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					Literacy
We will be following the National Primary Strategy for Literacy                    Topic Web Foxes Year 1 Key Stage 1 Summer                                                                                  Numeracy
and include daily lessons of Letters and Sounds. Big writing
sessions will reflect the work covered in Literacy and across
                                                                                               Let’s go exploring.                                                                                            We will follow the National Primary Strategy for Numeracy and
                                                                                                                                                                                                              include Empty Number Line activities.
the curriculum. Units covered will be Non Fiction unit 4                                                                                                                                                      Number, calculation,shape and measures will be taught through
information texts, Non Fiction unit 5 recounts [facts and                                                                                                                                                     various activities including games and problem solving.
fiction], Narrative unit 4 stories from a fantasy world and
Poetry unit 3 poems on a theme                                                                                                                                                                                Week 1 Derive and recall all pairs of numbers with a total of 10 and
                                                                               Science
Activities will include                                                                                                                                                                                       addition facts for totals to at least 5 ; work out corresponding
                                                                               We will be learning about what is needed to make plants grow the similarities and differences between plants and
             Writing facts about growing plants                                                                                                                                                              subtraction facts-Adding problems using plants and seeds
                                                                               carry out investigative work on how to grow healthy plants.
             Writing facts about how our school has changed                                                                                                                                                  Week 2 Use vocab related to addition and subtraction and symbols
                                                                               Activities will include
             Writing information about the local area                                                                                                                                                        to describe and record addition and subtraction number sentences-
                                                                                            Growing a variety of vegetables
             Make an information book about South Africa                                                                                                                                                     Subtraction problems using plants
                                                                                            Labelling the parts of a plant
             Writing a recount about visiting the city                                                                                                                                                       Week 3 Visualise and name common 2D shapes and describe their
                                                                                            Finding out which plants grow in different environments
             Speaking and listening activities including what will                                                                                                                                           features use diagrams to sort objects into groups -What 2D shapes
                                                                               We will also look at the topic of light and dark where we will investigate different light sources, find out about
              Norwich be like in the future?                                                                                                                                                                  can we see in buildings?
                                                                               seeing in the dark and the danger of looking at the sun.
             Writing own story about an animal’s Sports Day                                                                                                                                                  Week 4 Visualise and name common 3D shapes and describe their
             Speaking and listening and role play activities involving                                                                                                                                       features use diagrams to sort objects into groups-What 3D shapes
              shopping                                                                                                                                                                                        can we see in buildings?
             Writing an imaginary story about a river boat trip                                                                                                                                              Week 5 Answer a question by recording information in lists and
             Reading poems about the seaside                                  History                                                        ICT                                                             tables present outcomes using block graphs and pictograms-Create a
                                                                               Our History work will concentrate how the present              In ICT we will use the laptops to explore real and              block graph of the animals we saw on Safari.
             Writing own poems about the seaside
       .                                                                       is different from the past. We will use a variety of           imaginary places gaining an understanding of how real           Week 6 Estimate measure and compare objects using suitable
                                                                               sources of information to find out about the past              and simulates places differ. We will create our own             standard units and measuring instruments length-Measuring the
                                                                               and compare it to today developing a timeline to               imaginary world using simple graphics programmes.               candles for the Hanukkah
                                                                               show changes in the way we live.                               We will also find out that information can be found in          Week 7 Estimate measure and compare objects using suitable
Music                                                                          Activities will include                                        a variety of forms and that ICT can be used to                  standard units and measuring instruments capacity-How much liquid
During Music the children will learn to discriminate between long                           Creating a timeline of changes in the            communicate and store this information                          does the wine cup hold for the Seder meals how much do the 4 wine
and short sounds and will create sequences of sounds using their                             local area                                       Activities will include                                         cups hold?
