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Year 1 Transition Video 2020

Year 1 Transition Power Point September 2020

Year 1 Transition Activties

Year 1 Class Saints Activity

Year 1 Curriculum

 

Year 1

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

RE

Creation

 

Families & Celebrations

 

Advent

 

Christmas

Jesus, teacher and healer

 

Forgiveness

 

Lent

 

Holy Week

Easter

 

Pentecost

Sharing Jesus’ life

Following Jesus today

Book

Avocado Baby

Little R. R. Hood

Stickman

Elmer

Princess &  Frog

Night, Day Monkey

Lost & Found

Snow Queen

Snail & the Whale

Cops & Robbers

Gingerbread Man

Room on the Broom

The Tiger who came to Tea

Jungle Book

Monkey Puzzle

Where the Wild Things are

Owl & the Pussy

Charlie Cook

English genres

listen to, sequence, retell traditional tales

understand & write with  adjectives

non-fiction

read, retrieve, write

understand, read, follow & write instructions

to write about imaginary worlds

non-fiction,

diary entry

History

Geography

Seasons (geography): How does the weather affect our lives?

Local Area Study

 

Toys from the past

Polar regions

Significant person from the past (local) – Josiah Wedgewood

Seaside in the present

Seaside past

Art

D & T

Colours

Design a product which moves.

Design a model and make it stronger

Famous portraits

Design and make a picnic

Seaside artists

 

Science

Animals including humans (humans)

 

Seasonal Changes - Autumn

Plants

 

Seasonal Changes - Spring

Everyday Materials

 

Seasonal Changes - Summer

Computing

Word Processing Skills

Computer Skills

Painting

 

Programming Toys

Online Safety

 

Scratch Junior Programming

 

Using and Applying

 

Recap

‘Sticky Knowledge & skills’ ALL units

PHSE

Being me in my World

Celebrating Difference

 

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

PE

Multi-skills

Dance

 

Multi-skills

 

Gymnastics

Swimming

Games

Music

Exploring sounds around  us and using our voices developing into 3 pitch songs

(Harvest Songs)

Exploring timbres of instruments. Keeping the beat. Singing longer songs; rhymes and alliteration (Christmas Production)

Taking turns and sequencing sounds when playing instruments. Adding sound effects to a picture.

Explore pitch and tempo changes to express the meaning of a known nursery rhyme.

Introduction to basic rhythm and relative pitch notation.

Performance practice: posture, memory, vocal control

(Summer Concert)

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