongSack project with Enfield Music Service. Performance at the end of term.

P.E. & Games

PE: Dance - Perform basic body actions, Perform a sequence with clear beginning, middle and end. Describe how their lungs and heart and work when dancing.

Games: Creating games

Religious

Education

Families and Celebrations – What we like to do with our family, The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple, how we show our love for Jesus to others, Jesus being lost and found in the Temple, Church, Baptism.

Following  Jesus – How Jesus chose some of his Disciples, how he taught the Disciples to pray, The Good Samaritan, Palm Sunday, Good Friday.

PSHE Living in the Wider World: Learning how they can contribute to the life of the classroom, understanding the needs of others, the groups and communities we belong to, what improves and harms our local environment and the purpose of money and the role money plays in our lives.

St. George’s Catholic Primary School
Gordon Road, Enfield EN2 0QA

Tel: 0208 363 3729
Fax: 0208 367 2275