voice and instruments.                                                                      Finding out how Hellesdon, Norwich and                        Creating imaginary places using a                 Week 8 Understand subtraction as take away and find the
Activities will include                                                                      Norfolk have changed                                           graphics programme                                difference by counting up use practical and informal methods to
             Going on sound walks                                                          Identifying old and new buildings                             Taking photographs using the digital              support the subtraction of a one digit number from a 1 digit and 2
             Listen to a variety of songs related to our topic                             Finding out how the seaside has                                camera                                            digit number and a multiple of 10 from a 2 digit number-Problem
             Creating long and short sounds with their voices                               changed                                                       Writing sentences using textease                  solving subtraction activities involving Norwich city footballers
             Investigating which instruments make long and short                                                                                          Using the internet to find information            Week 9 Identify objects that turn about a point or about a line
              sounds                                                                                                                                       Playing mathematical games on the                 recognise and make whole half and quarter turns-Making half and
             Making long and short sounds using percussion                    Geography                                                                    computer                                          quarter turns during Sports Day activities P.E lessons
              instruments                                                       We will focus our work on the local area and discover                                                                         Week 10 Solve problems involving counting adding subtracting in the
             Listening to music to identify long and short sounds             what the main features of the area are, how the land is
                                                                                                                                                                                                              context of money-Pretend to shop giving correct amount and giving
             Following a steady pulse                                         used and how people affect the local environment.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              change
             Composing a piece of music about the sea.                        Activities will include                                           R.E.                                                         Week 11 Count on or back in ones, twos, fives and tens and use
                                                                                            How is the land used in the local area              We will be visiting a local church and finding out           knowledge to derive the multiples of 2, 5, and 10.-Counting Norfolk
                                                                                            Where is Norfolk, Norwich, Hellesdon?               why churches are special places of worship and               wherries in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.
P.E.                                                                                        What are the buildings used for in the              what artefacts can be found in a church.                     Week 12 Use vocab of halves and quarters in context-Problem
In the first half term we will be focussing on gymnastics. We                                city and at the coast?                              We will also look at the Jewish faith and                    solving using people on the beach if half left how many would there
will be looking at how we can move our bodies in different                                  What are the main features of the land in           discover what a synagogue is like, what happens              be?
ways, and creating short repeating patterns both on the floor                                Norfolk>                                            in the synagogue and the key stories associated              Week 13 Recall the doubles of all numbers to at least 10-Visiting
and on apparatus.                                                                           How can you travel around Norfolk                   with the faith for example Moses                             the seals doubling seal numbers
                                                                                            What is it like in South Africa
In the second half term we will be focussing on games. We will
learn a variety of ball skills including throwing and catching.
We will play simples games with a partner and as part of a                Citizenship                                                    D&T
small team.                                                               Our work this term will focus on living in a diverse           We will be planning designing and making a healthy salad using the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Art
                                                                          world. We will learn about communities and places in           vegetables grown in our garden vegetable plot activities will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     This term our art work will focus on sculpture. We will
                                                                          particular those that we encounter in Norfolk and              include
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     find out what sculpture is and how it can be created.
                                                                          South Africa. This work will involve activities relating                   Growing various vegetables
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     We will learn about the work of Barbara Hepworth and
                                                                          to discovering how we are all different and how we are                     Tasting fruits and vegetables
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     make collages and sculptures using a variety of manmade
                                                                          the same and the importance of respecting each other.                      Designing a healthy salad                                      and natural materials. Activities will include
                                                                                                                                                     Making a healthy salad                                                     Observational drawing
                                                                          SEAL                                                                       The safe use of tools and equipment                                        Making a collage from natural materials
                                                                          We will begin with the topic of Relationships where we         Other activities linked to our topic will include                                       Clay sculpture
                                                                          will explore feelings in the context of family and                         Making eco flowers                                                         Drawing the skyline of Norwich
                                                                          friends.                                                                   Lego models of buildings                                                   Poster making
                                                                          This will lead on to the topic of Changes where we will                    Clay sculpture                                                             Paintings of a seascape
                                                                          try to understand our feelings towards different types                     Sand and stone sculptures                                                  Coin rubbing pictures
                                                                          of change and how we can deal with these feelings.                         Models of a Hanukkah and a Seder plate                                     Making a South African flag

				
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