Year 1B

Year 1 Curriculum overview

2018-2019

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Support Staff: Ms Henry, Ms Rojas, Ms Williamson

 


 2018-2019

Autumn 1

  • Maths – Numbers to 10, Number Bonds, Addition and Subtraction within 10
  • English – The Gingerbread Man
  • Science - Plants
  • History – Florence Nightingale
  • RE – Gods Great Plan
  • Art – Andy Goldsworthy
  • Computing – Information Technology

 

Autumn 2

  • Maths – Shapes and Patterns, Ordinal Numbers, Numbers to 20, Addition and Subtraction within 20
  • English – The Three Little Pigs
  • Science – Seasonal Changes
  • Geography – Sunhats or Umbrellas
  • RE – Mary, Mother of God
  • DT – clay modelling
  • Computing - Information Technology

 

Spring 1

  • Maths – Length, Mass, Picture Graphs
  • English – Jim and the Beanstalk
  • Science – Everyday Materials
  • History – Changes within living memory
  • RE – Families and Celebrations
  • Art – Colour Creations
  • Computing – Computer Science

 

Spring 2

  • Maths – Length, Mass, Picture Graphs
  • English – Jim and the Beanstalk
  • Science – Everyday Materials
  • History – Changes within living memory
  • RE – Families and Celebrations
  • Art – Colour Creations
  • Computing – Computer Science

 

Summer 1

  • Maths – Division, Time, Numbers to 100, Money
  • English – Pig the Pug
  • Science – Animals including humans
  • History – The Great Fire of London
  • RE - Resurrection
  • DT - Collage
  • Computing – Digital Literacy

 

 

Summer 2

  • Maths – Money, recap and revision.
  • English – Cave Baby
  • Science – Seasonal Changes
  • Geography – Polar Bears and Penguins
  • RE - Miracles
  • Art – Paper Art
  • Computing – Digital Literacy

 

 

Year 1 Grammar and Punctuation Programme.

 

Autumn 1.

 

Week Number.

Lesson Topic.

Learning Objective.

1.

Rainbow Capitals.

To develop the children’s ability to recognise and write capital letters.

2.

Sentence Sticking.

To develop the children’s understanding of sentences.

3.

Sentences.

To further develop the children’s understanding of sentences.

4.

Capital Letters.

To develop the children’s ability to recognise capital and lower case forms of each letter.

5.

Proper Nouns.

To develop the children’s understanding that there are different types of words, and that each type has a special name..

6.

Common Nouns.

To develop the children’s understanding of common nouns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn 2.

 

Week Number.

Lesson Topic.

Learning Objective.

1.

Alphabetical Order.

To develop the children’s knowledge of the alphabet.

2.

‘A’ or ‘An’.

To develop the children’s knowledge of when to use ‘an’ instead of ‘a’.

3.

Plurals.

To develop the children’s understanding of singular and plural.

4.

Pronouns.

To develop the children’s knowledge of personal pronouns.

5.

Initial Blends.

To develop the children’s awareness of initial consonant blends for reading and writing.

6.

Initial Blends.

To further develop the children’s awareness of initial consonant blends for reading and writing.

7.

Alphabetical Order.

To develop the children’s knowledge of the alphabet, and their ability to use word books and dictionaries.

8.

Verbs.

To develop the children’s knowledge of verbs.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 1.

 

Week Number.

Lesson Topic.

Learning Objective.

1.

Conjugating Verbs.

To further develop the children’s knowledge of verbs.

2.

Past Tense.

To develop the children’s knowledge of the past tense and to explain the simple form of the past tense of a regular verb is formed by adding ‘ed’.

3.

Doubling rule.

To develop the children’s ability to recognise the short vowel in words, so that they learn when to apply the doubling rule before adding ‘ed’.

4.

The Future.

To develop the children’s understanding that verbs can describe the past, the present and the future.

5.

Alphabetical Order.

To further develop the children’s knowledge of the alphabet and their ability to use word books and dictionaries.

6.

Nouns.

To develop the children’s understanding of nouns and to recognise nouns in sentences.

 

 

 

 

Spring 2.

 

Week Number.

Lesson Topic.

Learning Objective.

1.

Adjectives.

To develop the children’s understanding of adjectives. They are words which describe nouns.

2.

Adjectives.

To develop the children’s ability to identify nouns and adjectives in sentences.

3.

Final Blends.

To develop the children’s ability to recognise final blends.

4.

Compound Words.

To develop the children’s ability to recognise compound words.

5.

Alphabetical Order.

To develop the children’s ability to put words in alphabetical order.

6.

Finding Verbs.

To develop the children’s ability to identify verbs in sentences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 1.

 

Week Number.

Lesson Topic.

Learning Objective.

1.

Adverbs.

To develop the children’s understanding of adverbs. They are words which describe verbs.

2.

Adverbs.

To further develop the children’s understanding of adverbs.

3.

‘-es’ plurals.

To further develop the children’s understanding of singular and plural and in which cases we add ‘-es’ to make plural.

4.

Antonyms.

To develop the children’s understanding of antonyms, which is another word for opposites.

5.

Alphabetical Order.

To further develop the children’s knowledge of the alphabet, and their ability to use word books and dictionaries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2.

 

Week Number.

Lesson Topic.

Learning Objective.

1.

Speech Marks.

To develop the children’s understanding of speech marks.

2.

Word Webs

To encourage the children to think about the words they choose to use in their writing.

3.

Questions.

To develop the children’s understanding of questions, and of when to use question marks.

4.

Questions.

To develop the children’s understanding and use of questions.

5.

Revision.

To revise the parts of speech learnt so far.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 1 Spelling Programme.

 

Autumn 1.

 

Week Number.

Spelling and Phoneme Sound.

1.

“sh”

2.

“ch”

3.

“th”

4.

“ng”

5.

“qu”

6.

“ar”

 

 

Autumn 2.

 

Week Number.

Spelling and Phoneme Sound.

1.

Short Vowels.

2.

“ff”.

3.

“ll”

4.

“ss” and “zz”.

5.

“ck”.

6.

“-y” for “ee”.

7.

Vowels.

8.

“a-e”

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 1.

 

Week Number

Spelling and Phoneme Sound.

1.

“i-e”.

2.

“o-e”.

3.

“u-e”.

4.

“wh” for /w/

5.                                                            6.

“ay”.                                                        “ea”.

 

 

 

Spring 2.

 

Week Number.

Spelling and Phoneme Sound.

1.

“igh”

2.

“y”

3.

“ow”

4.

“ew”

5.

“ou”

6.

“ow”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 1.

 

Week Number.

Spelling and Phoneme Sound.

1.

“oi”.

2.

“oy”.

3.

“or”

4.

“al”

5.

“nk”

 

 

Summer 2.

 

Week Number.

Spelling and Phoneme Sound.

1.

“er”

2.

“ir”

3.

“ur”

4.

“au”

5.

“aw”