Year 1 2022-2023
A warm welcome to the year one page!
Our teaching team consists of Mr Anderson and Mrs Knight in 1A and Mrs Barnard, Miss Parnell and Mrs Harper in 1B.
Below you will find an overview of our planned learning each term along with links to termly home learning.
Year 1 will be having PE on a Monday and a Friday. Please can children come to school wearing their PE kits on these days.
We also have termly visits to Green Zone. Have a look at the Green Keepers blogs to see whet we get up to.
Year R at Green Zone
Joys of Julia
Maths: Place value within 10, Addition and subtraction within 10
Literacy: `Simple sentence structure, descriptive writing, reading skills, speaking and listening skills, rhyming and simple poetry
Topic - Geography: Why do people come to Deal?
Locating where children live and knowing their address, exploring around the school- human and physical features(during local walk). Can they guide the everywhere bear to their house? What makes them come to Deal?
Science: Seasonal changes (Autumn) ,Working scientifically
Computing: Unit A: Being Safe online.
RE: Does God want Christians to look after the world?
Music: Charanga: Introducing a beat, Glockenspiels
Sports: Indoor PE: Infant Agility ,Outdoor PE: Tennis (coaches)
Art: Art- painting primary colours (1 Lesson)
DT: DT – fabric project
PSHE: Jigsaw – Unit 1: Being Me in My World
Local walk around the school environment
Once upon a time…
Maths: Addition and subtraction within 10, Shape, Consolidation
Literacy: Simple sentence structure, traditional tales from different viewpoints, reading skills, sequencing stories, comprehension and understanding, speaking and listening skills, story writing
Topic – Geography- What is in the UK?
Science: Everyday materials
Computing: Unit B: Computing skills
RE: What gifts might Christians have given Jesus if he had been born here?
Music: Charanga: adding rhythm and pitch, Glockenspiels
Sports: Outdoor PE: football, Indoor PE: Tri Golf
Art: painting – colour mixing, thick and thin, contrast.
PSHE: Jigsaw – Unit 2: Celebrating differences
Wonderful, Weird, Wilderness!
Maths: Place value within 20, Addition and subtraction within 20
Literacy: Non-fiction writing, poetry, descriptive writing, recounts, conjunctions introduce and but
Topic – Geog: How are climates different around the world? Focus on rainforest
Science: Seasonal changes (Winter), Animals (including humans) , Plants
Computing: Unit C: Painting
RE: Was it always easy for Jesus to show friendship?
Music: Charanga: Introducing tempo and dynamics, Glockenspiels
Sports: Indoor PE: Gymnastics, Outdoor PE: Multi Skills
Art: collage – rainforest
PSHE: Jigsaw- Unit 3: Dreams and Goals
Animal visit: Creepy Claws
Sandwich Bird Visit
Maths: Place value within 50, Length and height, Mass and volume.
Literacy: Story writing, letter writing, diary entries, past tense writing, descriptive writing, conjunctions (including because), using commas in a list
Topic: History - What effect did Smugglers have locally? Why did smuggling begin? Smuggling: Why Deal? What effect did Goodwin Sands have on smuggling? What effect did smuggling have on justice?
Geography- Why do people come to Deal? What features does Deal have?(Recap during local learning walk)
Science: Seasonal changes (Spring), Working scientifically (consolidation)
Computing: Unit D: Computer Science – Programming Toys
RE: Why was Jesus welcomed like a king or celebrity on Palm Sunday?
Music: Charanga: Combining pulse, rhythm and pitch, Glockenspiels
Sports: Indoor PE: Infant Agility, Outdoor PE: Tag Rugby
Art: 3D skills (clay pirate faces) (making skill)
DT: wood project
PSHE: Jigsaw - Unit 4: Healthy Me
The History Project walk
Maths: Multiplication and division, Fractions, Position and direction
Literacy: Non-fiction writing (fact files, diary entries, instructional writing), descriptive writing, writing in the past tense (including using the suffix –ed)
Topic - History: Did the Great Fire of London only have a negative impact? What was London like in 1666? What were the key events of the Great Fire of London? (chronology) How do we know so much about the Great Fire of London? (Famous People/sources) Why did the fire spread so quickly? (buildings/materials) What damage did the fire cause? What changed after the fire? (comparison)
Computing: Unit E: Information Technology – Word Processing Skills
RE: Is Shabbat important to Jewish children?
Music: Charanga: having fun with improvisation, Glockenspiels
Sports: Indoor PE: Dance, Outdoor PE: Rounders
Art: Drawing skill
DT: food project
PSHE: Unit 5: Relationships
Maths: Place value within 100, Money, Time, Consolidation
Literacy: Non-fiction writing, spelling skills (prefix un-, suffixes –ing, -ed, -er and –est), commas in a list, conjunctions, story writing
Topic – History - How have toys changed over time? What types of toys are there? What toys did my parents and grandparents play with? How do we know about toys from the past? Can we put toys in chronological order? Why have toys changed?
History – Why do we remember Mary Anning?
(Covered through the life in bone workshops)
Science: Seasonal changes (Summer), Animals (including humans) (consolidation), Plants (consolidation)
Computing: Unit F: Computer Science – Espresso Coding Level 1
RE: Are Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur important to Jewish children?
Music: Charanga: Explore sound and create a story, Glockenspiels
Sports: Indoor PE: Indoor review, Outdoor PE: Outdoor review/Sports day practice
Art: Artists - articulation
PSHE: Unit 6: Changing me (including SRE)
Life in Bone?